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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Transypoo » Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:38 am

So... apparently they couldn't figure out how to Transform Sunstreaker properly... Also, the guy doll is an old school ken head on a G.I. Joe body and the girl a Barbie head on a Cool Girl body...

Ah, yes, the badly cell-shaded CG Appleseed movies. I forgot how impressive the cityscapes were...

Over all they have, what I would say, is a more Grungy Daft Punk sound.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Skids » Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:25 pm

Foreigner is as good as ever, I think, with their new lead vocalist, Kelly Hansen (replacing Lou Gramm...seriously, Gramm fans are sometimes like G1ers...violently rejecting the new guy, even though he SOUNDS LIKE GRAMM did in the 70's, and yet doesn't sound like he's just doing an impersonation). This new album sounds like Foreigner in their second or third album, before they went more 80's metal...I like. These are some of the ones that have been getting a lot of play on my iPod.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udYbm0zu67c
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ad42zkMa7I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DMtAGM6McQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9njObR8GhQ

I do kinda wish Mick Jones, the guitarist and band founder, did at least one vocal track on the new album. Something that made the band interesting originally was that it was this mix of a British guy who was sort of the "5th Beatle" and a power-vocal American singer from upstate NY.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby ShadeC4 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:54 am

Transypoo wrote:Over all they have, what I would say, is a more Grungy Daft Punk sound.

Apparently what they do is called "new rave." It's the style I've grown to be into. I love every track I've heard by Hadouken! so far. & I wanna get into other artists since, of course, I've overplayed Hadouken! :p & I don't wanna leave this style...
I love the upbeat appeal to it. Yet it still retains what I love of what I used to primarily listen to. Really fits with how I've grown/changed.

Transypoo wrote:So... apparently they couldn't figure out how to Transform Sunstreaker properly... Also, the guy doll is an old school ken head on a G.I. Joe body and the girl a Barbie head on a Cool Girl body...

Talk about nitpicky! lol Does it really matter what mods they did or how poorly they were transformed? :p I just sit back & enjoy the video as a music video.

Transypoo wrote:Ah, yes, the badly cell-shaded CG Appleseed movies. I forgot how impressive the cityscapes were...

Great movies I say.

You realize, though, that they were all being shown off more for the music, right? ;p I'm just glad that they're vids actually uploaded/done by the band.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Transypoo » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:21 pm

Hey, you show me a link, I respond with my thoughts... those were my thoughts.
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Postby ShadeC4 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:19 pm

Transypoo wrote:Hey, you show me a link, I respond with my thoughts... those were my thoughts.

Yeah, you're right... & I can't think of a way to elaborate on that without coming off as sarcastic so I'll stop there. ::3: I do wanna say, though, that I never thought of that while replying. Been so long since I didn't take a possibility into account. :blank:
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Transypoo » Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:57 pm

Cute, vocaloids, eh?

Currently, I can neither confirm nor deny Bob the Dog's musical preferences. But being a dog she'd probably howl along with it.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby ShadeC4 » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:20 pm

I recall in an e-mail Bob saying she likes danceable stuff. ::3:

Oh & apparently DaniwellP there just does stuff with/for Vocaloid. They're listed separately so I don't think there's a direct connection.
DaniwellP is the person who did the original version of the Nyan Cat song (actual title is "Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!") It's actually vocal-less.
The version used on the Nyan Cat video has vocals by Momone Momo.

Personally I prefer the Momone Momo version & various remixes thereof. The one without vocals irritates me cause I keep wanting to hear "Nya nya nya nya nya nya." 8D
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Transypoo » Sat Jun 25, 2011 5:55 pm

Yeah, they gave them characters stuff, but in actuality they're just programs anyone can buy.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby ShadeC4 » Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:29 am

Yeah, I know but I don't know if that song was made with Vocaloid or not. It's not impossible to make similar sounding stuff without it. ;p

Heck, I don't even know what all Vocaloid DOES. Never used it myself since it's a pay program & seems to do stuff that a free program I already have does. Just with the addition of anime style characters & the ability to directly make a video there with. So it doesn't appeal to me in terms of use...
In terms of just enjoying the music & videos that I'm fine with. :p
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby Transypoo » Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:09 pm

:happy4: PONIES!

Good remix! One of the few not annoying ones on Youtube.
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Re: Recommendations for music, radio & anythin audio-related

Postby ShadeC4 » Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:46 pm

It's by the same guy who did this. :smile:
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