Mizuki Nana 22th single “Silent Bible”
01/17 update 2: Silent Bible streamed on Smile Gang! GO GO GO GO. (aka I am too lazy to rip it and put it here. Go check YT if you don’t have a nico account or something)
We also find out from SmaGang that Mori Haruki is only 21? Holy crap. Silent Bible is actually his first demo tape! And Nana-san finished writing the lyrics in three hours… what’s with all these BEASTS?!
01/17 update: info on other tracks are released. Thank god there’s no more Elega <_>.
Jacket released last night.
This kind of looks like those cool ambient wallpapers those photoshop pros make lol.
But the battle has been lost before it even begun:
KAT-TUNニューシングル 2/10 on sale！
2/10 in store！
KAT-TUN new single 2/10 on sale!
Love yourself ~Kimi ga kirai na kimi ga suki~ (3 versions)
2/10 in store!
Whelp. I guess we can at least hope for #2. Already preordered mine last month, those who wanna should do so before the first press runs out (link to CDJapan below). PHANTOM MINDS’ first press actually ran out pretty damn fast in comparison to something like Mugen, which I think only ran out within the last few days. Nanoha tie-up power is strong.
Release date: February 10, 2010
Label: King Records
Catalog No.: KICM-1301
Price: ￥1,300 (tax included)
1. Silent Bible
PSP version “Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A’s PORTABLE -THE BATTLE OF ACES-” opening
Lyrics: Mizuki Nana / Composition: Mori Haruki (Elements Garden) / Arrangement: Kikuta Daisuke (Elements Garden)
Lyrics: Moriguchi Yumi & Furuya Shin / Composition: Moriguchi Yumi / Arrangement: Suyama Jun
Nintendo DS “Mugen no Frontier EXCEED Super Robot Taisen OG Saga” OP theme
Lyrics: Hibiki / Composition: Agematsu Noriyasu (Elements Garden) / Arrangement: Nakayama Masato (Elements Garden)
Lyrics: Fujibayashi Shouko / Composition & Arrangement: Saitou Shinya
Lol well this release is completely backed by Elega. UNCHAIN∞WORLD is Agematsu’s usual style (which has been appearing a biiiit too frequently recently.. ?), but Silent Bible’s Mori Haruki is Elega’s newest member that joined in 2009.
Hoping that the two other songs will be less Elega-centered… their compositions are good but too much of the same style is just kind of meh.