SEB Package to be released on iTunes in November

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Post by trainerkelly » 26 Nov 2008, 07:39

...I think hearing this news just totally blew my current depression away. Wh00t!

=O Now, to spam all my friends to buy the songs. *gets shot*
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Post by drnrg » 26 Nov 2008, 08:08

I don't do itunes, but I'll wait for Juno. Those SCP tracks sound cool, but I want the real hard to get gems like SCP's unreleased Euromach extendeds. Emphasis on the bold type.

Thomas Lee- Midnight
Doctor Stranger- Touch Me Baby
Rocky- Nightmare
Mel & Kim- Go Go To Heaven
Dave McCloud- Go Get Ready
Tiger Shark- Be One
Dave Mc Cloud- Street Of Fire
Kika- In Your Eyes
Doctor Stranger- Gotta Be My babe
Christine- Crazy Generation
Dusty- Mystery
Melissa White - L.O.V.E. You & Me
Kite - Always On My Mind



Jion
Lol... why does everyone use the word soundworlds? I don't think you guys are using it quite the same way Newfield was the one time he said it.
To me soundworlds are the different style and instruments each label uses. ex: The underwater soundworlds, the spacey soundwolrds, the rocky soundworlds. Doesn't really matter how it's meant to be used, as long as we understand each other.

Same thing with words like Riff, chord proggession, Synths as opposed to sabi, a-mello and b-mellow wich sound lame to me.

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Post by zoupzuop2 » 26 Nov 2008, 08:14

drnrg wrote: To me soundworlds are the different style and instruments each label uses. ex: The underwater soundworlds, the spacey soundwolrds, the rocky soundworlds. Doesn't really matter how it's meant to be used, as long as we understand each other.
I pretty much see it the same way too.
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Post by Nine » 26 Nov 2008, 09:14

As far as I know, you'll be waiting a long time for these to appear on Juno, drnrg... avex released these with itunes in mind. Though, I bet if they sell really well, avex would start thinking about expanding to Juno. :)
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Post by DJ Mike TJG » 26 Nov 2008, 09:41

I concur - Juno seems very unlikely at this time given its far more European presence than Japan where at least iTunes is very well established.

I snapped up the first Ace album without hesitation - I've been dying to get most of those songs in extended for ages!!! :D

Now here's hoping for a Christine album!!

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Post by the_ditz » 26 Nov 2008, 09:57

Jion wrote:Lol... why does everyone use the word soundworlds? I don't think you guys are using it quite the same way Newfield was the one time he said it.
Exactly. The word sound be "synths" - soundworlds is a fabled word that only appears on this forum from what I can see...

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Post by Bore » 26 Nov 2008, 10:04

Didn't we already have a conversation about the word "soundworld" here previously? I was asked what it meant in my reviews years ago and gave the same answer I am going to give now. It's a word that derives from the Finnish equivalent and since there was no direct equivalent in English it did get adapted due to bulky language I guess. I really do think everyone can imagine for themselves what the meaning of the word is, if not. Then big deal :P but I at least think it's a good word that actually defines the whole essence of the sounds used in a specific song/album.

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Post by Shawaazu » 26 Nov 2008, 10:25

NIKO KICKBOXING HEY HEY!! :D

I just ordered another itunes gift card, so I can get more stuff hahaha

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Post by Mikaeru » 26 Nov 2008, 11:39

Bore wrote:Didn't we already have a conversation about the word "soundworld" here previously? I was asked what it meant in my reviews years ago and gave the same answer I am going to give now. It's a word that derives from the Finnish equivalent and since there was no direct equivalent in English it did get adapted due to bulky language I guess. I really do think everyone can imagine for themselves what the meaning of the word is, if not. Then big deal :P but I at least think it's a good word that actually defines the whole essence of the sounds used in a specific song/album.
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It's a perfectly cromulent expression.

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Post by Jay » 26 Nov 2008, 16:54

Jion wrote:Lol... why does everyone use the word soundworlds? I don't think you guys are using it quite the same way Newfield was the one time he said it.
Revelation of the day: words can and usually do have slight variations in meaning. Shocking, I know!

I never knew Newfield used that word. I adopted it from Bore's reviews and use it in the same way he described. What's wrong with that?

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Post by wolftickets1969 » 26 Nov 2008, 17:03

So is Sinclairestyle "owned" by Avex as well?

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Post by DarkSky » 26 Nov 2008, 17:27

I want that unreleased song by la gatta :(

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Post by para_rigby » 26 Nov 2008, 17:46

It's a perfectly cromulent expression.
Hell, this whole iTunes business just might embiggen the popularity of SEB now

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Post by zoupzuop2 » 26 Nov 2008, 19:19

para_rigby wrote:
It's a perfectly cromulent expression.
Hell, this whole iTunes business just might embiggen the popularity of SEB now
Not directly, I'm sure, but I imagine the increased accessibility will make it at least profitable somewhat for Avex.
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Post by para_rigby » 26 Nov 2008, 19:49

zoupzuop2 wrote:
para_rigby wrote:
It's a perfectly cromulent expression.
Hell, this whole iTunes business just might embiggen the popularity of SEB now
Not directly, I'm sure, but I imagine the increased accessibility will make it at least profitable somewhat for Avex.
I know what you meant, I was trying to make a good pun with cromulent and embiggen. Shame on me.

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