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3rd Jul '16 1:38:55 PM gewunomox
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* ''Film/AmericanGraffiti'' is another example where all the music is diegetic (save for TheBeachBoys' "All Summer Long", played over the closing credits; which is just as well, given that that song came out in 1964 and the movie is set in '62).

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* ''Film/AmericanGraffiti'' is another example where all the music is diegetic (save for TheBeachBoys' Music/TheBeachBoys' "All Summer Long", played over the closing credits; which is just as well, given that that song came out in 1964 and the movie is set in '62).
10th Jun '16 4:29:30 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' was unique in that it had no score, just a guy who really, really, '''''really''''' likes to sing and play the guitar and quite often broadcast it over the entire battlefield. Incidentally, this made ''all'' the music of ''Macross Seven'' diegetic. Any other instances of music was clearly being played from a radio, such as Sharon Apple's music from Mylene's car radio.

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** ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' was unique in that it had no score, just a guy who really, really, '''''really''''' likes to sing and play the guitar and quite often broadcast it over the entire battlefield. Incidentally, this made ''all'' the music of ''Macross Seven'' 7'' diegetic. Any other instances of music was clearly being played from a radio, such as Sharon Apple's music from Mylene's car radio.



*** Frontier also gives one of the few cases (possibly the only case in all of Macross) of music with lyrics being used as extra-diegetic: the epilogue of the series has the two lead females talking while the background music is both of them singing the series' main theme song.

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*** Frontier ''Frontier'' also gives one of the few cases (possibly the only case in all of Macross) ''Macross'') of music with lyrics being used as extra-diegetic: the epilogue of the series has the two lead females talking while the background music is both of them singing the series' main theme song.
10th Jun '16 12:31:49 AM gewunomox
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** It occasionally bleeds into subsequent scenes, too. In "Sleeper", guest-artist {{Aimee Mann}} and her band kick up the volume during a violent encounter between Spike and another vampire in the Bronze's loft. Later, as the band leaves the stage, Mann mutters, "Man, I hate playing vampire towns."

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** It occasionally bleeds into subsequent scenes, too. In "Sleeper", guest-artist {{Aimee Mann}} ''Aimee Mann'' and her band kick up the volume during a violent encounter between Spike and another vampire in the Bronze's loft. Later, as the band leaves the stage, Mann mutters, "Man, I hate playing vampire towns."
5th Jun '16 11:37:39 AM rjd1922
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* ''Apollo Justice: VisualNovel/AceAttorney'':

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27th May '16 6:41:28 PM ClackClackClack
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* ''Film/Predator'' has the main cast listening to [[{{Music/LittleRichard}} "Long Tall Sally"]] on the chopper flight in-country. [[spoiler: Mac sings the song himself as he's slowly going mad from being hunted by the Predator.]]

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* ''Film/Predator'' has the main cast listening to [[{{Music/LittleRichard}} "Long Tall Sally"]] on the chopper chopper's PA during the flight in-country. [[spoiler: Later towards the movie's climax, Mac sings the song himself as he's slowly going mad from being hunted by the Predator.]]
27th May '16 6:40:23 PM ClackClackClack
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* ''Film/Predator'' has the main cast listening to [[{{Music/LittleRichard}} "Long Tall Sally"]] on the chopper flight in-country. [[spoiler: Mac sings the song himself as he's slowly going mad from being hunted by the Predator.]]
27th May '16 6:34:10 PM ClackClackClack
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid5ThePhantomPain'' has a loudspeaker as a purchasable upgrade for your support helicopter. In the PC version, you can play anything from your music library on it, [[SoundtrackDissonance no matter how silly.]] The description for the upgrade questions whether it has any appreciable purpose, but notes the [[RuleOfCool psychological value it might have.]]

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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid5ThePhantomPain'' ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'' has a loudspeaker as a purchasable upgrade for your support helicopter. In the PC version, you can play anything from your music library on it, [[SoundtrackDissonance no matter how silly.]] The description for the upgrade questions whether it has any appreciable purpose, but notes the [[RuleOfCool psychological value it might have.]]
27th May '16 6:33:20 PM ClackClackClack
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid5ThePhantomPain'' has a loudspeaker as a purchasable upgrade for your support helicopter. In the PC version, you can play anything from your music library on it, [[SoundtrackDissonance no matter how silly.]] The description for the upgrade questions whether it has any appreciable purpose, but notes the [[RuleOfCool psychological value it might have.]]
14th May '16 8:29:42 AM Pichu-kun
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[[folder: Web Original]]
* Luna's entrance during the HalloweenEpisode of ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'' has her playing "Gotta Go Fast" from ''Anime/SonicX'' on her iPod. It establishes her as an {{otaku}}.
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[[folder: Web Original]]
* Luna's entrance during the HalloweenEpisode of ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'' has her playing "Gotta Go Fast" from ''Anime/SonicX'' on her iPod. It establishes her as an {{otaku}}.
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14th May '16 8:28:33 AM Pichu-kun
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* In the third case of ''Apollo Justice: VisualNovel/AceAttorney'', the hero spends the first phase of the investigation backstage at a rock concert; the BGM is coming from the onstage band.

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the hero spends the first phase of the investigation backstage at a rock concert; the BGM is coming from the onstage band.



* In ''Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', a faint OminousPipeOrgan can be heard as Link makes his way through Ganondorf's castle, growing louder as he climbs the stairs. Once Link reaches the top, Ganondorf is revealed to be playing the music himself.

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* In ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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''Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', a faint OminousPipeOrgan can be heard as Link makes his way through Ganondorf's castle, growing louder as he climbs the stairs. Once Link reaches the top, Ganondorf is revealed to be playing the music himself.



*** And in the Sacred Grove in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', where the Skull Kid plays the same song on his horn.

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*** And in ** In the Sacred Grove in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', where the Skull Kid plays the same song as Saria on his horn.horn for similar reasons.



* Like most Valve games, ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'''s soundtrack tends to be very atmospheric and minimalistic, but the first sound in the game is a cheerful samba version of the game's theme song, "Still Alive," coming from a radio in the cell you start the game in. The same music is used later, coming from a very oddly-located second radio, as you [[SoundtrackDissonance navigate a level full of deadly turrets]].
** Alternatively serves as a ThemeMusicPowerUp for some players, calming them down so they can finish the first "scary" level of ''Portal''. Super effective if they already know the song.

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* Like most Valve games, ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'''s soundtrack tends to be very atmospheric and minimalistic, but the first sound in the game is a cheerful samba version of the game's theme song, "Still Alive," coming from a radio in the cell you start the game in. The same music is used later, coming from a very oddly-located second radio, as you [[SoundtrackDissonance navigate a level full of deadly turrets]].
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turrets]]. Alternatively serves as a ThemeMusicPowerUp for some players, calming them down so they can finish the first "scary" level of ''Portal''. Super effective if they already know the song.



* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': In certain locations, an EasterEgg source music from Bungie's ''VideoGame/{{Myth}}'' games called "Siege Of Madrigal" can be heard.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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In certain locations, an EasterEgg source music from Bungie's ''VideoGame/{{Myth}}'' games called "Siege Of Madrigal" can be heard.



* In ''[[Videogame/HarvestMoon Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life]]'', the music that plays on your farm comes from a record player inside your house. There are several records you can collect, so you can change said music too, or just turn the record player off.

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* In ''[[Videogame/HarvestMoon Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life]]'', ''Videogame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'', the music that plays on your farm comes from a record player inside your house. There are several records you can collect, so you can change said music too, or just turn the record player off.



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* Every once in a while in ''WebVideo/LovelyLittleLosers'', one of the characters will post a video of a song they wrote and performed themselves. Most of the time, the songs comment obliquely on what's been happening in the story. Sometimes, they even clue viewers into what's happened off-screen. For much of the series, these songs are the only real insight the viewers get into the characters' inner lives.
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[[folder:Web Video]]
* Every once in a while in ''WebVideo/LovelyLittleLosers'', one of the characters will post a video of a song they wrote and performed themselves. Most of the time, the songs comment obliquely on what's been happening in the story. Sometimes, they even clue viewers into what's happened off-screen. For much of the series, these songs are the only real insight the viewers get into the characters' inner lives.
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[[folder: Web Original]]
* Luna's entrance during the HalloweenEpisode of ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'' has her playing "Gotta Go Fast" from ''Anime/SonicX'' on her iPod. It establishes her as an {{otaku}}.
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