2018-03-01 06:18:20 UTC
"Do It For..." Pearl tries to teach Connie the art of the sword and a
bit of her inner crazy peeks out.
"Battle" The intriguing thing about this spell is how it starts with a
pretence of relative innocence and then gets more sinister as it
corrupts those who hear it.
"Acadeca" Two rival schools compete fiercely in a catchy song right up
until the anticlimactic moment when the last two competitors wonder why
they're even wasting time on this bullshit.
"Star's Princess Song". Star gets a minstrel to write a song in her
honour that will truly show her as she really is. Excessive candour is
"It's Over Isn't It?" It's hard to explain the bizarre back story
behind this song. Suffice to say Pearl isn't good at letting go of her
attachment to someone she'll never see again and she expresses that in a
classy caberet-type number.
"Rooting For The Enemy". Weird Al Yankovic as Milo Murphy sings about
trying weaponize his bad luck by rooting for the side he doesn't want to
win. There's no great depth here, but it's incredibly catchy.
"Under Our Spell" The Sirens now have the school firmly under their
control and feel free to be quite blatant about it.
"Invisible". Wallflower Blush musically explains her reason for lashing
out against a popular girl. This version is fan edited for extra length
since the actual song was cut off as Sunset tried to take advantage of
the song to get her hands on villain's weapon in a rather meta joke.
"The Working Dead". The original horror of the zombie was the idea of
being reduced to a mindless plantation labourer. Sadie Miller updates
it and it still works.
"Ready As I'll Ever Be". Feeling betrayed by Rapunzel (with some
justification) a former friend goes off the deep end and more or less
declares war on the whole kingdom with his abduction of Rapunzel's
mother, the queen. He makes his preparations while singing
Honorable Mention: "Just Your Problem". The version of the song
actually in the cartoon Adventure Time was deliberately flawed for plot
reasons. But the lyrics are interestingly tsundere and I've hear a lot
of great covers of it. And this is Marceline's voice actress performing