Thats right. We went the extra step and pressed a bunch of binary digits into a bunch of plastic circles. Think of it as a vinyl record, except digital-er. Do you like seeing extra artwork beyond the cover? Is your car your only remaining CD-playing device? Do you need something to stick your index finger through? A portable little make-up mirror? The worst frisbee ever? If any of these ring true for you, then you are in the right area! ENJOY A HARD COPY. You can rest a beer on it.
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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."
The musical sound of this track is truly unique, with so much layered complexity that it's engaged me through numerous listens.
The combined talents of Danimal Cannon and Zef have created something truly special! kronus_aero