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The Mutericator

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    Saint Louis

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
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    Vocals: Male
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    Baritone-ish

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  1. In Mozzaratti's defense, his tracks stand out to me as some of the best on an already excellent album.
  2. Thanks for the help, guys! I really do appreciate it, having something other than the same six songs I've been practicing over and over will be a nice change of pace.
  3. Hey all, long time since I last posted here. To save time, I've started learning piano like I've always wanted to, and I'm looking for some relatively easy video game-related sheet music to help me along. I've already got some 200 files, all PDF and MIDI files of video game songs, but the problem is that they're about a level ahead of where I am currently (we're talking "Take Me Out to the Ball Game", here). I don't mind the idea of playing the Super Mario Bros theme without all the chords, but the problem is that every piece of music likes to add every instrument they can - which is fine and
  4. I have kLuTz's 600 AD in piano saved. I have the pages - 1 through 6 - on my Dropbox public folder. If someone would mind hosting these somewhere permanent, I'm sure future piano-learners would appreciate it: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD1.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD2.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD3.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD4.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD5.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD6.jpg http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3373393/600AD/600AD7.jpg
  5. I'm not talking about introductions or trailers, I'm talking about completing Tales of Symphonia (twice!) and playing about 20 hours into its sequel. I'm talking about full experiences, playing through the whole game. I am NOT trying to say everyone else should be as bothered by this like it bothers me, I just find it the most grating thing about the series... I like Tales of games, I really do, but the anime cliche dialogue is seriously one of the few things holding back the series in my opinion. The battles are great, the plots are... good enough for a JRPG (plot is an excuse to go dungeon-d
  6. Because it's overplayed as hell. And yes, I know it's chock full of anime cliches because a) it's a Tales game and you can watch the damn trailer and figure it out in a heartbeat. Yes, this IS a bad thing, because the gameplay is fun but ruined by "oh, it's nothing" and "..." and all that crap that keeps me from replaying Tales of Symphonia or finishing its sequel. If there were more "American action movie" trope abusers out there, it would be a bad thing too. But seriously, playing Tales of games (honorable mention: Eternal Sonata) is just painful for me. I mean, obviously, if you enjoy it,
  7. It's not only that (though that's a very astute observation), in this particular case the Wii version was so buggy that they eventually issued a recall on it. There is a REASON Tales Studios has been outright hemophiliac with their money. ... Honestly, I'm kind of okay with that. I want them to keep failing, until they get off their asses and make a Tales game that isn't so stuffed with anime cliches that it shits "it's nothing"s and ellipses.
  8. Brinstar Red: The rattle is a little too loud, and when your chorus comes in it sounds like there's an extra high piano note or two that shouldn't be there. REALLY liking the "Jurassic" or "Prehistoric" feel of it, and like Rozovian said, there's some mixing issues. The percussion's higher pitch means it shouldn't - at least in my uneducated opinion - be as loud, because the higher sound will travel fine without the extra volume. ... Actually, the drums are fine, it's that damn rattle drowning everything else out. If I had to nitpick (note: uneducated non-remixer nitpicking, good sign this sho
  9. I can't find the link to download the file, there are ADS EVERYWHERE. Try uploading to Tindeck?
  10. Haha, that's pretty much the same reason I DON'T like Post Collegiate Shuffle, I was only a year from finishing school (now graduated and happily employed), and knew lots of people who were quite pleased already after graduation. So it was pretty much my antithesis; when I'd listen to Bremelanotide, I'd skip over it and pretty much just listen to My Gay Shirt, Bank Holiday, the Balloon Fight remix, and the Code Monkey cover. I am noticing a significant lack of wrestling references in this new album. This bothers me.
  11. I really want to like this one, but... it's just so much meaner than the original. Like, I realize there was stuff on album one that I didn't like, like Post Collegiate Shuffle and the like, but on this ones I can only think of "Breaking up with Bret" and "No Homo" that I really enjoyed... the rest are kind of "eh".
  12. I saw this title and thought, "oh man, I WOULD have liked a 4th Black Mages album, if III didn't suck so hard." Turns out I'm not the only one that thought they went to shit...
  13. I assume you've been in good health over the last two years or so?
  14. "I own and love Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Dragon Quest IX, Final Fantasy III (DS), Fable II, and probably a few others I'm forgetting, but they should give you an idea. I tried Fallout 3 and Chrono Trigger and they didn't hold my attention very well." Mmmmkay... no to Chrono Trigger but yes to FF3? Shaaaame. If that's the case, Etrian Odyssey III is out on the DS, and it's light on story and heavy on job-based gameplay (reviewers compared it to FFs 3 and 5, compared to the previous Etrians, because of subclassing that appears later). Dragon Quest IX, another job-system styled classic JRPG? I
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