Denpa song English guide:
Denpa no Sekai Blog:
Denpa song bot (new songs every day):
In-detail analysis of denpa aesthetic:
takeshi0406's blog (very informative):
Japanese guy who makes denpa and moe songs mixes:
moep's blog, he posts buy lists for events like Comiket and M3:
Reposting a few DL links from last thread (pre-C89):
らずべりー - crime berry 02 -終末のエクリチュール-
日の当たる場所 - 空の下の五線譜
らずべりー - crime berry 06 ～らずべりカルパレード～
中央食堂 - Summer Paradise
第二生徒会室 - MOMO-TAN 4CH
おでんぱスタジオ - メインヒロイン(仮)
らずべりー - おむにっくす!
ユウノウミ - 定概テクトニクス
ラブリコット - スタートライン
まめこ - Melody!
Maple Sugar - Maple Land
marine stars - Marine Stars
桃箱×miko - ろりぽっぷちゅうぉーぢゅ (v0)
Zero-Shaft - Dramatic. (320K)
はる＊あま＊にゃ - おとぎの国のはる＊あま＊にゃ (v0)
twinkle - 悪戯MNSTER (v0)
まめいちご - ぱるさまれぎゅーむ！ v0
twinkle - はじめてのしんぐる
pigmhall - 505 DVD
vividsB - 漢舟
[Mamyukka] 深海図鑑 (320K)
I don't even know the difference between moepop and denpa
Halozy - Bayside Beat
Well, some people here are anal enough to disqualify 90% of what is played at the big denpa events like Denpa Hakkyun and Denpa Song Daisensou as "denpa song". This kind of disagrees with how the term is used in Japan today. Cue endless definition wars.
Oldfags like me have no problem with a broader definition, since I can see a clear lineage from some of this stuff back to the 80's and the Nagom Records/Captain Records era and acts like Zin-Say!, Karate Bakabon, Minca Panopica and so on. And even back then there was a division between the more deranged stuff (Kinniku Shoujotai etc.) and the "moepop" stuff (Kidorikko etc.).
Welp, it finally came in. This will take a while.
おでんぱスタジオ- 壁ドン (yes its one song, no there isn't anything else on the disk)
Scan of lyrics available only on request, let me know if something is wrong.
If that other anon that was gonna pick up はいぱぁ電波これくしょん！アメイジング炎上編 would upload, that would be nice. Otherwise, eh I'll pick it up myself later since iosys ships international.
I would ask for Picolony Nauts 2 lyrics, since I'm in love with the 00 and 1 and listen to them all the time. However I will probably buy them soon anyway, what proxy and store do you use to order them? What would be the easiest and cheapest way to get a few denpa CDs shipped to america?
I have no idea if DS or whoever does group orders anymore, but generally the more popular albums (like the ones I have) tend to be resold on either tora no ana, melonbooks, amazon japan etc. This time around, I had a friend who went to comiket and bought them for me.
If you are considering the proxy route, you can use proxy services like Goody Japan(cheapest I know so far), and tenso. Though I have tried to get stuff from melonbooks via tenso, and apparently melonbooks does not "ship international" even if it means its going to a proxy seller within japan. I simply tried a lesser known proxy, and I ended up getting the item from melonbooks anyway.
For Amazon japan, just make an account (yes,a seperate amazon account just for amazon japan). The website has an english option if you can't into moonspeak. I think you can pick up nanahira's candy time on amazon japan, but keep in mind not all items are shippable to the states.
Check a circle's websites (twitter, soundcloud etc) and see if they have a store. If its Iosys stuff, I just e-mail them directly. They understand english, and accept paypal for purchases.
I like it!
I did a quick translation of questionable quality of their about page.
I ended up getting it from MelonBooks. It just shipped today so it will be a few days before I get it. Don't know if the other guy will see this, but it will be uploaded either way.
Thanks to Christmas I didn't have the money to get it when I said I would before, I was aiming to order it a week today, but if you're planning to upload it when you get your copy I'll use the money to get something else that hasn't been uploaded. Has anyone uploaded the Halloween/M3 CDs from MOSAIC.WAV or odenpa studio yet? If not I'll see if I can get those
I'm having a really hard time finding Millirobo.beta's stuff. I'm not even sure what I'm missing.
I have their C87 release, 大人のミリロボベータ, their C83 mini-album, ミニロボベータ！. Have they even made anything else?
There's an oversaturation of a very specific kind of "denpa" style that's been getting more and more popular over the past couple years.
I mean I like nanahira as much as the next guy, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't getting tired of seeing her everywhere along with the typical wink-wink nod-nod hyper moepop+popular EDM thing that everyone keeps doing.
I haven't seriously listened to denpa in maybe a year now. When I do I keep returning to the same core artists, like momoi or mosaic or a bit of ARM. I think that's where I really understand what trudenpafags keep arguing about with regards to what "denpa" means. On some level it really is a "feeling" to the music. That weird spacey feeling, like being suspended or something despite all the energy and zaniness happening. Or maybe that weird nostalgic feeling for old, forgotten eroge music that really isn't good on any technical level but is really touching despite (or perhaps because of) that.
Anyway, forgive me for blogposting. I've just been what you're going through and so I recommend you listen to the classics and maybe try to rediscover them. Denpa is not so much a sound as it is an idea and feeling. I think a lot of recent artists are forgetting this and just trying to make it as "crazy-cutesy" sounding as possible. It comes off as a little shallow and generic.
>I think a lot of recent artists are forgetting this and just trying to make it as "crazy-cutesy" sounding as possible. It comes off as a little shallow and generic.
Honestly this is such a common occurrence for anything that becomes popular enough that I'm surprised it hasn't happened to denpa sooner.
I've only been listening to it for a little over a year now, so I don't know if some of you are more experienced with it and would argue that it's already happened years ago or not.
But I've easily downloaded more denpa music than probably all the music I've ever owned of any genre, and I still don't really get that feeling of artists "selling out" or producing generic content nearly as much as I would get with other music genres.
So even if it's losing sight of itself, am I wrong to be impressed with how well it's held up?
But then again, maybe a lot of that has to do with it not technically being a genre of its own and so over the years things would only get labelled "denpa" by the fans?
Maybe the real issue then is that artists are starting to think they can label their own music as "denpa" rather than letting it just be a decision from the listeners. Maybe there was never supposed to be "denpa albums".
There's not going to be much "selling out" with denpa since it's destined to stay niche by its very nature.
Trudenpa has always been pretty small. A lot of particularly sugary moedenpa has been released recently, which lends to the perception that the scene is being taken over by it.
Toromi is still releasing albums, so I'm satisfied.
It's been happening to denpa for years now, but "denpa" as a thing hasn't been a "thing" for all that long. It's comes out of anime and eroge and doujin music that just happened to be "denpa" in feel and/or theme.
To clarify it's not like nanahira is "selling out" or anything, she's just commanding what I feel to be a disproportionate share of the music scene because of its increase in popularity which is largely relegated to a very specific, very accessible moepop styling. She's not the first and she's not the last to do this and I don't hate her at all for doing it. I quite like her music. Rather, I'm just wary of how the door is now open for certain artists to hop on it. Some treat it like some kind of gimmick. Like this "wow so cute" ironic lolicon EDM styling (I'm looking at you teamdmp). Like, I get it, it sounds like some kind of Skrillex-esque dubstep but now with cute lolivoices, great. Or super "brutal" metal with lolivoices, original. Some artists would do the odd song or two in that contrasting style for effect, that's fine. Some artists think it's a good idea to make that their entire sound. Feels like beating a dead horse. Slap on a moe-loli-holding-candy cover, label it "denpa," and people will buy it regardless, I guess.
>So even if it's losing sight of itself, am I wrong to be impressed with how well it's held up?
I don't really think it's losing sight of itself. It's just hit a point of popularity where some people are trying to milk it a bit. The core players are still doing their thing like they always have. If there's a thing to parallel it to maybe it's like how some 2hu artists jumped to kancolle, or how so many people get into that shit cause it's hilarious internet memes and sexy cosplay, but don't really care about the lore or games or anything.
Eventually, the people who aren't in it for the long run will leave, and the disingenuous players will jump to whatever's the popular thing. But I know for a fact there are some really consistent artists making the music they've always been making that just happened to be labeled "denpa" now, so yeah, like I said, try to discover or rediscover or something.
>Maybe there was never supposed to be "denpa albums".
I get the impression that a lot of old "denpa" artists rarely called their music "denpa." It's stuff like "moesong" or "akiba-pop" or "akiba-kei" or anison stylings or whatever. I know ARM calls his stuff denpa now, but he probably wasn't making that with intent at the start. I would say it was never intended, least of all to be a genre, it just happened. And so when people are intentionally making "denpa" as a genre they're probably missing the point somewhat and why some people aren't feeling it anymore.
Plenty of mosaic songs aren't "moe" themed. They call themselves "akiba-pop." So moe plays a big role, sure, but there's other stuff in there too like super-robot stories, computers, space stuff, battle music, otaku-centric skits, whatever. In general, it seems mosaic is much more varied and nuanced than nanahira's stuff in both production and thematic content. They've been doing it longer too, so they have more music under their belt.
>but the majority has the same feeling as any other moepop artist
I guess that's just where our opinions differ, then. Mosaic continues to hit a sweet spot for me with all of their material that most moepop artists simply don't. It's not just being energetic and "moe" and over-the-top and occasionally weird. It's just "electric" somehow. "Akiba-pop" is probably the most apt description of what they make.
As for the thematic content and stuff. It's clearly more broad. Aside from some of the moe-themed songs, I'm not sure where you feel the similarity. Mosaic sounds quite different from something like Maple Sugar or ave;new or nanahira, all of which I would categorize as denpa-kei moepop with varying degrees of "denpa"-ness.
Not that this matters much to me, but I think you're doing yourself and others a disservice by limiting 10 years of mosaic music to "moepop," the current taboo-term for denpa people don't like in these threads.
Oh, in that case all you need to do is be a 2d glasses girl who loves donuts and wears a lab coat and root-symbol hairpin. Donuts are plenty, but unfortunately, funding is nonexistent!
He probably meant that different composers and arrangers made various tracks with her, most of her music could be called trudenpa but not all.
Also, someone asked earlier if she released something in this comiket: I am not awared of it, but she has a track on Picolony nauts 2, it's pretty good
What were your favorite denpa/moe-pop songs/albums from 2015?
Still haven't gone through all my stuff but I enjoyed:
Aiobahn & Yunomi - 枕元にゴースト
まめいちご - Sugar & Bitter
なゆ - わんころわんわかわわんのわん！
nayuta - スイート・スイーツ・マジック
my external hard drive that i used for music was getting old and having IO issues. so i bought a replacement drive and tried to copy everything to new drive.
messiness is my fault in my 2hu folder i use '[albumartist]album' but i cant read moonrunes so my denpa folder got neglected
Dunno about anyone else, but denpa with headphones helps me drown out the crushing reality of my life around me in my room. Might not be healthy, but it just feels so warm and safe.
And yes. Maple Sugar - Maple Doll please. Its eluded me for some time.
The one on the right in this image?
If they'll be more active that's great, but where? All I know of is their individual Twitter accounts, and MOL's blog that hasn't been updated since C87.
I have never seen it discussed, what equalisers settings do you use for optimal denpa settings? There's a lot of shit going on in some denpa songs, I'm sure you can ear some subtilies better with certain settings.
I never understood having different equalizer settings for different types of music. I get compensating for crappy speakers/headphones, but that shouldn't have anything to do with the genre.
Just ordered this, I'll upload it in a couple of weeks when it arrives. Anyone know where i can find the odenpa studio M3 CD? The site I was planning to buy it from is out of stock and I've no idea what i need to do to get it from one of the Japanese sites that don't ship internationally.
One guy who sells their cds in odenpa booth was willing to reserve me copy from their booth in c89 with password for future that could also work for you. I did not buy odenpa though
I'll try to order a few denpa CDs soon and I might as well buy it, I have a limited budget but I didn't buy a CD of her when I was in Japan during C88 and I'm starting to like her more and more. I'm too lazy to get to know more about proxies because I never did it so it might take a while though
Agh! It wasn't supposed to be like this. That sweet voice exploded into the sounds of that last release. Too good to be topped, I guess
Someone said it hasn't appeared anywhere for ordering. Keep searching (or maybe by the time you get around...) I'm broke, so... you're like my only hope.
The first one is from a denpa album, but I agree it's probably the less denpa-ish song of the album, it's more on the moepop side. Still far from jpop though, close your eyes and listen to every subtle sound and how all the different melodies blend together, with the soothing nayuta voice, this isn't the kind of stuff you could ever on the radio. You should check out the album, it has some pretty dank denpa tracks, like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnF1ZGkTxrk
I can't hear anything denpa in the second one however, it's pretty much jpop-rock.
Well, I'll agree with you that it isn't something you'd find on the radio.
Also the song you posted isn't very convincing. To me it sounds like a bunch of random noise without any hook. It's not bad but it's a song that's easy to forget considering there's no part that really sticks with you when you first listen to it. I'll still check it out because the vocalist has a cute voice.
What do you listen to? True denpa songs are generally complex and unorthodox enough that they take many listens before you remember them. The current thread is to have these characteristics but with catchy,cute and simple vocals, that's how I like to define moe-denpa.
Aside from the obvious classic staple denpa songs, usually these kinds of songs.
For me lyrics and theme in general are a huge part in denpa. Some people who don't understand and will write off any song as moe-pop, J-pop, J-rock, etc. For example, the last one, Kimi wa nan Terabyte, is a good example. It's not as out there composition-wise, but the lyrics and message of the song are still very much denpa.
What do you consider true denpa songs?
I think artists like Toromi, Millirobo.beta and some older ARM songs would be the most "true denpa". Everything you linked are moe songs, but I'd still consider them dempa, especially mosaic.wav. And I don't agree that the last track is not "as out there composition wise", it's as much denpa as any other mosaic.wav songs.
What I'd consider really moe-pop and barely denpa is most of Nanahira's tracks and twinkle for exemple.
Onmyouji and Chikansha Thomas aren't moe denpa though.
And I always see people list Toromi as an example of real denpa, but all the stuff I've listened to her sound more like moe denpa to me except for maybe one song. I don't know where to draw the line between real denpa and moe denpa. All I know that newer moe pop stuff like chiimu and Nanahira is not considered "real" denpa.
Here's Do you like Upper Cut?? 6!!
Anyone who listens/listened to mo2 here?
The full OP of love, Vampire Flowers was released in the latest GWAVE compilation.
Also just noticed that someone ballsy enough subbed Shining Master Z. Lyrics are important!
>but all the stuff I've listened to her sound more like moe denpa to me
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5_Vj3EkyKo (yandere song)
Here is this, finally.
IOSYS - はいぱぁ電波これくしょん！ アメイジング炎上編 (v0)
My orders kind of got messed up this C89 though. I'm waiting on レンズフレンズ, which I will upload whenever it arrives, but if anyone else gets milky fancy time or PRISM they would be much appreciated.
There's no difference between any of them, as far as listening goes. The only reason to ever have FLAC is if you plan on re-encoding to something else (i.e. for mixing), so that nothing is lost via successive encoding.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5_Vj3EkyKo (yandere song)
The only difference 320k has with V0 is that 320k is constant bitrate and conserves silence and useless data. It's literally just a waste of space. CBR was useful when VBR wasn't well developed years ago and algorithms and codecs weren't very good with it, but nowadays VBR is the sanest and most efficient option. Newer algorithms don't even feature CBR anymore.
Some of us listen to music on portable devices such as cellphones and are too lazy to encode to mp3 from flac before transfering. I have a 64gb micro SD card and it's filling up quickly so I try to only have FLAC for albums I listen to a lot.
Face it, with V0 you're simply throwing away precious audio data to save a few megabytes. My headphones go up to 24kHz, I'd like to at least hit the 20 that the average human ear can go up to!
You can still get that with "variable bitrate" when encoding the file. Seems to work good with M4A files, maybe mp3 too but I'm not sure.
File on the left is flac at 41M and on the right is m4a with variable bitrate at only 8M.
That saves quite a good amount of disk space, still gives you the full range of frequencies, and you really can't tell the difference.
Here you go https://mega.nz/#!0oFDDSII!17l-6eemWNhtGvtGXZmwvf085JMh5_J_lauSfm05SZ0
Everyone gets a bonus nanahira phone wallpaper since I was scanning stuff anyway.
Thanks guys, didn't even know doubleeleven had a release.
She did that one anime OP, but that was with ARM i think. Same with all of her beatmania songs. So yeah I really don't know if shes done anything ouside of IOSYS. I really liked this song from last year https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcuj013pi14
Yes, she heads a voice actor group called monotone/m+entertainment. They have participated in quite a lot of productions.
monotone6 dot wix dot com slash mentertainment
Some people here whine a lot when stuff gets posted related to denpa artists that isn't an album download though.
purge away. unless you're covering the songs you don't need the instrumentals unless there's a song you just really like. I started purging mine last year and i don't miss them at all ever. Do it, your HDD will thank you.
>Some people here whine a lot when stuff gets posted related to denpa artists that isn't an album download though.
It's just one guy. Any information is welcome in my book. Remember denpa is a cultural thing.
Here you go anon:
I should probably use some image uploading site or something for another time. Open to suggestions. Perhaps we could get into transcribing some of this stuff. Or not. Just a thought.
According to her portfolio on that website she's done a few commercials and narration jobs. I personally haven't found any of those things she's been in, or at least recognized her voice. It also points out the first song I've heard from her which was えぐりて from that one seacats album. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHD96GO1cAI
Here you go, guys
MOSAIC.WAV - Monster Parade
I don't know when I'll get the odenpa studios one, I ordered it through Goody Japan about a week ago and it's still not arrived at their offices. Hopefully it won't be too much longer.
MEGA is fine, but can I suggest just uploading the folder of images instead of uploading a zip?
MEGA has thumbnails and everything. It would look like this: https://mega.nz/#F!31wlQCzD!bSoTu5VPj8DvYy2c2_jY2Q
Thanks anon. Odenpa actually had that particular single at their table this past comiket. Would have had my friend pick it up had I known. How were you able to find it? Were you the reason that it was sold out on Tora no Ana?
Personally I've had a mixed experience with the download as zip option on Mega. Sometimes on an initial download it would show up corrupted when I decompressed. Second or third time is turns out fine. Thanks for the suggestion. I may just keep doing it as is since I do these requests ala carte anyway.
Compared to waha my collection isn't anywhere near as big, but if theres something people want from this like lossless or scans I can give it a go. On another note, are the people running RtL and denpa song keeping up with uploads anymore? I've only bothered to check recently and I see that there hasn't been activity in both as far as uploads are concerned. I can't blame them. I think it would be difficult to keep up considering the denpa threads only gain activity around events.
I feel bad. I considered buying the odenpa cd from c89, but I felt that my money was better spent elsewhere. I know lots of denpa releases even from C89 which are not ever really spoken here.
Good way to find out about recent denpa releases is follow denpa artists in twitter and checkout what they share etc.
I didn't find out about 壁ドン from odenpa until after my friend left for Japan since they posted a crossfade 5 days before the event. FYI this particular single was only 1 song, and i believe they burnt it at home or something since it was just a Cd-r stamped with the cover picture. Also it was 300 yen. This could have easily been a 100 yen download but such is life. Personally I would have wanted an instrumental, but perhaps they were cutting it close with this single as well. I also kind of miss those depa-raji segements they did on their older albums.
Despite my collection containing the fairly popular circles, I am open to new artists. That crossfade that >>14581621 was pretty cute, I 'd listen to more of their stuff if they made it easier to obtain. How do some of the anon here obtain these more obscure singles/albums? Pretty much everything in that last picture I posted are via proxy buyers that I direct to tora no ana, melonbooks, akibaoo. Do you contact them directly, or do you ready access to proxy buyers that go to events for you?
I don't know about catching the anime, but I do like Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund. I really dig this opening. They also worked on the Witchcraft Works ED, all the Trinity Seven EDs, and more recently the Sakurako ED. All I think are pretty good.
Yo, I'm looking for a song and normally I'd be able to search the archive but that seems to be down.
Anyways, all I remember is that it was an ARM song and it was sung by a girl singing about being a shinigami? Maybe even a failed shinigami? And she screams a lot during it.
I think the video was also taken from some rhythm game, possibly beatmania.
Oh of course, I feel dumb now since I actually typed Akibaoo into one of my previous comments. Even the toromi album is there. Guess I'll browse a bit.
Bookmarking for later. I'm going to assume this individual is only on hiatus during non event times? Also what is your experience with using this service?
Been using it for years.
This is for example c88 stuff everyone ordered from him
he gets tons of orders so be prepared to wait for your package 1-2 months.
He is on hiatus usually after event until to next event, because he gets too many orders. he will order used surugaya CDs for you though while on hiatus if ever needed
Here you go anon. Don't let the file size fool you, these songs don't go longer than 2 minutes each. This was certainly an interesting album I picked up. https://mega.nz/#!UxdkyRCa!QIZfxJdCXvMbcV_PaKm7DJpNxMwq2uo-R2o7tYk1aoY
I'll give it a shot at some point. I think the next major event is spring M3, so perhaps I'll test it with an album.
Frankly I've never heard of this group until now, though after I quick search I certainly find their style entertaining. I don't know of another circle/group that does their style specifically. If its trap with cute vocals you are looking for, try the bass categories in previous comiket/m3/reitaisai spreadsheets. I know かめりあ has done similar stuff, though I wouldn't be able to name a song. I'd certainly want to know.
There's a ton of stuff I missed at various times I'd probably be interested in, but since I already have 100 or so of my own it wouldn't be all at once. If you are interested in selling off individuals, maybe putting together a list and throwing it on pastebin to inquire about might be good.
I don't know either. Would listing them on ebay make sense? I don't really expect anyone to want to buy them all at once. I should probably put together a list or pastebin as suggested.
And by very slightly used, I do mean bought, opened, ripped and put in storage. So yeah. As good as new. Some I probably just downloaded the rips despite owning them...
not this guy?
Thanks for waiting anon. I only got a chance to check the thread a little while ago. Fortunately I already had it ripped, I just want to do scans since I didn't do it the first time.
[ポヤッチオ] ももいろHoliday SHAKING PINK
A few years back the denpa threads used to gather on synchtube and mumuplayer (now both non-existant) to share music and videos. I remember live streaming the mosaic.wav concert on nico nico to synchtube. Shit was so cash. Anyway, is there anything like those services nowadays we could gather in?
>Anyway, is there anything like those services nowadays we could gather in?
is similar to s*nch* tube I think. Remove all the x's, I spent 10 fucking minutes trying to get this post to not be flagged as spam. It's so fucking lame that we can't talk about other sites freely.
It even has the old synchtube layout as an option. Nice suggestion anon. The question now is who here would swing by if I or any other anon made a room? It would be nice to hear some songs I haven't heard in awhile. I'd probably post some 桃井はるこ if we got this going.
Awesome, thanks. and go for it. I'm sure it'd be a nice cozy room, you could even set up a late night weekend room, discussion could be a bit more active and directed during those hours, as opposed to the hassle of maintaining one for extended hours.
How possible would it be for a good looking gaijin who has decent japanese conversation skills to get a date with a denpa singer? I have the perfect comiket plan:
-Line up early to enter west hall
-First thing once inside, visit the targeted artist and possibly be the first to visit her booth (should be easy since many denpa artists are not really popular). Buy a bit of stuff and make some small chat, showing you're a fan and know her stuff. Leave after a very short while because it's fucking comiket and the hall is starting to get loaded.
-Go back to her booth around 2h pm when things have calmed down and pretty much nobody will come and buy something and pursue conversation for a couple of minutes
-Finally ask for her LINE account or phone number before leaving if things went well, to later invite her to go on a date while you're in Tokyo
Isn't that a failproof plan? Did anybody not beta ever try to have a conversation with denpa artists, more than exchanging a couple of words, quickly buy CD and leave? I only went to Japan and Comiket once, and I didn't because my japanese skills weren't quite there yet so I didn't feel confident enough, and I was too fucking stressed running to every booth to buy what I want because it was my first comiket.
twinkle - レンズフレンズ (v0)
I didn't see it posted here, for those who weren't aware, the C89 IOSYS album has been uploaded to the RTL archive
Thanks anons. I see RTL anon has been busy since I commented on the inactivity. Good on you RTL anon for fighting the good fight.
I may try to start one up if I'm free. I recently retrieved access to my old livestream account, so it'll make things easier when I can just pull from my own collection and stream it from my desktop or something. Before I wiped my desktop some time ago, I was also able to save the livestream from when I streamed the Mosaic wav nico nico concert. I might either upload it, or stream it again (bear in mind in shit quality). It'll be comfy time.
I met MomoBako during C83, in a DiGiTALWiNG album unrelated to Denpa.
Track name: MOONLIGHT？ 超イイネ！
I really liked her voice, but didn't pay special attention to the artist singing.
Years later, listening to a C87 Denpa XFD, I recognize her voice. Pic related, this album was GREAT! I never kept any Denpa album because they are pretty meh, but Momobako's was flawless. Holy shit.
From what I've seen, her previous albums are all shared with another singer, right? That other singer is shit, I hope she'll keep releasing solo stuff.
There was also a guest track in C87's プチリズム。 and it was cool as well.
Here is my favorite one, /a/ helped me to translate the lyrics:
Momobako - "Policeman, quickly! This man is a lolicon!"
Yesterday teacher told me to be careful of suspicious people!
But when I think about it, isn't judging someone by their appearance
Something that you shouldn't do?
Thinking about that kind of thing, in a park for no real reason,
An onii-chan with his smartphone at the ready, "you're a cutie, huh? guhehe no he"
Came at me with a grin
And when I started to play on the swings, "it's more fun if I go like this!"
Onii-chan pushes me from behind.
Could it be!? This! It must be that! This!
Could it be!? This! It must be that! This!
(Pipi--! Illegal use of your hands!)
Report, report, report, report! Policeman, quick!
Report, report, report, report! This man is a lolicon!
Beep beep beep beep beep! Policeman, quick!
Beep beep beep beep beep! This man is a lolicon!
"No! That wasn't my intention...!" Prostrating himself before a little girl,
Onii-chan with tears in his eyes, what a pitiful creature...
Maybe I'll forgive him just this once?
But then, ah, I just noticed!
The screen of onii-chan's smartphone
A pair of loli panties underneath a skirt.....
Could it be!? This! It must be that! This!
Could it be!? This! It must be that! This!
(Pipi--! Illegal use of your smartphone!)
Report, report, report, report! Policeman, quick!
Report, report, report, report! This man is a lolicon!
Beep beep beep beep beep! Policeman, quick!
Beep beep beep beep beep! This man is a lolicon!
>From what I've seen, her previous albums are all shared with another singer, right? That other singer is shit, I hope she'll keep releasing solo stuff.
>That other singer is shit
Holy shit you're talking about Miko? Go fucking kill yourself, the albums they released as a duo are better than her other stuff.
Fucking children who can't handle real denpa...
(≧ω≦)ゞ Jawohl! Jawohl~!!
Not accurate. とろみせ屋さん (Toromiseyasan) is the name of her doujinshi circle. Her music is largely released under this as label as well, but it in no way precludes that her work is authored as とろ美.
I'm talking about the creepy-ass one in pic related (green hair), which is the worst of them all. Not sure what's her name, but she bores me to no end..
Judging from the other Denpa album I've heard:in C87:
nayuta, koko, nanahira
nayu, Hoshina Megumi, pekoru, mameko, Rie Ayase (but she's better singing normally)
Aqua hair. It's not quite cyan yet, but it's past common-knowledge green. Hard to draw the line, we might be biased by contrasting it with the magenta in Momobako.
I've analyzed random picked tones form her hair to make a decision, both green and blue are very present, but blue is around 2,7% more present, so okay, I rectify myself: BLUE hair.
He's probably japanese since they actually can't tell the difference between blue and green. That's why they have 1 word that can mean blue, green, or even black: 青
When they learn other languages and are forced to make a distinction between these 3 colors they basically just make random guesses and use them interchangeably.
Assuming you're not bullshitting us, today I learned that you can force people to become colorblind by just not teaching them the differences between colors.
But more than likely anon just hasn't calibrated his monitor.
That's weird as hell dude. I also read somewhere that the biggest number humans can comprehend without the use of language is 3.
The power of words.
Also I was just shitposting desu.
From an earlier observation >>14705736
He's not Japanese because he uses a decimal comma intead of a decimal point. Ignoring third world countries, he's either European or French-Canadian.
Japanese people can tell the difference between blue and green. Up until the Heian period Japanese used the character 'ao' for blue and green. The use of 'midori' as a shade of blue can be used to distinguish green from the regular blue palette.
I have no problem distinguishing green from blue. It's no different than Westerners calling cyan colors blue.