Super Eurobeat series downloads
“- Oh! It’s limited edition, isn’t it?”
“- I don’t care!”
Label / Catalog Number: Avex Trax – AVCD-10100/B/C
Discogs link: Click here, includes tracklist.
Release date: Aug. 4, 1999
Rip info: Personal rip & scans. This is a limited edition rip but the difference are in the scans, not in the music.
Download: Click here
NOTE: Filenames get VERY VERY long in this one; mainly in the scans folder. Be sure to unrar close to the root of your drive if you have issues.
And the one that does not have all inserts scans because I do NOT have said inserts, including the little sheet with info about the remixes on the first press bonus disc…
This rip’s track 1 differs from Takumi333’s rip. Because Track 1 has issues reading correctly. But don’t be afraid: both test & read CRC are the same (but they vary with each rip)
Let’s dump some SEB volumes you may or may not need in FLAC. However, They all have complete set of scans with all inserts… except SEB 76 (that I will post in moments).
I also will start to make these pics small but clicking them will give the big version. Also, the big version is also included in the download.
And now, for one of the “pièce de résistance”.
This CD will go among the history of Super Eurobeat. It contained Travis Stebbins’ “The Top” (under Ken Blast) and appeared on Initial D. You might ask yourself, “Why is it such a big deal?” I paid this CD roughly 85$CAD. Used. Once I received it, the price tag became 200$CAD on Amazon Japan. Sellers such as KUPIKU-COM on Discogs (see Discogs link above) sell it for… *drum roll* 650$ CAD (~500$US). This CD is quickly becoming one of the rarest and most expensive SEB CDs of all time (along with SEB Vol. 7 (AVCD-10007)). And it will be excessingly more expensive if another copy shows up with an obi. I was lucky to find a decent copy at that price with the coupon-insert and obi. I was almost seeing myself with this CD but without the obi, because it’s THAT rare.
Now, to the rip itself. It’s a MAJOR upgrade over the last FLAC. See, I discovered that TheGr8est’s rips removed the silence between the tracks which makes his rips… incredibly inacurate. So, yes, the current version of “Rocketman” by Mega NRG Man is missing the 10sec silence between itself and the ballad remake. So, this rip, for the first time, fixes all that! And, don’t ask why the booklet scans have a yellow-ish tint. I’m as clueless as you.