History AwesomeMusic / Bayonetta

29th Jan '17 12:57:21 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* Likewise, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmQm_PySHCk You May Call Me Father]] is also a great orchestral score, which matches the character of Balder very well - divinely powered, yet darkly natured. [[spoiler:It reappears in ''Bayonetta 2'' with nearly the opposite context instead of being locked in combat with the CardCarryingVillain Father Balder, you're fighting the unambiguously heroic Balder, whose motivation and valor might even make ''you'' feel like the villain for thwarting his quest.]] And even though the song itself isn't changed at all on the soundtrack, the new context repurposes "You May Call Me Father" into [[spoiler:the theme of a noble agent of the light whose desperate quest to avenge his love is tragically misguided.]]

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* Likewise, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmQm_PySHCk You May Call Me Father]] is also a great orchestral score, which matches the character of Father Balder very well - divinely powered, yet darkly natured. [[spoiler:It reappears in ''Bayonetta 2'' with nearly the opposite context instead of being locked in combat with the CardCarryingVillain Father Balder, you're fighting the unambiguously heroic Balder, whose motivation and valor might even make ''you'' feel like the villain for thwarting his quest.]] And even though the song itself isn't changed at all on the soundtrack, the new context repurposes "You May Call Me Father" into [[spoiler:the theme of a noble agent of the light whose desperate quest to avenge his love is tragically misguided.]]
29th Jan '17 12:57:04 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* Likewise, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmQm_PySHCk You May Call Me Father]] is also a great orchestral score, which matches the character of Balder very well - divinely powered, yet darkly natured.

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* Likewise, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmQm_PySHCk You May Call Me Father]] is also a great orchestral score, which matches the character of Balder very well - divinely powered, yet darkly natured. [[spoiler:It reappears in ''Bayonetta 2'' with nearly the opposite context instead of being locked in combat with the CardCarryingVillain Father Balder, you're fighting the unambiguously heroic Balder, whose motivation and valor might even make ''you'' feel like the villain for thwarting his quest.]] And even though the song itself isn't changed at all on the soundtrack, the new context repurposes "You May Call Me Father" into [[spoiler:the theme of a noble agent of the light whose desperate quest to avenge his love is tragically misguided.]]
12th Jan '17 4:40:13 PM GahmahRaan
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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKcT_YkGncg The Lumen Sage and Temperantia]]", this game's equivalent of "Temperantia - In Foregoing Pleasures".

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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKcT_YkGncg The Lumen Sage and Temperantia]]", this game's equivalent of "Temperantia - In Foregoing Pleasures".Pleasures" plays during the second half of the first two duels with the Masked Lumen, while one of your Infernal Demons fights with one of the Auditio in the background. [[spoiler: Appropriately enough, it also mixes in elements of "You May Call Me Father", foreshadowing who the Masked Lumen really is.]]
6th Nov '16 9:30:37 AM mlsmithca
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcqwDLHKhyY Scarborough Fair Equipped.]] A great drum beat and skillful piano, which accompanies perhaps the most {{Badass}} LockAndLoadMontage in the history of beat 'em up games, which also incorporates a healthy dose of ShesGotLegs, WeaponTwirling ''and'' FlairBartending. [[http://youtu.be/djcnJPeyts4?t=2m13s Have a look.]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcqwDLHKhyY Scarborough Fair Equipped.]] A great drum beat and skillful piano, which accompanies perhaps the most {{Badass}} badass LockAndLoadMontage in the history of beat 'em up games, which also incorporates a healthy dose of ShesGotLegs, WeaponTwirling ''and'' FlairBartending. [[http://youtu.be/djcnJPeyts4?t=2m13s Have a look.]]



* The track that plays in the first sections of the Epilogue chapter, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASWwRuqsO1Y Friendship]].
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn8-by_PM1o Blood and Darkness]] during the final battle with Jeanne is even more awesome.

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* The track that plays in the first sections of the Epilogue chapter, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASWwRuqsO1Y Friendship]]. \n** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn8-by_PM1o Blood and Darkness]] during the final battle with Jeanne is even more awesome.
18th Mar '16 1:28:44 PM mlsmithca
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* Hell, the BATTLE THEME itself probably is better to listen than FrankSinatra's version.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV6E13xODyA "Fly Me To The Moon"]], yet ''another'' FrankSinatra tune, deserves a mention. Whoever came up with the idea of melding swing and techno with a sensual female vocal deserves an award or two.

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* Hell, the BATTLE THEME itself probably is better to listen than FrankSinatra's Music/FrankSinatra's version.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV6E13xODyA "Fly Me To The Moon"]], yet ''another'' FrankSinatra Music/FrankSinatra tune, deserves a mention. Whoever came up with the idea of melding swing and techno with a sensual female vocal deserves an award or two.
17th Mar '16 5:47:21 PM stewbacca94
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV6E13xODyA "Fly Me To The Moon"]], yet ''another'' FrankSinatra tune, deserves a mention. Whoever came up with the idea of melding swing and techno with a sensual female vocal deserves an award or two.
17th Feb '16 6:24:09 AM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-acvQZPVw Alraune: Whisperer of Insanity]]", on the other hand, is a powerful DarkReprise of the aforementioned "Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia", showing that the rose demon is no longer playing around and means business. The song reaching an intense climax when Alraune has that last sliver of health and the OminousLatinChanting goes into overdrive!

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* "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-acvQZPVw Alraune: Whisperer of Insanity]]", on the other hand, is a powerful DarkReprise of the aforementioned "Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia", showing that the rose demon is no longer playing around and means business. The song reaching reaches an intense climax when Alraune has that last sliver of health and the OminousLatinChanting goes into overdrive!
16th Feb '16 7:33:19 PM DarkMask
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r5lU8JdX50 Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia]]'' is a playful synth and piano piece that sounds like something Bayonetta herself might use as a theme, but it matches the rose-themed demoness perfectly.
* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-acvQZPVw Alraune: Whisperer of Insanity]]'', on the other hand, is a powerful DarkReprise of the aforementioned ''Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia'', showing that the rose demon is no longer playing around and means business. The song reaching an intense climax when Alraune has that last sliver of health and the OminousLatinChanting goes into overdrive!

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* ''[[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r5lU8JdX50 Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia]]'' Dementia]]" is a playful synth and piano piece that sounds like something Bayonetta herself might use as a theme, but it matches the rose-themed demoness perfectly.
* ''[[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-acvQZPVw Alraune: Whisperer of Insanity]]'', Insanity]]", on the other hand, is a powerful DarkReprise of the aforementioned ''Alraune: "Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia'', Dementia", showing that the rose demon is no longer playing around and means business. The song reaching an intense climax when Alraune has that last sliver of health and the OminousLatinChanting goes into overdrive! overdrive!
16th Feb '16 7:30:54 PM DarkMask
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r5lU8JdX50 Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia]]'' is a playful synth and piano piece that sounds like something Bayonetta herself might use as a theme, but it matches the rose-themed demoness perfectly.
* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0-acvQZPVw Alraune: Whisperer of Insanity]]'', on the other hand, is a powerful DarkReprise of the aforementioned ''Alraune: Whisperer of Dementia'', showing that the rose demon is no longer playing around and means business. The song reaching an intense climax when Alraune has that last sliver of health and the OminousLatinChanting goes into overdrive!
15th Feb '16 6:32:21 AM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV3wFRy23cY The Greatest Jubilee]] is ''truly'' one of the best final boss themes ever created. Sounding like a sacred cantata Bach would have only dreamed to compose (for its sheer complexity and staggering power), this piece is pure euphoria - which is appropriate, given it's the theme for [[spoiler:Jubileus, who is God in female form]]. [[note]] The alleged liturgical lyrics for this piece are found [[http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/jamierivera/thejubileesong.html here]]. [[/note]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV3wFRy23cY The Greatest Jubilee]] is ''truly'' one of the best final boss themes ever created. Sounding like a sacred cantata Bach would have only dreamed to compose (for its sheer complexity and staggering power), this piece is pure euphoria - which is appropriate, given it's the theme for [[spoiler:Jubileus, who is God in female form]]. [[note]] The alleged liturgical lyrics for this piece are found [[http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/jamierivera/thejubileesong.html here]]. [[/note]]
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