garrick lee (
Thu, 21 Oct 1999 21:53:14 -0700 (PDT)

ehhm...actually, i'm starting to like them funky anime
music. they're growing on me. even g gundam's first
opening song (even if it has that annoying "shining
finger" in the's just so funny...) maybe
it's because they sound so much like 80's music.

off topic question 1: why do japanese songs contain a
fair number of english words? (i think they're the
only language that incorporates another language in
their music as-a-matter-of-factly) not that i'm
complaining, since those few english words are
probably the only ones i understand. :P (shoulda
stayed awake in japanese class...)

really really off topic question 2: anyone know if
there are full-length ENGLISH opening and ending songs
for lodoss war, and where i can find them? (i mean
the ones that are sung in the english dubbed OVA
series. by "full length" i mean the whole musical
score, and not just the one minute theme). i'm not
talking about the english song "eternity". they all
seem to have different lyrics (are they exact


--- Kaworu Nagisa <> wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Oct 1999 20:10:58 -0700 WooJin Lee
> <> wrote:
> >Its a J-Pop group called Two-Mix, they also do the
> second Opening song for
> >Gundam Wing as well as the Ending theme for Gundam
> Wing:Endless Waltz.
> >They've recently been doing a fair number of anime
> theme songs for series
> >such as Detective Conan(Truth) and a soccer anime
> which name I forgot ;).
> >In fact, Two-Mix was featured in a manga of
> Detective Conan.....
> >
> >The Main thing I dislike about Two-Mix, while their
> songs are pretty good
> >for the most part, is the fact that they all start
> to sound alike after a
> >while...but anyway ;) I hope that answers your
> question!
> Yeah... "White Reflection" has a similar beat to
> "Rhythm Emotion". But hey, if it's good stuff, I
> don't really mind getting more of it ^_^
> Kaworu Nagisa (aka Veilchen)
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