Your favorite decade of SEB?

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Re: Your favorite decade of SEB?

Post by #Infinity » Oct 6th, '17, 01:56

xiao wrote:
Oct 5th, '17, 09:34
#Infinity wrote:
Oct 5th, '17, 02:34
Super Eurobeat 162 is particularly awesome, but everything else has at least more than a few tracks that really stand the test of time.
I think that was the 1st album I bought way back ~ little did I know it was Fausto's only appearance in SEB and Luca's iconic Eurofunk song that was SO out of the blue non-eurobeat sounding, but had something really contagious about it. Awesome record!♩
Well, "Rock'N'Roll Emulation" just samples old Fausto exclamations, I think from "Electro Violence." It's no more of a Fausto appearance than SEB 088's "Captain America," which opens with a clip from his opening monologue in "Armada." He has written some eurobeat songs, like "Now Is the Time" on SEB 081, but I guess he and Leonardi agreed he wasn't a tuneful enough vocalist to really bring as much strength to eurobeat as hyper techno.

That said, I still have a strong hunch that he might be Big Jim on "Why Why," the 1996 production that ended up on Euromach 3. One-time vocalists were pretty rare for Leonardi, and the singer's atypical pronunciations seems like it could be Fausto.
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Re: Your favorite decade of SEB?

Post by drnrg » Oct 6th, '17, 02:56

It will always be the decade when the labels were releasing 12 vinyls by the bucket loads. I spent a small fortune on all those records, but worth every penny.

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Re: Your favorite decade of SEB?

Post by Rain197 » Oct 6th, '17, 14:13

Fausto Guio sing in a cover of Tetsuya Komuro :
Cherry - Feel Like Dance
Album : SEB80, 3rd disc


youtu.be/WprLikvivLQ

I'll ask Bratt imediatly, because it's the only song of SinclaireStyle that it have a missing singer tag...

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Re: Your favorite decade of SEB?

Post by Rain197 » Oct 6th, '17, 14:47

Bratt Sinclaire's answer about Big Jim :
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Re: Your favorite decade of SEB?

Post by Wataru Akiyama » Oct 7th, '17, 02:15

The 70s and the 110s are the definitive era for me. This was when Eurobeat really got fast and loud and hard and the definitive sound came into its own.

Most of my favorites are from around this time. DELTA was kicking ass, LARABELLE - LOVE AS A WEAPON dropped on 74, and so on.

I came in around the 150s or thereabouts, to the best I can remember.

This, right here. This is the sound of that era.


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