News Sailor Moon Tribute Album's Preview Video Streamed
posted on 2014-01-17 11:20 EST
King Records began streaming a preview video on Friday for its upcoming Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon: The 20th Anniversary Memorial Tribute album, which features covers of Sailor Moon songs by various artists.
The video features previews for the following songs:
- "Moonlight Densetsu" (Moonlight Legend) by Momoiro Clover Z (Bodacious Space Pirates, Joshiraku)
- "HEART MOVING" by Shoko Nakagawa (Occult Academy, Gurren Lagann)
- "Princesss Moon" by Haruka Fukuhara (Cookin' Idol Ai! Mai! Main!)
- "Otome no Policy" (Maiden's Policy) by Etsuko Yakushimaru (Penguindrum, Arakawa Under the Bridge)
- "La Soldier" by Tommy heavenly6 (Soul Eater, Gintama)
- "Ai no Senshi" (Solider of Love) by Mariko Goto x Avu-chan (Ziyoou-vachi)
- "Tuxedo Mirage" by Momoiro Clover Z
- "'Rashiku' Ikimasho" (Let's Go, Being 'True' to Ourselves) by Halko Momoi
- "Sailor Star Song" by Mitsuko Horie (voice of Sailor Moon's Sailor Galaxia, Candy Candy theme song performance)
- "Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto..." (Surely, the Wind and the Sky...) by Makoto Kawamoto
The CD will also have a bonus track that is a French version of "Moonlight Densetsu" by French singer Clementine.
Only users of the Shidax restaurant karaoke stores will have the ability to apply for the chance to attend the concert celebrating the release of the album. Customers will be able to apply until February 9.
The new anime will begin streaming worldwide on the Niconico service in July. Yūji Kobayashi (scripts on Saint Seiya Omega, Smile Precure!) is in charge of the series scripts, and Momoiro Clover Z is performing the theme song.
Takeuchi launched the original magical girl team manga series in the shōjo monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi in 1992. The manga soon spawned anime, a live-action television project, musicals, and other adaptations, and it also sparked a worldwide boom. The 20th anniversary project began in 2012, and featured the first musical in eight years at the AiiA Theater Tokyo last September. Kodansha has been republishing the original manga in a complete edition since last November, and Kodansha USA Publishing's Kodansha Comics imprint has been publishing the manga in North America.
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