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Earthworm Jim never rawked this hard


1:00 PM on 03.10.2012



It's been a while since Kris Escobar last released a new Psycho Crusher track. Now he's back and badder than ever with a sick Earthworm Jim cover that will make children weep and panties drop.

"Groovy Junk" is, of course, based on the New Junk City theme from the original EJ. I would have been happy with a re-arrangement of the cartoon's theme song, but this should suffice, wouldn't you say? Rock on, you soil-dwelling invertebrate, you!

Psycho Crusher - Groovy Junk (Earthworm Jim - New Junk City) [YouTube]






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