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481. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 00:58 BST
@SKTTR: Ouden 2. It's a Japanese version of EBA, but is soooooooo much better.
482. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 02:43 BST
The good thing is Wii Music sold a couple million copies worldwide so there is always the chance of a sequel. Last time I looked sales count more than reviewer opinions when it comes to that sort of thing!
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483. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 03:50 BST
I just found the greatest little Wii Music gem. I've mentioned WassiJames and his work here before, and you may have seen his remarkable little composition made from the Bridal Chorus.
Well, recently some of his Wii Music work was performed live on stage as part of some show (I found an Italian news article about it a while back, but couldn't get much from Google Translate). Anyhow, one of the pieces has been put on YouTube. It starts by showing Wassi's composition on a screen, then the real instruments play it. Quite a nice little result from something in a game.
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484. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 04:55 BST
That's pretty incredible. His Bridal Chorus was darn impressive and it certainly deserved this kind of attention. (you've got to wonder what's up with that dog, though). I'm glad that some people recognize the genius of this game.
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485. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 05:03 BST
My goodness, could the guy with the oud look any more bored? It's so odd to hear this pretty classicalish music with another musician sitting right next to the guy, twiddling his thumbs and looking around for no reason.
But that is very cool that he had his music from the game performed.
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486. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 05:05 BST
Adam that reminds me--I still haven't sent you anything have I?
487. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 05:29 BST
Well, you sent me the Videotape song, but none of your "Greatest Hits." Did you get anything I sent you?
488. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 15:55 BST
Thanks for all the videos, Kid A! I especially liked the rap one, Frere Jaques, and the Wii Sports one (with the two pianos).
489. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 19:48 BST
yeah I just did that Wii Sports one last night. I've been working on my piano skills, so the piano bit turned out well. Also--who knew that the galactic horn was such a great bass instrument?
490. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 01:13 BST
I just sent out my latest vid. It's a weird version of September. Hope you likes.
491. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 16:48 BST
Me likes very much. The instruments fit very well together.
492. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 03:53 BST
I've got another one I'm going to send out in a few minutes (I've been on a roll this weekend). I've been listening to one of Modest Mouse's new songs called "Autmn Beds" a lot. It's a really pretty banjo-driven song, so my newest vid is inspired from that. That, and I just watched The Soloist (which is a friggin' unbelievable movie btw. Watch it) which is about a homeless ex-Juliard student who plays the Cello, so I added a Cello and the song really came together.
493. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 12:40 BST
I saw that Toys R' Us is having a sale for this game; only $30.
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494. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 13:42 BST
Banjo and cello? I'll have to hear this.
I don't really like Modest Mouse's last two CDs. It's been gradually downhill since Moon Vs. Antarctica in my eyes... well, ears.
495. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 15:40 BST
I actually think I'm going to re-record it in a different venue with better acoustics. I did it in the field and you can't hear the cello very well. But I'll send it in a few minutes and if I end up doing a better version I'll pass it along.(and while their new EP isn't very good, I think Modest Mouse are still a very strong group. Good News was great, despite a couple stinkers, and I like every song on We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank)
496. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 18:25 BST
I somehow forgot about Good News, which I did like. I didn't like any of the songs I heard from We Were Dead, though, but in all fairness I did not hear the whole CD.
497. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 18:38 BST
I had a surprise visit from an old friend that ended up taking the whole weekend, and now I'm behind on plenty of things at work, so it might take me a few days to catch up and watch the latest. But carry on!
498. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 20:56 BST
Obviously you didn't hear Missed the Boat, Spitting Venom, Steam Engenius, Florida or Dashboard which I'd rank among Modest Mouse's best songs. Not every song on that album is a gem, but I don't think there's any flat out terrible songs on that album, whereas on Good News there were some songs that I thought were just bad.
499. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 21:28 BST
Obviously? I heard Dashboard (not sure how I could not have, it was their first single from the CD, wasn't it?), Florida, and I think Missed the Boat. I'll look up the other two, though. The only one on Good News that I don't really care for was Dance Hall.
EDIT: Just listened to them. I thought Steam Engenious was the worst of the bunch, but I like Spitting Venom all right.
Edited on Mon 10th August, 2009 @ 21:32 by Adam
500. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 22:38 BST
The whole album is a grower. At first I was really dissapointed with it but after a few listens you really learn to like it.Hey did you listen to that Wii Music Vid I sent you?