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Ingram stated on his Twitter that the company will be creating music for television shows, but we here at Horse News like to look past the obvious to
Our first theory was a rather basic one: Smash Music, Smash Bros. Yes, that is correct: One prevalent theory out there is that Ingram formed this new company in order to compose an original score for the upcoming Super Smash Bros game. But considering the fact that the game is probably long past the stages of hiring someone to compose songs for the game. Those lazy bastards will probably just recycle the songs from all their old games again. Unoriginal fucks.
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As Ingram himself stated on the Twitter post, his company will create music for television shows. Another word for music is "tunes," so Ingram's post can be misleadingly worded to say that his company will create tunes for shows, or "show tunes." Show tunes are also used in musicals, as musicals are in fact a type of show. One such example of a popular musical show involving these show tunes is "Shrek: The Musical." And, as we all remember from Shrek the movie, "All Star" was among the songs associated with everyone's favorite green layered devastator of anuses everywhere. "All Star" was written by a band known as Smash Mouth.
Smash Mouth. Smash Music.
This is why we here at Horse News believe that Daniel Ingram's new project is actually a cover band for the 90's sensation band.
There is no word yet as to when the band's first album will be released, but the moment it does so, we here at Horse News advise that you don't delay, act now. Supplies are running out. Allow if you're still alive, six to eight years to arrive. And if you follow, there may be a tomorrow, but if the offer's shunned, you might as well be walkin' on the sun.