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A style of music originating from either Italy or Germany, popular in Japan and marking its ground in the US. It consists of catchy, frenzied, overproduced beats and rhythmic dance voices. Eurobeat often mentions Japan, cars, love, dancing all night long, known in the Eurobeat world as "keywords." Eurobeat singers usually perform under many different names.
by Jay E. October 06, 2003
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Songs that make you want to fever the night, like a boy in space filling ones heart with burning desire that get you power which takes you back to tokyo. XD
Space Boy - Dave Rodgers
by Nemesis April 05, 2004
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A type of energetic music originated in italy but only sold in Japan. People often mistake it for techno music but it is NOT techno. It usually has a BPM of 140-160 and made up with synthesizers and a few guitars here n there. Eurobeat has an offical dance called Para Para, in which you you use your hands and arms mostly. Eurobeat is also played in the anime Initial D which also made eurobeat more popular in the USA.
Him: what kind of music do u listen to?
Me: something you probably never heard of.
Him: let me listen
*listens*
Him: oh so its techno
Me: no its called eurobeat, now go f*ck yourself
by Initial D September 20, 2005
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Perhaps the catchiest music in the world. Originated from Italy, sold in Japan. Parapara made it popular.
Seriously, Eurobeat is not techno. Go to hell.
by Mike December 16, 2004
63 14
 
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One of the most underrated genres of music ever.
Why is this song categorized as "Hyper Trance Eurobeat"?
by dj gs68 April 24, 2003
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Ultra fast paced, electronically produced music. Armed with electric guitars and crazy tempos, artists make frenzied melodies with catchy beats.
The Initial D anime is eurobeat themed
by ZT October 24, 2005
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A style of music defined by high speeds and overly excitable music. Originiated from Italy now popular in Japan.
Easy Busy by Kiki & Kika is typical eurobeat
by GigaClon September 11, 2003
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