Shizu.Yue

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Vocaloid : Blessed Messiah and the Tower of AI

Original version (without English sub):
【ボカロ10人】祝福のメシアとアイの塔【オリジナルMV】/【VOCALOID 10】『Blessed Messiah and the Tower of AI』【Original MV】

I fell in love with this song from Hitoshizuku × Yama△, with Suzunosuke‘s lovely artwork. They are the same team who did the Synchronicity series, which I love so much, so I knew I’m getting into something good. I just didn’t know how much of a feel trip this one would be. ;_; Consider yourself warned.

I also want to gush about how beautiful this video is. The 3D modeled animation and 2D art worked together so well. Watching this team’s works is always such an experience.

2018 Remake of “The End of Hatsune Miku”

Also known as “Disappearance of Hatsune Miku” (of which I have posted about its English lyrics long ago), a famous Vocaloid song of extremely high singing speed has reached its 10th anniversary!!

The remake version is a little different although the melody is mostly the same, and I’m still not sure how well I like it. Reading the lyrics still make me tear up a bit. ;_;

The song’s creator cosMo@bousouP posted this remake version on his official Youtube channel where he has posted several other remakes and a lot of his newer creations, do check them out~!

Luo TianYi (洛天依) sings Fujoshi’s Theory of Love

Thanks to viewing the Dragon Nest China server’s news about DWC Championship 2013, I learned about one of the Chinese vocaloid Luo TianYi (洛天依). At first I wasn’t very interested, but lately I went searching for her songs on a whim.

And while this is not the first song I found that I really liked, it definitely is one of the most memorable. Afterall, I AM a fujoshi. 😛

PS. The person who uploaded and translated the video/song named the song Rotten Girl’s Theory of Love, but I went with the term Fujoshi’s Theory of Love.

PPS. Warning, if you are not a fan of Boys’ Love or Yaoi, this song will likely make no sense at all to you. And google those terms at your own’s risk/

A favorite song – All This Time

Just so happened that I was updating the applications in my HTC Flyer when I spotted the Soundhound application and decided to let it try identify a song I loved for a very long time, but didn’t know its title or its artist. For convenience’s sake, I had named it “All This Time” as the phrase was repeated many times.

Soundhound only listened for around 5 seconds of its vocals before giving me the song name : フロンティア by 中谷美紀. The song フロンティア is in Japanese, and as it turned out, the song I have is the English version that is named “All This Time”. (o_o;;) It seems I’ve already gotten the name right.

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It’s harder starting over Than never to have ch…

It’s harder starting over
Than never to have changed

— Blackbirds, Linkin Park #

The New Girl – Vocaloid Lily!

Vocaloid Lily Gets A Figure

I haven’t been actively checking out Vocaloid related things for months now, but thank goodness one of my friends is. And she told me that there’s going to be a new Vocaloid! And that she’s likely a rock star type Vocaloid! So lovely!

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Download to donate for Haiti

I saw this before but never really checked it out. Now that I did, I felt that I should share as well. The Linkin Park song ‘Not Alone’ is really nice and the video (on Youtube) is heartbreaking.

The embedded player is a little big and I don’t know how to shrink it properly, so please ‘Read more’ to view it.

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OverClocked ReMix!

http://www.ocremix.org/

I just learned about it from a topic in my most frequently visited forum and I have a feeling I might have heard a few pieces before, without knowing they are OCR pieces. And I regret not knowing about it earlier.

Here are some pretty nice pieces, recommended by a forumer and I quite like a few of them too. Like the Metal Gear Solid remix, both linked Chrono Trigger ones, etc.

Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds!

Okay, it happened a few days ago (22th May 2009) but I went to the Final Fantasy Distant Worlds Orchestra Concert! It was teh love! I have always had a weakness for full blown orchestra pieces, and now that the pieces are some of my favorite game soundtrack, I don’t think I’ll forget this ever. Even with my crappy memory.

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Vocaloid : Daughter and Servant of Evil

This is a combined version of the two songs, Rin’s ‘Daughter of Evil’ (悪ノ娘) and it’s alternate side, Len’s ‘Servant of Evil’ (悪の召使い). There’s a story sequel, ‘Message of Regret’ (リグレットメッセージ) by Rin.

Actually, this is not the versions I first saw, but it puts the story together the best, although sometimes the graphics isn’t that great.

The first one I saw for Daughter of Evil is Rin’s “悪ノ娘 PV” with English Lyric, which kind of weirded me out.

As for Servant of Evil, it’s Len’s “悪の召使い” with English Lyric, which had me crying and re-watching it.

For Message of Regret, it’s Rin’s “リグレットメッセージ” with English Lyric Cleaned up, which is a version sequel to the Servant of Evil one. I also cried through this entire video. I can’t find the version prequel, or it would be lovely.

I think the videos themselves should explain the stories well enough, so I won’t touch on them. Go watch them, if you haven’t.

Vocaloid : 夢みることり

I actually listened to Gakupo and Kaito duet version first (the embedded video here), then proceeded to hear the four Vocaloid version (Miku, Rin, Kaito and Len), then the rest of the versions. Surprisingly, I like almost all of them (forgot which one I didn’t like as much). Click on the link if you want to know more, but don’t say I didn’t warn you, it’s a Japanese site. ^^;

http://www5.atwiki.jp/hmiku/pages/383.html

Maybe I’ll touch on a few more of the other Vocaloid songs that I like sometimes. xD

Turn the Sky, by Angelzoom feat Apocalyptica

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jx7yC_zGlPw
What’s more hilarious is I saw this on a cross-posted entry at my Livejournal and noticed, for the very first time, that it features Apocalyptica. And I found this song way before I got into Apocalyptica, lol. The world works in damn weird ways.

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