Posted on 12 September 2008 with categories: Detroit Metal City



Short Synopsis: Krauser II gets invited to sing his pop songs in a trendy bar and meets one of his former classmates.
Highlights: The drunk Krauser was hilarious.
Overall Enjoyment Value: 8/10
Another hilarious episode from Detroit Metal City. I was beginning to fear that the creators would keep the bit where Negishi loses himself in front of Aikawa going a bit too long, but this episode goes into other directions, and Aikawa finally hears him sing. The irony in this episode seems to be that everyone thinks that Negishi’s music sucks, apart from the friends he had on high-school.

Although, I guess that Tetrapod Melon Tea did receive some popularity for them to be featured in a karaoke magazine. I think that one of the big problems with Negishi is that he hangs out with the wrong people; otherwise he’d never have been able to found Detroit Metal City and met the sadistic president. Although frankly, his sweet songs are badly written and way too sugary. I can imagine how not many people would like it.

5 Responses

  1. BlueYoshi says:

    Good to see that DMC is going into other directions now. Better go grab that 4th ep.

  2. Aegd says:

    There was actually a whole album done for the Detroit metal city movie and OVA’s

    I think the group is called “Makaiyuugi” I have no idea if they have done anything in the past or if it’s just some made up name.

    http://www.yesasia.com/global/makaiyuugi-for-the-movie-album-dvd-first-press-limited-edition-b-japan/1011392384-0-0-0-en/info.html

    This album was actually on Top 4 on the Oricon chart a couple of weeks ago.

    Gotta love the track names.

    01 SATSUGAI
    02 スラッシュキラー
    03 グロテスク
    04 メス豚交響曲
    05 デスペニス
    06 あの娘レイプ
    07 マッド・モンスター
    08 恨みはらさでおくべきか
    09 魔王
    10 ファッキンがん宮殿

    I mean… track number 5 – death penis… how do you even come up with that?

  3. Anime Fan says:

    DMC iS GOOD ^^ THE CHARACTERS ARE FUNNY ^^
    watch anime for free

  4. Gino says:

    hey dude can u send me the english titles from tracks 2 to 10? Thanks a lot! GO TO DMC! GO TO DMC!

  5. Watching funny anime sure takes the stress off your shoulders.

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  • AidanAK47
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 07:30 PM)
    Only things I care about with the anime adaption of Grisaia is Amanes backstory and animated Sachi.
  • AidanAK47
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 07:29 PM)
    @Emma, Funny. I just found out and started reading spirit circle.
    I like Amane. Mainly because the main guy walked in on her naked and she treated it like it was no big deal. The guy even said “Nice tits” and she responded “I know, right!”
  • Houlgrave
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 07:13 PM)
    They better not screw up Grisaia’s anime adaptation or heads will roll. -_-
  • Emma
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 07:12 PM)
    Bagel was always going on about spirit circle by biscuit hammers author.
    The manga finally got licensed though.
  • Emma
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 07:10 PM)
    I enjoyed Biscuit for its humour and characterization, a good manga but one I think I need to go back over. But I’d gladly watch an adaptation.
    Aidan that blonde girl looks irritating as hell in Grisaia…Amane well…I’ve just seen her character design and there is a manga adaptation of the game and I’m getting the feeling shes bonkers.
  • AidanAK47
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 03:44 PM)
    Just finished re-reading the lucfier and the biscuit hammer and seriously…how in the holy hell has this not got an anime adaption? It’s just so damn great. Studio Trigger when you gain the money then this anime is a must. Hell if I had the cash I would fund it myself.
  • AidanAK47
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 12:09 PM)
    Knew Swan Song would be to your tastes. I still say that you will not like Grisaia, well except for Amanes backstory. You will love that part. The rest of it though…not so much. As for recommendations…maybe Kara no shoujo.
    As for Hunter x hunter, my guess is that you won’t like it until the Chimera Ant arc and thats like 80 episodes in.
  • AidanAK47
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 12:02 PM)
    @Emma, getting lonely are we? Anyway Mari Okada is worse. Hands down. Chiaki Kon at least has directing Higurashi under their belt. Okada…well she just writes the same story.
  • Emma
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 09:59 AM)
    Actually given that I mentioned Genshiken, glad to have gotten back into that even if I only read it now for Hato, suu and Madarame.
  • Emma
    (Thursday, Jul 31. 2014 09:57 AM)
    Also Aidan, Mikey, coin toss, which is worse Chiaki Kon or Mari Okada..yes I’m forcing a choice =P

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