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I think some of you will know, it is a movie that came out 6 months after the massacre "Duck! Carbine higschool massacre" is such a bad movie that it becomes good, the movie was censored for a long time but now it is complete on yotube, it What happens is that someone uploaded the soundtrack of it and it seems to be a letter, being an almost rescued file it is saturated and I do not listen well, I am not a native of English so I cannot understand the letter, maybe native people do , I am very curious to know what they say, they seem to be few words anyway, if someone could
translate what their lyrics say I would be grateful! Smile It is just out of curiosity

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I quite like that track! Sounds like a band just jamming at a rehearsal. I used to love it when we just played and stuff like that came out.

Can’t help with the lyrics really.. sounds to me something like...

Gonna get Santa Claus???
??? Mr mouse ????
Don’t leave a paper trail.. remember

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Sounds to me that they're saying:

Gonna/gotta get a Santa Claus mask (0:43)
Let a Mr Mouse mask(?) (0:51)
Don't leave a paper trail (0:58)
And remember (1:05)
Come on we'll see god* (1:09)

When it comes (x2) (1:56)
It comes (2:04)
Come on we'll see god* (2:09)

Gonna/gotta get a Santa Claus mask (2:40)
And a Mr Mouse mask (2:47)
Don't leave a paper trail (2:44)
And remember (3:01)
Come on we'll see god* (3:05)

When it comes (x3) (3:44)
Come on we'll see god* (3:56)

Just wait for my ???? (4:30)


*(they could also be saying 'come on, they'll see god' or 'come on, mercy god'?)

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I quite like that track! Sounds like a band just jamming at a rehearsal. I used to love it when we just played and stuff like that came out.

Can’t help with the lyrics really.. sounds to me something like...

Gonna get Santa Claus???
??? Mr mouse ????
Don’t leave a paper trail.. remember

Oh right!! I also really like the way it sounds ... it sounds pretty scary, hopefully I can restore the audio somehow, as the music sounds pretty good to me and fits the "tone" of the movie, it's an interesting piece. I have also heard of "Mr mouse" and in one part I had heard something like "remember" so I am glad to know that I am not mistaken, I must know enough English to understand something this saturated! Hahaha! Anyway, the song seems great to me, so I was curious to see what it said Smile
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Sounds to me that they're saying:

Gonna/gotta get a Santa Claus mask (0:43)
Let a Mr Mouse mask(?) (0:51)
Don't leave a paper trail (0:58)
And remember (1:05)
Come on we'll see god* (1:09)

When it comes (x2) (1:56)
It comes (2:04)
Come on we'll see god* (2:09)

Gonna/gotta get a Santa Claus mask (2:40)
And a Mr Mouse mask (2:47)
Don't leave a paper trail (2:44)
And remember (3:01)
Come on we'll see god* (3:05)

When it comes (x3) (3:44)
Come on we'll see god* (3:56)

Just wait for my ???? (4:30)


*(they could also be saying 'come on, they'll see god' or 'come on, mercy god'?)


Thank you very much for translating !! Now that I see the lyrics it is a bit confusing, especially about mr mouse, maybe one of the characters in the movie had that nickname and I didn't pay enough attention.... it is an interesting letter to be a "satire" movie 🤔

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Just wait for my signal (4:30)

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I think the band is King Ghidorah! but I cant seem to find the actual song.

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I think the band is King Ghidorah! but I cant seem to find the actual song.

I’d say you are right with the band...

King Ghidorah! began as a collaborative effort between William Hellfire and Matt Ickland recording on 4tk cassette in 1994. Mainly comprising of improve two track sessions wich would lattter have guitar and and or vocal overdubs added. Two unreleased cassette masters exist compile the finished tracks: Looks Like A Gut's
To Me and The Jet Jaguar EP. Sometime in 1995 Tim Ryan was recruited to play Bass and few of the favorite recordings were reworked for live performance. After recording the six track cassette release 'Kabbalah', two tracks for the compilation cassette release 'Primateen Mist Kills Supermodels' and the 4tk version of Autogol, Tim Left the band. Mikey Ovum of Severed Lips recordings Dynomite Cat, Alien Pornography, Armageddon Gospel Revival and Mono Ovum joined up shortly after. The band took a more psychedelic/progressive angle and recorded the Shock Machine 24tk for the Psycho Sisters soundtrack (Oglio records, Shock-o-rama DVD) as well as the Satanis Infinitum album produced by Don Fury. King Ghidorah! tracks appeared in the films Caress of the vampire 2: Teenage Girl Ghoul A Go Go and Duck! The Carbine High massacre. King Ghidorah! played with notable acts such as: Today is the Day, Nolan Gate, Dub Narcotic, Some Velvet Sidewalk, Fire Water, Speed Ball Baby, Croatan, The Gillmen (creeping pumpkins), Atavan, Ultra Bide, All Natural Lemon and Lime Flavors, I.D.K. Shirk Circus, Keith Morris and Shiv. King Ghidorah! Disbanded in 2000
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I think the band is King Ghidorah! but I cant seem to find the actual song.


Really? I thought the directors themselves had made it because of the low budget! I googled but nothing appeared regarding the production beyond that it was made on a low budget. I didn't find many King Ghidorah videos but they have a pretty similar style! Have they participated and hid the song due to the controversy of the film? Or could it really be created by the directors themselves? What happens is that the music is very good to be composed by 1 or 2 people...
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I think the band is King Ghidorah! but I cant seem to find the actual song.

I’d say you are right with the band...

King Ghidorah! began as a collaborative effort between William Hellfire and Matt Ickland recording on 4tk cassette in 1994. Mainly comprising of improve two track sessions wich would lattter have guitar and and or vocal overdubs added. Two unreleased cassette masters exist compile the finished tracks: Looks Like A Gut's
To Me and The Jet Jaguar EP. Sometime in 1995 Tim Ryan was recruited to play Bass and few of the favorite recordings were reworked for live performance. After recording the six track cassette release 'Kabbalah', two tracks for the compilation cassette release 'Primateen Mist Kills Supermodels' and the 4tk version of Autogol, Tim Left the band. Mikey Ovum of Severed Lips recordings Dynomite Cat, Alien Pornography, Armageddon Gospel Revival and Mono Ovum joined up shortly after. The band took a more psychedelic/progressive angle and recorded the Shock Machine 24tk for the Psycho Sisters soundtrack (Oglio records, Shock-o-rama DVD) as well as the Satanis Infinitum album produced by Don Fury. King Ghidorah! tracks appeared in the films Caress of the vampire 2: Teenage Girl Ghoul A Go Go and Duck! The Carbine High massacre. King Ghidorah! played with notable acts such as: Today is the Day, Nolan Gate, Dub Narcotic, Some Velvet Sidewalk, Fire Water, Speed Ball Baby, Croatan, The Gillmen (creeping pumpkins), Atavan, Ultra Bide, All Natural Lemon and Lime Flavors, I.D.K. Shirk Circus, Keith Morris and Shiv. King Ghidorah! Disbanded in 2000
I did not know that William Hellfire was involved in the project! That's interesting ... I didn't know about the involvement in this band, but it makes sense, the project didn't have a lot of budget to hire a particular band ... so it makes sense that william hellfire is involved in this ... in fact I suppose there could have been more soundtracks but they were lost or they are in the dvd version. I wonder who could have been the singer of this song? :0
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So. I did a little research...

The song is called "Code Word Machine Gun" and it's by a band called Dynomite Cat (from their 1996 album "Little Weirdo"). Side Project with members from King Ghidorah!, Mono Ovum and The Starlets. Produced by William Hellfire.

So the lyrics are actually "code word machine gun" and not "come on we'll see god".



Unfortunately no lyrics anywhere...  scratch This is my best guess:

Gotta get a Santa Claus mask
Let a Mr mouse mask (??)
Don’t leave a paper trail
And remember
Code word machine gun

When it comes, when it comes, when it comes
Code word machine gun

Gotta get a Santa Claus mask
And a Mr mouse mask (?) mast (???)
Go leave a paper trail
And remember
Code word machine gun

When it comes, when it comes, when it comes
Code word machine gun

Just wait for my signal

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clutching mens’ hearts, consuming bones
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deep in the bedrock, already here i come”


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I did not know that William Hellfire was involved in the project!  That's interesting ... I didn't know about the involvement in this band, but it makes sense, the project didn't have a lot of budget to hire a particular band ... so it makes sense that william hellfire is involved in this ... in fact  I suppose there could have been more soundtracks but they were lost or they are in the dvd version. I wonder who could have been the singer of this song?  :0

The album I posted was released under a label called "Severed Lips Recordings". I'm pretty sure that was WIlliam Hellfire's own label and he was involved with quite a few different bands.

As for the singer of this song, there are 3 vocalists listed for this album: William Hellfire, Ruby Honeycat and Mikey Ovum. (Btw. William Hellfire is also King Ghidorah!'s vocalist.) My guess is Mikey Ovum is the singer of this song. Hellfire doesn't sound quite as high or annoying in King Ghidorah!. I could be absolutely wrong though. Maybe that's what his voice sounds like when he tries to sing higher. silent pale

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I did not know that William Hellfire was involved in the project!  That's interesting ... I didn't know about the involvement in this band, but it makes sense, the project didn't have a lot of budget to hire a particular band ... so it makes sense that william hellfire is involved in this ... in fact  I suppose there could have been more soundtracks but they were lost or they are in the dvd version. I wonder who could have been the singer of this song?  :0

The album I posted was released under a label called "Severed Lips Recordings". I'm pretty sure that was WIlliam Hellfire's own label and he was involved with quite a few different bands.

As for the singer of this song, there are 3 vocalists listed for this album: William Hellfire, Ruby Honeycat and Mikey Ovum. (Btw. William Hellfire is also King Ghidorah!'s vocalist.) My guess is Mikey Ovum is the singer of this song. Hellfire doesn't sound quite as high or annoying in King Ghidorah!. I could be absolutely wrong though. Maybe that's what his voice sounds like when he tries to sing higher. silent pale

Of course ... also William was drugged by cancer drugs according to him, if he had sung it would have sounded much lower and slower, so you're right it was probably King, it's funny because he didn't know about William's projects with the bands but if I have seen his other films, he is certainly someone very little known! However, Carabine Higschool was the most famous thing he ever had, and to think that he said he did it by making her unconscious, I wonder if he wrote the lyrics for the soundtrack, which is probably so and that's why it's so confusing XD
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So. I did a little research...

The song is called "Code Word Machine Gun" and it's by a band called Dynomite Cat (from their 1996 album "Little Weirdo"). Side Project with members from King Ghidorah!, Mono Ovum and The Starlets. Produced by William Hellfire.

So the lyrics are actually "code word machine gun" and not "come on we'll see god".



Unfortunately no lyrics anywhere...  scratch This is my best guess:

Gotta get a Santa Claus mask
Let a Mr mouse mask (??)
Don’t leave a paper trail
And remember
Code word machine gun

When it comes, when it comes, when it comes
Code word machine gun

Gotta get a Santa Claus mask
And a Mr mouse mask (?) mast (???)
Go leave a paper trail
And remember
Code word machine gun

When it comes, when it comes, when it comes
Code word machine gun

Just wait for my signal


It's interesting because it seemed to me that it didn't sound like "god" but like "Machine" but because I don't know much English I thought "It must not make sense!" It is incredible how the song is still a bit unintelligible, I wonder what its meaning is or if it is made like that on purpose ... I can't trust much of a satire but being such a good soundtrack 🤔 Very Happy
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It's interesting because it seemed to me that it didn't sound like "god" but like "Machine" but because I don't know much English I thought "It must not make sense!"  It is incredible how the song is still a bit unintelligible, I wonder what its meaning is or if it is made like that on purpose ... I can't trust much of a satire but being such a good soundtrack 🤔 Very Happy

My interpretation:

Some guys are getting ready to commit a crime. They get some masks. No idea why it's a Santa Claus and a Mickey Mouse mask. Maybe there is some deeper meaning behind that, maybe it's an inside joke.

"Don't leave a paper trail." Don't leave any evidence or show any signs too soon.

When they are ready the code word to start shooting (or do whatever they planned) is "machine gun".


They are getting their masks.

"Go leave a paper trail." Leave some evidence behind and have some fun fucking with people I guess.

When they are finally ready the code word is "machine gun"

Wait for the signal.

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It's interesting because it seemed to me that it didn't sound like "god" but like "Machine" but because I don't know much English I thought "It must not make sense!"  It is incredible how the song is still a bit unintelligible, I wonder what its meaning is or if it is made like that on purpose ... I can't trust much of a satire but being such a good soundtrack 🤔 Very Happy

My interpretation:

Some guys are getting ready to commit a crime. They get some masks. No idea why it's a Santa Claus and a Mickey Mouse mask. Maybe there is some deeper meaning behind that, maybe it's an inside joke.

"Don't leave a paper trail." Don't leave any evidence or show any signs too soon.

When they are ready the code word to start shooting (or do whatever they planned) is "machine gun".


They are getting their masks.

"Go leave a paper trail." Leave some evidence behind and have some fun fucking with people I guess.

When they are finally ready the code word is "machine gun"

Wait for the signal.

This interpretation makes sense ... also I think I may be exaggerating something like that, but the masks can make an apology for bullying since this is mentioned in the film, they can also make an apology for (I think it was if my memory did not falla) janitor whose face was not seen and he helped the protagonists to carry out the massacre.

The evidence also makes sense, and I also think that with "go and leave a paper trail" it could mean that many shooters do the massacres to leave "a mark" according to many people, that's why a paper trail. .. it's like leaving a trace ... a mark ...

Your interpretation makes a lot of sense, and you're right that the Santa and Mikey thing is probably an inside joke since they don't even have to do with the events of the movie ...
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This interpretation makes sense ... also I think I may be exaggerating something like that, but the masks can make an apology for bullying since this is mentioned in the film, they can also make an apology for (I think it was if my memory did not  falla) janitor whose face was not seen and he helped the protagonists to carry out the massacre.

The evidence also makes sense, and I also think that with "go and leave a paper trail" it could mean that many shooters do the massacres to leave "a mark" according to many people, that's why a paper trail.  .. it's like leaving a trace ... a mark ...

Your interpretation makes a lot of sense, and you're right that the Santa and Mikey thing is probably an inside joke since they don't even have to do with the events of the movie ...

You have to remember that this song was not actually writen for the 1999 movie!

If you listen to the 1996(!) album, there is a small bit of dialoge before the song starts (at about 5:50 in the vid that I posted). The crime they are about to commit is an abduction. They are about to grab two rich kids from a school's parking lot.

The Santa Claus and mouse masks MIGHT (and this is a pretty wild guess) be inspired by an 80ies movie called "Fortress" (1985). A teacher and her students get kidnapped by shotgun-wielding guys in masks: Father Christmas (with Santa mask), Dabby Duck, Pussy Cat and Mac the Mouse (mouse mask).

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This interpretation makes sense ... also I think I may be exaggerating something like that, but the masks can make an apology for bullying since this is mentioned in the film, they can also make an apology for (I think it was if my memory did not  falla) janitor whose face was not seen and he helped the protagonists to carry out the massacre.

The evidence also makes sense, and I also think that with "go and leave a paper trail" it could mean that many shooters do the massacres to leave "a mark" according to many people, that's why a paper trail.  .. it's like leaving a trace ... a mark ...

Your interpretation makes a lot of sense, and you're right that the Santa and Mikey thing is probably an inside joke since they don't even have to do with the events of the movie ...

You have to remember that this song was not actually writen for the 1999 movie!

If you listen to the 1996(!) album, there is a small bit of dialoge before the song starts (at about 5:50 in the vid that I posted). The crime they are about to commit is an abduction. They are about to grab two rich kids from a school's parking lot.

The Santa Claus and mouse masks MIGHT (and this is a pretty wild guess) be inspired by an 80ies movie called "Fortress" (1985). A teacher and her students get kidnapped by shotgun-wielding guys in masks: Father Christmas (with Santa mask), Dabby Duck, Pussy Cat and Mac the Mouse (mouse mask).

Oohh! How silly it is! I always forget and try to interpret it with the movie, the Santa Claus thing is interesting although crazy ... anyway with the authors' satire I am not surprised at all! Very Happy
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