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DISCOUNT: 33% off tickets for Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember that I went to London earlier this year to see Thriller Live.

The people at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End┬áhave since contacted me and asked me to share with you a link to a 33% discount on performances between September and March. 150 more words

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Music to My Ears: Event Battle

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE isn’t for everyone. It’s something of an acquired taste. Combining several Shin Megami Tensei elements with the occasional Fire Emblem reference, the game essentially says “if you want a thoroughly JRPG experience where you save lives with pop music, here you go.” 201 more words

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Music to My Ears: Sultana Dreaming

We haven’t talked about it on the podcast (yet), but we’ve been playing through Final Fantasy XIV off and on for the last few weeks. It’s something we had considered for a while, and we pulled the trigger when the Steam Summer Sale put the original game and its expansion at half price. 237 more words

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Music to My Ears: Visions

We’re on a bit of a Trails in the Sky kick lately, paying homage to a series that never received the attention in America that it should have. 263 more words

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Music to My Ears: Clash on the Big Bridge (FFRK Remix)

We’re switching gears a bit this week with a new twist on an old classic.

Clash on the Big Bridge has made several appearances throughout the Final Fantasy series since its original outing in V. 240 more words

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Music to My Ears: Theme of Ryu (SFV)

Street Fighter is a series that’s received tons of play in our music posts, and with good reason. Some of its most famous characters have iconic themes that have resonated for almost 30 years now (and yes, that number does make me sad). 245 more words

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Days out: The Rolling Stones, Exhibitionism

Part of the husband’s birthday present from me was tickets to go and see the Rolling Stones exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I say “tickets”, it was actually… 528 more words

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