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Old May 24, 2012, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by layzee View Post
For anyone who likes Hirota's style in Shadow Hearts, Kinema in the Hole is the next logical step when it comes to further exploring his discography. However, if you're not a fan of female Japanese vocals (or any type of singing for that matter), then maybe it might not be for you.

After that, you'll be jumping around on random soundtrack albums where he composed just a song or two. Or just see my list above.
Is it like the female vocal style Mitsuda uses often? (Since he worked him on some projects, I'm assuming at least their styles mesh some what.) I only know the music to Shadow Hearts and Bomberman 64, admittedly only because Mitsuda worked on these.
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