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Jul 1, 2010 | 10:25 AM EDT

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From the creator of the hit song "Wake Me Up When We're At E3" comes an all new musical melody dedicated to E3 2010! A lot happened at this year's E3, so come along and enjoy a rapping recap. You can download the MP3 at FredtheMonkey.com, if you wish to place it upon your iPod or other musical device and listen to it over and over until you reach the essence of insanity.

Also don't forget to poke around for an Easter Egg after the credits!

Reviews


Shadowblade2584Shadowblade2584

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 24, 2011

Wow...

I've been negative on your work (Such as B Cause of You in Halo 2)...this kicked ASS.

I realized I'm a noob at Halo 3...

I can't get a kill worth shit online.



dungeonsuchdungeonsuch

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 2, 2010

lol

wow and i thought your singing was bad



homsarrunner3homsarrunner3

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 3, 2010

Wow. Just Wow.

This flash is some of the best stuff I've seen in a while. It was the first flash I have ever added to my favorites. (although, that MAY be because I didn't know how to before... :P) anyway, as a self-proclaimed total gaming geek, this captured the essence of E3 perfectly, to me at least. Oh, and I was about to take off a point for the autotone, but then decided it was overused so much, it was funny. good jorb!


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orangebomborangebomb

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2010

That was funny

Though, I don't really like autotone in general, but since it was so funny and well made, I'll let that slide.

Overall, I'll give a solid 9/10.



mrrandomthingsmrrandomthings

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2010

Nice

You basically summed up everything that was on E3 this year. The lyrics rhymed and were catchy. The only problem with is were the autotune parts "we're going to E3". It took away from the whole epicness that is this song.


JKR responds:

I tried to use it over the top, but the darn thing just worked the way it was supposed to! It was supposed to be a parody of the fact that autotune is overused these days, lol. Anyway, thanks for the review.