Today's song for me is by an artiste I hope would make a comeback in the future, I love hearing her.
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This is a hard list actually, I have actually started to really appreciate the label only after Malvicino replaced Festari. I have a few from the older days I would pick but even then, I don't listen to them on a regular basis. That said, I am listing them in year release order for this. I am exclud...
1. Love Love Love / Fastway At last a Fastway track that actually has some meat around the bones unlike the ironically titled "Got The Power". The song structure is about 85% identical to 239's 'Go Kooky Go', which I thought was a huge flaw at first as I didn't have the best impression of the song,...
13. DOLLARS GO / LUCKY BOY Been a while since Malvicino appeared on SEB. Powerful sounding preview, definitely expecting nothing less. :) It's Anthony McBazooka who is singing 8) Well, my bad, seems like we have another eurobeater besides Ken Blast who has made it to SEB then. I don't venture out o...
Manuel certainly isn't stranger to suggestive lyrics in his eurobeat, just look at his three previous songs for example, it's full of double meanings but I think that's what makes his song nowadays pretty fun to listen to if you ask me
Well, gotta carry on tradition after a long break of SEB. :grin: 01. LOVE LOVE LOVE / FASTWAY I actually wrote off this track fairly quick when I first saw the para preview due to how stupidly similar it sounds to Go Kooky Go, which I did not like. Surprisingly, it worked much better on this track a...
- Mar 23rd, '17, 05:09
- Forum: Eurobeat Talk
- Topic: BEST Eurobeat song OF ALL TIME?
- Replies: 44
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A slightly more recent one I always revisit is Black Shadow / Powerful T , it's melancholic tone along with it's midtempo, super catchy and easy to sing melody makes this one bullseye above bullseye for me. The only issue I have is with it's too short length, but other than that, it's awesome. As fa...
Awesome song with a great atmosphere, definitely one of De Jorio's best in my opinion. Some parts of the vocal sections could definitely use more meat though, like the end of the chorus.
Ring Of Fire / Dave Rodgers (Extended Version)