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What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...

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The music didn't bother me as much as the abrupt camera change.  Stoked to see some Deshi footage though.

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Stoked to see some Deshi footage though.
Came to say the same thing. He is the best.

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Stoked to see some Deshi footage though.
Came to say the same thing. He is the best.
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What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.

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What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.
Agreed. Once upon a time I liked Drum and Bass. Many, many years ago. It's not used too often in vids and I think it worked here.

It is a way better brand of music than it's headache-inducing modern counterpart. A genre of music which will remain nameless.

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What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.
Agreed. Once upon a time I liked Drum and Bass. Many, many years ago. It's not used too often in vids and I think it worked here.

It is a way better brand of music than it's headache-inducing modern counterpart. A genre of music which will remain nameless.

Isn't it called Trans? Anyway, I enjoyed what I saw and heard.
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Dang Max Palmer is fucking sick. I thought the editing and music went pretty well with the whole vibe of it.

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #10 on: September 27, 2016, 01:56:51 AM »
What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.
Agreed. Once upon a time I liked Drum and Bass. Many, many years ago. It's not used too often in vids and I think it worked here.

It is a way better brand of music than it's headache-inducing modern counterpart. A genre of music which will remain nameless.

Nostalgia turns shit into gold...

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #11 on: September 27, 2016, 12:04:14 PM »
Great edit.
Enjoyed the dogwalk 5050 over the arch.


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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #12 on: September 27, 2016, 02:22:02 PM »
mango's tricks were cool.

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #13 on: September 27, 2016, 02:45:26 PM »
What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.
Agreed. Once upon a time I liked Drum and Bass. Many, many years ago. It's not used too often in vids and I think it worked here.

It is a way better brand of music than it's headache-inducing modern counterpart. A genre of music which will remain nameless.

Nostalgia turns shit into gold...
Or you just never liked it to begin with...lol

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #14 on: September 27, 2016, 11:35:26 PM »
What the fuck is that music all about? This 90s renaissance seems to have no filter...
...huh?
Felt like the music fit the narrative of old vs new pretty well.

The music was disposable and generic, just like the city.

But the skating was sic. Andy W looking good as usual
« Last Edit: September 28, 2016, 12:52:26 AM by jonnysheen »

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2016, 01:30:57 AM »
The music was disposable and generic, just like the city.
Seoul is generic? You mad trippin

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #16 on: September 28, 2016, 02:12:26 AM »
The music was disposable and generic, just like the city.
Seoul is generic? You mad trippin

I guess that's what was implied the narrator, and the music was to go with that

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Re: Aaron Herrington, Mango, Max Palmer and Andrew Wilson in Seoul (Carhartt WIP)
« Reply #17 on: September 28, 2016, 10:18:15 AM »
The music was disposable and generic, just like the city.
Seoul is generic? You mad trippin

I guess that's what was implied the narrator, and the music was to go with that

The narrator seemigly praised Seoul for it's diverse buildings from different time periods.
Songdo, the futuristic business district, was the one the narrator called out for being generic.