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Uta no Prince-sama “Shining Romance/FORCE LIVE” (Review)

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  ST☆RISH return with Shining Romance and chose to play it safe, whereas QUARTET NIGHT take FORCE LIVE to stun us as the group experiments with different elements in their instrumental piece. Without any further ado, let's get this review started. The cover art is the follow for each edition: Title: Shining☆Romance & FORCE LIVE Release date: 15/11/17 Label: King Records Genre: J-pop Tracklist: 1 - Shining☆Romance (performed by ST☆RISH) 2 -...

2013 in review – Seiyuu music releases

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A year full of hyped releases, 2013 didn't fail to impress with the quantity and quality of some seiyuu music releases. From J-Pop to J-Rock and everything in between we had a bit of everything in this year that is coming to an end. How awesome is it to listen to our favorite seiyuu (voice actors) sing and sing so well...

Showtaro Morikubo 「CHAIN REACTION」(review)

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If there's a musician that always delivers the most electrifying songs it's Showtaro Morikubo. The 39 year old Tokyo seiyuu has released this past week his newest single titled "Chain Reaction" and we must say that we're impressed with it. This is not your normal single, this one has exceeded itself. If you're in for some addictive rock with heavy riffs,...

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