News 1980s Idol Miki Imai Sings Lupin III TV Special Theme
posted on 2007-07-18 13:58 EDT
Miki Imai, one of Japan's biggest idol singers during the 1980s and the lead character voice of Taeko in Studio Ghibli's Only Yesterday, will returns to anime by singing the trademark series theme for the 40th-anniversary Lupin III television special on July 27. Lupin Sansei: Kiri no Elusive (Lupin III: Foggy Elusive) is the 19th television special featuring the devil-may-care thief. In addition to the main theme on the August 1 soundtrack CD, Imai sings the Lupin III love theme on the August 22 Diva from Lupin the Third compilation CD. Source: CD Journal
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