Did you ever hear a song, forget about the undertone and then-

Topic started by Kelleth on Jan. 12, 2011. Last post by Kelleth 4 years, 2 months ago.
Post by Kelleth (7,798 posts) See mini bio Level 20
After hearing another song some time later wonder where you heard it before?
Well this is like the 2nd time this week for me and one of them is Amv/anime related lol
I was listening to the new release from one of my favourite AMV editors Nostromo who used footage from Genius Party Beyond and a Utada Hikaru pv to make an official AMV/PV for this British dance flick called Sugar Jesus, Who made a surprisingly cool track despite giving me my horrible '' The Riddle'' flashbacks back (and as Arie once said, Ja lul! Daar gaan we je begraven!!)  Pardon my Dutch lol
As cool as this was it did not win Nostromo his Akross prize which is sad because he showed that he had perfected his skills even more after a 2 year absence.
Where was I again? O yes, @2:37 to 2:57 there is this calm scene and the part of the track reminded me of something. But I could not remember where at first I thought ''O THAT MOVIE'' but I was to lazy to actually really listen to the full OST and realize which track it originally was from lol

So did you ever had this? lol
Post by EquitasInvictus (332 posts) See mini bio Level 15
Most recently I've actually experienced this with the Utada Hikaru song at the credits of Evangelion 2.0.   
  It seemed oddly nostalgic when I heard it in the credits, and then I dug through my old torrents and realized that song was in my Utada Hikaru discography  which I obtained because one of my friends asked me to send it to her. It was an interesting coincidence that I found the song in the credits of the film, it reminded me of how much I loved this song! 
Post by Kelleth (7,798 posts) See mini bio Level 20
@EquitasInvictus:  I remember that one too. But I did not know it was used for Evangelion 2.0. ^^
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