ClassicaLoid

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4.1
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  • 13 out of 18 people found this review helpful:
    There are no words that can express the level of awesome!
    This anime is quite possibly the best comedy anime I've ever seen. The musical jokes, references, and imagery are off the god damned charts. The first episode alone made me so happy I was crying.

    In effect, this show is about what the master composers of history would be like if they lived in the 21st century. As an example, Beethoven is a moody nutcase that dresses like a lazy rockstar and ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    If you get "Musik", this might be the best thing ever...
    To be honest, when I watched the first episode i didn't understand anything and thought this was strange. But now after watching the three first episode I believe it's one of the best anime ever created.

    At first glance the story seem like a lot of random things is being thrown in and it makes you dizzy, but when you get the power of "Musik" it all makes sense.

    The historical characters ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    A strange yet, at times fascinating interpretation of music history and classical music itself.
    This is a somewhat bizarre anime in which the great classical musicians are caricatures of themselves. Mozart is dressed all in pink and skateboards every where, Beethoven is dressed in a black leather coat and torn jeans and is consumed with producing the perfect black bean gyoza, the evil; Bach watches over it all as these musicians become poor renters at a house inherited by a high school ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Amusing but didn't hold my attention
    I made it to episode 8 and haven't felt like watching another episode in weeks. I don't know if I just haven't gotten to the "BIG TWIST" or whatever yet but I think 8 episodes is a pretty fair shot.

    There are a lot of funny things about it, the characters are silly, if you like classical music its worth a watch. Expect it to be over the top ridiculous and not serious at all. It felt like there ...
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  • Has its Weak Points, But Overall, Pretty Entertaining!
    I don't know how I quiet stumbled upon this series, but It was pretty funny and wacky the first few episodes. Being a musical genius like Beethoven and Mozart, they really put a wacky twist on the composers, like how Beethoven is a perfectionist about Gyoza and Mozart is a total 'Pervert/Ladies Man'. This can however, get a little weird at times, leading to some strange episodes that don't makes ...
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  • A Delightful Exercise in Quirkiness.
    I cannot recommend this show highly enough. ^^ This show is excellent at fully embracing its downright weird core while realizing fleshed out characters and themes. The vibrant character design is never lacking and the show came with multiple guffaw/belly laugh moments.
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  • 1 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    A really bad habit!!
    I thought this might be fun, and it was sort of amusing. But, the heroine is a very angry teenager and her habit of throwing things at people and slapping them is a complete turn off for me. It is never proper for anyone to physically assault someone just because they insulted you or hurt your feelings.
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