- Member: Kai Stromler
- Studio: Shin Hatsubai/Kuroi Kenshi
- Title: embodied (Demo 2 take 3!)
- Premiered: 2002-01-26
- In Flames Embody The Invisible
- 801 T.T.S. Airbats (OAV)
- All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV)
- Black Heaven
- Blue Green Years
- Boy Who Saw The Wind, The
- Child's Toy (Kodomo no Omocha / Kodocha)
- Descendants of Darkness
- Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure
- FLCL (Fooly Cooly)
- Fruits Basket
- Fushigi Yuugi
- Hajime No Ippo
- Hikaru no Go
- His and Her Circumstances (Kare Kano)
- Hunter X Hunter
- Iketeru Futari (Cool Couple) (TV)
- Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto
- Midnight Panther
- Now and Then, Here and There (Ima Soko ni Iru Boku)
- Pilot Candidate (Candidate for Goddess)
- Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
- Shaman King
- Slam Dunk
- Steel Angel Kurumi
- Tales of Eternia
Shin Hatsubai video #26 was in the #3 slot in the 2002 spring demo, and just as with the 2001 fall demo, it beats the video before it (#25 here) by years and miles. It also uses all 31 titles made available for the demo, but the song is about two thirds done before any title is repeated, and overall it looks a lot better. This is the first demo vid I've done that might be able to stand on its own as a good video, even if some parts are a little slow with regard to the music.
Winter Demo '02 might better be known as "Musical Chairs Demo" rather than its unofficial internal title of "Revolution '02". This song was intended to be used for video #1, but was moved to the #2 demo slot to replace "Shades of Revolution" from the Rurouni Kenshin OAV soundtrack, for which the script was initially written. At the actual activities fair, this demo video actually by its pure nift persuaded another booth-minder to join BAS.
If you listen to the original version of this song on the Colony album from whence it comes, you will notice that the intro chords in this video are wrong, as though transposed by a shade or so. I can't explain this either.
Shin Hats Self-Grade: B+/A-.
Stats: #clips: 102 (69 unique). avg length: 2.13 sec. total time: 75 hours.
This video was remastered as part of the SH remasters project and re-uploaded to the more stable, less sketchy mediafire. There are some additional notes on the production choices made in this video here.
This video is now on local, despite being only tenuously an AMV. This is by request; someone asked for demo 3 to go on local, and there wasn't a convincing reason not to give demos 1 and 2 the same treatment.