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I Stand Out
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8/10

Not 100% sure how to articulate why I like this one, but I do.
As side-note I'm surprised that video still exists given what's had to happen to the other Nintendo tracks

 
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6/10, It's got some good parts but it's a little repetitive and bland especially when compared to a lot of Persona music.

 
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Impressionist Bakuphoon
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Quite dramatic music and lyrics there, haha. It's also probably an example where the English version is arguably better, if only because you can appreciate said dramatic lyrics a bit better that way. That said, 8/10 for both.

 
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Both are great. But-
Original: 9/10
Remaster: 7.5/10
The original gets a higher score, while the remaster is still great and in high quality, it doesn't have the laugh in it. The laugh actually gives the original charm and a slight creepy feel, especially apparent when you play the game. While the remaster version of this track doesn't have the same charming, and intimidating, feel to it. (at least imo)

 
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I preferred the original SNES version for its more pronounced drum track; the cover sounds a bit empty without them in comparison (while still being pretty decent, though; the enhanced guitar track helps). The song itself is great, with a nice intimate-yet-grand combination going on; a quite appropriate impression to get from a character theme. I'll give an 8/10 for the original and a 7/10 for the cover.

 
Part-Time Rescuer and Explorer
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7/10 - While I'm not as well-versed with MK8's DLC course music, I'd say this one is pretty good. Not sure if it beats out Dragon Driftway though.

 
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