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The Epic Dancing Spy, or just Spy Dance, which contains the chain smoking, yet handsome Spy from Team Fortress 2, who usually is presented on a dispenser’s screen and dances to Sonic CD Stardust Speedway Zone(Bad Future) (Japan) with his arms crossed together and randomly dances in a Physcedelic Backround.
In “Soldier Thinks he is a Robot”, one of Rubberfruits videos before his permanent departure from Youtube, The Soldier and Heavy from Team Fortress 2 appear, like most of his other popular videos involving the characters.
During the course of the Video, The Soldier thinks he is a Robot and utters sound effects that are often used by Futuristic Retro Sci-Fi Robots, which also contains some of his Old Voice Commands (“Beep Boop”, “Beep Boop Son, Beep Boop”, ETC).
He later says that a RED Dispenser nearby is a Ghost, which leads to the Soldier crushing the Heavy’s Head. The Dispenser turns on, but instead of the Gauge to show how much power it has before refill, a"dancing Spy" is seen, with his arms crossed together and randomly dances to the music sample mentioned above in a physcedelic backround.
The Dispenser is then Hurled into The Soldier after 27 seconds in, and he is turned into a gib of his foot
History of the Music
In 1993,Sonic CD Was released,There are two different soundtracks for the game, one which was used for the Japanese and PAL (European) releases of the game, and another completely different soundtrack used for the North American version of the game, as well as later European ports of the game.
The Japanese soundtrack was composed by Naofumi Hataya & Masafumi Ogata, and featured songs by Keiko Utoku.
One of the Music Samples from the game, which plays in the Stardust Speedway Zone (Bad Future Version), got popular feedback from Fans.
Spread and Popularity
Epic Dancing Spy became well known to the Team Fortress 2 and GMOD Community, only to later follow the loss of Rubberfruit, who was sick of his Subscribers and Friends for being so annoying. The video, as of April 2, 2012, has over 718,292 Views, which later followed spawning few Videos of the Dancing Spy.
The fad even gained enough reputation to have a Sound Mod for the Dispenser Gadget for the Engineer in Team Fortress 2, which also contains the animated GIF on the Dispenser’s screen. It can be downloaded here.