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Girls Dead Monster Official Band Score - Keep The Beats! [Limited Pressing]

Girls Dead Monster Official Band Score - Keep The Beats! [Limited Pressing]


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Official Release Date Jul 28, 2010
Genre Video Game Soundtrack
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0003073243
Catalog No.  SVWC-7721
Item Code  4534530038579

track listing

1 Crow Song (Yui ver.)
2 Thousand Enemies
3 Shine Days
4 23:50
5 Run With Wolves
6 Morning Dreamer
7 Rain Song
8 Alchemy (Yui ver.)
9 一番の宝物 (Yui ver.)
10 Little Braver (Album ver.)
11 My Song (Yui ver.)
12 My Soul, Your Beats! (Gldemo ver.)

description

Play, or sing to Girls Dead Monster's energetic songs. To make your performances easier, the Angel Beats girls bring you Keep the Beats! Band Score. All the songs in their album are included in this collection, (except for Brave Song Gldemo version), so gather your band around and perform.

The collection includes comments and advice from Maeda Jun, the music producer. Those who can read Japanese can see the idea behind the songs. Also, be sure to read LiSA's, the lead vocalist's advice on the best way to project your voice.

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:4

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night_phoenix (17) on 05, Sep. 2010 21:20 (HKT)

Anime musical scores are so nice. You can finally play and also listen to your favorite anime band playing at the same time!
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kristoffer.onias (1) on 04, Sep. 2010 08:41 (HKT)
Awesome
Pro:
Having the instrumental tracks along with the band score is a plus. It's a little more expensive than most band score, but combined with an album it's a great deal.
If you're new to reading tabs, theres 2 pages worth of tab/standard notation definitions for all instruments (in Japanese).
The paper used in the band score is great for playing straight off of it. Most band scores that I own have a thicker paper which does not stay open well.
To save paper it seems they wrote the coda for the second play through in parenthesis instead of creating a bunch of pages. This keeps you from having to flip through pages while cold reading.

Con:
As with most Japanese band scores, the paper size and font sizes are a lot smaller than what Americans use primarily. It makes cold reading a tab difficult if you have less than perfect eye-sight.
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wongtsg (18) on 17, Aug. 2010 21:02 (HKT)
Great
With this score, you can play as good as Girl Dead Monster. Angel Beats fans should buy this
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