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Jiker - Who's Tie Is This? flac album

Jiker - Who's Tie Is This? flac album
Title:
Who's Tie Is This?
Performer:
Jiker
Style:
Pop Punk, Ska
Released:
FLAC album size:
1195 mb
Other formats:
AU APE MIDI MP1 VOC MOD DXD
Genre:
Rating:
4.6 ✪

體中文 (Chinese - Traditional).

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Who is the king of the Clown Prince of Crime? . The key to an unforgettable Joker performance seems to be giving it your own spin, and Lost star Michael Emerson certainly did this in his performance in the adaptation of Frank Miller and Lynn Varney's, The Dark Knight Returns. He comes to the character with a touch of a maniacal Paul Lynde, perfect for a campy clown who stabs.

Now, that actually kind of works for Jerome and Bruce, but the difference here is that Jerome is already committing crimes rather notably before he and Bruce hit an age to properly face off. That has to mean something, right? And speaking of timelines. Or maybe I'm the mad one and Jerome will become the Joker before Season 2 comes to an end. No matter who he really is, I just hope Monaghan gets to stick around on Gotham.

Take me on home to the asylum Never alone in the asylum Anarchy ruled, it was wild But through it all, you never smiled Joke's on you, I'm in your head so Look who's laughing now! Remember in Arkham City I killed your girl, so pretty That was the night you let me die But when I looked you in the eye That's when I knew we'd be together Look who's laughing now! I'm stuck in your head and I'm laughing! I filled you with dread and I can't stop laughing!

If the Joker's not just the Joker, then who is he? This is, of course, not the first time that there's been an attempt to graft a Big Reveal onto the Joker. In comics, it happens most famously in Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's The Killing Joke, which intercuts the Joker's horrific acts in the present with the tragic story of a failing comedian whose wife dies in a freak accident on the day that he's pressganged into service as a stand-in supervillain. 1951's "The Man Behind The Red Hood. The same goes for the Red Hood Gang's appearance in Zero Year, too, although in that case, it's even less clear that the Gang's leader -- whose very familiar smile is the only part of his face that we can see -- is actually the guy who becomes the Joker, or whether even that identity was. passed around by multiple unknown crooks.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jako
A2 Young Ones
Written By – Peter Brewis
A3 Minor Threat
Written By – Minor Threat
A4 Pipe Women
A5 Receda
A6 Pirate Radio

Credits

  • Bass – Casey Masback
  • Drums – Brian Durniak
  • Guitar – Jake Palladino
  • Vocals – Shane Medanich

Notes

Paul Sanford Hirsh was not able to join for this recording,
he is our other trumpet player and we are damn proud of him.