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Who would have thought that we would ever get to this point? I just went back and watched all the Madness toons and was transported back to that time in my life when Krinkels was just starting to animate. I had no idea that he would create such a following! Look how far he has come!! It's Madness!!

Anywho, here's the soundtrack for MC10, I hope you love it!




Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's the best...I love it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

If we could just do 10000 stars, I'd do that. FOR MADNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:DDDD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds like a remix of the MC7 soundtrack. It's even better.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Undoubtedly one of your best works to date. There's just such a sense of convergence and urgency, like everything we've seen so far has been building up to this singular confrontation. Everything that has been established as of yet is at stake, and the despondency is palpable. The inclusion of motifs from Madness Consternation's theme and Clown Song of Death only serve to add to this feeling of build-up, furthering the notion that everything we've seen so far is but a precursor to this moment, and also serves to remind me how much this series has grown over the years. The ending is also fantastic, leaving things ambiguous for the final episode to wrap up. It's thrilling, pulse-pounding, tense and oddly sentimental; in other words, the perfect song for the penultimate installment of the series. You've really outdone yourself, Cheshyre.

Also, for anyone who has read the Malazan Book of the Fallen, does this remind anyone else of the Liberation of Coral? There's the same sense of urgency and tension, what with all the disparate and formerly hostile forces banding together to confront the Pannion Domin. 0:00-1:52 correlates well with the Bridgeburners making their way to the Keep itself, with Quick Ben summoning the illusory demons and Paran reverting to Hound form and killing the chaos vulture thing. 1:52-2:12 fits with the Bridgeburners going to work on the Keep, with Picker, Blend and Hedge distracting the K'Chain Che'malle, Toes and the other mages controlling the vulture things, and Quick Ben and Paran travelling to the rooftop. 2:12-2:42 is reminiscent of Brood and Whiskeyjack's forces finally confronting the Pannion forces, while 2:42-3:12 reminds me of the arrival of the T'lan Imass and Itkovian's sacrifice. 3:12-3:53 corresponds with the two armies struggling for dominance, with Gruntle and the Grey Swords morphing into Treach, the Mott Irregulars sabotaging the Pannion mages, Moranth munitions being dropped, etc. 3:53-4:03 brings to mind Kruppe and Tool both approaching a broken Toc the Younger and reaching out for him, while 4:03-4:53 make me think of Kallor's betrayal and Whiskeyjack's untimely death after that damned leg gave out. 4:53-6:19 vividly remind me of Toc's sacrifice and the summoning of the T'lan Ay, as well as the arrival of Anomander Rake, the spread of Kurald Galain over Coral and the sacrifice of Moon's Spawn. 6:19-6:49 corresponds to the planting of the Malazan standard after the last Pannion soldier falls to the Ay, as well as Quick Ben and Paran negotiating with the Pannion seer. 6:49-7:30 conjures images of the release of the T'lan Ay into Silverfox's spirit world, as well as the long-awaited redemption of the Mhybe. 7:30-7:50 is simply deceased soldiers being placed into Moon's Spawn, along with Toc's reincarnation into Anaster's body and Tool's reincarnation as a Barghast. 7:50-8:10 makes me think of Korlat grieving over Whiskeyjack, alone in the killing field, while Moon's Spawn, filled with dead Bridgeburners and Brood's soldiers, is released into the ocean as a memorial for those lost. 8:10-9:01 finally wraps things up with images of Adjunct Tavore sailing towards Raraku with Dujek Onearm in a ship not far behind. Tavore raises her otataral sword, and thousands of miles away, Sha'ik Reborn raises hers.
Sorry for that ramble, I just really like the Malazan Book of the Fallen. :P

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is perfect. Absolutely perfect. Never stop please.

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