Émilie Simon – Dame De Lotus

Emilie Simon – Dame De Lotus

What Is It?

The song Dame De Lotus by the French musician Émilie Simon from her 2006 music album Végétal.

Dame De Lotus

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Music video by Emilie Simon performing Dame De Lotus. (C) 2007 Barclay
Dame De Lotus
Emilie Simon
Émilie Simon
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Dame De Lotus · Emilie Simon


℗ 2006 Barclay

Released on: 2006-01-01

Associated Performer, Recording Arranger, Interprète Vocal: Emilie Simon
Composer Lyricist: Emilie Simon

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John Mayer – Clarity

John Mayer – Clarity (Official HD Video)

What Is It?

The song Clarity by the American musician John Mayer from his 2003 music album Heavier Things.

Here is how Wikipedia describes this song:

Clarity” is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter John Mayer, arranged with piano, with drums provided in part by The Roots drummer Questlove, and brass by two-time Grammy winner Roy Hargrove. It was released as the second single from Mayer’s second studio album, Heavier Things (2003), on January 12, 2004.


The song’s meaning is not immediately clear. Many have interpreted the song as being about a person’s own self-perception, and Mayer explained during an interview with Rick Dees in 2003 that the song “really sums up who I am as a guy…what it would be like to be in a room with me after I’m done ‘being on’.” Mayer also added that “Clarity” was about coping with the worries–especially unnecessary worries–of everyday life.[2] Reiterating this idea at his February 28, 2007 show at Madison Square Garden, Mayer introduced “Clarity” as a song written about the first few seconds after waking up in the morning when you don’t remember all of the problems and worries in your life. At the “Soundstage with Buddy Guy” concert, Mayer explained the song as one of the best he’s done, in that it’s the best in portraying his thoughts and feelings.


John Mayer – vocals, guitar

David LaBruyere – bass

Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards

Lenny Castro – percussion

Matt Chamberlain – drums

Questlove – drums

Roy Hargrove – trumpet


Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence)

Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence)

What Is It?

The YouTube video Millennium Parade – Secret Ceremony (Official Opening Sequence) by the YouTube channel Millennium Parade Official YouTube Channel, which is the opening sequence for the anime (animated) Netflix TV show Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 (Season 2).

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『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2 オープニングテーマ
GHOST IN THE SHELL: SAC_2045” Season 2 Official Opening Sequence

millennium parade × PERIMETRONによる、『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2 オープニング映像

Netflixシリーズ『攻殻機動隊 SAC_2045』シーズン2独占配信中!!!

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“Secret Ceremony”
Music & All Other Instruments: Daiki Tsuneta
Lyrics : ermhoi, timetheft
Vocal: timetheft, ermhoi
Organ: Jun Miyakawa
Violin: Shuntaro Tsuneta
Cello: Sonoko Muraoka
Keyboards: Ayatake Ezaki
Bass: Kazuki Arai
Drums: Yu Seki
Recorded & Mixed by Yu Sasaki
Vocal Recorded by Yu Sasaki, Kenjiro Naka
Strings Recorded by Musashi Maruyama
Assistant Engineer: Roku Segawa, Ryuma Annaka

“No Time to Cast Anchor”
Music & All Other Instruments: Daiki Tsuneta
Lyrics : ermhoi, timetheft
Vocal: ermhoi
Trumpet & Flute: MELRAW
Horn: Kaname Hamaji
Trombone: Masahito Kawahara
Keyboards: Ayatake Ezaki
Bass: Kazuki Arai
Drums: Yu Seki
Recorded & Mixed by Yu Sasaki
Vocal Recorded by Kenjiro Naka
Drums Recorded by Akihito Yoshikawa (STUDIO Dede), Musashi Maruyama
Assistant Engineer: Roku Segawa

Instrument Technician: Toshimitsu Kon (Konto Shokai), Ryo Nakaya (DEUCE), Kensuke Yagi (DEUCE)
Mastered by Randy Merrill (Sterling Sound, Edgewater)

-Opening Sequence-
Directors: Shu Sasaki × Yuhei Kanbe
VFX Supervisor: Takahiro Ota
CG Producer: Taiyo Sato
Produced by PERIMETRON
Production: KASSEN

©士郎正宗・Production I.G/講談社・攻殻機動隊2045製作委員会
©Shirow Masamune, Production I.G/KODANSHA/GITS2045


Wu-Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck

Wu-Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck (Official Video)

What Is It?

The song Protect Ya Neck by the American hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan from their 1992 music album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).

Wu-Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck – Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

This is how Wikipedia describes this song:

“Protect Ya Neck” is the debut single by American hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, released in 1992. The song is featured on the group’s debut studio album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). It is produced by RZA and features eight of the original nine Wu-Tang members.

“Protect Ya Neck” was the first Wu-Tang song bringing together the original four members and four others (excluding Masta Killa, who had not yet joined). It was originally released December 14, 1992, as part of the “Protect Ya Neck”/”After the Laughter Comes Tears” single by Wu-Tang Records. When it created an underground buzz, Wu-Tang signed with Loud Records and released it on May 3, 1993, with “Method Man” on its B-side. That single sold 10,000 copies.[2]

The album version of the song (even the ‘explicit’ versions of the album) is edited to scratch out all profanity, save for repeated use of the word nigga. On the original recording version of the song, Inspectah Deck’s verse came second, but RZA changed it to first in the order. The original beat was totally different, and all Wu-members were in a different order. RZA just said “I just need y’all voices” and Wu entered the studio the next morning and RZA arranged everything, including the karate chops. The person who rings into a radio station at the start of the song was from an interview Wu did. Wu did the interview on a radio station, WPGC in Washington, DC. Different segments of the same interview are placed at different parts of the album.[3]


SiM – The Rumbling (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

SiM – The Rumbling (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

What Is It?

The YouTube video SiM – The Rumbling (OFFICIAL VIDEO) by the YouTube channel SiM Official YouTube Channel, which is the music video for the song The Rumbling by the Japanese band Sim.

This song is the opening theme song for the Japanese anime (animated) TV show Attack On Titan (Season 4 Part 2) (Attack On Titan: The Final Season Part 2).

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Watch the official video for “The Rumbling”

TV Animation “Attack on Titan” The Final Season Part 2 Opening Theme

Streaming & Download Out Now!!

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TV Size

TVアニメ「進撃の巨人」The Final Season Part 2 ノンクレジットOP

SiM Official site

「The Rumbling」Special site






Official Music Video for “The Rumbling” by SiM

SiM are :MAH (Vo) / SHOW-HATE (Gt) / SIN (Ba) / GODRi (Dr)

Management : gil soundworks

Director : Taiyo Yamamoto (flapper3 Inc.)

Creative Producer : Ryoji Sekimoto (CRYPTON FUTURE MEDIA, INC) / Naohiro Yako (flapper3 Inc.)

Producer : Shinji Yamamoto(PIA) / Shunsuke Osaka(PIA)

Assistant Producer : Kosuke Suzuki(PIA) / Atsuki Yamada(PIA) VFX

Desiner : Yoshiyuki Odajima (flapper3 Inc.) / Rei Kurashima (flapper3 Inc.) Production Manager : Nana Kinoshita (flapper3 Inc.) / Lisa Yoshimura (CRYPTON FUTURE MEDIA, INC)

CG Director : Kohta Morie (MORIE Inc.)

CG Desiner : Masato Tajima (MORIE Inc.) / Shuya Sugawara (MORIE Inc.) / Ryo Nihara (MORIE Inc.) / Daiki Miyama

Editor : Taichi Okada ( / Sotaro Abe (

HOLOSYS Volumetric Capture technology by 4DviewsHajime Kotani(Crescent Inc.) / Tadayuki

Suzuki(Crescent Inc.) / Tatsuhiko Kobayashi(Crescent Inc.) / Yuichi ikeda(Crescent Inc.)


©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会


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