History Music / TheMegas

12th May '17 12:00:12 AM lalalei2001
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Its members currently consist of "Reverend" Josh Breeding, Eric "E" Von Doymi, Greg "Gregatron" Schneider (formerly of punk-rock act Agent 51),Brian "The Double D" [=DiDomenico=] (joined 2011), and Church (joined 2012, replacing Mike "Mikey Hell" Levinson). Their debut album, "Get Equipped", which covers nearly every song in the Mega Man 2 soundtrack, was released January 2008. It's available for purchase on [[http://themegas.com/store.html their website.]]

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Its members currently consist of "Reverend" Josh Breeding, Eric "E" Von Doymi, Greg "Gregatron" Schneider (formerly of punk-rock act Agent 51),Brian 51), Brian "The Double D" [=DiDomenico=] (joined 2011), and Church (joined 2012, replacing Mike "Mikey Hell" Levinson). Their debut album, "Get Equipped", which covers nearly every song in the Mega Man 2 soundtrack, was released January 2008. It's available for purchase on [[http://themegas.com/store.html their website.]]
11th May '17 11:59:50 PM lalalei2001
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Its members currently consist of "Reverend" Josh Breeding, Eric "E" Von Doymi, Greg "Gregatron" Schneider (formerly of punk-rock act Agent 51),Brian "The Double D" [=DiDomenico=](joined 2011), and Church(joined 2012,replacing Mike "Mikey Hell" Levinson). Their debut album, "Get Equipped", which covers nearly every song in the Mega Man 2 soundtrack, was released January 2008. It's available for purchase on [[http://themegas.com/store.html their website.]]

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Its members currently consist of "Reverend" Josh Breeding, Eric "E" Von Doymi, Greg "Gregatron" Schneider (formerly of punk-rock act Agent 51),Brian "The Double D" [=DiDomenico=](joined [=DiDomenico=] (joined 2011), and Church(joined 2012,replacing Church (joined 2012, replacing Mike "Mikey Hell" Levinson). Their debut album, "Get Equipped", which covers nearly every song in the Mega Man 2 soundtrack, was released January 2008. It's available for purchase on [[http://themegas.com/store.html their website.]]
15th Apr '17 12:20:37 AM Scrounge
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** "The Belmonts" is based on ''Castlevania'', rather than ''Mega Man'' like the band's other releases.
3rd Mar '17 6:24:59 AM KlatchShy
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** ''Gamma Unchained'' and ''I'm Not the Breakman'' also hint that Protoman's on one of these, albeit downplayed. He's not out to kill his makers (though the line of "I hear the red song again, he wants revenge" in ''Gamma Unchained'' indicates some fear on Wily's part), but Proto is '''pissed''' that he was replaced and is gunning for Rock as a result.

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** ''Gamma Unchained'' "Gamma Unchained" and ''I'm "I'm Not the Breakman'' Breakman" also hint that Protoman's on one of these, albeit downplayed. He's not out to kill his makers (though the line of "I hear the red song again, he wants revenge" in ''Gamma Unchained'' "Gamma Unchained" indicates some fear on Wily's part), but Proto is '''pissed''' that he was replaced and is gunning for Rock as a result.
28th Feb '17 6:28:10 AM KlatchShy
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* MoodWhiplash: ''Evolution of Circuitry'', Elec Man's song, is quite possibly one of the most cheerful and optimistic songs by The Megas, despite the [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters reasons for the optimism]]. ''Beneath the Steel'', Bomb Man's theme, is one of the darkest, rivaled only by ''Look What You've Done''. They're ''right next to each other'' on the album.
** The Mega Man 1 album is full of mood whiplash in general. The first song is ''Evolution of Circuitry'', followed by ''Beneath The Steel'' as mentioned. ''That'' is followed by ''Hell Has Frozen Over'', a much lighter song focusing on the teamwork of Ice Man and Fire Man, and ''then'' you get hit by ''Look What You've Done''.

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* MoodWhiplash: ''Evolution "Evolution of Circuitry'', Circuitry", Elec Man's song, is quite possibly one of the most cheerful and optimistic songs by The Megas, despite the [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters reasons for the optimism]]. ''Beneath "Beneath the Steel'', Steel", Bomb Man's theme, is one of the darkest, rivaled only by ''Look "Look What You've Done''.Done". They're ''right next to each other'' on the album.
** The Mega Man 1 album is full of mood whiplash in general. The first song is ''Evolution "Evolution of Circuitry'', Circuitry", followed by ''Beneath "Beneath The Steel'' Steel" as mentioned. ''That'' is followed by ''Hell "Hell Has Frozen Over'', Over", a much lighter song focusing on the teamwork of Ice Man and Fire Man, and ''then'' you get hit by ''Look "Look What You've Done''.Done".



** ''Fly on a Dog'' is one of their darkest songs, involving Mega Man grimly contemplating his purpose. It also features a chorus about how awesome flying on a dog is.
** ''History Repeating: Blue'', has most of the tracks as awesome rock tracks, each about the Robot Masters declaring their purpose and desire, or Mega Man and Dr Light regretting their actions. It ends on ''Continue'', a rather soft, almost ballad-like song, about how Mega Man would choose to continue, no matter what, but still sounds incredibly regretful and pained. Not surprising, since it is the game's Game Over screen.
** ''Harder Than Steel'' carries heavy elements of a song you'd hear in an 80s training montage. However, since the guy training is the Robot Master, [[ForegoneConclusion it doesn't end well]].
** ''Don't Mess with Magnet Man'' has quite possibly the most upbeat melody of any song on either ''History Repeating'' album, but the lyrics are about a guy loving a girl on the opposite side of a war, getting rejected by her, and her brother coming to kill him.

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** ''Fly "Fly on a Dog'' Dog" is one of their darkest songs, involving Mega Man grimly contemplating his purpose. It also features a chorus about how awesome flying on a dog is.
** ''History Repeating: Blue'', has most of the tracks as awesome rock tracks, each about the Robot Masters declaring their purpose and desire, or Mega Man and Dr Light regretting their actions. It ends on ''Continue'', "Continue", a rather soft, almost ballad-like song, about how Mega Man would choose to continue, no matter what, but still sounds incredibly regretful and pained. Not surprising, since it is the game's Game Over screen.
** ''Harder "Harder Than Steel'' Steel" carries heavy elements of a song you'd hear in an 80s training montage. However, since the guy training is the Robot Master, [[ForegoneConclusion it doesn't end well]].
** ''Don't "Don't Mess with Magnet Man'' Man" has quite possibly the most upbeat melody of any song on either ''History Repeating'' album, but the lyrics are about a guy loving a girl on the opposite side of a war, getting rejected by her, and her brother coming to kill him.
22nd Feb '17 7:29:27 AM KlatchShy
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** Mega Man crosses it in ''History Repeating Part One'', complete with a somber, weary take on the cheerful ''3'' title tune.

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** Mega Man crosses it in ''History "History Repeating Part One'', One", complete with a somber, weary take on the cheerful ''3'' title tune.
22nd Feb '17 6:30:37 AM KlatchShy
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** Mega Man crosses it in ''History Repeating'', complete with a somber, weary take on the cheerful ''3'' title tune.

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-->''I thought I could bring the dead back / Broken shell rusted red with age / I gave him power, a new heart / It filled too quickly with his rage.''
** Mega Man crosses it in ''History Repeating'', Repeating Part One'', complete with a somber, weary take on the cheerful ''3'' title tune.
22nd Feb '17 6:14:39 AM KlatchShy
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* [[DemotedToExtra Demoted To Nothing]][=/=]LongSongShortScene: Cut Man and Guts Man, despite being two of the more well known Robot Masters, don't show up at all in the ''Megatainment'' album. There's been talk of making a ''Megatainment Pt. 2'', but The Megas have expressed a desire to finish the ''Mega Man 3'' album before they get to work on that, and there's the issue of how they're going to fill it with more than just the songs for those two.[[note]]Time Man and Oil Man were considered, but Entertainment System wasn't all that fond of their songs.[[/note]]

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* [[DemotedToExtra Demoted To Nothing]][=/=]LongSongShortScene: Cut Man and Guts Man, despite being two of the more well known Robot Masters, don't show up at all in the ''Megatainment'' album. There's been talk of making a ''Megatainment Pt. 2'', but The Megas have expressed a desire to finish the ''Mega Man 3'' album before they get to work on that, and there's the issue of how they're going to fill it with more than just the songs for those two.[[note]]Time Man and Oil Man were considered, but Entertainment System wasn't all that fond of their songs.[[/note]]
21st Feb '17 6:20:45 AM KlatchShy
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** Interestingly, given that there are numerous callbacks to Air Man's song, that Needle Man has the "Air Man" body-type, and that Needle Man seems very unfamiliar with his own body and weapons, Needle Man COULD be Air Man placed in another body.
21st Feb '17 6:18:54 AM KlatchShy
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* CallBack: Needle Man's song calls back to Air Man's ("Deep underground, ten miles down, a man stands below the city he will destroy…" and "Up in the sky, ten miles high, a man stands above the city he will destroy.")

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* CallBack: Needle Man's song calls back to Air Man's ("Deep Man's.
--> Air Man: Up in the sky, ten miles high, a man stands above the city he will destroy.
--> Needle Man: Deep
underground, ten miles down, a man stands below the city he will destroy…" and "Up in the sky, ten miles high, a man stands above the city he will destroy.")destroy…
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