What's in my head?

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Author's Note: This is another upcoming animutation of mine. It will probably be released after I finish The Ultimate Animutation.

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What's in my head?
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Author: GraceJacques340
Release Date: unknown
File Size: unknown
Duration: unknown
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
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Audio Info
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Artist: Koji Kondo
Album: Super Mario World soundtrack
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Language: None


About

Have you ever wondered what was going on inside GraceJacques340's head? Well, here's your answer.


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Audio Details

This animutation uses the same song as Speed Demon.

Trivia

  • This is GraceJacques340's first animutation to feature Alex Chiu.
  • Adding onto the above, this is also her second minimutation.
  • The sound clip at the end comes from the Atomic Betty episode "Toxic Talent".
  • Messages in the "Brain on Altoids" scene:
  • References to other animutations:
    • Hyakugojyuuichi: If you look inside the project and select the parrot sprite, its size is 151%.
    • Sayonara Super-Star: Doripaku says "I love this movie!", much like Baby-Lon did. The difference is that he says it with only the I capitalized.
    • Japanese Pokerap EX Plus Alpha: The message "The Nintendo Switch isn't that bad!" is a reference to a similar message about the Gamecube.
    • Leela Doo: The "More what is mine! LOL" message.
    • Solve It on a Gila: Tsuyu's cameo is a nod to the aforementioned 'mutation.
    • I am sharing a project: The flashing messages in the "Brain on Altoids" scene are a callback to a similar scene in I am sharing a project.
    • The Fingertips Project: Sora and Mimi appearing together.
    • Money Money: Jingle says he was in X Japan with Ryuk, King Boo, Zigzagoon, and Kabuki, which is an obvious reference to a similar phrase in Money Money.
    • Rhythm and Police: Yoko Taro appearing, followed by his last name flashing various colors, is most likely a reference to Rhythm and Police.
    • Kelenar's animutations: The end screen that contains a soundbite is a nod to Kelenar's works.