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Posted: 09 Sep 2014, 12:05
by Darkholme
Wain L - Rhythm in Japan

First Wain L song, one of the very best.

I love songs that sound the lyrics were written in all-caps

BEAT FREAK DANCING'
GET THE RHYTHM IN JAPAAAAN :grin:

Posted: 10 Sep 2014, 14:55
by jeurobeat
Darkholme wrote:Wain L - Rhythm in Japan

First Wain L song, one of the very best.

I love songs that sound the lyrics were written in all-caps

BEAT FREAK DANCING'
GET THE RHYTHM IN JAPAAAAN :grin:
Great choice! Mike Hammer - Shock Me comes to mind, it was released in the same period. But I'll choose Mike Skanner (pun to Mike Hammer) with Money For Nothing for today.

Posted: 12 Sep 2014, 04:57
by Tiger
WHITE LOVE (EUROBEAT MIX) / SPEED

very awesome j-euro song.

Posted: 14 Sep 2014, 04:24
by drnrg
jeurobeat
Great choice! Mike Hammer - Shock Me comes to mind, it was released in the same period. But I'll choose Mike Skanner (pun to Mike Hammer) with Money For Nothing for today.
Not only a pun to Mike Hammer , but also to the song "Hot Love". Both came out around the TIME of Pasquini/Newfield fued.

Mike Skanner - Hot Dog.
Lyrics with double meaning?

Posted: 14 Sep 2014, 21:05
by M2-EB
drnrg wrote:Mike Skanner - Hot Dog.
Lyrics with double meaning?
Do you still doubt? hahahahahaha
Eurobeat being awesome by having these kind of lyrics.

Out Of Control - De Niro
I've listened this for more than 1 hour and 1/2 yesterday, wow.
(that's what happen when you're not too well and try to "eurobeat" the problems off hehe)

Posted: 15 Sep 2014, 01:00
by Vinylyarou
Today's song is: Dave Rodgers featuring Jennifer Batten - Fly

Solid riff, nice guitars (of course, it's J. Batten) and MINDBLOWING TRUMPETS (?? I know nothing about musical instruments, but the thing that sounds after the "Flyyyyy" is super amazing).

P.S.: Hai everyone :D

Posted: 15 Sep 2014, 09:13
by SuperEuroJimmy
That would be a synthesizer. :P

Posted: 15 Sep 2014, 19:18
by jeurobeat
drnrg wrote:Not only a pun to Mike Hammer , but also to the song "Hot Love". Both came out around the TIME of Pasquini/Newfield fued.

Mike Skanner - Hot Dog.
Indeed, which was only right, because Hot Love was copied from Gunfire for a large part. Not the first and certainly not the last song Newfield 'borrowed'. For today, I choose Alexis - Somebody Tonight, which wasn't entirely original either, but it was very well sung, arranged and produced! Gubinelli was excellent for eurobeat! Check out the last version as well.

Posted: 16 Sep 2014, 00:18
by Lebon14
"Diamond Eyes" by Vanessa (Maharaja Hi-NRG Revolution Vol.3)

Discovered that song when I was exploring Maharja Hi-NRG Revolution series...

Posted: 16 Sep 2014, 01:31
by Vinylyarou
Denise - Eternity


I really like songs with that spanish flavor.

Posted: 16 Sep 2014, 02:01
by M2-EB
Days Of Thunder - Vicky Vale

First time I ever heard this and what? Gets stuck in my head so easily hahahaha such fine song…

Posted: 16 Sep 2014, 09:34
by drnrg
For today I go with
TIME records Dave Hammond - Sound Of My Heart
sung by Gino Caria and inspired from Bronski Beat's huge New wave hit

Posted: 16 Sep 2014, 15:53
by Bonkers
Ken Hunter-Taxi Driver
SEB 65 (Which just came in the mail last week!)

Posted: 17 Sep 2014, 10:19
by WNight
My song for today is not very 'eurobeat-ish', but nonetheless, still epic.

Today's song:
Sunrise ~You Will Always Be Alive~ / David Dima

Posted: 17 Sep 2014, 22:43
by Vinylyarou
Today's song (or song of the week) is:

Cherry - Yes I Will

I've been working on a (Stepmania) simfile for this song and that's why It has been forcedly stucked in my mind. Anyways it's an excellent song. <3