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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by drnrg » Apr 14th, '17, 05:12

xiao wrote:
Apr 13th, '17, 19:07
Crockett wrote:The t-shirt was only a project, never been started the sale by Go Go's Music. :(
You can keep the T-shirt & I'll keep the cute Oliva :D🐝

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Oh Wow <3 . very attractive indeed. can't wait to hear her debut single.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Crockett » Apr 14th, '17, 13:45

I doubt, she's a professional model, so she would sing long time ago if she would like or can.

It was just our offtopic about producing ambitions of Xiao and his female dream-team. Well Roger, you might think to be private photographer in Mantova instead. :D :D :D

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by xiao » Apr 14th, '17, 18:39

Crockett wrote:It was just our offtopic about producing ambitions of Xiao and his female dream-team. Well Roger, you might think to be private photographer in Mantova instead. :D :D :D
I am the Andrej Lupin of the Eurobeat world! Image Or call me Rogetté ~ my RL name is like sooo manly it hurts haha! :D Image ✨

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Lebon14 » Apr 15th, '17, 00:37

xiao wrote:
Apr 13th, '17, 21:19
Lebon14 wrote:You damn know I won't. :P
At least take a pic when it gets there! :P

If our posts on this small forum that's been around longer than social media could influence future SEB's ...

Wouldn't you venture a shot at it ^^ ?
Maybe. No promises.
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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by xiao » Apr 15th, '17, 13:15

Lebon14 wrote:Maybe. No promises.
Gewd enough :grin: ~ I'm a sucker for cool covers & this one's looking pretty nice with the jade green theme & stuff ... but yeah God willing we get Matt Land & other dearly missed artists this decade haha! :x 🍥
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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Crockett » Apr 15th, '17, 13:45

Moving discussion from Initial D World Forum if you mind...

Xiao:

"Myself as an artist ~ I can't limit myself to only one genre of music, even though I absolutely love Italo, Euro, and Techno. Sometimes I draw inspiration from Pop, sometimes R&B, sometimes Rock, sometimes Dubstep, sometimes Eurodance, sometimes Trap, sometimes J-Rock/Pop, sometimes Latin, sometimes Los Panchos and of course sometimes Eurobeat."

I'm willing to new experiences with Eurobeat if there would be implemented something as Trance, Hard Trance, Progressive Trance and House. I was more familiar with these subgenres in late 90's and in the first half of 2000's.

I heard this and that how listed genres were rated overseas 20-15 years ago, but Eurobeat and exactly these all music kinds from the third biggest market, so Europe, always designated trends in many countries.

Today after opening US/Asia market and when Eurobeat is more popular outside of Japan, also mentioned types of Trance should be warmly welcomed mixed in Eurobeat.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by xiao » Apr 15th, '17, 17:04

Crockett wrote:I'm willing to new experiences with Eurobeat if there would be implemented something as Trance, Hard Trance, Progressive Trance and House. I was more familiar with these subgenres in late 90's and in the first half of 2000's.

I heard this and that how listed genres were rated overseas 20-15 years ago, but Eurobeat and exactly these all music kinds from the third biggest market, so Europe, always designated trends in many countries.

Today after opening US/Asia market and when Eurobeat is more popular outside of Japan, also mentioned types of Trance should be warmly welcomed mixed in Eurobeat.
I agree. ^^ You see, a lot of American people on Twitter & FB didn't like the 242 Preview, yet the majority of Japanese fans were highly thrilled & liked it. I personally loved it. 🌈

Their argument is that SEB is leaning towards a more Trancebeat sound and is losing the purity of the original Eurobeat sound.

This POV is fundamentally flawed however, because Eurobeat is a dynamic volatile & progressive genre. In a nutshell, Eurobeat is what we the artists & fans make of it. If the current artists are making Eurobeat with a Trance spin to it like Nuage and Tipsy & Tipsy's new trax ~ then I'm enthralled with the direction GoGo's & Boom Boom Beat is taking SEB into.

For example, Hyper Techno is still essentially Eurobeat with a Techno spin hard vibe to it. But as my buddy Aubrey from Slash Traxx said it best, Hyper Techno is still Eurobeat ... a different style albeit. And this new style of Eurobeat in 242 with a more club Trance vibe, doesn't adhere to many staples of the original symphonic silly Eurobeat sound. So it doesn't fit into their concept of what Eurobeat should be ~ however

★ DJ Boss isn't dumb, he knows exactly what can pass as Eurobeat and what can't. I trust his taste when he cuts a record on the final SEB roster.

If you want a certain style of Eurobeat on Super Eurobeat, then compose a tune & call Capaldi, Rizzi, Stefano, Sinclaire, Newfield, Dave, Farina, Maio, etc to mix & master it. Or fly over to their studio and make it happen. That's what I would do if I had the time & money. Image

But you're totally right Marcin moj przyjaciel At the end of the day, people gravitate towards good songs & solid singers, regardless of style or genres. And essentially I still buy Super Eurobeat because I like the songs that are in it. ^^ 🐾
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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Bonkers » Apr 15th, '17, 17:27

I will say I enjoyed the samples and can't wait to get my copy. I will also say that I wish Eurobeat would return to some of it's cheesy and disco sounds.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Crockett » Apr 15th, '17, 17:51

xiao wrote:
Apr 15th, '17, 17:04
I agree. ^^ You see, a lot of American people on Twitter & FB didn't like the 242 Preview, yet the majority of Japanese fans were highly thrilled & liked it. I personally loved it. 🌈

Their argument is that SEB is leaning towards a more Trancebeat sound and is losing the purity of the original Eurobeat sound.
Hahaha. So I hit exactly opposite with this Trance suggestion in taste of some current US fans. :D

It's a bit funny, what means the original Eurobeat sound ? Maybe Italo Hi-NRG? Maybe the 90's things like "Mickey Mouse" or "Night Of Fire"? Or the 2000's stuffs of experiments?

Well... The best answer is your below:
xiao wrote:
Apr 15th, '17, 17:04
This POV is fundamentally flawed however, because Eurobeat is a dynamic volatile & progressive genre.
Whoever doesn't agree with this, is more old-school like me, even I like Trance influence, just won't buy and follow the series.

People will complain next years and who cares? Anyway the whole main sale will belong to the japanese community and they are these "right people", the first target of Eurobeat. Interpretations invented in America haven't the slightest importance. The world go round. We all, me in Poland have that opportunity to buy CD very easy than in the past and what's more to be happy ?

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by xiao » Apr 15th, '17, 17:59

Crockett wrote:It's a bit funny, what means the original Eurobeat sound ? Maybe Italo Hi-NRG? Maybe the 90's things like "Mickey Mouse" or "Night Of Fire"? Or the 2000's stuffs of experiments?
Usually these fans think of Time Records and Night of Fire. I agree that it was a sublime & golden age, but yep even indy Eurobeat's now incorporating stuff like Dubstep. So a bit of a Trance spin wouldn't hurt.

Personally I'd like Eurobeat to have a more Eurodance Pop'ish R&B sound ~ but it's all good in the hood. Support Eurobeat! It's just 30 to 50 bucks at max, well worth it in my opinion! \(^o^)/ 🦄
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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Crockett » Apr 15th, '17, 19:21

xiao wrote:
Apr 15th, '17, 17:59
Crockett wrote:It's a bit funny, what means the original Eurobeat sound ? Maybe Italo Hi-NRG? Maybe the 90's things like "Mickey Mouse" or "Night Of Fire"? Or the 2000's stuffs of experiments?
Usually these fans think of Time Records and Night of Fire. I agree that it was a sublime & golden age
Just one of many shorter periods of the golden hits. Next person will say the same about 2010 year... Opinion based on nothing more than own taste and when somebody started listened to Eurobeat.

Japanese surely would tell more. Being or not A.Beat-C. great fan, hard to expose same "Night Of Fire", many only SEB projects before the position of at least Dave & Domino, all artists performed live, their acitivty in Japan. Years earlier too. Fans remember longer and better the artists face to face, in other way names on tracklist, no matter how good.

Often case, Eurobeat was everything since 1988, still evolving, but people have "interesting" own imaginations outside of Japan.

So we should stay with the style from 2000's ? Too boring.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by Skyblue » Apr 15th, '17, 20:59

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by para_rigby » Apr 16th, '17, 02:24

Well, remember that Renoir track? That was in no way a Eurobeat track. That was straight up trance to me.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by drnrg » Apr 16th, '17, 04:29

I'm old skool. Always will be. never will change. I don't like today's sounds. Not even on Poptart charts. Everything sounds the same, written by the same group of people and sung by the same artists. DELTA and HRG Attack are two of the most old skool soudning labels left. For me; almost everything they produce is instant gold.

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Re: Super Eurobeat 242

Post by xiao » Apr 16th, '17, 07:11

para_rigby wrote:Well, remember that Renoir track? That was in no way a Eurobeat track. That was straight up trance to me.
That was straight up Cascada my friend. :D
drnrg wrote:I don't like today's sounds. Not even on Poptart charts. Everything sounds the same, written by the same group of people and sung by the same artists.
dat Max Martin tho 🤣
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