The Anything Goes School of Masquerade Arts has a long tradition of skits and scripts, both with action and comedy, and just a little romance once in a while.
First! We provided pictures and text scripts of our skits.
The logical next step comes now! The video and soundtracks/background music for the skits, the next best thing to being there. (ok, so that's a far stretch). But if you weren't there, or you were and just want to relive the memory, you need the this multimedia experience, and get in the right atmosphere that we were operating in.
Now, Courtesy of AGSMA Records, we are proud to present, the history of soundtracks to AGSMA presentations (and videos when available)!
Most people don't detect it but there is a finger snap after Roy completes his miniskirt line. Most all the songs are from FMA with the exception of the miniskirt sequence with the cute bubbly anti-Scar song from Chobits. .
So horrible, that it had to be done again! This time with songs made popular during 2002, but all Pop, all the time. Check out the special light saber sound effects for Moon Silicon Strike! Genrietta was allowed to make a voice acting appearance as Sailor Pepsi.
A very traditional and serious skit, with all the voice overs done by Henry! Well we did an override on Henry and had the Hitomi re-recorded by Annie. Because Genrietta is not allowed to do voice overs!
A Wonderful Blend of Bubblegum Pop, following in the trend of Katsucon and Fanime Con. It's wonderfully mixed and a large improvement from the scratchy Demo Tape version with differing volumes. The entire soundtrack was pre-recorded, we did not do any voice overs. Incidentally, the "Britney" in the soundtrack is from one of her songs.
This again is background music, but with Catch You Catch Me radiating all throughout the background. Hence, you our cues were from specific lines of CYCM. The dialogue was yelled out on stage so that will not be in this recording.
Version 5.0 is the one actually used on stage, with all the Disney-isms added. The various versions have certain extras added in. Be sure to listen for Indiana Jones, Wendy saying "How Dreadful", and Mickey Mouse saying "Well you might think you're so powerful, but this is my dream!". For those of you Disney fanatics, the initial scream comes from the elevator at the Haunted Mansion, as well as the wolf howl, and the Hurry Back at the end. The Remain Seated warning and the howl at the end (Yeti call) both are from the Matterhorn. The Space Mountain Theme is truncated to fit the 2 minute limit we have, so the initial part (Mission Control, Launch Sequence Engaged) has been edited out.