Tell me about it. I listened to that and sounded more like him for what it's worth. But yeah, singing and voice actor are somewhat different. Both use your voice, but in singing you need to maintain it for long streaks. Voice Acting, you need to maintain it, but not as long. Pretty decent song if you ask me. It's quite funny to hear him like that. Too bad he couldn't of done that for his dance/song running gag. Or maybe that would've been too much.I've heard Stuart's band, he's pretty good. But yeah, singing in his normal voice (which sounds more like Brock) isn't the same as singing as James. Which is probably why Two Perfect Girls sounded really good.
If it's not a Pokémon game, then I doubt it...Hi Maddie,
Long time Pokémon fan
I've read that you and the Pokémon VA's Voiced the Playstation 1 game Valkyrie Profile. They ported to the PSP, under the name Valkyrie Profile: Lennith.
Did they keep your voices in the game?
I'm not sure if that is a twerpish voice I hear?
It's shrieking to me loud and clear.
Melting on the wind...
Past the stars...
In your ...
Wait up! This is not Motto Recital night..
I highly doubt it. The motto changed in the original as well, so obviously the dub changed it as well. Not too mention they changed it during 4kids run as well for the few BF episodes they did.(Though I am not one of them), you probably just upset a lot of fans and voice actors when you said the new motto.
Probably because they aren't good singers...
Haing a band=/=good singer.
Plus you have to realize the people need to sing as their characters, which is harder as well.
Well, if you mean Gotta Dance, that was just a dubbed version of the song Polka Dolka. Well, it was the same tune, totally different words. I like the original one better, since I think Inuyama has a cute voice.The voice actors don't come up with the tunes, the adaptors do