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Submitted:Callamon
Date:12/19/14
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Caminante Nocturno
The music is a big part of the whole effect.
EvilHomer
J-production-music was the only thing worth listening to in the 1930s.

Caminante Nocturno
Oh, please. Everyone knows that Japanese music only started being worth listening to with the advent of 70's J-pop.

EvilHomer
My god, do you ever stop being wrong?! 70s J-pop was awful, far worse than 90s J-pop, which as we've established is crap compared to post-millenial J-pop. That places 70s J-pop at least three orders of magnitude down the suck scale.

The 70s was a time for enka.

Caminante Nocturno
Bah, post-millennial J-pop is baby garbage for childish fools. Maybe when you've grown up enough to develop some stubble on your face, you'll be just mature enough to appreciate 70's J-pop.

Actually, let's go with baby steps. Try to grow up enough to appreciate EIGHTIES J-pop, first.

EvilHomer
Face it, ojiisan, 70s < 80s < 90s < 00s < 10s J-pop. Japanese pop music has been an exponential progression building towards Babymetal and Rhymeberry.

Your precious "Dad J-pop" was only notable for being used in long-since-dated anime shows. In their day they were nothing more than novelty tunes, and are now kept alive through pure nostalgia.

That guy
I assume that Fist of the IP Man is about Sonny Bono and his Copyright Term Extension Act.
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