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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Four Suited Jack, Aug 12, 2011.
It's just like one of my Japanese animes!
Not too bad, the different sounds kind of run together at points and wash each other out, but not too bad. 7/10.
It is from an anime. Never watched it but I think it's the one with cannibals in it.
7/10 That's the character from Skullgirls, right?
Was gonna use Dead Girl as a name but I dont know how to change your username here.
I don't think you can change your username here.
I remember Hassknecht saying something about how to change your username. Anyways back to topic.
One of the Miyazakis I haven't seen. Nice, pleasant score for what is probably a really good movie. 9/10
That sounds pretty good. Reminds me of that Megaman 2 remix 9/10.
Very nice and professional but a little too 'clean' and clinical for me. 7/10.
Here's a bunch of Finnish dudes playing Thunderstruck redneck-style.
I think I've seen these guys perform live. Good stuff.
7/10 for Finnish barn band.
8/10 good song (and good OST as a whole)
Traditional Bulgarian song Kaval Sviri, considered by modern Japan producers to be timelessly awesome enough for re-voicing and putting it in Ghost in the Shell:
That had a very nice melody going for it. It was just a tad too short and lacked a kinda climax. Anyway, liked it. 8/10
I appreciate the usage of accordions anywhere, everywhere, everytime. Little bit of chaotic, but it is catchy. 9/10
I remember when (some 20 years or so ago) we made fake lyrics for that that were about anal sex and had it in our minds to sing it in a bar karaoke (but didn't). It was... groovy. 8/10
10/10 Can't say anymore, just great.
7/10 Too much noise, ain't fun of this genre
7/10 Liked it a fair amount
8/10 Rock or metal with choir is amazing imo, 8/10 song.
3/10 that song was bad and you should feel bad for posting it. Ok, 7/10 it won me over. GO COMMUNISM!