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from Reboot Wars by The D.C. Show

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Another older track from around 2004 that didn't make the cut for the debut album. The new 2023 version required a complete beat remake due to corrupted source files. Although it's generally quite true and familiar to the original, the new bass, strings and production elements, along with a brand new melody in the chorus lyrics, create a familiar but different vibe from the OG. The rap verses are still original recordings from 2004, minus one single line that was SUPER cringe that was re-recorded to save embarassment.

But who cares, right?

King Dylan does... Which is also why the new chorus went through a number of attempted rewrites, only to land back on the first re-record... which has the same words as the 2004 version, just sang differently.
I can't remember too much about the creation of this song, although MC Mossberg did re-record his verse like a week or two later (back in 2004) to give a stronger performance. The irony of this song is that it didn't "inspire" us enough to include it on our debut, but maybe we were going for a specific theme at the time... Which wasn't this. Or maybe it was that one cringey line that prevented it from moving forward. Yeah, that's it.

Check the song out for yourself!


from Reboot Wars, released June 16, 2023
Produced by King Dylan
Lyrics written by O. Zacharias, D. Roberts, J. Mosier


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The D.C. Show Calgary, Alberta

The DC Show/The Doomsday Cartel are 5 skilled emcess named King Dylan, MC Mossberg, Buttnz, GQ, and Smixx. With Dylan on the beats and rhymes being kicked by all 5 whenever they feel inclined, this collective of nerds are still on the brink of never being famous after 20 some years of rap, but they still go harder than 40 viagra pills. Just Listen, or don't. Just don't go listen to Drake instead. ... more

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