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Tick Tock Comes the Bad Wolf

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Tags: Lord English

By Cecily Renns ( Bandcamp , SoundCloud , YouTube , Twitter ) and cookiefonster ( Bandcamp , External ( ).
Cover art by Makin.
Released 9/3/2016.
Duration: 2:53.

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Tracks that Tick Tock Comes the Bad Wolf references:

Tracks that reference Tick Tock Comes the Bad Wolf:

From Fandom:


(Haa haa hee hee hoo hoo) (I need a towel) (I'm glasses) (Miracles)

Artist commentary:

Cecily Renns:

open up


its the police, MSUIC POLICE

what did i do

you are using an excess of Orchestral Bullshit™ in your music and it is unacceptable


you are going away for a LONG time, mother fucker



For this one, Cecily was the one who did most of the work. I mostly just made draft versions of the Negastrife sections, and I also made the honk sound effects as follows. When Cecily sent me her mix of the song, he left out the honk sound effects and let me do those. Soon enough, I had the PERFECT idea for that: phrases associated with each of his soul components in a slowed down text to speech voice. And which voice could I ever do but the hilarious WillFromAfar?
The honk sound effects are the following phrases combined: "Haa haa hee hee hoo hoo", "I need a towel", "I'm glasses", and "Miracles", for Caliborn, Equius, Lil' Hal, and Gamzee respectively. The funny thing is, "I need a towel" and "I'm glasses" sort of blend together to sound like "I need glasses", the same way those phrases' associated characters combined to make Arquiusprite. Also, because of Caliborn's signature laugh, it actually did end up sounding somewhat like a honk.


For those with no childhood or those who aren't insane enough to look at this art, this is that one part from Little Red Riding Hood where the main character, I think she was called Vaska or something, discovers that the main baddie is cosplaying as her grandmother with a vore fetish. The details are fuzzy, but seriously, we already have a Bad Wolf villain, god damn it whoever decided this song name making me resort to centuries old stories in order to meme.

Also I fucked up the line quality at some point while using the bucket tool, sorry for that. Hopefully it doesn't look awful in your music player of choice.

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