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    Super Eurobeat

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    Initial D 4th Stage Non-Stop Selection [2006]
    Super Eurobeat Vol.1 Extended Version [1994]
    3Super Eurobeat Presents Initial D 4th Stage [2006]
    4Super Euro Best Presents 70 Min 70 Songs [2003]
    5Super Eurobeat Presents: Euromach Final [2002]


    Super Eurobeat (Japanese: スーパー ユーロビート also "SEB") is a Japanese CD compilation series of Eurobeat music. The series itself is one of the longest running in the entire world. It has been running for over fifteen years and consists of over 160 volumes. Originally, Time Records, Flea Records and Discomagic were some of the record labels that appeared on the original Super Eurobeat albums. The series began as a Beat Freak release, which lasted for 8 albums, after that the series was changed over to Avex, and that's also when A-Beat C joined in. The first 10 volumes of Super Eurobeat are mostly italo-disco, which is quite different from the modern eurobeat. The slower beats, and serious 80's tone make this music stick out from the rest.

    After Super Eurobeat had transferred to avex trax, the CDs themselves were released at a constant rate for the most part, save a few instances where two CDs came out the same day and that Super Eurobeat was not produced for a good portion of a year. In 1994, the original 8 Super eurobeats were also re-released under avex trax. The pattern of Super Eurobeat albums were usually 2-3 regular albums, a nonstop album, 2-3 albums, a nonstop album, 2-3 albums, and a large compilation album (usually a request countdown). These compilation albums generally fall on every tenth album. Early regular albums contained 13 extended tracks, while recenty regular albums contain 18 CD-edit tracks.

    Since the 150s, every SEB has been a normal 18 track release with every 10th album being a compilation album with an extra DVD usually containing ParaPara. 150 was an Anniversary mix with Disc 1 being the History of Eurobeat and Disc 2 being the History of J-Euro (this is out of the oridinary), and 160 was a request countdown (like the other tenth albums of the 100s are). This pattern is expected to continue.

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