History Music / HelloProject

22nd Dec '16 1:51:20 PM sailor_otaku0048
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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For S/mileage's musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and cutesy, and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slowed down, much less pop and more soft piano, and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.

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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For S/mileage's musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and cutesy, and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slowed down, much less pop and more accompanied with soft piano, piano and strings, and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.
22nd Dec '16 1:48:32 PM sailor_otaku0048
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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For S/mileage's musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slower and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.

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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For S/mileage's musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and cutesy, and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slower slowed down, much less pop and more soft piano, and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.
22nd Dec '16 1:45:13 PM sailor_otaku0048
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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For the musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slower and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.

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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For the S/mileage's musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slower and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.
22nd Dec '16 1:44:29 PM sailor_otaku0048
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* SofterAndSlowerCover: For the musical "SMILE FANTASY", Wada Ayaka sang a solo rendition of the group's song "Ama no Jaku". The original is very upbeat and considered a {{Tsundere}} song given the lyrics, but in the musical, it's slower and Ayaka's tone and expressions make the meaning of the song much sadder.
27th Oct '16 6:11:37 PM Chocoroll
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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan" and "cha cha SING" (originally a song by thai singer Bird Thongchai [=McIntyre=].)

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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan" and "cha cha SING" (originally a song by thai singer Bird Thongchai [=McIntyre=].)[=McIntyre=]).



*** Kobushi Factory: "Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san no Uta (originally a Sharam Q song which had a slightly different name); "Sakura Night Fever" (originally a song by KAN.)

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*** Kobushi Factory: "Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san no Uta Uta" (originally a Sharam Q song which had a slightly different name); "Sakura Night Fever" (originally a song by KAN.)KAN).


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*** Tsubaki Factory: They've covered Chisato Moritaka's "17sai" and "Watashi ga Obasan ni Natte mo".
27th Oct '16 6:08:17 PM Chocoroll
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* FadeOut: Juice=Juice's "Dream Road ~Kokoro ga Odoridashiteru~" is the first Hello! Project music video to fade out at the end, which took a lot of fans by surprise.
30th May '16 12:30:52 PM Josef5678
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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan" and "cha cha SING" (originally a song by thai singer Bird Thongchai McIntyre.)

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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan" and "cha cha SING" (originally a song by thai singer Bird Thongchai McIntyre.[=McIntyre=].)
14th Apr '16 4:15:10 PM LuckyMomo
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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan".
*** C-ute: "Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu"

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*** Berryz Koubou: "Dschinghis Khan". Yes, ''that'' "Music/DschinghisKhan".
"Music/DschinghisKhan" and "cha cha SING" (originally a song by thai singer Bird Thongchai McIntyre.)
*** C-ute: "Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu"Moushiagemasu"; "Kono Machi".


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*** Kobushi Factory: "Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san no Uta (originally a Sharam Q song which had a slightly different name); "Sakura Night Fever" (originally a song by KAN.)
12th Feb '16 7:37:25 AM WakaLaka
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Hello! Project is an umbrella term to refer to the [[AlwaysFemale female idols]] managed by Up-Front Agency and Tsunku. Major groups in the Project are Morning Musume (the flagship and longest running group), C-ute, ANGERME (formerly S/mileage), Juice=Juice, Country Girls, and Kobushi Factory, with former Morning Musume member Aika Mitsui as its sole current soloist. There are also numerous sub-units and Hello! Pro Kenshuusei (formerly Hello! Pro Egg), a training program for young girls looking to become full-fledged idols under the Project. Each group has their own unique sound and members, with no two songs sounding the same.

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Hello! Project is an umbrella term to refer to the [[AlwaysFemale female idols]] managed by Up-Front Agency and Tsunku. Major groups in the Project are Morning Musume (the flagship and longest running group), C-ute, ANGERME (formerly S/mileage), Juice=Juice, Country Girls, and Kobushi Factory, with former Morning Musume member members Aika Mitsui and Sayashi Riho as its sole current soloist.soloists. There are also numerous sub-units and Hello! Pro Kenshuusei (formerly Hello! Pro Egg), a training program for young girls looking to become full-fledged idols under the Project. Each group has their own unique sound and members, with no two songs sounding the same.
12th Feb '16 7:36:27 AM WakaLaka
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* CoolOldLady: Yuko Nakazawa. Okay, so she's not that old but there is a significant age difference compared to some other former members: for instance, she is about 13 years older than Ai Kago.

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* CoolOldLady: Yuko Nakazawa. Okay, so she's not that old but there is a significant age difference compared to some other former members: for instance, she is about 13 years older than Ai Kago. Even more so 2014-onwards, now that some members of the current lineup were born after Yuko had already graduated. To reiterate, most of the girls in the current lineup are young enough to be Yuko's daughters!
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