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 This week's Tune for Tuesday, "Leyline Rhymes" by Richie Branson, is an incredible tribute to my favorite show, one that truly captures how much I love Outlaw Star. Really hope to see it back on the airwaves at some point, but Funimation is sure taking their sweet time releasing the Blu-Ray...Ah well. Guess my DVDs and the internet will have to suffice for now.
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As I’ve mentioned multiple times, today is a very special day. 14 years (and 3 hours) ago, when I was 7 years old, I myself and who knows how many other people first saw this wonderful show premiere on American television on what is without a doubt the most influential television programming block to date: Toonami. And having done a research assignment on Toonami and the concept of programming blocks, I feel more than qualified to make that claim. So I decided to celebrate this special occasion with a specific type of fan work that I myself have absolutely no experience with, but immense respect for: the AMV!

 

While admittedly not the most well made AMV out there, it has several points in its favor. The clips are in decent quality, there is use of more than the utmost basic editing techniques, it features an actual song that is used in the series and even a scene from the original pilot, and above it, upon watching this video, I felt the same sort of excitement as when I first Outlaw World, the very first episode, all those years ago.

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For this week's Tune for Tuesday, I've decided to choose a soundtrack from something I did an entire presentation on yesterday, something that played a major role in my life growing up, and something I still adore to this day: Toonami. So please, sit back, relax, and listen with me to "Broken Promise" by Joe Boyd Vigil, the piece used for one of the most iconic and powerful inspirational videos that ever aired on that one of a kind television programming block. Enjoy!

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