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MAC8- Trembling Madness
Classical instruments? A light Hip hop type beat? Where's the "punch yo' momma's face" basses and "I eat babies for breakfast" melodies?
Yeah, well, I worked damn hard on this, so if you could not be an ass and vote/review low because of the style not being the typical madness, I'd much appreciate it.
This song is the soundtrack to the very last Madness Combat movie.
Hank dies in the end.
Actually, I have no control over what Krinkels does, this is merely an interpretation.
Yes, this was made specifically for the competition, and it shows you can make a song to represent Madness in a different light.
After all the blood, sweat and tears, Hank has still nothing to prove for his endeavours. What is the point of all this? At first, he had a mission, and now it just seems like a game that is out of his control, while others stand back and laugh at his growing frustration and impatience. Hank has become desensitized to killing, and numb to pain, the time has come for Hank to accept his inevitable fate. He must die. So, in a last bid to overthrow the puppetmasters who have so skillfully toyed with his life, he charges forth, in an attempt to destroy Jesus. Armed with a much larger and more powerful arsenal of weaponery than ever before, he attacks Jesus with all his power, grace and skill. Jesus starts to fear the all consuming hatred that has grown within Hank, and he fears that this isn't just a game anymore. He comes oh so close to death, but the puppetmasters can't have that. They see that the fun and games have overflowed into a cataclysmic apocalypse. The only option left for the puppetmasters is to kill Hank and end the game. They plug themselves into the combat, with all the omnipotence of a God, they take to Hank with a razor sharp blade and lovingly slide it through his heart. He does not feel a thing...
I hope you like the song, and I hope you like the plot to go with it. Good luck to the others competing in the MAC8 Trembling Madness competition. I might try and create a more standard Madness track done before the contest is over, but for now, enjoy!
Also, I'm thinking it'd be cool to add this as a "bonus track" on the album that I'm working on (that *ahem* still needs a lot of work before it's finished).