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Blasting My Headphones: Sana with HoneyWorks – タナタロ (Tanataro)

A somewhat cute song about a couple who have crushes on each other... ...stalking one another? Damn. I'm absolutely into electropop like this! It sounds simple enough, like American pop I used to hear on radio in mid 2000's. The lyrics however, like all of what HoneyWorks produce, carries a lovely story.   http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3k52d5  … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Sana with HoneyWorks – タナタロ (Tanataro)

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From music to anime: Suki ni Naru Sono Shunkan wo. Review

The 'sequel' to Zutto Mae kara Suki deshita... ...or at least they'd like you to believe that it is. Most of my points stated below will be in relation to the prequel movie.   Type: Movie Genre(s): Romance, School, Comedy and Drama Source of adaptation: Novel The time it was aired: Autumn 2016, December 17 Studio responsible: Qualia Animation… Continue reading From music to anime: Suki ni Naru Sono Shunkan wo. Review

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From music to anime: Zutto Mae kara Suki deshita. Review

This movie adapted the parent story from six novels that further introduced a story from several Vocaloid songs, in which they made up 告白実行委員会 (Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai)/Confession Executive Committee: Love Series. Confused already? It's okay - so was I! Let's get to the minor details first.   Type: Movie Genre(s): Romance, School Source of adaptation: Novel The… Continue reading From music to anime: Zutto Mae kara Suki deshita. Review

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Using music lyrics to make up a story: HoneyWorks featuring (Vocaloid)GUMI – 告白予行練習 (Kokuhaku Yokō Renshū)

Carrying on from my Anisong lyricists appreciation post, I'll be sharing one grand example of how creative Japanese people can actually be when it comes to music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNkL6A1WRY8   This song started it all - a romance story that should please many females in anime community. Try out the English lyrics   "I'm sorry if… Continue reading Using music lyrics to make up a story: HoneyWorks featuring (Vocaloid)GUMI – 告白予行練習 (Kokuhaku Yokō Renshū)