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Dark, Sinister, and kinda scary, this song represents Bowser's dead skeletal other Dry Bowser.
Dry Bowser's History:
Dry Bowser is the Dry Bones-esque form of Bowser in New Super Mario Bros. When Mario confronts Bowser at the end of World 1's Castle, in the New Super Mario Bros., Bowser is dropped in a pit of lava like in the original Super Mario Bros. Instead of disappearing off screen, Bowser briefly appears with his flesh burning off. Following this, Bowser Jr. takes his father's remains. Much later, in World 8's Castle, Mario fights him. Dry Bowser fights similar to Bowser, except he throws bones like Bowser threw hammers in Super Mario Bros. However, he can still spit fireballs too.
The song was intentianally written for a small never-to-be-made fan game called "Super Luigi's Adventures", following Luigi on an adventure of his own after witnessing Bowser kidnap, not just Peach, but Daisy as well. With Mario currently occupied with an adventure of his own right now (another never-to-be-made fan game) Luigi goes out on his own to try and stop Bowser. This leads him to a large cave, which he ventures into. As he travels through the cave's many caverns, Luigi stumples down a hole leading him to a castle he's never seen before. Bowser inteanded to use an altar deep within the castle to give him immortality by offering the two princesses and transforming him into Dry Bowser himself.
Instruments used in this song were the basic piano, originally supposed to be an organ, but oddly enough the piano had more of a catchy nice ring to it. Other instruments included Bells, a timpani, a string ensamble, and a small choir of Bass's.