Game Deaths MP3

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  1. Anonymous says:

    “The slower arrangement used here is derived from a cover by Michael Andrews and Gary Jules, famously used in the film Donny Darko and a big hit in its own right.”

    It’s “Donnie” apparently – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0246578/

    That is all.

    Sincerely,

    -Your Friendly Neighborhood Spelling Checker

  2. kpkpkp says:

    10,000 imaginary deaths and yet I feel no more prepared for the inevitable.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey, I like both versions, so I used them in a video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlQihr8ilnw
    I hope that’s ok for you (I referenced to this site and your video), otherwise please contact me via youtube so I can remove the soundtrack.

    Cheers :)

  4. codeman38 says:

    A bit of awesomeness: Xeni’s tweet linking to this has been retweeted by none other than Curt Smith.

  5. Anonymous says:

    How can I save this? I feel like a noob for asking! Thanks!

    • optuser says:

      “How can I save this? I feel like a noob for asking! Thanks!”

      If you want to download in Firefox, right click the link and choose “Save link as…” Your PC will give you a menu box for saving the file in a location you wish.

      If you’re using Explorer, right click and select option for “Save Target as…”

  6. Anonymous says:

    absolutely wonderful song. Thank you for creating it!

  7. Anonymous says:

    When I think of Mad World I think of Gary Jules version.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N3N1MlvVc4

  8. Anonymous says:

    Effing brilliant creation, and kudos for the plug from frigging Curt Smith! My girlfriend nearly tackled me out of my computer chair when she heard it while I watched the Gamer Deaths video, and held me in a choke hold until I found her an MP3 of the song. Also, thank you for getting me out of a choke hold.

  9. Johnny Coelacanth says:

    Thanks for posting this. You should update your Youtube post for the clamoring horde who want to download this.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I actually prefer the second version, with the lower intro. I recognized the song immediately from that, without having to wait for the “lyrics” to come in; the opening chords were instantly familiar to my ears. That might be due to my being more familiar to the Darko version, though.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Although the lower octave version is more recognizable from a earlier stand point, I feel the higher version is more haunting and sorrowful, much more appropriate for the video, IMO.

    Also, Suddenly recognizing the song later on in the movie gives a stronger effect to the viewer. It caught me by surprise, adding gravity to the video.

    Bravo!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Lower Octave version for me. Excellent. Straight to the iPod.

  13. IronyElemental says:

    Opened it in two tabs on accident, squaring my love for it.

  14. Anonymous says:

    I’d like to buy this song, is it on iTunes? ..It should be.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I’m in absolute love with Your cover. Do You share this MP3 of the remix using some kind of Creative Commons license?

  16. Colleen Galofaro says:

    I’m in love. I want to put this in a loop and just listen for hours. It resonates with something inside me on a very visceral level.

  17. mennucc says:

    hi, I love these MP3, the  2° best; you should add more id3v2 tags: to define the copyright, e.g.
    id3v2 –TCOP ‘Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing with attribution’
    and to credit your work:
    id3v2 –TPE4 ‘Rob Beschizza’ 
    and maybe also a link to this web page.

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