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    Posted on 18-12-03, 10:11

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    1994-1995-1996 Anime Song Medley (2:53:24)


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    Posted on 18-12-04, 11:59

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    Johnny Hates Jazz - Shattered Dreams - 1986
    Level 42 - Lessons In Love - 1986
    Posted on 18-12-06, 05:19

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    Cash Out by Taj-He-Spitz

    ... Where am I?
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    Did I forgot to say "there are countries beyond just the United States of America"?
    Posted on 18-12-06, 14:46

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    This is pretty neat:
    An Underlying Problem - Shovel Knight (0CC-FamiTracker VRC6)

    Check the description for the NSF dropbox link.
    Posted on 18-12-10, 21:12
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    Metallica - One

    Listening from the CD (what 17 year old does that now?)
    Posted on 18-12-15, 00:38

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    "Hello everyone, welcome back to another episode of coding secrets..."

    My current setup: Super Famicom ("2/1/3" SNS-CPU-1CHIP-02) → SCART → OSSC → StarTech USB3HDCAP → AmaRecTV 3.10
    Posted on 18-12-16, 06:40

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    bttf soundtrack
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bah9qGe6eY
    Posted on 18-12-18, 05:06

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    Been on a "tracker music" kick

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5kMukDpGlc
    Posted on 18-12-18, 10:59

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    Posted by ndiddy
    Been on a "tracker music" kick
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5kMukDpGlc

    Speaking of tracker: nectarine is back

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    Posted on 18-12-20, 20:02

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    Best Boss Battles:

    Boss Battle 1
    Boss Battle 2
    Magus' Theme
    Lavos Final Boss Battle Theme
    Posted on 18-12-21, 05:16

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    You're missing the ACTUAL best boss battle theme
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIkKLskRYN8
    Posted on 18-12-21, 14:02
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    Posted by Broseph
    Best Boss Battles:

    Boss Battle 1
    Boss Battle 2
    Magus' Theme
    Lavos Final Boss Battle Theme


    I actually prefer Lavos's second form to the final battle.

    But Lavos is a chump anyways. Zophar knows where it's at.

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    Posted on 18-12-22, 20:28 (revision 1)
    Not from my cellphone

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    This: http://www.komatsuna-ya.com/~nekonomikan/dmc/cheetah.html

    Yes, you're reading it right: Someone made an arrangement album about Cheetahmen. YES, THE CHEETAHMEN, as seen in "Active Enterprises' Most Epic Fails" and in a couple of reviews by the AVGN. And it had to be a doujin circle, of all things!

    Normally I don't give a damn about Dangerous Mezashi Cat works, as they're not usually my cup of tea. Except that they managed to get Ayumi Nomiya to do the vocals for the first track. If you don't know her, I highgly suggest listening to the entire ALiCE'S EMOTiON library, as she is usually there doing delicious vocals for awesome Touhou arranges there. In fact, it's extremely unusual to find her performing vocals for works outside that circle (I'm aware that she has her own circle for her original works, but I've been unable to find more information, xfades, or even an actual rip), much less non-Touhou works!

    For that very reason alone I ended searching fucking everywhere for that goddamned album... just to met with dead links, unseeded torrents, and Chinese paywalls. Joy. Finally, after losing all hopes, some random anon at a (now defunct) message board brought the real deal. On lossless, no less! Go listen the album, it kicks your ass. And the cheetah's ass too.

    If you excuse me, I'll be busy trying to find which dicks I have to suck in Japan so I can get any CrazyBus arranges out there for the next Comiket. Or the M3, I'm not picky.

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    Posted on 18-12-22, 23:48 (revision 1)

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    Posted by CaptainJistuce

    I actually prefer Lavos's second form to the final battle.

    But Lavos is a chump anyways. Zophar knows where it's at.


    Well the nice thing with CT is you can make the Lavos fight as easy or as hard as you want. Last time I played the game I tried fighting Lavos at level ~35-36 I think -basically without doing any of the optional quests...Barely defeated the 2nd form and got literally one-shot-ed by his Grandstone attack (which did over 1k damage on all members). I'm sure it's doable at that level and with that equipment but it's tough (at the very least make sure you have protect and/or barrier to avoid getting one-shoted). I did the Sunstone quest and Robo's Ro(bo)mance/Mother factory quest..leveled up around 45 and it was a piece of cake (Crono-Marle-Frog with haste cast on the whole party, spamming their triple tech).
    Posted on 18-12-23, 00:23
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    Sorry, I didn't mean Lavos is a chump because he's easy. I meant he has inferior taste in music and a lack of ambition. Any jerkface can wreck a world, strip it of all its resources, and move on. Few can seize the power of creation from the gods and remake the world in their own image.

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    Posted on 18-12-23, 18:13 (revision 4)

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    meh,he's basically just your typical edgy,overly fragile troll. Zophar is every bland J-RPG trope all in one.The design of Lavos is more interesting and ultimately superior in its effectiveness as an antagonist,unlike the stereotypical villain who invariably turns out to be just another ineffective loser.

    Lavos has no ambition because it's essentially a giant scavenger, parasitic organism who fell and buried under the planet eons ago. There's no dumb "Gnya! I'm evil!" thing going on with it.

    Posted by tomman

    If you excuse me, I'll be busy trying to find which dicks I have to suck in Japan so I can get any CrazyBus arranges out there for the next Comiket. Or the M3, I'm not picky.


    Speaking of CrazyBus Light Crusader on the megadrive has some pretty catchy music and talented townsfolk in it as well

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elUFITzPhgQ&t=5m0s





    Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior soundtrack
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgiiSCFaNXk&list=PLK_2U4dS17sVUC6VPswU18M94bgkvBtel

    adding:

    Mad Max - Fury Road soundtrack
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbupgyHLrFc

    Rocky II soundtrack
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4BCED2999FC0F0D6
    Posted on 18-12-24, 00:17
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    Posted by DonJon
    meh,he's basically just your typical edgy,overly fragile troll. Zophar is every bland J-RPG trope all in one.The design of Lavos is more interesting and ultimately superior in its effectiveness as an antagonist,unlike the stereotypical villain who invariably turns out to be just another ineffective loser.

    Lavos has no ambition because it's essentially a giant scavenger, parasitic organism who fell and buried under the planet eons ago. There's no dumb "Gnya! I'm evil!" thing going on with it.

    Actually, the game strongly implies Lavos is highly intelligent. A failure to communicate doesn't mean the other party is a mindless beast.

    Also, many of the cliches present in the Lunar games weren't yet cliches when they came out.

    Most importantly, Zophar could kick Lavos' ass in a fight.

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    Posted on 19-01-10, 23:55

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    Super Metroid - Brinstar Red Soil Acapella

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    Posted on 19-01-23, 20:25

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    Queen Bee『Flame』Full Version「Dororo」OP
    I've been playing this almost non-stop since I found the full version.
    I really like something about this style of music, I don't know what the genre is called though. Does anyone know?

    I still have no idea what I'm talking about.
    Posted on 19-01-24, 03:30 (revision 1)

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    The new S4 SFV practice stage songs are surprisingly nice, especially 2

    The Grid 2 Theme
    The Grid 3 Theme

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    Roosevelt - Montreal
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