Joined: 15-November 07
From: Michigan, USA
Member No.: 53,397
Oh God, the're both so good, its hard to choose, but I think Ready Steady Go is a little bit better.
Armstrong: (with tear filled eyes, hugs Edward) I've heard your whole story, Edward Elric! Your pure love that made you try and bring back your mother! And the strength of your love that allowed you to throw away your own life to transmute your little brother's soul! (tries to hug Ed again) I AM MOVED! Edward: (kicks Armstrong in the face) Stay back.
Joined: 27-November 06
From: Under a thick layer of cloth
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Most of the time I prefer to hear "Tobira no Mukou e" over "Ready Steady GO!", mainly because the ending songs were changed so much in comparison to the opening songs so "Ready Steady GO!" kind of got played out.
However, it changes with my mood. Sometimes I'd rather "Ready Steady GO!" than "Tobira no Mukou e".
We interrupt this signature for an important question:
If it is not approved allowed to post on a thread that has long since died been "resting" for a while, and each member is allowed to open only one his/her own "art collection" thread for posting his/her artwork in fanart forum, then does that mean I can not post my artworks again on my old art thread? (No, I'm not looking for "Post it in 'The Beauty of Your own Artwork'" as an answer, thank you!)
<Answer: Yes, of course!! Hope to see many more of your artworks!! :) ~ Board Staff>
Joined: 9-May 10
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Tobira no Mukou e has that special place for me. It's the very first FMA song I've heard, and before I could actually watch it since I couldn't find it to download (this was back during the summer before the dub was around), so I played the music like crazy. After hearing Tobira no Mukou e though, I ended up listening to it on repeat for almost 7 hours straight. When I think about it it brings that feeling of what the series felt like before I actually saw it.