History AwesomeMusic / Blazblue

18th Jun '17 11:57:06 AM nombretomado
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As a SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', ''VideoGame/{{BlazBlue}}'' has no right to not to have AWESOME music. [[MemeticBadass All hail]] Creator/DaisukeIshiwatari.

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As a SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', ''VideoGame/{{BlazBlue}}'' ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' has no right to not to have AWESOME music. [[MemeticBadass All hail]] Creator/DaisukeIshiwatari.



** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a sad but determined flower that'll never wilt, looking to heal the one that got away. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.

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** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, ''Franchise/BlazBlue'', a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a sad but determined flower that'll never wilt, looking to heal the one that got away. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCOJEb_HHSE Jaeger]]. Naoto's theme. Pure, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' style riffing from beginning to end, symbolic of Naoto not being of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' World.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCOJEb_HHSE Jaeger]]. Naoto's theme. Pure, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' style riffing from beginning to end, symbolic of Naoto not being of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' World.



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB1JD3dIfyA conciliation]], Es's theme. What this theme lacks in a guitar, it makes up for in spades with fast-paced drums and techno sounds accompanied by a rocking-hard bass and chimes that, like with Naoto, is symbolic of Es being from a different continuity in the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' saga. This theme is also notable for being the only theme in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' history to NOT be composed by Creator/DaisukeIshiwatari. Instead, it's composed by Kikuo, the main composer for ''[[VideoGame/XBlazeCodeEmbryo XBlaze]]''.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB1JD3dIfyA conciliation]], Es's theme. What this theme lacks in a guitar, it makes up for in spades with fast-paced drums and techno sounds accompanied by a rocking-hard bass and chimes that, like with Naoto, is symbolic of Es being from a different continuity in the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' saga. This theme is also notable for being the only theme in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' history to NOT be composed by Creator/DaisukeIshiwatari. Instead, it's composed by Kikuo, the main composer for ''[[VideoGame/XBlazeCodeEmbryo XBlaze]]''.
11th Jun '17 8:13:44 PM EpicLinkSam
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F99FbVf3zWU Crystal Forest]], Celica's theme, which compliments her mysterious air and pivotal role in the story.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F99FbVf3zWU Crystal Forest]], Celica's theme, which compliments her mysterious air and pivotal role in the story. It represents Celica with the piano and violin, while representing Nirvana as the drums and guitar.
23rd Mar '17 7:28:18 PM aureolindays
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** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she detests]]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!

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** The **The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild sad but determined flower that'll never wilt.wilt, looking to heal the one that got away. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.**[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she detests]]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!
23rd Mar '17 7:22:58 PM aureolindays
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** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!

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** The **The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.**[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']].detests]]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!
23rd Mar '17 7:21:45 PM aureolindays
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** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song heroically explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!

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** The **The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song heroically explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.**[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!
23rd Mar '17 7:20:06 PM aureolindays
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* Litchi's theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49sI7zRF4cM Oriental Flower]], is a vibrant and even downright funky theme that's a blend of elegance, style and heroism befitting of an ass-kicking, kindhearted doctor of Orient Town. It is said to have taken samples from {{VideoGame/GuiltyGear}}'s Jam's theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkUtTnBESr8 Babel Nose]], ''another'' awesome theme for another awesome AnimeChineseGirl.
** The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song heroically explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!

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* Litchi's theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49sI7zRF4cM Oriental Flower]], is a vibrant and even downright funky theme that's a blend of elegance, style and heroism befitting of an ass-kicking, kindhearted doctor of Orient Town. It is said to have taken samples from {{VideoGame/GuiltyGear}}'s {{VideoGame/Guilty Gear}}'s Jam's theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkUtTnBESr8 Babel Nose]], ''another'' awesome theme for another awesome AnimeChineseGirl.
** The **The vocal version, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song heroically explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
** [[https://www.**[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!
23rd Mar '17 7:15:33 PM aureolindays
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* Litchi's theme, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkLImIt4LZ4 Oriental Flower]], and the vocal version, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TSKQnXQJ6Q Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVA2vUEa5RA Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and allegiance have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she normally doesn't like]]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is trying to keep herself together in this harsh situation.

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* Litchi's theme, [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkLImIt4LZ4 com/watch?v=49sI7zRF4cM Oriental Flower]], is a vibrant and the vocal version, [[http://www.even downright funky theme that's a blend of elegance, style and heroism befitting of an ass-kicking, kindhearted doctor of Orient Town. It is said to have taken samples from {{VideoGame/GuiltyGear}}'s Jam's theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TSKQnXQJ6Q Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]]. [[http://www.com/watch?v=bkUtTnBESr8 Babel Nose]], ''another'' awesome theme for another awesome AnimeChineseGirl.
**The vocal version, [[https://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=LVA2vUEa5RA com/watch?v=yEzskCjUa4A Hana to Nare/Flower Blossoms]], is sung by Litchi's seiyuu, Chiaki Takahashi. The song heroically explains Litchi's origins in BlazBlue, a "goddess" from the Far East with long, familiar black hair come to rebuild a "poor town" as her passion and spirit will ''never'' die, being a wild flower that'll never wilt. It's such an ''excellent'' display of Litchi's strong hope and a reflection of how unbreakable her optimism is even in the darkest of times.
**[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqG3a8aH4Q
Oriental Flower II]] is a lot more aggressive, and has several wicked guitar solos and an eerie opening, reflecting how much more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious]] Litchi's situation and allegiance turmoil have become, [[ForcedIntoEvil being forced to work with villains she normally doesn't like]]. ''detests'']]. But the original rhythm still persists, as proof that she hasn't completely lost herself and is trying to keep herself together in this harsh situation.going quite strong no matter how grim the situation may be. Go, Litchi!
17th Nov '16 12:01:56 AM mlsmithca
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' but it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers]], reflecting not just their opposing goals and ideologies but the gap between their past and present selves.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' but it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers]], reflecting not just their opposing goals and ideologies but the gap between their past and present selves.
16th Nov '16 12:35:53 PM DesignatedNPC
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers]], the title reflecting not just their opposing goals and ideologies but the gap between their past and present selves.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' but it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers]], the title reflecting not just their opposing goals and ideologies but the gap between their past and present selves.
15th Nov '16 6:36:01 AM DesignatedNPC
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers.]] "Dissonance" references not just their opposing goals and ideologies but also the gap between their past and present selves.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYgouZIb_5w Dissonance]], the badass theme song for Valkenhayn VS. Relius matches. Not only does it rock hard enough for ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', it fits perfectly if you think about it as the theme for the [[WeUsedToBeFriends Immortal Breakers.]] "Dissonance" references Breakers]], the title reflecting not just their opposing goals and ideologies but also the gap between their past and present selves.
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