Sharlayan Dropouts – Dropouts Radio 003

Sharlayan Dropouts – Dropouts Radio 003

Put on your black hoodie with the thumb-holes cut out and start drawing "the cool S" on all your homework because we're taking things back to 2003 AND 2013 at the same time.

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Episode Notes

Attention $5-and-up subscribers: Put on your black hoodie with the thumb-holes cut out and start drawing “the cool S” on all your homework because we’re taking things back to 2003 AND 2013 at the same time. It’s a punk rock episode featuring only primals from A Realm Reborn and our own tortured teenage souls. Dropouts Radio is your monthly excuse to kick back and have a listening party with hosts Victor and Nadia as we spin some of our favourite tracks from Final Fantasy XIV and beyond.
Patch notes: Fixed audio sync

Music in this Episode:

Battle on the Big Bridge – Nobue Uematsu/Masayoshi Soken
Footsteps in the Snow – Masayoshi Soken
Idea/Intent – The Beths
Oblivion – Yoshitaka Suzuki
Under the Weight – Masayoshi Soken
What’s up, people? – Maximum the Hormone
Chu Chu Lovely Muni Muni Mura Mura – Maximum the Hormone

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