Favorite Eurobeat Series

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What is your favorite series of Eurobeat?

SEB
15
38%
Euromach
8
21%
Eurobeat Flash
7
18%
Maharaja Night
3
8%
Aerobeat Eurobeat
3
8%
That's Eurobeat!
1
3%
Eurobeat Fantasy
0
No votes
The Early Days of Super Eurobeat
2
5%
 
Total votes: 39

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Post by Chico Chico » Aug 16th, '04, 20:57

Ok... so here's the new question... Which series of Eurobeat do you like the best?

I was torn between SEB & Eurobeat Flash, but I'd have to say Eurobeat Flash has some awesome songs on it... Bad World... Bazooka Man... :D
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Post by Shawaazu » Aug 16th, '04, 21:24

I'd have to say the Early Days of SEB series. It's such a cool series, it has compilations of much of the songs pre 1995. The booklet even has pictures of the songs vinyl covers. The nonstops themselves are the best. Plus it has something for everyone. If you like female singers get Euro Lovers (watch out though it has many Norma songs :D), if you like Male singers get Euro Darkness but if you like a bit of both get Euro Fantasy, but I'm getting them all. Plus it has lyrics to all songs so if you need to know any of them just ask (well look which ones I have first LOL).

Thankyou for putting this series on the poll.

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Post by Nine » Aug 16th, '04, 23:53

Aerobeat Eurobeat <3
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Post by MAtRiCks » Aug 17th, '04, 04:12

how come europanic! isnt in the choices? Right now that serie is like REALLY growing on me, especially number 4 :D

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Post by Bore » Aug 17th, '04, 06:07

I'd go for Euromach personally, but I kinda love all of them....

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Post by Makke » Aug 20th, '04, 22:26

Nine Posted: Mon Aug 16, 2004 11:53 pm Post subject:

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Aerobeat Eurobeat <3
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Post by Chico Chico » Sep 28th, '04, 07:00

I'm having trouble rethinking this question... The more I listen to the different series, the more I like them all for their individual sounds... My top 5 would be:

1. Eurobeat Flash
2. SEB
3. Maharaja Nights HI-NRG Revolution
4. Euromach
5. That's Eurobeat!
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Post by Khaki_29uk » Oct 11th, '04, 22:26

I havent heard much outside of SEB and Euromach... even so I vote Euromach.

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Post by polishboy021 » Jan 11th, '05, 04:01

Definately SEB cause ITS REALLY GOOD (untill they started cuting the songs -_-)

P.S. alot of the poll options are SEB related lol (eurobeat fantasy)

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Post by K' » Jan 13th, '05, 03:25

Nothing says oldies like Eurobeat Flash...
It was such an amazing series
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Post by Paraclete » Feb 21st, '05, 14:18

ACTUALLY,IF THE EUROMACH SERIES HAVE EXTENDED VER,THAT'S PERFECT.
SEB 200
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Post by masamoto » Aug 25th, '06, 16:44

For me Maharaja Hi-NRG Revolution is the best. It has soo many good extended versions of good artists. Its also got my favorite pre 1995 songs like victim of love / david essex, everybody's dancing / frank torpedo, fly high / joe foster, summertime /annalise, seventies / mega nrg man

LOTS of Gino Caria names... if only he was still around

All in all all of my favorite songs / artists from my fav era

but number 2 & 3 is

2. VIP Mega Euro Star- very good stuff from saifam
3. Eurobeat flash- early HRG we never see otherwise

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Post by Crockett » Nov 8th, '15, 23:25

Who will explain the difference between SEB and Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution, will get from me my CDs collection 8) 8) 8)

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Post by Bonkers » Nov 9th, '15, 01:41

Crockett wrote:Who will explain the difference between SEB and Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution, will get from me my CDs collection 8) 8) 8)
I always felt like the Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution CDs were the outlet for the more aggressive & faster tracks.

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Post by Crockett » Nov 9th, '15, 13:45

Bonkers wrote:
Crockett wrote:Who will explain the difference between SEB and Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution, will get from me my CDs collection 8) 8) 8)
I always felt like the Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution CDs were the outlet for the more aggressive & faster tracks.
It's hard to estimate clearly, whether was some different criterion while arrange Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution tracklist. Maybe some more titles with Para Para words, because these compilations were connected with the discotheques? This is my one association. What who likes and where finds more favorite tracks, that's just subjective case. The point is Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revolution was parallel the same important series for SEB, the significant part of A.Beat-C. and Time Records music was released here. Keep in mind, that full discographies consist of vinyls (also on CDs) and releases only on these two series in Japan. You can't overlook nothing. Separation has no logical sense, it's as if reject the same what was on SEB.

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