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Law(less): LPA Monthly Mix-up Contest: Runner Up April 2012

D3cay on June 24, 2012 20:24

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    This is my entry for LPA's Monthly Mix-up Contest (The Raid Edition).

    I went with a narrative since we had to remix stuff from the soundtrack of The Raid (it was like the perfect oppurtunity).

    The story takes place in a time where laws aren't as kind as they are now. When you break a law, you're sentenced to death. The people with power come across a video of Linkin Park, where Chester Bennington covers 'I Think We're Alone Now' when playing 'The Messenger' on his guitar. After that, Joe says that you can pretty much cover every song with the chord progression of 'The Messenger'. Chester then says that song is everything, it's all songs. This however breaks the copyright law, one song cannot be all songs. Therefore, Chester is abducted and what follows... Well.. who knows.

    Obviously, this story is very absurd (to say the least). But to me, things like copyright laws tend to be absurd as well. Videos get taken off of Youtube because they supposedly break the copyright law. There are a lot of laws that just don't make sense to me, which is why I made the laws in my remix that extreme. You can call it a satire on some of today's laws.

    I hope this experiment turned out well. I hope you guys enjoy it!

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