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8-Bit music history gifs

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If we didn't work yet still managed to own a computer, we would probably spend a good portion of our time watching the endless vortex of procrastination that is the world of gifs.

We're totally not alone. As you might be aware.

The Internet is jam-packed with them and we stumbled upon a new set which has steamrolled its way into our gif hall of fame. Josh Carrafa has transformed iconic moments from music history into 8-bit moving nuggets of brilliance.

You can see some of the best below and even more here.

1969 - The Beatles

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1975 - KISS

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1977 - Pink Floyd

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1983 - Michael Jackson

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1987 - Rick Astley

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1990 - MC Hammer

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1991 - Nirvana

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2001 - The Strokes

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2003 - The White Stripes

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2009 - Grizzly Bear

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2012 - Psy

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