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The music is almost as pervy as the thumbnail.

"Ross, this is nothing. WHAT YOU NEED to be playing is S***flinger 5000." - Ross Scott talking about himself.

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The music is almost as pervy as the thumbnail.

another testament to why i don't like the living tombstone

he'll take decent music and turn it in to something bland and boring

he did it to jenny, bonetrousle, and this

 

i guess he at least did remind me that ken ashcorp exists, i'm gonna listen to the original now

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Whaaaat. Mate. XD Living Tombstone is amazing. Actually makes song damn interesting! I can't stop rocking out to this song. The original was soooo sloooow. Felt like I was in a fucking choir. But this remix, just beautiful. Just perfect. Has an actual melody and a sick beat.

"Ross, this is nothing. WHAT YOU NEED to be playing is S***flinger 5000." - Ross Scott talking about himself.

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When close friends speak ill of close friends

they pass their abuse from ear to ear

in dying whispers -

even now, when prayers are no longer prayed.

What sounds like violent coughing

turns out to be laughter.

Shuntarō Tanikawa

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Whaaaat. Mate. XD Living Tombstone is amazing. Actually makes song damn interesting! I can't stop rocking out to this song. The original was soooo sloooow. Felt like I was in a fucking choir. But this remix, just beautiful. Just perfect. Has an actual melody and a sick beat.

 

If you can call speeding up the song and adding generic bass to it "interesting"

Whatever floats your boat

 

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Yes actually.

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"Ross, this is nothing. WHAT YOU NEED to be playing is S***flinger 5000." - Ross Scott talking about himself.

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Joanna's Lullaby by Altars Altars

When close friends speak ill of close friends

they pass their abuse from ear to ear

in dying whispers -

even now, when prayers are no longer prayed.

What sounds like violent coughing

turns out to be laughter.

Shuntarō Tanikawa

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Hey look, it's an actual wallpaper thing for my music.

Now my next goal is to remove the pesky borders. I just really need a proper video editing program. :I

"Ross, this is nothing. WHAT YOU NEED to be playing is S***flinger 5000." - Ross Scott talking about himself.

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Just a song about SJW's.

I forgot about that song. It's pretty good.

I'm not saying I started the fire. But I most certain poured gasoline on it.

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So yeah, I've been listening this for a while, and I think this may be my favorite track in Hotline Miami 2. With this music I can literally imagine a scene with a bar brawl between a badass person and gangsters. Or something similar to that effect

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So yeah, I've been listening this for a while, and I think this may be my favorite track in Hotline Miami 2. With this music I can literally imagine a scene with a bar brawl between a badass person and gangsters. Or something similar to that effect

I really like this track but I think the best on the OST is Roller Mobster

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