User talk:Eighty5cacao/misc/Musical mashup ideas

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Furuhata's Theme[edit]

Regarding comments on this video:

Personally, I already claimed "1, 2, 3, 4, 007" for "The 1-2-3-4-007 Jump." When playing "Furuhata's Theme" I like to imagine/mishear the refrain as, "Open your mind; take a deep breath," which is actually from Family Farce's[dead link] TSUHSUIXAMUSH. Make of that what you will...

"Claimed" does not imply an intent to actually create such a mashup within any given time, nor does it imply that there is one "correct" mashup. --Eighty5cacao (talk) 06:21, 12 May 2014 (UTC) (maint.: 04:37, 1 February 2016 (UTC))

Course suggestion for title puns[edit]

"Don't bother" isn't what I meant at all in this edit. I was just pointing out the alternative of courses for someone who can't figure out at the moment how to make a mash-up fit together. If I were doing "Jump", for example, I'd prototype it as a nonstop course first. --Tepples (talk) 21:53, 22 July 2014 (UTC)

Acknowledged, and sorry for the slightly rude/defensive edit summary. I would have posted on the talk page first but gave up upon realizing that it would have violated BRD.
To assume that I "can't figure out ... how to make a mash-up fit together" isn't accurate either. (To forestall any impression that I'm making the same mistake again: That was just hypothetical; I know you're not actually assuming such a thing.) The truth is just that I haven't bothered to state my thoughts in any detail. --Eighty5cacao (talk) 23:37, 22 July 2014 (UTC) (+ 23:42, 22 July 2014 (UTC))

Dam Dariram Oni[edit]

It has been claimed that the hidden Single Challenge chart for "Dam Dariram" in DDR Extreme (AC) was originally written for "Give It Up" by Captain Jack. Upon listening to the latter, I can understand how this makes sense rhythmically; the melodic resemblance isn't good enough for any of the STSA pages, but it could be worth trying to work this into a mashup. --Eighty5cacao (talk) 04:44, 29 March 2015 (UTC)

I'm aware that the original version of the song "Give It Up" is by KC & the Sunshine Band. --Eighty5cacao (talk) 06:09, 13 May 2015 (UTC)


A cursory search of YouTube reveals that Rasel titled a song "Despacito" a while before Luis Fonsi did.

Unfortunately, I'm in some doubt whether Rasel's "Despacito" is adequate as a candidate even for my "Similar in titles only" section.

To work in later (Fonsi, not Rasel): final stage (8?) theme from Heavy Barrel and Darrick Deel and Tim Carleton's Opus Number 1 (used as phone hold music) --Eighty5cacao (talk) 06:17, 12 December 2017 (UTC)

Speaking about Opus Number 1 itself, look into Phil Collins's "Take Me Home." --Eighty5cacao (talk) 18:28, 20 April 2020 (UTC)

2019 miscellany[edit]

  • For "Jumping": look into "Jump" by The Movement
  • The Atari ST version of Weird Dreams–in particular the title theme by David Whittaker, not to be confused with Barry Leitch's theme used in the DOS and C64 versions–reminded me of Tepples's "10.2.2.". What, if anything, specifically inspired it aside from "5.1.1."? I haven't bothered to verify whether this is the most informative thread; there may be another which I haven't found because I sloppily paged through the forum manually rather than using search.

This isn't in the content page because Template:Spoiler box's collapsibility has been broken ever since we installed MW 1.30; a CSS class name probably doesn't match what our site-wide JavaScript is looking for, and wikipedia:MediaWiki:Common.js may have something relevant. Also, I thought about posting the "10.2.2." item on your (Tepples's) talk page but ultimately had doubts. --Eighty5cacao (talk) 21:09, 24 February 2019 (UTC) + 03:25, 26 February 2019 (UTC) + 15:57, 26 February 2019 (UTC)