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« Reply #2190 on: April 28, 2016, 02:28:49 AM »

A lot of people on my social media feeds are squee-ing over Babymetal's US debut, and quite frankly, I never got into Babymetal.  Yes I adore both death metal and J-pop, but not Babymetal. 


Hey Din, I'm curious if you want to share the JPOP you like?
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« Reply #2191 on: April 28, 2016, 02:34:08 PM »

A lot of people on my social media feeds are squee-ing over Babymetal's US debut, and quite frankly, I never got into Babymetal.  Yes I adore both death metal and J-pop, but not Babymetal. 


Hey Din, I'm curious if you want to share the JPOP you like?

I can't stop listening to the album "Blau" by Eir Aoi.  That's my kind of J-Pop.  Every song on that album is great, but my favorite is Avalon Blue.

Oh, and I listen to "Light up my Love" from the game Cytus every night.  I use it to time my 2 minute plank, which is part of my after-dinner exercises.
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« Reply #2192 on: April 28, 2016, 09:55:47 PM »

A lot of people on my social media feeds are squee-ing over Babymetal's US debut, and quite frankly, I never got into Babymetal.  Yes I adore both death metal and J-pop, but not Babymetal. 


Hey Din, I'm curious if you want to share the JPOP you like?

I can't stop listening to the album "Blau" by Eir Aoi.  That's my kind of J-Pop.  Every song on that album is great, but my favorite is Avalon Blue.

Oh, and I listen to "Light up my Love" from the game Cytus every night.  I use it to time my 2 minute plank, which is part of my after-dinner exercises.

Oh I came across Eir Aoi, via some anime or something, she's pretty cool!

I've never heard of Cytus, but it looks interesting, maybe I'll check it out (and so music as well) =-)
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« Reply #2193 on: April 29, 2016, 11:28:51 AM »

A lot of people on my social media feeds are squee-ing over Babymetal's US debut, and quite frankly, I never got into Babymetal.  Yes I adore both death metal and J-pop, but not Babymetal. 


Hey Din, I'm curious if you want to share the JPOP you like?

I can't stop listening to the album "Blau" by Eir Aoi.  That's my kind of J-Pop.  Every song on that album is great, but my favorite is Avalon Blue.

Oh, and I listen to "Light up my Love" from the game Cytus every night.  I use it to time my 2 minute plank, which is part of my after-dinner exercises.

Oh I came across Eir Aoi, via some anime or something, she's pretty cool!

I've never heard of Cytus, but it looks interesting, maybe I'll check it out (and so music as well) =-)

"Green Garden Pop" by Yui is another one I've been listening to a lot lately.  It has a nice airy vibe to it.
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« Reply #2194 on: April 29, 2016, 01:02:29 PM »

Just listening to random anime stuff and then...
Some of A-Rise - Private Wars (Love Live) sounds like something straight out of IOSYS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEdNtlP_94U&feature=youtu.be&t=142

If you don't know IOSYS, they remix Touhou songs (http://www.iosysos.com/).
There are serious songs and goofy songs pretty much.
Examples (yeah, these all have ads, content id thingy from IOSYS - at least they don't takedown):
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN_K-nU5lEE
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlZGXbCsQfk
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8ZXID1tPXs
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc8GNaED3Ok

The last one also happens to be the source of this pretty well known meme:
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« Reply #2195 on: May 01, 2016, 10:25:21 PM »

A lot of people on my social media feeds are squee-ing over Babymetal's US debut, and quite frankly, I never got into Babymetal.  Yes I adore both death metal and J-pop, but not Babymetal. 


Hey Din, I'm curious if you want to share the JPOP you like?

I can't stop listening to the album "Blau" by Eir Aoi.  That's my kind of J-Pop.  Every song on that album is great, but my favorite is Avalon Blue.

Oh, and I listen to "Light up my Love" from the game Cytus every night.  I use it to time my 2 minute plank, which is part of my after-dinner exercises.

Oh I came across Eir Aoi, via some anime or something, she's pretty cool!

I've never heard of Cytus, but it looks interesting, maybe I'll check it out (and so music as well) =-)

"Green Garden Pop" by Yui is another one I've been listening to a lot lately.  It has a nice airy vibe to it.

Sounds neat! I checked out the other ones and did enjoy, I didn't know Eir had such a large music library to be honest only knew a few anime songs.

Ahem, this one is from Rune Factory 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjzqBO8QVBM
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« Reply #2196 on: May 02, 2016, 04:25:05 PM »

Yeah, Eir Aoi got her start with anime songs before creating her album.  In a similar way, one of Ayumi Hamasaki's first songs was the intro song for Thousand Arms (back in 1998) and after that, she became huge.  I respect her as an artist, because she wanted to be her own entity, do things here way and not just be a record company's puppet.  In much the same way, Domino from Pool of Thorns (the band I used to play in) could have easily become famous years ago if she had sold out and become a puppet pop princess, but she wants to do her music on her terms with her preferred people surrounding her (especially bandmates.)

Anyway, song of the moment is "Evening Star" by DragonForce.  When I had my iPod on random in my car, this song came on and I just couldn't stop listening to it for a while.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOL6magAPsU
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« Reply #2197 on: May 03, 2016, 01:39:27 AM »

Yeah, Eir Aoi got her start with anime songs before creating her album.  In a similar way, one of Ayumi Hamasaki's first songs was the intro song for Thousand Arms (back in 1998) and after that, she became huge.  I respect her as an artist, because she wanted to be her own entity, do things here way and not just be a record company's puppet.  In much the same way, Domino from Pool of Thorns (the band I used to play in) could have easily become famous years ago if she had sold out and become a puppet pop princess, but she wants to do her music on her terms with her preferred people surrounding her (especially bandmates.)

Anyway, song of the moment is "Evening Star" by DragonForce.  When I had my iPod on random in my car, this song came on and I just couldn't stop listening to it for a while.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOL6magAPsU

Whoa! I didn't know that about Ayumi hrmm cool stuff! =-)

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« Reply #2198 on: May 03, 2016, 10:59:52 PM »

Brian Eno - Fickle Sun Pt. 1

Okay grabbed this last weekend, didn't get a chance to listen to it but GODDAMN the horns that come in around the 7 minute mark? It's like Red House Painters meets Mt. Eerie.

... Only downside is that Eno sounds... heartbreakingly Bowie-ish here.
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