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Gummibears Theme

Author: flag Nightbeat (Carl Larsson)

Song Length: 1:43
Release Year: 2001
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 128 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Remix

Last Queued : 6 days, 16 hours ago

This song has been played 106 times. [See Request History]
It was added 12 years, 3 months ago.

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Song Rating: 4.3 - Votes Placed: 108 View Voting History
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Oh no!

this brings back weird memories

Lurking since Second Reality ;)

oh the nostalgiaaaaaaaaaaa

I like scene music. How 'bout you?

Gummi Bears~! Bouncing here and there and everywhere! Even here, on Nectarine Radio! Ah, good times...

WTF is a nectarine ?!

I have no idea what you guys are talking about, probably some cartoon, but I saw gummi bears jumping all around while listening to this. I wonder what flag Maf (BenoƮt Charcosset) would do with such a theme !


This cartoon was one of the first I watched as a kid and was a favorite when I was 5 or 6 years old. In addition to the great adventure theme, it presented values that were way superior to some of the crap kid's shows that are made today, which are just about conflict, competition, and interpersonal drama rather than building one's character and learning to be a better person.

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