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"暗い森のサーカス" Romaji: Kurai Mori no Saakasu English: Dark Woods Circus Series
The Dark Woods Circus is a series of multiple songs that was produced by Machigerita-P. It was originally mostly sung by Hatsune Miku, but with the release of the novel adaptation, the majority of the original canon was scraped.
The songs tell the story of a freak show called "Dark Woods Circus" and its performers who were lured in one by one.
Note: This song is known as "Steel Cage Princess" in the Western fandom, but "Steel Queen, Caged Princess" is more suitable. This tradition comes from SakeBliss's mistranslated title.
The first song in the series. The literal translation is Steel Queen, Caged Princess. The song is about Anna (Miku) being held captive and being put in a "cage" by a "Queen" in a "castle." It is revealed that Anna was actually going insane, and the insanity is locking up her sanity in a "cage".
The second and most well known song in the series. In this song, Anna and others are in a circus where they are ridiculed by the visitors. Anna is known as the "Deformed Diva". Adam and Doris a pair of siamese twins have also been taken in. A nameless werewolf that ran away from home was taken in as well. They all hate the circus and though they act as if it's fun, they wish they could die to get away from it.
Note: This song is known as "Red Swamp Bottom" in the Western fandom, but "On the Bottom of Red Swamp" is more suitable. This tradition comes from SakeBliss's mistranslated title.
The fourth song in the series. After Anna commits suicide, she is sent to hell, which is known as the "Red Swamp". She states that she is in pain, her skin burning to dust, her eyes melted beyond recognition, and her intestines being dragged on the floor. She says that she doesn't want to hear people begging God to let them leave, saying they deserved it for their selfish desires.
In the PV, it shows an insane girl being interned in a sanatorium where people are deformed. Machigerita-P later stated on his blog that even though the PV was related to the series, the song itself was not a part of the series.