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Anime Stats
Days: 163.4
Mean Score: 4.57
  • Total Entries746
  • Rewatched7
  • Episodes9,750
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt
Today, 2:07 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Goblin Slayer
Goblin Slayer
Yesterday, 10:27 PM
Watching 10/12 · Scored 2
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team
Yesterday, 10:27 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 22.3
Mean Score: 6.26
  • Total Entries31
  • Reread2
  • Chapters3,780
  • Volumes368
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Excel Saga
Excel Saga
3 hours ago
Completed 178/178 · Scored 7
Shingeki no Kyojin
Shingeki no Kyojin
Sep 20, 9:51 AM
Reading 107/? · Scored 5


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Poseur 2 minutes ago
im in the angry mood of posting mean comments 😤😤

get prepared u
PedroFerraz 10 minutes ago
It is for me too, but I go beyond that, what I love in music is mostly the "Atmosphere" created by the work/album, I of course love when the music is beautiful, by I also love when it's terrifying, when it's chaotic, when it's over-the-top, Etc. With having ingenious crafted melodies and great writing on the lyrics also being a important thing, depending on the music.

Well, the most common place I use to hear albums is on Youtube, with Spotify being the second place to use. I had found them out on Rate Your Music, which is like IMDB for music, I found Bruckner after having completed Mahler's symphonies and I was searching for something which were close to the style of his, and Xenakis & Feldman was when I was listening to the most highly regarded "recent" classical music (1950 to today).

Now, about the duo you didn't know, so Yeaaah..., If you didn't like Schoenberg, then I really doubt that you gonna like any of the works from those guys, Xenakis is a guy who has come fully on mathematics in music, making some terrifying & otherworldly chamber and orchestral works in the process (with some electrostatic noise scores included), which I really can't get enough of, and Feldman is very minimalist & is known to have very long compositions, that would make any unprepared person to dropped it or consider it a giant waste of time, but I found them to be relaxing and contemplative in a weird way.

It's important to say that classical music is broader concept to me, I would use more of the other name of it in portuguese, that is "Música Erudita", which translated to english is Scholar Music, using this term, makes me to consider that any type of music which extensively uses scholar music theories in the score, to be part of the more commonly used term Classical Music. So yes, John Cage, Stockhausen, Xenakis, and Feldman are classical composers to me, that are part of the postmodern landscape of it and uses alternative methods on creating scholar music. Besides that, all of the people here did wrote works using Chamber groups, Orchestras and whatnot, it's not like they made everything with electronic devices or only done absurd shit like Steve Reich's Clapping Music.

I could recommend some classical guys you might not know about, like the most regard Brazilian composer, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and the creator of Danse Macabre & Carnival of the Animals, Camille Saint-Saëns, maybe you will like them more I think.
Artorias96 7 hours ago
Exactly! I don’t get it. Anyways I’d like to watch a good anime, I see you’re a man of culture. So, would you recommend me a good one?
Artorias96 8 hours ago
Hello sir! I see you don’t like Goblin Slayer (Me too tbh) why so many people like it? It’s so bad. Anyway are you gonna write a review?
Poseur Today, 12:53 AM
TheRickestJames Today, 12:51 AM
A necessary watch though! One doesn't know bad until checking that out.
Poseur Today, 12:26 AM
When I was small kid I was delusional, I thought Monster anime was best thing ever because everyone likes it(how was I supposed to know what makes an anime objectively good at one point?). but since discovering Aku no hana, Detroit Metal City and coming back to Monster with fresh mind, I've learnt to look past this Monster's flaws. Now I speak objective truth

Watch Yeon sang ho animes & you will come to see what I am now seeing. People are living in lllusion, everything is fake. happy people are naive/delusional.
NickDen Today, 12:15 AM
Yeah, that's fair. 0079 tries to incorporate moral grayness as well though but it does make not a whole lot of sense since Zeon does a lot of evil shit.
TheRickestJames Today, 12:14 AM
Your review on Ninja Resurrection is spot on in every way!
NickDen Yesterday, 10:35 PM
Glad to see you enjoyed 08th MS Team, it's my favorite Gundam from what I've seen of the franchise so far. You ever plan on watching 0079?
Poseur Yesterday, 4:41 AM
Majority of mal users are delusional/superficial. This might come as a shock, but everything you think about anime is wrong.

I would recommend Yeon sang ho animes to anyone. I think watching it will help them understand what makes a work truly quality as well as realise not to mindlessly abandon yourself to your instincts

Explore anime but don't mindlessly worship
Wellington88B Yesterday, 3:41 AM
Thanks for the sugestions,im gonna check em out, specialy Angel Cop u.u
You truly are a master if it comes to finding hilariously bad series, i can only learn by you XD (and thanks for recomending me last year Mad Bull XD)
Daestair Dec 7, 7:40 PM
Yeah. It destroyed my insides .
If only i met you 2 years ago
GoodGuyGale Dec 7, 7:03 PM
I think by far the best example of indian cuisine done well is mangalorean style stingray curry. I got to eat it at my grandmothers place back in Udupi. The bones are really crunchy like chicken gristle and the meat is really flaky and heavy but you can only get stingray back in India.
GoodGuyGale Dec 7, 6:56 PM
Hyderabadi biryani and kori gassi are good as well. Just putting it out there.