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Mars and The Hooligans perform the song along with a simple synchronized choreography in matching red suits, leopard print shirts and gold chains. The set features a disco ball, vintage stage lights, the set up of the instruments in the background and other elements present in the disco era.[14][70][71][72] The style of the music video greatly resembles the performance held at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.[73] Following the 1970s theme, the video is unavailable in high definition, and is rather shown in standard-definition quality and with a 4:3 aspect ratio. For EW, Kyle Anderson, pointed out "It's all there: The suits, the setting, and the bong-water video effects," while Melinda Newman for HitFix noticed that "to complete the look, the video features special effects, including crude back lighting, wacky dissolves, geometric shapes, and a Star Wars-like background." All of these and the videotape wear were also added to the footage to bring a retro-feel to it.[70][72][74]

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Because of the game's presentation on then-cutting age digital media, Sonic CD was the first in the series to take full advantage of high quality, Redbook audio. Naofumi Hataya and Masafumi Ogata were the ones responsible for the soundtrack, creating a basic theme for the "present" levels and then remixing them for the "past," "good future" and "bad future" variants, altering the mood to reflect on where Sonic was now running but maintaining the basic elements of the core theme. Though most of the songs are done in Redbook format, each "past" track is done in PCM format, similar to the style in the Mega Drive games. The vocal themes were sung by J-pop artist Keiko Utoku, while the tracks for the levels used numerous samples to give them a richer sound. The best example of this technique is with the music that plays during each standard boss encounter, which samples Bob Marley's "Sun is Shining (Funkstar Remix)", Hall & Oates' "I Can't Go for That(No Can Do)" and "Work That Sucker To Death" by Xavier.

Wolpis Carter (ウォルピスカーター) is an utaite and lyricist who debuted in 2012. The recording quality of his singing wasn't very good at first, but it became better around the middle of 2013 with some of his remix covers. Although he uploaded frequently in the first 2 years, he only gained his fame from the second half of 2014. His popularity raised quickly after that; he got around 20k favorites in one year. His most popular cover, "Asu no Yozora Shoukaihan" is the most viewed video under the utattemita tag on NND as of July 1, 2020. Other notable covers are "Toki no Ame, Saishuu Sensou" with 2.3 million views, "Yoake to Hotaru" with 2.1 million views, "Asagao no Chiru Koro ni" with 1.4 million views, "Kuusou Ressha" with 1.1 million views and "Sayonara Dake ga Jinsei da" with 1 million views as of January 05, 2017. 041b061a72


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