Hareluya II Boy (TV)
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All of the SPYKE songs used in the anime were released during the group's time with King Records in 1997. The group disbanded shortly after the HARELUYA II BØY anime, though, and a complete album was never released by King Records. The only release these songs ever got were via the singles for the opening theme, Tight-Break, and the second ending theme, Closet Freak, as well as the two OST releases the show received.
Hareluya's favorite line "Ore-sama no senaka de zangeshina!/Repent to my Back!" is an anime-only creation; Hareluya never says it in the original manga.
Though the original manga is simply a reboot of Haruto Umezawa's previous Hareluya one-shot, the anime does make some slight connections to the first Hareluya manga. For example, in the anime when Hareluya pulls item from the back of his shirt it's done as a mystical energy, whereas in the manga he simply pulls them items out, and the anime ties the original Hareluya manga into the past of Hareluya's father, Harebare.
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