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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

First Video: Touhou Project x NAMCO SOUNDS and then some

Count the last time when for three consecutive days we have new songs of which to show First Videos! First of the three is the 6.08 Version Update to Murasaki fresh out this morning! Check out the five videos while we work on the DonChare list for September.

 ドリームパレード Dream Parade (3/4/4/5; 381 notes on Oni; Papa Mama Support on Kantan)
A light addition, especially compared with the rest of this week's potential releases. That doesn't mean it's very easy though: even with only singly-colored triples at most, the speed and the amount of notes can be considered pretty stamina-draining for this rating level.

 Ladystar Wandering (4/6/7/8; 521 notes on Oni)

For having created Sports Digest-don and junction, Nakatsuru has not left the urban/jazz vibes home with this rendition of Magus Knight. Mixed clusters at offbeats galore, similar to the spiritual prequels and the like-genred Sunset Runaway.

 ライコタイコディスコ Raiko Taiko Disco (3/5/5/8; 666 notes on Oni)

Boogie on baby! With a disco basis, this is the only one of the four songs to not have any 24th separations, only a multitude of hanging off-beat doubles. A little extra arrangement hits can be helpful to space them accurately.

 深緋の心臓 -SCARLET HEART- Kokihi no Shinzou -SCARLET HEART- (3/5/6/8; 666 notes on Oni)

If you like the more serious-sounding vocal Touhou arrangements, then this is for you. Mostly a mixed selection of triples, plus longer but slightly more regular streams, star this chart.

 郢曲/暁闇 Eikyoku/Gyouan (3/5/8/10; 993 notes on Oni)

Yup, expect nothing less when the signature boss-song composer couples with a high-level boss music in the source games. 24th runs rampant within a mix of 16th and 12th, comparable to Linda AI-CUE's last 10-star non-NamOri vocal song (Honey Heartbeat Ura).

1 comment:

  1. Ladystar Wandering= magus night
    Raiko Taiko Disco = Primorial Beat
    Scarlet Heart= Septette for the Dead Princess
    Eikyoku/Gyouan = U.N Owen Was Her?