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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by para_rigby » Jul 20th, '18, 13:55

Lebon14 wrote:
Jul 20th, '18, 13:24
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Jul 20th, '18, 13:22
REALLY surprised to see Tora Tora Tora. Saw someone ask on FB, and wondering, too- was this supposed to be for SEB 193? Or was it done around the time of Fuku Wa Uchi?
Unfortunately, it was not meant for SEB 193. In fact, the song was remixed way before then. It was remixed in 2005 by SCP but never got released. Heck, we never knew of this remix until today.
Hm....also interesting that there is a 2005 version of Tora Tora Tora featuring Clara, Maurizio, and The Prophet that never got released. Only an acapella has floated around thus far. Wonder why 2005 for both tracks?

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by #Infinity » Jul 20th, '18, 18:09

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Jul 20th, '18, 11:35
Big Love is almost the same that appeared on Euroenergy. It was Gianni Coraini on Euroenergy, and Nicola Mansueto on Eurobeat Kudos. Interesting...
Yep, I mentioned that earlier in this thread that I predicted this would be the same song as the Larry Queen track, albeit with a slower bpm, and I was right. It definitely stands out as the black sheep of Nick Mansell’s material at SCP, since it’s a an over-the-top, cowbell-heavy cheesefest, unlike his more serious, rock-oriented pieces from later years. It actually sounds a ton like one of his songs he would sing at Vibration as David Bird or Manuel, such as “Sexy Diva” or “Big Time”. Personally, I think Nicola delivers the cliched higher/desire chorus more effectively than Gianni did, but the Euroenergy remake is still kind of charming in its speedy insanity.

“I Wanna Be Your Girl” is as cute as a button! The vocalist sounds completely unfamiliar, but she does add a deliciously unique touch to the piece.

“Dr. Feelgood” is a pretty hectic track, and certainly not one of the better Kiki & Fancy songs throughout the years, but it’s still a pretty entertainingly wacky song that I may come back to, even if not as much as “Para Dancin’” or “Dance Dance”.

“Why” sounds a lot like “Open Your Fire!” by Fastway and was probably made around that same era, roughly late 2002 or early 2003. Like “Big Love”, I enjoy the piece, even in spite of its cliched chorus. EDIT: Apparently, this song was cowritten by somebody named Nicola Fortarezza - perhaps he's the vocalist as opposed to Massimo Galli? EDIT 2: I think I found Nicola "Nico" Fortarezza here; it definitely doesn't sound like him. His voice is far too soft and melodious compared to the gruff rockiness in "Why". I think Massimo Galli is the most likely possibility after all, though even he I'm not absolutely certain about.

“Blades of Fire” is great and reminds me quite a bit of “Not For Sale”. I can’t believe Avex never featured it on SEB!

Only one thing remains - we still have yet to hear Irene’s “Gimme Love”. Hopefully it’ll eventually find a home in the near future. Until then though, this album was a delightful surprise that will surely keep my ears preoccupied for awhile! :)
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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by KiraTM » Jul 22nd, '18, 20:49

Tora Tora Tora sounds so powerful. At first I didn't notice it in the playlist but now that you mentioned it, I gave it a listen.
Now I only have to wait for money, then I'm gonna purchase all EBK albums one by one.

By the way, I already own all SEBs that contain songs of EBK 1-8. Are there any differences that make these albums worth it buying anyway?

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Rain197 » Jul 22nd, '18, 21:17

Depends on you

EuroKudos Vol.1
Hotblade - Plastic → Different intro
Ace - Me & You (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended version
Fastway - Rock Beatin' Wild (Eurock) → Eurock/Headrush version
Jager - I Won't Fall Apart (Eurock + Demo) → Both tracks from SEB211 in 2 separate track
Jay Lehr - Little Little Star (Eight Bit Version) → 8-bit instrumental, voice not changed

EuroKudos Vol.2
Momo - Flash & Love (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended
Jager - Stay Away From Me (Eurobeat Version) → What D'You Want become Stay Way. the chorus is sung in another way.
Jay Lehr - Fallin' In Love Again (Eurobeat Version) → Original version, the one on SEB211 is the Fashion Version.
Christine - Bigga Boom (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended
Vivi - Eyes Of Sky (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended
Jay Lehr - Hi Love (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended
Jager - Stay Away From Me (Lady J Version) → A "pop" version.
Momo - Flash & Love (Piano Intro Version) → Different intro

EuroKudos Vol.3
April - The Magic I Feel (Eurobeat Version) → Different intro
Ace - Set Me Free (Art Of Light + Mainstream Version) → Different instrumental
Jager - Because Of You (Masterpop Version) → "Pop" version
AliX - Maximizing (Delicious Version) → "Pop" version

EuroKudos Vol.4
Useless

EuroKudos Vol.5
Hotblade - I'm Your Sexy Machine (Sexy Extended Version) → Extended
Pamsy - Don't Keep Your Love Away (Spring Extended Version) → Extended
Fastway - Been A Bang (Incredible Bang Extended Version) → Extended
These 3 songs have different intro.

EuroKudos Vol.6
Ace & Pamsy - Inside My Soul (Eurobeat Extended Version) → Extended, different intro
Ace - Brand New World (Shiny Vox Version) → Extreme autotune voice
Go2 - Gotta Go (Old School Version) → Can't explain this one

EuroKudos Vol.7
Useless

EuroKudos Vol.8
Useless

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by skibblesx » Jul 23rd, '18, 01:01

lmao thats harsh calling them "useless"

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Lebon14 » Jul 23rd, '18, 05:18

skibblesx wrote:
Jul 23rd, '18, 01:01
lmao thats harsh calling them "useless"
I'm missing the same volumes in my collection because I already had the CDs where the songs were featured.
Of course, for somebody that does not collect CDs, they were great release options.
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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by KiraTM » Jul 23rd, '18, 17:31

Thanks for the overview, Rain! :)

I trhink "useess" is an okay term in this context. I actually don't need these albums if I already have the exact same versions. But maybe I buy them anyway, just for collecting and supporting purposes. :D

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Rain197 » Jul 25th, '18, 15:04

Eurobeat Kudos Instrumental 2
https://scp-music.bandcamp.com/album/eu ... mental-2-2

1. Go2 - Gotta Go (Instrumental) 04:10
2. Ace - Crazy on Emotion (Instrumental) 04:02
3. Ace - Set Me Free (Instrumental) 03:43
4. Jager - Because of You (Instrumental) 04:01
5. Hotblade - Showdown (Instrumental) 04:11
6. Jay Lehr - Imagine (Instrumental) 04:10
7. David Ropa - Stormy Night (Instrumental) 02:46
8. Lou Master - Firebird (Instrumental) 04:18
9. Hotblade - I'm Your Sexy Machine (Instrumental) 04:02
10. Go2 - Not for Sale (Instrumental) 03:02
11. Fastway - Go Beat Crazy (Instrumental) 02:47
12. Ace - Drivin' Crazy (Instrumental) 03:14
13. Ace - Heavensent (Instrumental) 04:04
14. Fastway - 777 (Instrumental) 02:35

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Mikaeru » Jul 25th, '18, 15:11

Twitter convo's strongly implied there's gonna be an Instrumental 3 coming out featuring the ladies' tracks, too.

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Lebon14 » Jul 25th, '18, 15:14

Mikaeru wrote:
Jul 25th, '18, 15:11
Twitter convo's strongly implied there's gonna be an Instrumental 3 coming out featuring the ladies' tracks, too.
Here's the conversation in question:
https://twitter.com/SigmaJump/status/10 ... 8394417157
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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by Mikaeru » Jul 25th, '18, 16:15

Lebon14 wrote:
Jul 25th, '18, 15:14
Mikaeru wrote:
Jul 25th, '18, 15:11
Twitter convo's strongly implied there's gonna be an Instrumental 3 coming out featuring the ladies' tracks, too.
Here's the conversation in question:
https://twitter.com/SigmaJump/status/10 ... 8394417157
Oh no, my secret iden--... I mean... Gee, really hope they do put out a Vol 3 like that. Something more to look forward to.

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by para_rigby » Jul 25th, '18, 18:17

So random...was Forever Fly by Stella on any of the Kudos albums? I cannot seem to find it.

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

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Re: SCP's Eurobeat Kudos Series

Post by para_rigby » Jul 25th, '18, 21:03

Rain197 wrote:
Jul 25th, '18, 19:12
Nope :(

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3882&start=345#p63555
Well then! Sorry I didn’t read through the post all the way.

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