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7th Jun '17 9:58:32 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/BionicCommandoRearmed'', the outdoor parts and hallways of certain stages use only the filtered bass of the BGM tracks, as if they were broadcast on speakers in the main rooms.
26th May '17 3:16:11 AM Kadorhal
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* In the ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' series, a player character may turn on a jukebox. Doing this attracts a horde of zombies, but instead of the typical horde background music playing, the music from the jukebox will be heard instead, even if it's out of the practical range of the jukebox.



* The background music from one of the final missions of ''VideoGame/AceCombat5TheUnsungWar'' is Captain Andersen playing the AwardBaitSong "The Journey Begins" over his aircraft carrier's loudspeaker, and as such it actually ''sounds'' like it's coming through a loudspeaker - though after about a minute, it fades into a non-diegetic version of the song.
** ''VideoGame/{{Ace Combat 04|ShatteredSkies}}'' has a minor example at the end of the "Invincible Fleet" level, where the other pilots with you all begin singing their country's national anthem, with instruments coming in behind them and the radio filter over their voices fading out.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Rochard}}'''s Casino stage, the song "Space Debris" plays as muffled diegetic music in the maintenance corridors, becoming background music once you enter the main casino floor
* The opening cutscene of ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' Brood War starts with DuGalle and Stukov listening to an aria on a phonograph. As the cutscene ends the colony is overrun by the Zerg and the Battlecruiser leaves the planet, the music continues and shifts to a chorus.

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* The background music from one of the final missions of ''VideoGame/AceCombat5TheUnsungWar'' is Captain Andersen playing the AwardBaitSong "The Journey Begins" over his aircraft carrier's loudspeaker, and as such it actually ''sounds'' like it's coming through a loudspeaker - though after for about a minute, it fades minute before fading into a non-diegetic version of the song.
** ''VideoGame/{{Ace Combat 04|ShatteredSkies}}'' has a minor example at the end of the "Invincible Fleet" level, where the other pilots with you all begin singing their country's national anthem, anthem over the radio, with instruments coming in behind them and the radio filter over their voices fading out.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Rochard}}'''s Casino stage, the song "Space Debris" plays as muffled diegetic music in the maintenance corridors, becoming background music once you enter the main casino floor
floor.
* The opening cutscene of ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' ''VideoGame/{{StarCraft|I}}: Brood War War'' starts with DuGalle [=DuGalle=] and Stukov listening to an aria on a phonograph. As the cutscene ends when the colony is overrun by the Zerg and the Battlecruiser leaves the planet, the music continues and shifts to a chorus.
24th Feb '17 1:10:28 AM MisterCPC
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* In the [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]] theatrical short ''WesternAnimation/TheLongestDaycare'', dramatic music rises when evil Baby Gerald appears to have killed Maggie's butterfly. It's revealed to be coming from the music students in the Gifted Room.

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* ''Franchise/TheSimpsons'':
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In the [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]] theatrical short ''WesternAnimation/TheLongestDaycare'', dramatic music rises when evil Baby Gerald appears to have killed Maggie's butterfly. It's revealed to be coming from the music students in the Gifted Room.Room.
** In "Lisa's First Word," the first flashback features Homer singing "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" as he returns home. After that scene, the instrumental of the actual song begins playing as it cuts to a montage of toddler Bart doing all sorts of mischievous things.
11th Dec '16 12:04:31 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. At the start of Season Six, Dean is woken up by this radio alarm playing "Beautiful Loser" by Bob Seger, which then provides the background for a ContrastMontage between his TenMinuteRetirement in suburbia and his past as a Hunter. The same thing happens in "Free To Be You And Me", [[LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn but in reverse]].

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.
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At the start of Season Six, Dean is woken up by this radio alarm playing "Beautiful Loser" by Bob Seger, which then provides the background for a ContrastMontage between his TenMinuteRetirement in suburbia and his past as a Hunter. The same thing happens in "Free To Be You And Me", [[LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn but in reverse]].reverse]].
** Charlie Bradbury's EstablishingCharacterMoment in "The Girl With The Dungeons & Dragons Tattoo." She's listening to "Walking on Sunshine" on her headphones as she turns up for work. It switches to the foreground and once Charlie is out of sight in the elevator [[BlitheSpirit she rocks out happily to the music]] only to compose herself the moment the elevator doors open, with the music just heard faintly through her earphones again.
14th Nov '16 1:49:38 PM eroock
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* The first song during the closing credits of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' suddenly switched to an in-universe version coming from a radio at Eggsy's pub during TheStinger.
3rd Nov '16 9:33:13 AM viking1911
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Rochard}}'''s Casino stage, the song "Space Debris" plays as muffled diegetic music in the maintenance corridors, becoming background music once you enter the main casino floor.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Rochard}}'''s Casino stage, the song "Space Debris" plays as muffled diegetic music in the maintenance corridors, becoming background music once you enter the main casino floor.floor
* The opening cutscene of ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' Brood War starts with DuGalle and Stukov listening to an aria on a phonograph. As the cutscene ends the colony is overrun by the Zerg and the Battlecruiser leaves the planet, the music continues and shifts to a chorus.
23rd Oct '16 11:51:37 AM Kirayoshi
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** Inverted with the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymJvCqECR44 "You're In My Veins" by Andrew Belle]]. The song plays in the background toward the end of the Season 4 finale "Always" as Beckett resigns from the NYPD and has her RedemptionInTheRain moment, leading her to telling Castle how she felt about him. Two seasons later, toward the end of "Smells Like Teen Spirit", Castle and Beckett dance together to this song and decide to use the song during their wedding. Which they do in "Time of Our Lives"

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** Inverted with the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymJvCqECR44 "You're In My Veins" by Andrew Belle]]. The song plays in the background toward the end of the Season 4 finale "Always" as Beckett resigns from the NYPD and has her RedemptionInTheRain moment, leading her to telling Castle how she felt about him. and Beckett's RelationshipUpgrade. Two seasons later, toward the end of "Smells Like Teen Spirit", Castle and Beckett dance together to this song and decide to use the song during their wedding. wedding. Which they do in "Time of Our Lives"
23rd Oct '16 11:49:04 AM Kirayoshi
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** Inverted with the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymJvCqECR44 "You're In My Veins" by Andrew Belle]]. The song plays in the background toward the end of the Season 4 finale "Always" as Beckett resigns from the NYPD and has her RedemptionInTheRain moment, leading her to telling Castle how she felt about him. Two seasons later, toward the end of "Smells Like Teen Spirit", Castle and Beckett dance together to this song and decide to use the song during their wedding. Which they do in "Time of Our Lives"
20th Oct '16 9:57:31 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Rochard}}'''s Casino stage, the song "Space Debris" plays as muffled diegetic music in the maintenance corridors, becoming background music once you enter the main casino floor.
15th Sep '16 12:13:12 PM jamespolk
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* In the [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]] theatrical short ''WesternAnimation/TheLongestDaycare'', dramatic music rises when evil Baby Gerald appears to have killed Maggie's butterfly. It's revealed to be coming from the music students in the Gifted Room.
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