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Spidol is a combination of two worlds in Killer Instinct: Spinal, and the boss of the game, Eyedol. Interwoven are also the themes of when either of these characters are nearly defeated, or in "finish him" mode. Careful listeners with a subwoofer speaker system will notice an egregious abuse of strategically placed crushing booms and other movie trailer percussions. Added to the end of this track is a topically unrelated direct cover of the Shredder entrance scene from the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. The purpose of that long droning moody ordeal is to set up a cheesy joke, where in the movie a servant says "Master Shredder" with a bit of terrified awe, and the phrase works as a perfect transition to the following track , which technically features "shredding."