Gandalf vs. Skrillex: Who Scatta’d Harder in the

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A close examination of the musical styles of Gandalf and Skrillex reveals that both artists are equally skilled in the art of scatting.


The internet is adebate-prone place, and there are few topics more prone to spirited discussion than the relative merits of two cultural touchstones. In this case, we pit Gandalf the Grey from Lord of the Rings against Skrillex, the dubstep pioneer and electronic dance music producer.

The Battle of the Scatta’s

It was the scatta that would shake the very foundations of the earth. The two titans, Gandalf and Skrillex, had been locked in an epic battle for centuries, and neither had ever backed down. This time, it would be different. This time, there could be only one winner.

Gandalf’s Scatta

Gandalf, the wise and all-powerful wizard from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, is well known for his incredible uses of magic. One of the most impressive things he ever does is known as the “Scatta,” in which he unleashes a powerful shockwave of energy that incapacitates everything nearby.

In 2012, dubstep artist Skrillex released a song called “Scatta” which contains a similar sound effect. This has led to many people wondering: who scatta’d harder, Gandalf or Skrillex?

There is no clear answer, as it is difficult to compare the two feats of scatta-ing. However, we can examine each one in turn to see who comes out on top.

Gandalf’s Scatta:
Gandalf’s Scatta is first seen in The Fellowship of the Ring, when he confronts Saruman at Isengard. He unleashes the power of his staff, sending out a wave of force that shatters Saruman’s tower and knocks everyone nearby unconscious.

This is an incredibly impressive feat, as it takes down an entire tower and incapacitates numerous enemies with one strike. Not only is it incredibly powerful, but it is also very precise, as Gandalf only affects those nearby and does not harm any bystanders.

Skrillex’s Scatta:
While not as destructive as Gandalf’s Scatta, Skrillex’s version is still pretty impressive. The sound effect is used throughout the song to create an intense and chaotic atmosphere. It also manages to be quite catchy, which is more than can be said for most Dubstep songs.

So who scatta’d harder? It’s tough to say for sure, but both Gandalf and Skrillex are impressive in their own rights. It really depends on what you’re looking for in a scatta – if you want power and destruction, Gandalf is your man; if you want catchiness and chaos, Skrillex has got you covered.

Skrillex’s Scatta

In 2012, Skrillex released a track called “Scatta” with Bare Noize and Foreign Beggars. The song was an immediate hit, with its bass-heavy dubstep sound and catchy hooks.

But some fans pointed out that the tune bore a striking resemblance to a song by British DJ and producer Gandalf, called “Scatta Bad Boy.”

Gandalf’s tune was released in 2009, on a album called “Mental Box B movie.”

The two songs do have similarities: both feature a dubstep beat and a sample of the phrase “scatta bad boy.” But there are also some key differences. Skrillex’s “Scatta” is faster and more aggressive, with heavier bass and a more chaotic feel. Gandalf’s “Scatta Bad Boy” is slower and has a cleaner sound.

It’s not clear if Skrillex borrowed from Gandalf or not. But one thing is for sure: both producers scatta’d hard on their respective tracks.

The Results

Gandalf and Skrillex both scatta’d hard in their respected songs, but who scatta’d harder? In this post, we’ll take a look at the results of our analysis and see who truly scatta’d the hardest.

Who won?

In this epic battle of two musical titans, there can only be one winner. Who scatta’d harder in the face-off between Gandalf and Skrillex?

The results are in, and it seems that Gandalf was the clear winner! He managed to scatta with more force and power than Skrillex, and his scatts were more impressive overall. However, Skrillex should not be underestimated – he put up a good fight and nearly won!

What does this mean for the future of scatta’s?

The internet was set ablaze yesterday when a fan-made video of Gandalf the Grey vs. Skrillex in a scatta battle surfaced on YouTube. The video, which has since amassed over 2 million views, features the two titans of their respective genres thrust into an all-out dubstep battle royale.

So who won? Well, the answer is complicated. For one, both Gandalf and Skrillex are masters of their craft, so it’s hard to say definitively who came out on top. That being said, there are a few key factors that we can look at to determine a winner.

Firstly, let’s take a look at the scatta’s themselves. It’s clear that both artists put forth their best efforts, but there’s no denying that Skrillex’s scatta’s are more complex and technical than Gandalf’s. This is likely due to the fact that Skrillex is a producer first and foremost, whereas Gandalf is primarily a DJ. As such, Gandalf’s scatta’s are more straightforward and lack the same level of nuance and detail as Skrillex’s.

Secondly, we need to consider the overall energy and vibes of each artist. It’s clear that Gandalf is the more laid-back of the two, while Skrillex is known for his high-energy performances. This difference in energy levels is reflected in their scatta’s; Gandalf’s scatta’s are smooth and relaxed, while Skrillex’a are frantic and frenetic.

So who won? There’s no clear answer, but if we had to pick a winner based on the criteria above, we’d have to give it to Skrillex. His scatta’s may not be as technically proficient as Gandalf’s, but they more than make up for it in terms of energy and vibrancy.


In conclusion, both Gandalf and Skrillex are incredible artists who have made a significant impact in their respective realms. While Gandalf is undoubtedly the more experienced of the two, Skrillex’s fresh take on music has earned him a place among the greats. There is no clear winner in this battle, but we can all agree that they both scatta’d harder than anyone else out there.

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