Thursday, March 31, 2011

In The Year 2011, The Bionic Arm Rulez!

Bionic Arm! Is this the new ROCKET PUNCH?! I'm not sure but the energy MVC3 has generated just this past month has been crazy. There will be more Marvelous Antics to come!





Saturday, March 26, 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

BLOOOOOODIA!

The BLODIA PUNCH is a prime example of why it is extremely beneficial to own your own giant robot!

I Smack Planes Off Da Building. I'm A F#CKIN' APE!

HELTAH SKELTAH freestyle in Amsterdam. Ruck & Rock FTW!
☆☆☆POPULAR RATING: 8.7/10☆☆☆

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

☆☆FRXIV BASM QUEST☆☆


Greetings. O.K. to make this simple for everyone this year. Yes! I am going to the Pink Pony Strip Club in Atlanta! That is if you want to come with me?!?! (Trust me, YOU WANT TO COME WITH ME!)

So I need You find me at FRXIV, this Thursday or Friday at the Hilton Hotel and tell me that you want to go, sign the list and pay me. The plan is to go on Friday or Saturday Night from 11pm-2am. (The time may change depending on the tournament.) Please stay tuned to this site for more updates. Also, since the party bus plan is damn near impossible! I will need designated drivers.


☆☆☆☆Requirements:☆☆☆☆
Proper and Up-to-Date Picture ID: Drivers License or Passport are great!
You must be 21. (No Exceptions)
Fee: $30-$35 (Entry, Tables and Commute Fee)
Attire: Anything is O.K. but If I were you I would "Think Popular."
Common Sense: Do I really need to go into this?! Be cool and if you have a question, ask me.


☆☆☆Confirmed Players List:☆☆☆
Scott Popular (Host, ATL/TKY)
Juice (Co-Host, Atlanta)
Tokido (Tokyo)
GoogleMyName (SRK)



☆☆☆F.A.Q.☆☆☆
Q: Hey! SP I'm a girl. Can I join your party?
A: YES! And bring your other girlie friends too.

Q: Will I need a lot of money?
A: Honestly in total, I would bring about $150 - $200. Get a lot of ones and please do not use the ATM in the club unless you want to get RAPED?

Q: Can I bring my Camera Phone?
A: Due to the popularity of the camera phones. I think it will be O.K. (I will check for certain on Thursday Night) Either way, please don't decide to have a Kodak moment in the Pony and get Sentinel Stomped out the Bouncers!

Q: Is it 100% Nude?
A: Yes, it is 100% my friend.


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Blue Submarine No.06 OST 1 & 2 by The Thrill



One of the most important features of any anime is its' music. All great animes should have superb soundtracks. The music from Blue Submarine No.06 is top notch. I actually had this CD by The Thrills way back when I was DJ-ing for WRAS 88.5FM. I don't have it now so I went fishing on the net and I came across this review. Check it out!

-SP

"Not only did the show BLUE SUBMARINE NO. 6 offer an engaging story, interesting characters and exciting visuals, it offered a rich and unique aural experience as well. The musical backdrop to the animated action was provided by The Thrill, a 16-member band from Tokyo. The Thrill has been around since 1990 and has put out a few albums, but this looks like the first time they contributed their unique fusion of jazz, funk, and rock to a soundtrack.
  This is a CD that deserves to be played on a good sound system in order to appreciate the rich interplay of instruments. Otherwise, the music sounds muddy as the tones blend together and you can't hear the full range. With 16 instruments, there is a lot of range in The Thrill's performance.
  To the casual listener, the BLUE SUBMARINE NO. 6 soundtrack sounds like a long jam session, and quite honestly, it does seem like one. One wonders how The Thrill's live performances compare to the static recording on this CD. ("Static" in the sense that the music will always be performed the same way every time the CD is played.)
  After listening to the soundtrack a number of times, the differences between the tracks start becoming apparent. The first piece, "Ao no Kakusei," serves as an introduction to The Thrill's grand style and as a yardstick for comparing the rest of the album. "006 ~ Senkou" kicks into high gear with the rapid rythmn provided by a mix of bass, guitar, drums, and keyboards while the horn section belts out the melody—a fantastic piece for conveying the excitement of Blue Submarine No. 6's launch. The high energy funk continues in "Kurayami ni Kiwotukero," showcasing the keyboard work by band member Sumida Satosi.
  The Thrill appears to set things back a notch for a mellowly paced "Hamon," but not for long, since they lapse back into a quick tempo throughout the piece, suggestive of the title's translation: "ripples." A favorite track, "Aishu no Submariner," has a laid back pace, featuring a pensive trumpet melody that might make Chuck Mangione proud. Folks who have seen the anime will most likely recognize "GRANPUS" as the sometimes sinister, sometimes whimsical tune playing when the attack sub is deployed.
  The Thrill turns the funk back up for "Shinkaigyo." One almost expects the band to break into a 70's rendition of the Rocky theme during this song. "006 ~ Shingeki" makes a good companion piece to "006 ~ Senkou." While it doesn't have the same arrangement of instruments, it has the same "feel" to it.
  To wrap up the album, the ending song "Minasokoni Nemure" is included. It's a tour-de-force piece, featuring lyrics and vocals by band member Yukarie. All of the musicians have a section in the song to truly shine, and the song compliments the James Bond-style animated ending very well.
  With the growing number of jazz musicians finding their way onto anime soundtracks these days, The Thrill stands out in the vanguard of this movement. It seems a shame that we're stuck with a studio recording of their work for this album, because they sound like they'd be more interesting at a live performance. Still, the CD recording is very cool and successful at showing us the unique musical identity of the band that is The Thrill. Hopefully it's a harbringer of more to come. - John Yung"

Wow! You read all that?! Well, I guess you deserve a cookie. So here! Click here for Blue Submarine No.6 OST 1 & 2!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Mortal Kombat 9! @4:50 It Gets Real Damn GRIZZLEY!

I was watching this on Jeff's FB page and when the video got to the 4:50 mark. I was like, "Damn! That Sucked!" to the "Wham! GRIZZLEY!!!" Dood! I live in Tokyo. So I had to add this new technique to my list of "Oh yeah chump! Now What! Attacks!"

I'm pretty sure that we will be playing a little MK9 during our next FinalRoundBats series. I'm not certain that it will be on the official 2011-2012 FRB card but with dramatic visuals like this. It may very well happen.





Friday, March 4, 2011

Man. If you can't feel this song at 1:00. You have no SOUL!

Allow me repeat myself. If you can't feel this song at 1:00. You have no SOUL! I'm about to fall out my damn chair! Big Boi kills it again shawty! ATL HO!

☆☆☆POPULAR RATING: 8.5/10☆☆☆

Thursday, March 3, 2011

SWAGGER KILLER - Yelawolf


Tree Sound Studios is producing some really solid sounds and Killing Swagg at the same damn time! So I repeat. The sound is call "Swagger Killer" Get wit it and Click the picture slick!

SKULLGIRLS! Give Mean Head!

LOL! Well, this is definitely new. Every bird in this game is having a bad hair day and is out to kill!

Click the picture for more info and if you going to be at PAX East or GDC, be sure to check it out.

Broads, Bread, Booze and Mo' Bubbles!


Camp Lo always kills it! Hopefully, I can find the other parts of this soon!

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

New Banner!

Well, I finally fixed that damn banner at the top of my page. I know some people were expecting a .gif file with some vital life improving information but not this time folks. I'm kinda busy right now. So I'll change it after FINAL ROUND XIV.