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電波の世界 started in December 2007 and while our passion for the genre has only increased over the years, it's been difficult to find time for new articles and features. That's why we (denpanosekai and mandichan) are looking for an enthusiastic new writer! Here are some typical articles and tasks:

※ album previews and reviews
※ event reports (comiket, M3, live, etc.)
※ artist spotlights and interviews
※ denpa watchlist renewal
※ a new theme would be nice!

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

New LoveBullets OP 「O.SHI.E.TEトゥルー☆はぁと」



Someone at mana really likes denpa theme songs and who could blame them, really? Their first product, 2007's 萌ドラ "moe drama" CD series School Hearts used fripSide's boisterous 「HAPPYジェネレーション」 as an opener to each disc. Then in late 2008, they awoke I've Sound from their Short Circuit slumber and reunited the powerful "KOTOKO to KAORI" duo; the result was 「Crash Course ~恋の特別レッスン~」 for the game メアメアメア. Now their third title ANGEL MAGISTER is coming out on July 24th and lookie here -- they commissioned team LoveBullets to compose the opening track!

Titled 「O.SHI.E.TEトゥルー☆はぁと」, this is certainly one of the most turbulent tunes the pair has released so far. One could say that there are some distinct ARM/IOSYS similarities in there, but Miyu-san's voice is unmistakable. In our interview, Isomura-sensei said that if everything goes as planned, a third volume of their LoveBullets series should see the day. Don't forget that they have another unreleased song in 「シスターまじっく!」, so they've got at least two tracks figured out so far.

Speaking of team LoveBullets, the opening video to LOVERSOUL's 「姫さまはプリンセス」 came out a short while ago. It features the song "CALL MY NAME", the full version of which is the fourth track on GWAVE Super Feature's vol.13 「LOVE BULLETS II」. The smooth song is definitely a bit of a departure for the normally-hyperactive duo, but as the previous video showed, they've yet to neglect the genre that made them popular in the first place.



2 comments:

aibublog said...

Nit-picking: Double HarmoniZe Shock!! from 2007's SHORT CIRCUIT II reunited the KOTOKO to Kaori duo a year earlier than Crash Course.

電波の世界 said...

That's true. I have no idea where that came from. I should defrag my brain!