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  1. This is actually a few months old now. The reason I posted this here is because only the most dedicated among us would be willing to listen to over two hours of talk about one particular graphic artist. I actually listened to this one twice to make sure I didn't miss anything. Topics Discussed include: *Hand-Drawn Animation *Pre-2000s Cinema *How Gun Culture Influenced Saturday Morning Cartoons During the 80s & 90s *Super Sentai vs. Power Rangers And More... I had never heard of this guy until just recently. He kept extraordinary company though. This guy was personal friends with the best that the synthwave scene has to offer. The guys that were interviewed are right up there with Mitch talentwise. Honestly, I can see a lot of myself in the backstory of this great savant. I highly doubt that I will ever be able to live up to Blood + Chrome but, I will do my part to help carry on his legacy! I will be seeking to make my own AMVs, custom graphics and logos in the future. His loss will not be in vain. Rest in power, great one. Blood + Chrome's Stuff: Official Website youtube channel vimeo Bandcamp
  2. I am going to preface this entry by stating that I am quite aware of the scripted, theatrical nature of pro-wrestling as a profession. Although people really do get hurt sometimes when doing a show, I am aware that it is not actual fighting in the sense that the premise of "Street Fighter" and "Virtua Fighter" would have you believe it is - if that were the case then Zangief probably would have been programmed to be able to whip every other character's arse very easily in the game as the final boss in place of Bison; instead he was the most vulnerable character in the game when he wasn't using his throw moves ( getting sidetracked here ). In any event, pro-wrestling does have the stigma attached to it of being seen as puerile or childish. Is it entirely justified? Probably. Even that being, there is no doubt that the flashy entrance music that was in use 35 years ago enhanced the overall presentation quite a bit. Back then, it was not like today where all the music is contracted out to a bunch of no-talent hacks whose unremarkable songs mostly sound the same - maybe that sounds harsh but, I am unimpressed with all the monotonous nu-metal stuff that wishes it were as cool as Ultimate Warrior's theme was. The new guys they have doing the music now cannot compare to the sublime work done mostly by just three people: Jim Johnston, Jimmy Hart ( "Mouth of the South"), and J.J. Maguire. I'll give an honorable mention to Rick Derringer, the guy who composed the Hulkster's theme from the days when he was at his peak as the babyface hero of the circuit, sporting his iconic red and yellow tights. There were also a few themes that the now defunct WCW had that were good too but, I don't remember any that could hold a candle to the WWE's "Federation Era" - I would say Ric Flair but his theme song was simply taken from the movie "2001: a Space Odyssey." Maybe classic Sting ( the wrestler, not the singer ) before he adopted his "Crow" persona during the Heel Hogan/NWO Era. So why am I writing about classic WWE Music on a site dedicated to anime/manga and gaming? Oddly enough, it could be argued that there is some overlap in the art direction, particularly back in the day. It is well known that pro-wrestling is at least as popular in Japan ( maybe more so ) than it is in the United States, and hence one of the reasons I write this. To be honest, it would actually be kinda cool to see more anime/manga about pro-wrestling done in a more down-to-earth way...preferably with less violence than Kinnikuman had. And which classic entrance themes do I personally find the most musically pleasing to the ear and why? I already know that probably everyone else would answer Bret " The Hitman" Hart or Ultimate Warrior - both have huge devoted followings and both are excellent theme songs to be sure. I actually rather liked those of Mr. Perfect and the Million Dollar Man quite a bit. Rather than certain theme songs which were intentionally made to sound menacing or threatening as in the cases of Sycho Sid ( <-- the correct spelling ) and Bam Bam Bigelow, I tend to gravitate more to the ones that sound more like actual songs. In particular, these following four would be my personal picks for the GOAT ( greatest of all time ). I will also be sharing my own thoughts about the songs themselves and the personalities who walked to the ring to them. All of these songs were from before the infamous "Attitude Era." First up, we have Razor Ramon ( aka Scott Hall ). Mr. Hall actually passed away earlier this year ( RIP ). The character he portrayed in the WWE was a reference to the movie "Scarface." I was first introduced to him from playing "Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game" and "Royal Rumble" on SNES at my cousin's house ( fond memories ). The first time I remember actually watching him wrestle on TV was after he had already jumped ship to the ill-fated WCW and founded the NWO with Nash and Hogan. As often the case with the heels ( per the unstated rule of "kayfabe" ), Scott was reportedly a very nice guy in real life ( at least to his fans ); in character, he always acted like a total jerk and a bully on camera ( rather convincingly ), which lets us know that he was very good at his job, one of the best. Whatever backstage politics or scheming he was supposedly up to with his buddies in the whole HBK "Kliq," it is hard not to admire this man's contributions to the profession in hindsight. Without Scott, the overall character of the sport would have been wanting. For many fans, he basically introduced them to the concept of the bada$$ anti-hero babyface. I never did care for his NWO gear...that spray paint logo looked really cheap and tacky; in my opinion, it was ill-befitting for his in-ring persona. Razor's WWE entrance had a very nice application of keyboard and synth drums. Next is the entrance theme for another of one of the most infamous heels in wrestling history. Jake the Snake is probably best remembered for the feud he had with the Macho Man, wherein he struck Ms. Elizabeth on camera and sicked his cobra on Savage while he was down. In the new TV series called "Heels" ( one of the few modern non-anime shows I can even stand to watch anymore ), the fictional character Wild Bill Hancock shows signs that he was intentionally designed after this very individual. Whatever one thinks of his in-ring gimmick, you can never say that he wasn't a good showman. Although he was already retired before I started watching during my childhood, I knew him by his reputation. He was a very colorful character in contrast to the vanilla cast we see today. Jake's entrance theme is basically straight up synthwave through and through. Jim Johnston's talent as a keyboardist really shines in his song titled, "Snake Bit." Truly an epic masterpiece that deserved play on the radio. The next entrance theme is one of the few great masterpieces that Jim Johnston and crew had nothing to do with. It would be impossible for me to pick an absolute favorite among these four but, I would certainly say that this one is my favorite entrance theme to rock out to. It was performed by Robbie Dupree and became the entrance theme to the now largely forgotten babyface tag team known as "Strike Force." Of the two of them, I only remember Ricky Martel ever being somewhat successful after their split. Under his new moniker, the "Model", Ricky would be featured on wrestling board games and card games - and probably video games too...hey, I haven't played all of them. The sound of the song is very bright and optimistic in the most quintessentially 80s way, though I think it was being used during the early 90s. People have remarked that it sounds like a song from an 80s Saturday Morning Cartoon. Others point to the similarity of the song's rhythm to Elecman's stage theme from Mega Man I - this actually isn't the only song from that era that sounds like that ( maybe in pro-wrestling ). A bizarre little known fact about this song, is that it was actually given to Ted Dibiase ( Million Dollar Man ) on Wrestlemania for the NES ( in 8-Bit chiptune form ) due to the fact that Ted did not yet have his famous Money Inc. song at that time. I actually posted the official video for this song in another entry but, the audio quality is noticeably better on this upload. It feels fitting that the theme I should close this out with is Lex Luger's original entrance theme from his introduction as the Narcissist. Unbeknownst to many people, Lex was originally intended as a bad guy. Vince, desperate to find someone else to fill the big shoes of the Hulkster after he had left the company, decided to turn Luger into a face which would lead to him adopting his better known All-American persona where he became the tag team partner of the British Bulldog. This change never did take with the fans, who mostly favored Hart, HBK, and Razor as the principle good guys following the departure of Ultimate Warrior, Hulkster and Savage. Regarding my thoughts about this musical composition, I absolutely love this song but, it just seems entirely unsuited for being used as the entrance music of a heel character. It has a happy, yet poignant sound about it. The airy ethereal notes of this number make it feel as though you are hearing the sounds of Heaven or the Elysian Fields as you walk on the clouds...this is going to sound corny ( I know it does ) but honestly, it is hard for me to listen to this without feeling like I am going to choke up in tears of joy. It's almost like having a spiritual experience. It induces a tremendous emotional state which Generation Y has eloquently termed as "the feels." It really is that good. Some people have stated that it sounds like a song from a "Final Fantasy" title; I'm not big into RPGs, as they seemingly make obvious choices needlessly complicated - legendary video game journalist Adam Sessler actually made fun of this aspect of RPGs in a skit he did years ago on one of the many iterations of his long running video game review show he used to have. The only video game Lex appears in as a selectable character that I know of to feature a chiptune version of this song was Royal Rumble for the SNES ( Super Famicom ). Like Razor, it was through video games that I first became familiar with Lex. UPDATE: I forgot that this other character ever existed, awesome theme song though...even if the voice-overs in it are just sound samples repeating the same thing. I had to include this one. That makes five if anyone here has the superstition that the number 4 is unlucky. I will also give an honorable mention to the themes of Big John Studd and Owen Hart's first theme before he changed it. RIP Owen and John. Jimmy Hart & J.J. Maguire - Repossessor Blues [ YET ANOTHER EDIT ] I went back and listened to Greg "The Hammer" Valentine's theme again. I've changed my mind, Greg's theme is legit and it belongs here. To be honest, I have always preferred the more outrageous gimmick of his old tag partner Brutus Beefcake when watching old footage. That entrance theme of Greg's is something else though... Jimmy Hart & J.J. Maguire - Hammer Man
  3. This long forgotten gem was never adapted into an anime but, it probably should have been. Myself and maybe one or two other people are probably the only ones here that even remember playing this now obscure 2-D fighter on the 16-Bit Megadrive. According to what I read, there were more sequels planned after "Challenge From the Dark Side" was released for the Mega-CD console, but Sega of Japan in their infinite wisdom decided to force an early end to the project in favor of its "Virtua Fighter" franchise - go and figure that out. Although I have never played the sequel, I have many fond memories of the first one. More than being simply an enjoyable electronic game, it was a work of art in many more ways than just one. The fact that the box art was done by legendary artists Boris Vallejo & Julie Bell certainly did not hurt. The premise of the story was very unconventional. Basically it goes, an omniscient alien being from the future with super cosmic powers known simply as "The Eternal Champion" grants a second chance at life to nine different fighters from different time periods who met an early death before they could change history for the better and save the world by averting the extinction level cataclysm that the Champion himself seeks to prevent. The Eternal Champion has the fighters compete against each other for the right to face him in combat and determine whether they are worthy of being allowed to return to their original time and be allowed to live out a full life to offset the negative changes which culminate in disaster. Unlike most fighting games of that era, nobody in the first title was actually evil; there were no equivalent counterparts to Shao Kahn or M. Bison storywise. The Eternal Champion himself is legitimately my least favorite final boss to fight against in any of the fighters that I have played. Not only must the player defeat the Eternal Champion in his several different forms during the same round but, the player's health points are only partially replenished between each part of the fight. If the player lost two rounds against the Eternal Champion, there would be no continues and it would be game over -- followed by the Eternal Champion lamenting in despair of how his expectations were not met while informing the player that the world is doomed and that it was their own failure to pass his test that caused it. I never became good enough where I could beat the Eternal Champion. The time travel theme is something that few other fighting game franchises used. "Time Killers" and ADK's "World Heroes" ( later acquired by SNK/Neo Geo ) were the only other two from the 16-Bit Era ( that I can name ) that used this motif. To a lesser extent, the development team from "Killer Instinct" experimented with the concept when the sequel "Killer Instinct 2" ( aka "Killer Instinct Gold" ) was released for the Nintendo 64 in the late '90s. ( EDIT: Eternal Champions was actually adapted into a comic in the issues of the official Sega publication, "Sonic the Comic", which was exclusive to the UK. The story loosely followed the lore of the game. Details here. ) I still remember my first time playing this, it would show some random character from the cast appear and smash the Sega logo before the title screen started - I always thought that was so cool. Aside from the story concept and art direction, I also really enjoyed the background music. It was some of the best ever used for a chiptune. I was delighted to learn that someone actually made remixes of them in just the past few months of my writing this. As good as some of these remixes are, I still don't feel that they necessarily replace the originals - they are an addition to them. I never much cared for Larcen's stage theme, so that might be one exception for me. Some of the songs which were great in their original chiptune form did not translate as well in the new style, so I will be omitting those. You can listen to the original chiptunes here. The artist, Hyde209, not only does covers of video game music, he is also an accomplished graphic artist as well. If you enjoy this, be sure and check him out. The first remix video is the theme from the database of the game's character bios. Hyde provides abridged versions of each of the characters' backstories. The second is of the game's main menu theme. This one is a remix of the Battle Room theme. Undoubtedly, I would have to say Jonathan Blade's stage theme was my favorite one in chiptune. This remix actually captures the spirit of the original the best out of all the iterations of it that Hyde has done, though it is still missing that whirring noise that drones in the background for most of the song on the Megadrive. Hyde did a much older metal version of this song that is also really good -- link here. He also did a couple of others that were more ambitious but, didn't strike my fancy as much - one of them a collab with a friend of his. Larcen's stage theme was my least favorite out of all the chiptunes...somehow Hyde turned this otherwise unremarkable ( and unoriginal ) song into something that's awesome. To be honest, every remix Hyde has done of Shadow's theme is great but, I think this one actually sounds the most like the original; thus, it is my favorite remixed version of it. The scantily clad blonde vixen from the cover art! Jetta Maxx is easily my waifu when it comes to anything EC. Her theme song was also one of my favorites from the original game. Out of all of Hyde's remixes of her theme, this one is my personal favorite and the only one I will feature here. Growing up, I was a Xavier main. Xavier Pendragon was my favorite character from the game and the one that I most empathized with -- he realized all too late that he had cast his pearls before swine when they burned him at the stake. Historically, I believe those accused of witchcraft were actually hanged instead of burned; the accused were still just as dead though. Each of Hyde's Eternal Champions Tribute albums has a cover of Xavier's stage theme. Although the version from his latest album "Resynthesized" sounds much more like the original, this older metal version is just so cool that I actually prefer it over the other ones. It's that kind of awesome... I have always loved shows and films where both the prehistoric and futuristic would come together. I honestly wasn't sure whether to feature Slash's stage theme remix. It's really more like music to set the mood than something made for musical enjoyment. In any case, this one is most faithful to the original and largely succeeds in capturing that feeling. The game's final boss had a pretty wicked tune even in its original 16-Bit form. I honestly think that I might like this one better than the original version. I really like the way this one turned out. The different remixes Hyde has done of Trident's theme are all so good that he is the only character whom all different theme song iterations thereof will be included here. All three have uniquely different sound qualities that set them apart as their own thing. Hyde's album "The Second Chance" included radio drama style voice acting bits relating to the deaths of each character. Out of the three, the remix from "Resynthesized" ( the first one down below ) sounds the most like the original version. I decided not to even bother with the themes of R.A.X. or Midknight because neither were as good as they should have been with modern hardware - especially Midknight's; it's a shame because Midknight's stage was one of my favorites in the game. The remix of the bad ending. And finally...the remix of the good ending.
  4. New Retro Wave has started a new talk show featuring interviews and music videos from some of the heavy hitters who are currently active in the Post-80s Synth Music Scene. Only three episodes have been made so far. It will be interesting to see where this goes as it develops. The first episode is Gothic/Halloween themed. The "Nightmare on Elm Street" gag was pure gold. I had mixed feelings about the second episode. I'm not as familiar with this Josh Dally fellow. I'm sure he's probably a nice bloke and everything but, as a purist I feel that doing crossover titles blending contemporary pop with retro synth pop sounds kinda defeats the whole purpose of going retro in the first place. Let 'em Riot had a song with similar themes/lyrics that was way better than Dally's was at the end.* Although Futurecop! has had a distinguished run in the synthwave scene, they too have been guilty of major no-nos in some of their music in years past. I suppose that at the end of the day, it's a matter of taste. I am very particular. --> * In the third episode, I thought that the first song by the featured artist that was showcased was rather weak. Second song was okay, and the third one was really good. I think it was awesome that she actually came forward as a Type-O fan. Extra cool points just for that! NewRetroWave - youtube channel NewRetroWave - Official Website
  5. Been jamming to Legend of Mana ost since the remaster's coming out in the next week or so. Always loved the art direction and character styles of the Mana series...but the music is right up there with the best of the best. Takes you through so many places within.. what are some of your favorite soundtracks? Also Grandia ost is high on the list! Love me some impressionist/jazz/anime smash up Enjoy the "album cover"series-
  6. Hi everyone! my name is monsef I'm fom morocco! I'm a guitarist, I do make anime ost covers on my YouTube channel, my hobbies are guitar, sport, anime, nature, photography, I'm glad I have joined a community where anime fans are gathered! Have a great day guys ✌
  7. Hi everybody, I want to share with a good and nice game, let's all of of us share our ideas so we all be happy and all can have different ideas for new event in the finale of this year. As we all know that a 2021 is a new year that we come after this months. So in this a thread do you have plans for days between 25th December until 30th December. For me, it is my 21 in my life for this event so I want to do so much things that I will not forget but first by sharing and watching most of this series along with my love. We will do stupid things like , I will start and be happy start and begin with wearing a very lovely skirt new year dress such as in this picture:- Then sharing my happy for this event with my friends and lovely closely friends for sure:- And like I said in the end, watching one of more of this anime series: -
  8. RATE THE ANIME SOUNDTRACK ABOVE YOU! (If this should be in the games area instead, woops, but I mean... it IS anime related, I suppose.) The thread is simple! You just rate whatever music is the person before you posted, and then post your own! You can rate the music above you in any way you feel like! But of course, there are a few rules. ~~~ RULES: - Do not respond to the person that just responded to you. An example of a correct order of turns would be this: Person A Person B Person C Person A While an incorrect order of turns would be this: Person A Person B Person A Person B And a sad order of turns would be this: Person A Person A Person A Person A - Make sure to NOT simply embed your music via YouTube or whatever. Please hyperlink instead. This is to cut down on page load time, as so many videos, even in spoiler tags, can lag a page quite significantly. - And an obvious one, play nicely. Don't do anything that would otherwise break the rules of the forum. ~~~ I'll begin! The Beheading Cycle - Old Fashioned Fairy Tale
  9. Title: Say What you Want ♥♥♥ I said you could drown if you wanted to, drown in my love, I don't got a clue, say what you want, but please, please don't forget the view. Oh yes I cried when you walked right out the room, and I tried but its just too much to sweep, with just one broom. So say what you want, I don't got a clue, I don't understand what you're meaning to, do to me, I can see, who you are, who you'll be, and I know you'll be with me, as I'm with you... So say what you want, I don't got a clue, drown in my love, yes I'm beggin' you, soar like a dove if you're meaning to, but I know who you will be, and you'll end up with me, you sweet thing you, yeah, its true, you'll end up with me, come on, you know it too, you'll end up... with me. ♥♥♥ Love you guys, hope you enjoyed this cute little poem! Note: I was Thinking it would sound really good as a song sung is kind of a folk-song way, I would love to sing it sometime but I am not a very good singer; if I practice maybe I can do it someday, gotta learn how to play guitar too as I think it'd sound better on Guitar than piano (my current instrument of my choice).
  10. Any genre and suggest how many you want, as long as it’s from 2020. Bonus points if it’s from indie artist(s)! I’m really into darksynth/retrowave, so here’s three of my heavy rotations from this year of 2020: Mirror by Dimitri De Alencar - dark synth, heavy, “Wall Street Hyenas” is fantastic! Virtuaverse.ost by MBR - another dark synth album that could well be a soundtrack for a cyberpunk game! Electric Heart by Roxi Drive - a great Retrowave album from a great singer!
  11. A thread dedicated for Anti-Nightcore. Please share your picks with me and the others.
  12. Senki Zesshou Symphogear This is one of Japan's top selling anime, with 5 seasons, over the course of the past 7 years. Season 3 was #1 in sales for its season, while season 4 was ALSO #1 in sales for its season. AND season 3 beat ONE PUNCH MAN for the ENTIRE YEAR. And it isn't popular in the absolute bloody slightest outside of Japan. I'm confused too, don't worry. But if you want one of the best hype action shows of the decade, Symphogear is for you. It does damn near everything that people love about shounen action shows, except it does them far better than most actual shounens, despite Symphogear not actually being a shounen. AND it's a fucking musical. Didn't see that coming, did you. It ain't cutesy, it lives off of the rule of cool and more or less can't go more than 5 minutes without something exploding or it dies, with music that's about as cool as that whole concept is. Watch this scene, and witness our beloved main character parry tank shells with her bare fists. https://streamable.com/s/fs4vl/qkmkei Watch Order: Symphogear (a bit rough, don't judge the show based on this season. Still good, just not peak Symphogear.) Symphogear G (This is where Symphogear actually starts to shine, and it stays that way. A shitty side studio fucked up the first season, so they fired them and swapped out 90% of the staff and you're left with a season that's vastly superior to the first in absolutely every god damn way you could ever expect. Get. To. This. Season.) Symphogear GX (It got even prettier.) Symphogear AXZ (The animation got better.) Symphogear XV (Airing right now, and is really turning out to be a proper culmination and finale of 7 years of a franchise.) OOOOO Now that you've been so heartily informed of the best show ever, I'd love to hear what any of you think of it. First impressions based on this thread maybe, or impressions from you going to watch it! It's my favourite show by a mile, so I assure you I'm more than willing to chat your ear off about it, and if you aren't impressed by it... well, leave it to me
  13. EVERFROST is combining a concept album with an integrated manga for their new album. Has anyone seen this kind of thing before? Check the new single on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy6qZbWWSGU
  14. So "Emo" music has consistently been my favorite kind of music for years now, and while "Emo" may not necessarily sum up the sound of the music it is what most people would call the bands I like. Seeing as in my household my music taste is disputed by many of my siblings as well as my parents, mainly for the sound as most of them do agree the lyrics are meaningful. So, with such bands as My Chemical Romance, Panic at the Disco, Twenty one Pilots, Icon for Hire, La Dispute, and Fallout Boy in mind what would you say you're opinion of "Emo" music is based off of sound and lyric quality.
  15. Hello, this is my first ever AMV that I made. I like making videos, hear happy people comments about it and I love watching anime. These things combined got me to doing this amv and I will make more in the future. Il be happy if you gonna leave a comment. I wanna become way more better. Thanks for your time and enjoy! https://youtu.be/TYoalZ2tfJA
  16. Hello everyone! Spring here! So today let's talk about anime. Yes anime you say? Well, I do love anime but i am also a big fan of the idolmaster. What's the idolmaster....... Wait what am i saying?... Oh yeah. sorry! lol! Anyway today's topic is first and second character favorites. tell me who is your first character favorite and your second character favorite. it can be either anime or some other character from a different show. anyway can't wait to red your messages. GETTING SO EXCITED OVER HERE!! Sincerely, Glitter Spring
  17. Just recently I fell into the trap that is the utaite community after leaving an AMV on autoplay. I love Mafumafu and Soraru. Any other utatite fans (utaite-rs?) here?
  18. share your best PewDiePie meme of 2018
  19. Okay, so it appears this review/expose' will definitely have to be an expose', now I know a lot of people don't believe in the Illuminati or anything like that but if you would, please hear me out and read through my entire post before judging it. Here is the video, feel free to watch it now if you want to get your own impression of it before reading my review. I will provide time-stamps below when talking about certain parts of the song, so if you want to simply keep up with what I am saying and not watch the entire video, feel free to start reading right away. Okay, so at the 0:01 second mark we already see some symbolism in the form of an Owl, now some of you may not understand what this Owl symbolizes, therefore I will provide you with the details. The Owl represents Moloch (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moloch). Moloch is the god of child-sacrifice and was worshiped by the ancient Canaanites back in the times recorded in the Old testament. Moloch is still worshiped today, by elites and by the Illuminati. Want to see proof of this? Well here you go, this email was recovered and is one of the 33K emails Hillary Clinton tried to delete: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moloch <I mean hey, you can't really disprove the fact that there are elites who worship Moloch when you see them mention him by name right there. Also, if you think that the "chicken" referred to in this email is actually a chicken, then sadly and regrettably are you mistaken. Chicken just like Pizza, Hot-dogs and vegetables is a code-word for Children, therefore in this email we have proof that the elites do in fact worship Moloch and do in fact sacrifice children to him; its not so far-fetched now is it? The elites have always craved power and when worshiping the god of child-sacrifice what else would they sacrifice? Now you may be thinking, "Okay, but as we can all see, Moloch is not an Owl but instead a Minotaur" right? Well you would be partially correct, in the olden times yes, Moloch was predominately portrayed as a Minotaur demon, however in nowadays culture we see more and more the representation of him as an Owl. Take for example Bohemian grove; Bohemian grove is a very secret place where many elites go to meet up. As we can see here in this Alex Jones video, they worship Moloch and he is depicted as an Owl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Mziyg9ofPM They perform (rumoured) mock sacrifices however, it is believed and quite apparent imo that they actually do sacrifice children to Moloch in Bohemian grove. In this next video Alex Jones asks David Gergen about the Bohemian grove's rituals and what he meant by "I don't run around in the wood's naked". Just watch his reaction to Alex Jones questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHFoUZEjuNM Now if the Bohemian grove were really just an elite party where nothing really went on, he could have easily discussed further what they did in Bohemian grove. The name for "Owl" in Egyptian is Moloch. This explains why today it is represented as an owl, it is also easier to hide an Owl in plain sight in your videos and use it for subliminal messaging than a giant demonic Minotaur. Now an Owl by its lonesome does not symbolize Moloch automatically, however since this video contains so many other references to the Illuminati/Masons it is quite clear why it was incorporated in this MV. Okay, now on to the next part of the video I wanted to discuss. At the eight second mark we can see a doll/puppet wearing on her head some sort of a cage. Now some people would say "That is just to keep her hair in place" however it goes much deeper than something as innocent as that. Now before I get into why she is a puppet I will have to first explain to you the cage on her head otherwise you may not understand what I am getting at. Okay, so the cage symbolizes what is known as "Beta sex-kitten programming", a form of "Monarch Mind control". Now if you haven't heard of either of these I suggest you research them, for now though I will provide you with some information on said subjects. Okay, so have you ever heard of "MK Ultra"? Well MK Ultra programming is a mind control program, it was illegal at the time it was started but was officially sanctioned in 1953. The intended purpose of the MK ultra operation was to force confessions out of people through mind control, this my friends, is all documented. Note: Images retrieved from Wiki. MK ultra programming was officially stopped in 1973 (At least that is what we are supposed to believe) however it is quite apparent that it still goes on today. "The program engaged in many illegal activities, including the use of U.S and Canadian citizens as its unwitting test subjects, which led to controversy regarding its legitimacy. MK Ultra used numerous methods to manipulate peoples mental states and alter brain functions, including the surreptitious administration of drugs (LSD) and other chemicals, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse (including the sexual abuse of children), and other forms of torture" -Wiki. MK Ultra mind control symbols include: Cages over head, White rabbits, Animal prints, butter-fly's and more. Since the video has this far only shown the cage symbolism that is what I will focus on seeing as going over even the few other examples I stated would take too long. Alright, so the cage symbolizes mental captivity, it tells us that the wearer has been broken and is now completely and utterly under the influence of MK ultra mind programming have lost all freedom. Not only does it represent mental slavery but also physical, because the MK ultra victims have "handlers" or I guess I should say, controllers. These controllers keep them in check and use them for their own pleasure. Their are so many singers who portray themselves caged, such as: Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Brooke hogan, Justin Bieber and more! We can also tell that this is symbolism for MK ultra because many times it is accompanied by other symbolism. The American intelligence agency tattooed some of their MK Ultra victims with tats of Monarch butterflies, roses or bluebirds so they could identify them easier. Here we can see Lady Gaga sporting the ever so popular cage on stage and here in this next picture I will show you we can see her with the Monarch butterfly symbol, coincidence? I think not. So there you have it, Lady Gaga as well as many other celebrities openly show their allegiance to the Illumainti/Masons and their mental slavery due to MK ultra/Project Monarch mind control. (I don't think I need to explain the hidden eye symbolism). Okay, moving on yet again, because yes, there is still even more... So at 0:13 and even better at 0:25 we can see the All-seeing eye symbol. As I said, I do not think I need to explain this symbol, if you do not recognize it then please, go and research it for yourself. Around the All-seeing eye on her shirt we can see a thunder-cloud, like the name of the song. However all around it is lightning, if you watch further we see the Lightning symbolism a whole lot more throughout. The lightning symbolizes Lucifer's fall from heaven and has always been linked to such. Luke 10:18 "And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven" -KJV. Lady gaga has used this symbolism many times as well as other singers and bands such as AC/DC and KISS. Seeing as the lightning is seen surrounding the All-seeing eye in this video we can assume its intended purpose is to symbolize Satan. Also, if anyone could translate the Japanese around the eye for me, It would be much appreciated. ~♥ Moving on yet again. 1:42 seconds, the animal symbolism, and of course, it has to be cat. This symbolizes what I mentioned earlier, "Beta sex-kitten programming", this is a form of Monarch mind control that forces the victim to conform to the handlers every sexual command. Many singers display this kind of symbol in their work and wear animal print. For example Katy Perry, who in an interview straight up said "I sold my soul to the Devil". Here is the link to said interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPvtGvGtOzM After her change from Gospel singer to Satanist, Katy Perry has shown her allegiance to the Illuminati and to Satan. Image 1: Flashing the 666 (mark of the beast) while wearing animal print. Image 2: The official MV dark-horse portrays Katy Perry with the All-seeing eye symbolism (as well as much more). Onto the next part of this MV now. 1:50 Now there it is, what we were all waiting for. The final nail in the coffin, the butter-fly. Seeing as well have all this other symbolism throughout, It is obvious that this butterfly symbolizes Monarch mind control. Welp, that is that my friends I hope you enjoyed my expose' of "Thunderclouds" and I hope you have learnt something new. Feel free to comment whatever you wish in the comments, If I missed anything please tell me and have a grand day darlings. PS. Stay tuned for my next review/expose', I will be reviewing "High hopes" Music video, from my favourite band, Panic! at the Disco's new Album titled "Pray for the Wicked".
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  21. AmvSenju

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    Hello! My name is AmvSenju and I want to know your opinion about amv's (anime music video's). I just started making them and I want to get better at it.
  22. I have been an avid listener of Anime and Otaku Rap music for about 6 years now. For those who do not know the genre, Anime Rap music is Rap music about or inspired by 1 or 2 Anime. Otaku Rap music is Rap music inspired by Anime and Otaku Culture. Has anyone ever heard any songs from the genre? My favorite artists currently is Chaos Network, Otaku Rapper of Chicago and his team, Team Otaku TrendSetters. I have found out about many Anime from his music and have become very empowered by listening because his music was created perssonally for Otaku and Anime fans and it makes me proud to be one. Here is his music incase you guys want to listen. Crossing the Fields Anime Otaku Drill Vol. 1
  23. They can be really genki or cute! I nominate Yayoi Takatsuki from The [email protected] (she's the top right for those unfamiliar with the series) Though Miki Hoshii is my most favourite, Yayoi always had that really genki attitude! In a more recent series, I've found Nadeshiko Kagamihara from Yuru Camp also has that infectious smile. And Nepgear from Hyperdimension Neptunia... but I won't get started on that. What about you?
  24. So here we are, Panic! at the disco's High hopes MV. Lets get into it, shall we? Okay, so the video starts off with Brendon stepping out of a car (0:07), well-dressed as usual. His exit from the car is timed perfectly with the music and is the perfect time for his reveal. When first the words "High, high hopes" are sung we can see the camera moves upward and focuses on the sky-scrapers; this makes us think of how high sky-scraper's are immediately and prepares us for the rest of the MV very well, a great start. The on-screen text fades but not before we see it pass behind Brendon (0:23), this serves better for the camera angle chosen seeing as otherwise we would merely see the tree behind Brendon; simply, it is more aesthetically pleasing. While Brendon sings "High, high hopes" we can see that he is looking upward, again, its the small things that make all the difference, this was very well choreographed. As Brendon sing the line "I was gonna be that one in a million" (0:32) the shot is just perfect, with the people passing him by right in front of him and the cars and numerous people in the background it really shows how many people their are, yet he is still the main focus of the shot standing precisely in the middle of the shot; perfect. As Brendon walks down the side-walk we can see him getting shouldered by many people (0:37); we can attribute this to the many hard-ships he has faced (many of which we can see in "Hey look ma, I made it") such as losing his other band members and many more hardships. We can see he is distressed as he turns around because it is written all over his face yet as he continues walking he takes yet another shoulder, this time however he does not look back at all and yet continues walking forward confidently; this shows us that he has taken control, he doesn't care what people say or what hard-ships get in the way, he is doing this. As the lyrics state in "Emperor's new clothes", "I see it, I want it, I take it" and as Brendon said in an interview on said song: "I wanted a song that says, 'this is mine. I do what I do because I feel that its my right. I own this, and I've earned it, and I deserve every bit that I put into this work". This is the kind of transformation I feel like we are witnessing in the music video for High hopes. At 1:03 when Brendon sings the words, "Momma said, don't give up" he looks upward at the towering building before him, obviously symbolizing the challenges he would have to face in his career; Brendon looks intimidated at first but immediately gets down to it and begins scaling the building just as the Chorus breaks in again, simply fantastic! The entire scene of Brendon's walk up the building is fantastic, this MV fits perfectly with the Lyrics and is just really beautiful to watch. As Brendon nears the end of the climb he slips and nearly falls (2:13) just as he start's singing "They say its all been done but they haven't seen the best of me", he then conquers the climb and makes it to the top of the building, solidifying his victory and new beginning. Again, just wanted to point out how wonderfully choreographed and performed this MV was, Brendon could honestly be an actor. After he has reached the top of the tall building till the end of the video (just as the whole video was) is perfect. We can see his logo stapled atop the building, I believe this tells us he was always destined to make it to the top, like his momma said "Fulfill the prophecy" he has done it and accomplished his destiny. Okay guys, so that was a rather quick and to the point review, I hope you liked it! Feel free to comment below and be sure to appreciate the beauty around you so you will realize just how beautiful your day truly is! ~♥
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