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Post by Ricfiam » 14 Sep 2009, 16:44

Wow! After many emails and begs to LMS - they finally put Joe D.Toaster - Samurai Samurai on the next release! Most wanted for me the extended for a long time ago!
very good songs, congrat,.!!


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Post by Javy » 14 Sep 2009, 18:27

Lol great tracklist on that release but TERRIBLE artwork as usual lol its sooo gay XD I definitely like Ninjatronic. I look forward to tomorrow
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Post by zoupzuop2 » 14 Sep 2009, 23:20

Javy wrote:Lol great tracklist on that release but TERRIBLE artwork as usual lol its sooo gay XD I definitely like Ninjatronic. I look forward to tomorrow
Maki Ubermach does a fine job with the drawings. The rest of the art (the background and lettering) could stand a boost, I agree.

Ninjatronic is okay, but I was VASTLY more impressed by Demolition Man (even if it is a bit monotone); it's the kind of catchiness they've lacked as of late and I really am glad to hear it again.
I'm Gonna Trance Again caught me off guard! A reference to Magnoni's trip as Mr. Lobotron, perhaps? It's very much in the same vein as "Searching For A Hero" from the first Tornado & Friends, and the synth is FANTASTIC! Easily my first purchase of the album when the time comes. Carumba Que Rumba sounds like Rimonti is trying for different kinds of choruses, speaking a bit slower than usual... and the good kind of riff is back! Another smash-hit that's far more worthy of SEB space than previous entries.
Garcon sounded a bit different in Spyder Rider's prechorus. Synth is definitely a nice twist; it's chord-based but still very HRG. I like it a lot, something I wish I could say for the next song. Eurobeat Around the Clock struck me as generic Mote Mote... not a bad thing at all, but it sounds VERY much like another song from the same name. The organ hits are a tad jarring.
Samurai Samurai is definitely Mr. Festari in his most concentrated form, isn't it? It's catchy if a bit odd. Riff's a little hard to follow for me, but it's nice. Not bad, I may catch this one after I've enjoyed some of the stronger hits.
Rock 'N Roll Royce is much more recent, I can definitely hear that much. Reminds me a lot of a slower On The Road Again To The Show, in a good way. The verses are stronger than the chorus for some reason.
Oh Mamma Mia... reminds me a lot of the first Parapara Angels Mooo & Cool in a way. Magnoni sounds nice as usual, the riff isn't as strong as I wish it could be. (Hey, a hit-based synth sound! HRG IS aware of GGM after all...)
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Post by #Infinity » 15 Sep 2009, 02:10

Woo, it's basically BeatZooka Vol. 3 because it's yet another all-male compilation.

By far my favorite track of that bunch is Oh Mamma Mia with its all-around excellently-inspired tune and interesting yet smooth phrase progression. Ninjatronic, I'm Gonna Trance Tonight, and Eurobeat Around The Clock are pretty cool, too. Rock N Roll Royce is a little disappointing to me, as I was hoping for something more unique and effective, but it isn't terrible. Samurai Samurai sounds quite different from what I was expecting, but it too sounds like a really nice, quirky track.
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Post by UFOPOLI » 17 Sep 2009, 13:30

Javy wrote:its sooo gay XD
... which is usually synonymous with "good" :!:

A lot of good stuff there. Especial thumbs up for Ninjatronic.
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Post by Javy » 17 Sep 2009, 13:31

Nah but gay I meant terrible and very homosexual
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Post by the_ditz » 17 Sep 2009, 18:59

Javy wrote:Nah but gay I meant terrible and very homosexual
Oh dear, I'm not really sure that I want to be around for the backlash against that statement...

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Post by #Infinity » 17 Sep 2009, 20:50

Seriously, "gay" jokes are really not funny at all.
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Post by drnrg » 18 Sep 2009, 09:06

Out of all those covers HRG Attack did I only liked the latest Bazooka Girls are back and those sonic boom babes. Not too fond of those cartoony sleeves, but I wouldn't say it's gay either. The covers do not fit the style of the songs, like if it was for children . Remeber Euromach? terrible terrible covers.

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Post by Javy » 18 Sep 2009, 12:58

#Infinity wrote:Seriously, "gay" jokes are really not funny at all.
I wasn't making a joke. I honestly think that isthe most homosexual cover for a eurobeat compilation I've ever scene. And it doesn't fit the style of the music at all.
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Post by MAtRiCks » 18 Sep 2009, 20:42

drnrg wrote:Out of all those covers HRG Attack did I only liked the latest Bazooka Girls are back and those sonic boom babes. Not too fond of those cartoony sleeves, but I wouldn't say it's gay either. The covers do not fit the style of the songs, like if it was for children . Remeber Euromach? terrible terrible covers.
Whaaaaaaat!!! :o

I loooved Euromach's cartoony art covers, I find it's much more interesting than sketchy models in questionable costumes/accessories and poses :P It looks more japanese than childish to me, and cartoons aren't exactly a child thing in Japan anyways.

This cd sounds very cool, makes me think I should be catching up with all that new Hi NRG stuff I've left pass me by these last months. I just wish I could have them in mixed format for my I-Pod... I don't like having the song go twice when I'm working out & such, it's just more repetitive.

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Post by Lebon14 » 18 Sep 2009, 23:54

I agree with Matricks. I love anime-style covers!
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Post by drnrg » 19 Sep 2009, 02:41

I don't completely hate animi, so long as it's Japanese Animi Gore like Gorgon 13, Vampire Hunter D. The goreier the better, but I don't like the connection with Animi and Eurobeat.

I don't think this would even help the genre if they ever plan to cross over to the states.

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Post by MAtRiCks » 19 Sep 2009, 04:13

drnrg wrote:I don't completely hate animi, so long as it's Japanese Animi Gore like Gorgon 13, Vampire Hunter D. The goreier the better, but I don't like the connection with Animi and Eurobeat.

I don't think this would even help the genre if they ever plan to cross over to the states.
This I must agree, although I don't really think Eurobeat is viable in any way over here in North America...

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Post by Nine » 20 Sep 2009, 00:15

Javy wrote:
#Infinity wrote:Seriously, "gay" jokes are really not funny at all.
I wasn't making a joke. I honestly think that isthe most homosexual cover for a eurobeat compilation I've ever scene. And it doesn't fit the style of the music at all.
I agree with Javy, I think the cover is really queer looking. XD
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