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Ever since I watched Glee, I cannot get this one song out of my head. It's a duet. From a show about a choir that sings contemprorary songs. You know that's riiiiiiiiiight up my alley.

Date: 2009-05-21 11:30 pm (UTC)
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:O Didn't realize your journal was no longer all-private. Sweet! Ren posts are WIN.

I had wondered if I should give Glee a chance, and your description won me over. For some reason it brought to mind images of that Buffy musical episode. I don't even care for musicals, but I loved that ep.

Thanks for the share! Think I prefer this version to Journey's original.

Date: 2009-05-22 03:48 pm (UTC)
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Very, very rarely, when I feel that the entry's not too boring for the Internet, it's not all private. Most of my entries that are locked are the height of dull.

It's so cute that you liked the Buffy musical!!

Date: 2009-05-22 10:40 pm (UTC)
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But boring is good 'cause most people can relate to boring. :P People with drama-filled, so-called interesting lives I probably wouldn't have nothing to say to!

Aw man, that was one of the best Buffy episodes. Anya's Bunnies song is CLASSIC.

And when Buffy revealed to the gang that she viewed the place she had been in as heaven, not hell, and how dare they rip her from there, that was memorable MANNN. I mean, Buffy was always WAAA WAAA I AM THE CHOSEN ONE WOE IS ME. But suicidal? (she almost danced herself to spontaneous combustion) That was a moving scene, no lie. In that ep I saw just how hard it was for her being a slayer.

Plus it broke the fourth wall. I like when different mediums do that. I LOLed when Anya said it seemed like a wall was missing in their apartment, that there were only three walls. :D


Date: 2009-05-28 06:14 am (UTC)
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I have the soundtrack, it's amazing. I can only accept a breakage of the fourth wall in song form. Otherwise, it's just awkward.

Date: 2009-05-29 05:08 pm (UTC)
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You too? *high five* Christophe Beck's Close Your Eyes (the Buffy/Angel love theme) is one of the things that won me over with the show.

I prefer the breakage in video game form because it pulls me more into the game. Point taken about the awkwardness in most tv/movie form. I've seen instances where the flow of the plot is interrupted.

Date: 2009-06-02 05:59 am (UTC)
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I had to go look it up, as I don't pay attention to music much, but once I heard it, I knew exactly where it was from. I like it, as much as one can like anything so sad, but my favorite score? song? is the one from when Buffy dies.

I always skip through the characters talking to me in games, even though sometimes they provide useful information that trips me up later.


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