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Princess Ghibli

April 13, 2011 | Format: MP3

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I've been a fan of Studio Ghibli for as long as I can remember, and equally as much, heavy metal music. When my roommate gifted this to me, I was a little unsure of what to expect, but after listening to it, my mind was BLOWN!
BLOWWWNN!!!

A fantastic mix of gritty metal, harmonious vocal work, and guitar solos that will melt off your face. This is the most carefully constructed 'tribute' album I've ever listened to. Download it, for 8 bucks, you WON'T regret it!
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As a fan of Studio Ghibli and also of face meltng Heavy Metal even i didn't dare to hope this tribute would be as good as it is. But this is quite simply one of the best metal records for ages.

Thundering percussion, screaming power metal riffage and soaring solos meld the Ghibli tracks into an altogether unforgettable modern metal experience. They lose none of their melody and even keep a great deal of their original charm, helped in no small part by the dual male/female vocal combination. The male vocals are low and gutteral but perfectly listenable, we're not talking nu-metal or screamo and the female vocals, lead on most tracks, are still very sweet, girlish and deliciously kawaii ^^ , riding beautifully over the metal roar.

And what a roar it is, prime power metal straight from the Dragonforce / Helloween / X-Japan school of rock. The beautiful Arrietty's Song, a stunning version of Tonari No Totoro and ramped up Teru No Uta are among the highlights. Gake No Ue No Ponyo is almost Maximum The Hormone in its random genius and only Nausicaa Requiem slips a little into nu-blase-metal territory but even that is rescued by its catchy refrain. There are so many highlights it really is a moot point! And it's wonderfully produced, too, not a hint of evil compression or digital clipping. You can turn this up to 11 and still enjoy!

It is, of course, sung almost entirely in Japanese but that should not put you off. You'll be missing out on an absolute joy!
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This album is wild. It is different. It has metal and oriental elements combined into one wild musical show.
Definitely listen to the previews to make sure its your thing. No refunds on digital downloads!
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Now, I was very skeptic when I first saw this, but I was so intrigued that I had to get it. I've gotta say, the album is great. I never thought anyone could improve a Studio Ghibli song with screamo and metal, but I was wrong. Now I will say there are one or two songs that would've worked better without the screamo, but the majority of it is great. You won't be disappointed if you check this out.
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