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Found a youtube playlist for the FO4 radio mod, Boston Pirate Radio. Spent a good deal of time murdering round the wasteland to these tunes.

 

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It’s neat hearing how different a song can sound in a different key and arrangement. Howard’s got a good sound crew too.
 
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Its not inaccuate to say that despite never quite being the phenomenon Pokemon was, Digimon was still very popular - and to be honest had the much superior anime, except Adventure 02; fuck that one - and its movie, while a little disjointed actually had a pretty banging soundtrack.

And I'll be damned if 'One Week' by Barenaked Ladies didn't just fit its scenes in this movie like a glove.
 
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Got a distinctive melancholic grungy vocalist and sound that can imagine would be used in a film set in the 90s as a vague callback to them noises without having to maneuver around the clawing music label copyrights.

 
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Zykon TheLich

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Got a distinctive melancholic grungy vocalist and sound that can imagine would be used in a film set in the 90s as a vague callback to them noises without having to maneuver around the clawing music label copyrights.



It's like Layne Staley got off the gear and made some brighter stuff:

Edit: fuck, will fix second link later. Called days of the new.
Fixed! Woo!
 
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Digimon was still very popular - and to be honest had the much superior anime, except Adventure 02; fuck that one - and its movie, while a little disjointed actually had a pretty banging soundtrack.
That "movie" was not even actually a movie. All it was ova specials cut and edited to fit in to a "movie". Which explains certain plot holes in the script, why certain scenes are disjointed, or bare thread excuses how the kids got in America. It's been a long while, so I do not remember a lot.
 

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That "movie" was not even actually a movie. All it was ova specials cut and edited to fit in to a "movie".
That does explain a lot; I think they did the same thing years ago when they ‘made’ the Vehicle Force and Lion Force Voltron crossover movie.
 
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Amazing what can be self published these days. The Beatles supposedly had 4 tracks with which to make Sergent Pepper.

This one keeps me up at night. Dang it.



New release...

 

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I'm normally not a video game music dude, but I found some real bangers this week that I wish I could get on spotify

dude killin it on a harmonica

Goddamn if that isn't annoyingly catchie. Love this games music

Couple of catchie tunes from the Sandman TV show. I think one is The Corinthian's theme and the other one is from the Dinner. I wish Desire's theme was an actual song, its always almost starting which is kind of the point I guess.

The Corinthian's theme


Dinner I think. I wish Sppoky rock would make a come back. I miss Portishead.
 
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Proem's "Socially Inept" is one of those albums that found me at a time in my life when it couldn't have been more apropos: new to Texas, alone, shooting a lot of pool, drinking too much. I was dubbed "the odd duck" given I frequented the same bar, but never really talked to anyone. I made friends one drink at a time as other regulars finally decided to decode me, the guy who was always there, but never talked to anyone. Somehow, I made lot of friends that way.

I've actually chatted with Proem (Richard Baily) on Twitter. The poster of the first video pinned a comment about distancing themselves from Proem once learning Proem was a "Satanist." I asked Baily about that given its initial absurdity and... well... he IS a Satanist. Not in the robe-wearing, sacrificing goats, praising the prince of darkness sort of way, but more a militant atheist. The "Satanist" term is more an ironic twist in that they are so anti-religious, that they've created a religion out of it. He even went so far as to send me links to literature. I read some of it out of curiosity, and there's nothing "evil" about it; they actively distance themselves from any form of organized religious belief; there's no "spirituality" about it. They basically live by the tenant that you should live your life and that should not interfere with the lives of others, i.e.: treat others as you would like to be treated.