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Cynics may dismiss these films as cloying, and as promoting a naive worldview.But that bit of sweetness and sentimentality just might make the “medicine” of life’s grimmer moments a little easier to take. – “Trashin’ the Camp” is basically Phil Collins writing a song for Stomp.” Villain: Oogie Boogie Oogie kidnaps Santa Claus and then proceeds to mock and torture him throughout the song — now that’s a badass villain.
Most villainous lyrics: “Worse than the widows and orphans you drowned? Most villainous lyrics: “Hope you're satisfied / But if you ain't / Don't blame me / You can blame my friends on the other side!Use noise gates to cut out background noise in your recordings.Then, experiment with the different effects on your digital audio workstation, like chorus and reverb effects, to make them sound better.– I can understand opposition to a song in a children’s movie that really wants to be titled “Kill the Beast”. At no point in my development from little boy to grown-up have I found this song otherwise than awesome. I like both of those things, so I find it delightfully rambunctious.Musically, it’s spirited and driving, full of gang vocals and dramatic strings. Even if you aren’t a fan, consider that this is the only song in What kind of music would go well with an ancient Greek epic?
Most Disney movies actually come in pretty light on the slapstick, but This is one of Disney’s trademark songs, capturing the idealism and romantic outlook often associated with the studio.