When you think of “Lupin the Third,” the first thing that comes to mind musically would have to be the gorgeously composed soundtrack from Yuji Ohno. It’s through the pairing of Yuji Ohno’s next-level jazz composition, and the flashy heists undergone by Lupin, that the show receives so much of its charm. There’s a reason, of course, that the show continues to hold so much significance, even in a modern day setting. But let’s jump back some 17 years to the year 2000, back to a time when there was a very particular musical movement taking place.
It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly when it all started happening over the last few years, but there’s been somewhat of a niche-revival of the Eurobeat genre of music.