|Caminante Nocturno - 2014-12-20 |
The music is a big part of the whole effect.
Oh, please. Everyone knows that Japanese music only started being worth listening to with the advent of 70's J-pop.
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.
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.
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 - 2014-12-21 |
I assume that Fist of the IP Man is about Sonny Bono and his Copyright Term Extension Act.
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