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Madworld Nintendo Wii


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Here is my musical review of Madworld on the Wii, I've called it 'Madworld'. I'm performing it on the new BBC Four Vidoegame TV show Gameswipe with Charlie Brooker.

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The Gameswipe show stars my original song, recorded at the BBC studios and airs on Tue 29 Sep at 22:00 on BBC Four.

Madworld Lyrics

Here at last a hardcore game on the wii that's nasty, stylized violence that we call comedy, like itchy and scratchy, like tom and jerry.
I just stabbed a guy through the eye with a road sign, pulled out his heart with my bare hands, do i feel alright?
No I feel dirty, there's really something quite unnerving about all the latent perving in the disturbing commentary.

You're trying way too hard, like a disillusioned nerd, who thinks chainsaws and swear words will make you the coolest kid in school

It's far too short and the weapons are far too few and I have to redo the whole level so i give you a headbutt with the nunchuk
I feel giddy, visually it gets really busy and my heart feels dizzy in this sadistic comic book

You're trying way too hard, like a disillusioned nerd, who thinks chainsaws and swear words will make you the coolest kid in school

Written by Rebecca Mayes

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