for me it is the diversity of instruments and genre he uses switching from epic electronic + opera ( the battle for everyone's soul) to epic guitar play (the almighty) to lounge music (heaven).
it doesn't matter what tools you give him, he turns them into eargasms
hell , i think if you only gave him 3 guys with banjo's he could turn them into an awesome boss battle track. --- you don't really know a woman 'til you've had a strong drink and a fistfight with her. - nord wisdom from utgherd the unbroken
DynamicJumpIuff posted... I don't really care for most of his works outside of Digital Devil Saga.
That's pretty reasonable. Most of his work lacks variety, I think. DDS, Strange Journey and Raidou are probably his high points and Nocturne would probably be higher if it wasn't for the annoying shouts in the battle themes.
DynamicJumpIuff posted... From: ZaregotoTsukai | #004 There's a reason he is called one of the 'kami' in Japan You're gonna have to explain this to me. Why is he called a god?
Tendency to call people with jaw dropping talent-kami. The terms become more like an adjective really. KamiGame, KamiMusic, etc.. It's almost scary; meguro is improving by the day. His one of the most notable work, the theme for velvet room, was composed over 10 years ago, before he even applied to atlus. All of his works overall are top notch in quality, varying from pop, jazz, rock, funk, but strangely holds the unique style that makes it 'meguro quality'. The hype at one point was even enough to start a religion of him. Anyways, he is one of the famous ones in those fields. --- Nado Kakushimo Omohuramu..
etc.. It's almost scary; meguro is . His one of the most notable work, the theme for velvet room, was composed over 10 years ago, before he even applied to atlus.
yeah about that i have to ask, was aria of the soul ever put on radio or cd 10 years ago ? i ask because i know old people that have never even played a videogame in their life much less a jrpg, but they all swear that they heard that song before
or is this just a very crazy coincidence ? --- you don't really know a woman 'til you've had a strong drink and a fistfight with her. - nord wisdom from utgherd the unbroken