Hearing a musician put a different spin on a song than the original performer can always be interesting – many times it’s just a matter of them playing the song, not including substantial changes, but other times they transform it into something different. In either case, it’s normally at least worth a listen to compare.
Here’s week 2 of my little list! 3 albums, and all of them are well worth checking out!
Since the first week of these posts was well-accepted, I’ll definitely be continuing these for a while. They’re easy to put together, easy to discuss, and it lets me have more music-related posts on my blog.
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A rhythm game was certainly not high on my list for ideas of Vita games to get, yet here I am with a copy of one based entirely on vocaloid music. If you aren’t familiar with vocaloids, they are basically synthetic voices programmed to sing. For an example, check out the below video – it might also work well as background music for this post (and it’s also the opening theme for the game).