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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Bonkers » Dec 31st, '17, 23:12

Danko wrote:
Dec 31st, '17, 12:50
johnjohnjohnnycake wrote:
Dec 31st, '17, 08:20
Danko wrote:
Dec 28th, '17, 21:20
OH GOD! NO! NO! NO! I'm so sad about this news. I listen Eurobeat daily in my ipod where ever I go. Eurobeat has always been in my life when I had ups and downs in my life. It truly changed, inspired and made me happy and good person. I guess nothing really do last forever but I will always keep listening to it and keep the legends alive through their music! So whatever happens to Eurobeat in future, atleast it will be in peoples' heart and I hope the amazing producers, singers will still have the fire in them to keep it alive without Avex!
are you a musician? help keep the genre alive. the individual labels and artists certainly are still doing it, just the name " Super Eurobeat" is going. avex doesn't own a universal genre.
Well I have done little bit music in my free time and nowdays I help my cousin in music who is very talented but he does mainly hip hop, rap kind of music. But I mean like Avex should release Euromach, all unreleased songs, SEB 70-170 and Eurobeat Flash in extended like in mora or somewhere else.
Hi-NRG Attack has a large portion of their catalog on Junodownload and iTunes.

There are a few Euromach collections with the full length versions on iTunes as well. Delta has their catalog on Amazon under Eurobeat Masters. Vibration has their catalog I believe on iTunes as well as Super Duper Eurobeat (?). There's stuff out there legally in full length. ABeatC also has special artist collections on iTunes.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Lebon14 » Jan 1st, '18, 02:03

Bonkers wrote:
Dec 31st, '17, 23:12
Danko wrote:
Dec 31st, '17, 12:50
johnjohnjohnnycake wrote:
Dec 31st, '17, 08:20


are you a musician? help keep the genre alive. the individual labels and artists certainly are still doing it, just the name " Super Eurobeat" is going. avex doesn't own a universal genre.
Well I have done little bit music in my free time and nowdays I help my cousin in music who is very talented but he does mainly hip hop, rap kind of music. But I mean like Avex should release Euromach, all unreleased songs, SEB 70-170 and Eurobeat Flash in extended like in mora or somewhere else.
Hi-NRG Attack has a large portion of their catalog on Junodownload and iTunes.

There are a few Euromach collections with the full length versions on iTunes as well. Delta has their catalog on Amazon under Eurobeat Masters. Vibration has their catalog I believe on iTunes as well as Super Duper Eurobeat (?). There's stuff out there legally in full length. ABeatC also has special artist collections on iTunes.
"Super Duper Eurobeat" is a Hi-NRG Attack series. Vibration is under "Supereurobeat" (in one word); the same tracks are available separately, as singles, on Junodownload.
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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Crockett » Jan 1st, '18, 14:35

On the road to 2018 year with awareness of the end of the long history of Super Eurobeat I would like to share some special wishes.

Especially the young fans and these who after so many years missed the essence of this unique dance music, I wish to perceive the wonderfulness of Eurobeat history that isn't expressed by statistical numbers of songs, CDs, labels or years of existing the series. Spend your passion and free time to discover it, meet supporters, lovers of the genre, collect goods, not passive waiting what brings the uncertain future.

Whereas I wish artists return to the right path of ingenuity, creativity, resourcefulness, because creating Eurobeat once hasn’t meant just fun and surely not struggle for survival, but making an outstanding thing which is successful, popular not niche, causes common hype, and permanent delight in the soul, the joy for every day.

Thank you Max Matsuura who noticed another chance for Eurobeat in 1990 when most of people noticed already the wane of so called the first wave of Eurobeat. However not him, not publisher, but artists always were responsible for the sound, so whether was liked or disliked. When he traveled to Italy he figured out that only handful of producers was able to continue and he was fascinated the next wave of italian Eurobeat.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Rain197 » Jan 1st, '18, 18:16

Lebon14 wrote:
Jan 1st, '18, 02:03
"Super Duper Eurobeat" is a Hi-NRG Attack series. Vibration is under "Supereurobeat" (in one word); the same tracks are available separately, as singles, on Junodownload.
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DarkSky wrote:
Jun 12th, '13, 19:54
Tiger wrote:Didn't really see this until someone gave a link for it but apparently there's a new Supereurobeat CD on iTunes. There also wasn't a main thread I thought.

https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/super ... d660073624

I thought Symphony of Love and Red Ninja were Dima. Sjoerd want to explain that? :P
The original uploader does not have the right to put those tracks up on iTunes. In fact we could start a legal procedure for that. But not gonna do that...... it won't be worth it.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Tiger » Jan 2nd, '18, 07:40

Rain197 wrote:
Jan 1st, '18, 18:16
Lebon14 wrote:
Jan 1st, '18, 02:03
"Super Duper Eurobeat" is a Hi-NRG Attack series. Vibration is under "Supereurobeat" (in one word); the same tracks are available separately, as singles, on Junodownload.
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DarkSky wrote:
Jun 12th, '13, 19:54
Tiger wrote:Didn't really see this until someone gave a link for it but apparently there's a new Supereurobeat CD on iTunes. There also wasn't a main thread I thought.

https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/super ... d660073624

I thought Symphony of Love and Red Ninja were Dima. Sjoerd want to explain that? :P
The original uploader does not have the right to put those tracks up on iTunes. In fact we could start a legal procedure for that. But not gonna do that...... it won't be worth it.
Eh? I don't even remember making that post :O good research skills haha

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Lebon14 » Jan 2nd, '18, 07:56

I never knew that these "Supereurobeat" compilations on iTunes were illegal. I guess, the only known legal option is on Juno:
https://www.junodownload.com/labels/Vibration+Italy
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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by M2-EB » Jan 2nd, '18, 12:28

Lebon14 wrote:
Jan 2nd, '18, 07:56
I never knew that these "Supereurobeat" compilations on iTunes were illegal. I guess, the only known legal option is on Juno:
https://www.junodownload.com/labels/Vibration+Italy
I think this might be a case of "semi-legal" issue? Remember eurobeat is a genre in which songs are written and produced by many people at times. Hence why it's not legal to do that AND it might be a hassle to go for a legal procedure and take songs down (I imagine a dispute between writers and producers or something). Probably might be the case with LED/Vibration/Energy Revolution/Eurobeat Masters/Dima and the fact that the label splitted(?). I remember I got very confused when Sinclaire Style became a thing and they had all those DMI songs on their catalog :o
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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Rain197 » Jan 2nd, '18, 16:01

Lebon14 wrote:
Jan 2nd, '18, 07:56
I never knew that these "Supereurobeat" compilations on iTunes were illegal. I guess, the only known legal option is on Juno:
https://www.junodownload.com/labels/Vibration+Italy
For Vibration Italy, you have the Para Para Classic Vol.1 to 8 (each one contains 11 songs), also World One and World 2:Euro-Beat which contains the first song of Dima Music

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Danko » Jan 4th, '18, 20:04

I still can't believe it that they are stopping at 250. I mean they would have gone easily to 300 even with all unreleased songs.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Bonkers » Jan 4th, '18, 22:11

Danko wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 20:04
I still can't believe it that they are stopping at 250. I mean they would have gone easily to 300 even with all unreleased songs.
Ya...but would it still hold the same fresh magic? Here's 50 more volumes of...unreleased material from 90s & early 2000s. I'm with you, I wish they would continue, but I would hope it would be current material :!:

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Danko » Jan 4th, '18, 22:56

Bonkers wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 22:11
Danko wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 20:04
I still can't believe it that they are stopping at 250. I mean they would have gone easily to 300 even with all unreleased songs.
Ya...but would it still hold the same fresh magic? Here's 50 more volumes of...unreleased material from 90s & early 2000s. I'm with you, I wish they would continue, but I would hope it would be current material :!:
The current songs are amazing but I think old ones would have the nostalgic feeling and also the magic too so I think they would pull off. Might even attract old fans that gave up on eurobeat. There are so many songs that are unreleased like from A-Beat C and Time and it would be shame not get the chance to hear them. Avex should release them on a new collection or atleast have chance to buy them digitally.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Lebon14 » Jan 5th, '18, 01:14

Bonkers wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 22:11
Danko wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 20:04
I still can't believe it that they are stopping at 250. I mean they would have gone easily to 300 even with all unreleased songs.
Ya...but would it still hold the same fresh magic? Here's 50 more volumes of...unreleased material from 90s & early 2000s. I'm with you, I wish they would continue, but I would hope it would be current material :!:
I feel it would sell more because of nostalgia; the "sound everybody wanted, forever and ever".
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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Markos » Jan 5th, '18, 01:39

I have no nostalgic feelings about Eurobeat what so ever. I only started listening around 2014 and still feel the 90's EB had a better music production and style, like late 92 thru 2004 or so.

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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by M2-EB » Jan 5th, '18, 12:07

Lebon14 wrote:
Jan 5th, '18, 01:14
Bonkers wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 22:11
Danko wrote:
Jan 4th, '18, 20:04
I still can't believe it that they are stopping at 250. I mean they would have gone easily to 300 even with all unreleased songs.
Ya...but would it still hold the same fresh magic? Here's 50 more volumes of...unreleased material from 90s & early 2000s. I'm with you, I wish they would continue, but I would hope it would be current material :!:
I feel it would sell more because of nostalgia; the "sound everybody wanted, forever and ever".
Yep, preach it
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Jan 5th, '18, 01:39
I have no nostalgic feelings about Eurobeat what so ever. I only started listening around 2014 and still feel the 90's EB had a better music production and style, like late 92 thru 2004 or so.
I think this is a thing that happened for all music industry (take a look at "loudness war", it explains a lot). 1994 up to 1997 were freaking gold, both in quality of production and actual, physical quality. Technology evolved tremendously but instead of the quality increasing with it, things got more "plastic" and disposable, it seems. I dunno if you get what I mean but I feel that arts in general suffered a lot this last decade :neutral:
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Re: Regarding Super Eurobeat 250

Post by Markos » Jan 5th, '18, 18:00

Yeah, I know what you mean and I agree. Everything seems to have been made as generic as possible and easily replaceable. It's not just music either.
Maybe its like they are setting the goals super low then no one even has any expectations, or even know the difference?

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