ParaPara Tutorial on paper

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ParaPara Tutorial on paper

Post by DarkSky » 21 Mar 2008, 06:31

Dear E-P'rs,
I am going to have a Korean Eurobeat album that contains ParaPara routines.

But a guy sent me some photo's and he says the booklet contain ParaPara routines.
I saw on the photo that the album contained a booklet with those routines!

Anyone had something like this before?
And was it hard to learn?

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Post by Shawaazu » 21 Mar 2008, 06:55

Euromach 1 booklet had the routine to Suck A Bazooka and the Winnie The Pooh CD came with a sheet for the routine to Winnie The Pooh.

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Post by SuperEuroJimmy » 21 Mar 2008, 12:20

ParaParaMax (at least the US versions) had drawn routines in the booklets too.

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Post by Will154 » 21 Mar 2008, 21:14

yes Velfarre 2000 has also a drawed routine somewhere...its not unusual. Like Shawaazu said , Euromach had some.

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Post by d-tan » 23 Mar 2008, 00:49

A couple of Japanese fashion magazines aimed at ganguro gals awhile ago used to have them (like egg and Ego System).

There's a couple of ParaPara magazine books as well, the most recent ones being the Gazen ParaPara Paradise ones.

They're kinda hard to learn from if you can't read what languages the instructions are in! The Japanese have a specific way to call moves and describe how to do the moves in a short manner... so yeah :P
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Post by Tiger » 23 Mar 2008, 21:52

hey that's not korean... i've been looking for it too because i like the mr. beat stuff... mamy and chat line 1.2.3.4. have good routines :P

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Post by d-tan » 23 Mar 2008, 22:00

It's originally Japanese, but during a period of time the Koreans released some Japanese ParaPara CDs domestically. For example, my EuroPanic vol. 1 is a Korean release but it's the same thing... except it was cheaper :P
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Post by d-tan » 24 Mar 2008, 17:12

I forgot about these, I took pictures of this awhile ago!

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This was featured in the "Anipara Kids" CD. It's for the "Cutie Honey" dance, which was later featured on the Natsu Monogatari 2007 DVD :)
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Post by DarkSky » 24 Mar 2008, 20:27

Tiger wrote:hey that's not korean... i've been looking for it too because i like the mr. beat stuff... mamy and chat line 1.2.3.4. have good routines :P
So you like Mamy aswell.
I'm searching for ages for an extented version of that song!

Tomorrow I will receive the CD with the non-stop version.
Sadly enough 1:25minutes long :(

I'm now trying to find the Japanese version of this album, seems to be pretty hard to find!

@D-tan
Thanks for the pictures, Indeed.. it looks hard to learn.
but i'm going to try it!

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Post by Tiger » 26 Mar 2008, 04:19

DarkSky wrote:
Tiger wrote:hey that's not korean... i've been looking for it too because i like the mr. beat stuff... mamy and chat line 1.2.3.4. have good routines :P
So you like Mamy aswell.
I'm searching for ages for an extented version of that song!
it's on a Crossover Records vinyl along with Freejack / Welcome to Gamma... unfortunately the vinyl is kind of rare though yeah :(

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Post by DarkSky » 26 Mar 2008, 06:35

Oh my gawd :(
Freejack - Welcome to gamma is my 2nd favourite song :(

But i'll do my best and I will try to find it :razz:

It seems that Radio City has released some cds;
Hyper Euro Nights vol 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

Including extended versions of many songs on this album.

By the way Tiger, do you have Cyber-Eurobeat original?

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I haven't received the album yesterday, so I think i will receive it today.
Dutch post is pretty slow after easter.

I can't wait to learn those routines.

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Post by Tiger » 26 Mar 2008, 19:51

DarkSky wrote:It seems that Radio City has released some cds;
Hyper Euro Nights vol 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8


By the way Tiger, do you have Cyber-Eurobeat original?
Are you sure about that? I thought Hibiya Radio City only had 3 CDs...

and no, i wish I had the original :( just can't find it on auctions often really

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Post by DarkSky » 27 Mar 2008, 06:37

Tiger, let's talk by PM..

@ontopic;
Man i am still trying to learn this routine, but it's too hard for me when it's on paper.

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