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for posting your good musics and remusics



love pretty vibrant vaporwave, especially ones that are better than their original songs


I'm not sure if a video with a playlist attached to it will work
let's see...

This is the original version of the Sonic 1 music before it had to be altered and compressed to work on the console


new pino


that was one of pixiv's high-ranking images yesterday. I'm not sure how that system works: https://www.pixiv.net/en/artworks/96530062


Don't even play rhythm games much, but I really enjoy listening to these DnB/EDM remixes



wonder when the next season of this is coming out


I hope soon.
That show has everything; loli, magic, germany, and modern war.





This anime had a really nice OST


Don't think I've ever actually heard a bad Akira Yamaoka track


Indeed. This is the best SH track imo.


I don't know if anyone listen to gabber here but I'm still posting it because this album is really great.


Been thinking about this game against recently. The music is so good, one of the best soundtracks in any STG. I want to play it again, but I kind of made it a point that I'd play the Raiden games in order.





Sodachi's voice makes me hard



A nice channel for nice Japanese ablums I used to use got taken down by Google, emphasizing that if you ever like something you should certainly download it before it's gone.

Anyways if anyone was curious, the replacement for Xerf Xpec is "The X Music Archive", which is also who posted this album.


>emphasizing that if you ever like something you should certainly download it before it's gone.
That's very true, especially nowadays since youtube can often delete entire playlists/channels at a whim. Nothing on their platform has any sort of permanence


My favourite track in the game.


Another version of the legendary song.


Who else gets this album recommended on a regular basis?




This guy's music is great. Thanks youtube.





If you need me to upload individually, let me know.


What do you mean?


If someone has JS disabled or doesn't trust whyp.it, I can upload the songs here. Initially, I didn't want to flood the thread with six mp3s all from me.


Oh, I don't think you need to worry about it either way. Keep it as-is or upload separately.







Here's an interesting idea, post the next song on the playlist from the above link.


I don't understand what is happening or why but for some reason it's this.







love this cover


It just seems to be songs I've been listening to recently (on my account, I listen to stuff logged out most of the time).





I like how it turns into krautrock in the second half.







It may not be a ZUN shmup but the music is still quite memorable to me.
Shame the bosses only got one track though.



It's time to lose some cool cred because I watched WWF back when it was called WWF and not WWE and it was hilarious and entertaining (around year 2000-2004~?)
It had some pretty damn catchy music. This was Triple H's theme by Motorhead and this /jp/ thread reminded me of it: >>>/jp/31993


but I liked his older theme more. I worked out to this a lot and still do occasionally when I'm in the mood


File:Steinerized.mp3 (3.92 MB)

I prefer the cheesy early 90s themes.


Crazy how nice the demo versions of the Sonic OST sound and most people haven't heard them. Wonder how different things would be if this were the standard for classic game music instead of 8bit.






Better version of: >>87736 that doesn't sound like it was recorded inside a tin can. Pretty catchy.



Dance x Mixer is really neat. It's a shame there aren't more games like it with pre-programmed dancing and cameras instead of needing to learn all sorts of positioning and stuff in something like MMD.


Can we really call Dance x Mixer a game ?




Someone said Dance x Mixer?




I'm addicted to Kamen Rider music, help


ナナヲアカリ hates you but loves pouts



I dont know if the meaning's literal (she just hates some cat mascot) but that was a very 2000s video and song. I like it.


you are the catmascot


Well. Shes tsundere for me then


This is more /win/ but a nostalgic tune regardless



Steins;Gate has such great music to it.


I wish I could experience reading S;G for the first time agian.


Just invent a time machine and go back in time then.


But I guess it wouldn't work if you were like Okabe.



This remix is pretty good too


Hopefully Steins;??? will be good. S;G0 was decent enough but it doesn't hold a candle to the first game.



I hear songs like these often, but I struggle to think of what the genre might be.




The way that artist draws girls with certain types of bangs is soooooooo sexy



File:hyakkei - reading.flac (26.61 MB,175x156)


File:03302 Starry Sky.flac (12.03 MB,175x162)


File:04. Foreground Eclipse - ….flac (28.82 MB,175x173)




File:1514755436911.jpg (36.32 KB,300x460)

Umm sir, if I may interject you can put the link in the "upload URL" section for the thumbnail of the video to show up in the post.


Although if you use the new UI it's that button which looks like a chain to the left of "Submit".


don't remember hearing this in the show


There's a whole load of music neither in the anime nor the movies that they included in the music discs. I'm not really sure where it came from. Eva team throwing around Gainax money on all the music they could afford, maybe? They did blow the budget after all.



Glad that the main girl can sing well in this. Really hard to sell a show about a musical talent when the seiyuu themselves aren't really that talented...


I think I'll share some songs and talk a little bit about my favorite band: They Might Be Giants.
They started in the 80s and epitomize "nerd rock". They've had a bit of a cult status for a long time, and I was even first introduced to them in Tiny Toons of all things. Today I don't really listen to much other than video game music and occasionally anime music, but I still have TMBG in my playlists.


One of their earliest popular songs was "Birdhouse in your Soul" that really highlights the random, silly style of many of their songs.


I should warn you, though, is that John and John (they're both named John) create extremely addictive songs, real earworms that will stay with you for a while.


Oh yeah, you might at least know them from the Malcolm in the Middle opening song


I saw them in concert about a decade ago and got a shirt for this song! These guys are amazing in concert and they're still actively touring. Apparently a lot of kids have been exposed to TMBG by their teachers. Time passes by...


Sadly I missed the chance to see them and Weird Al at the same concert a few years ago, that must have been incredible. It's a very mellow atmosphere of middle-aged nerds so it wouldn't be a stressful at all if you're bad with crowds as I am.


In conclusion, I really like TMBG. It was hard to resist throwing in lyrics because it's a strong compulsion...


Flood and Apollo 18 are pretty good albums.


postan a classic



I first heard this song through Donarudo. Only found out it was a 2hu song many years later.


Metal Slug 5 is shit, but it sure has a bangin' ost






Love me some 80s music








bark bark bark bark bark bark bark bark bark bark





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