History Music / MomoiroCloverZ

20th Apr '17 1:41:07 AM M__M
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3rd Dec '16 4:55:38 AM PhysicalStamina
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* {{Dubstep}}: Believe it or not, yeah; both "BIRTH BIRTH" and "NEO STARGATE" have elements of this, with the latter even throwing some [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drum_and_bass#Subgenres Jump Up Drum 'n' Bass]] in the mix. [[note]]"BIRTH BIRTH" has a random Dubstep break in the middle of the song. The second "drop", as it were, in "NEO STARGATE" is actually Drumstep, which is Drum 'n' Bass with the snare placed on the third beat rather than the second and fourth beats. The name comes from the similarity the drum pattern shares with Dubstep.[[/note]]

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* {{Dubstep}}: Believe it or not, yeah; both "BIRTH BIRTH" and "NEO STARGATE" have elements of this, with the latter even throwing some [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drum_and_bass#Subgenres Jump Up Drum 'n' Bass]] Up]] DrumNBass in the mix. [[note]]"BIRTH BIRTH" has a random Dubstep break in the middle of the song. The second "drop", as it were, in "NEO STARGATE" is actually Drumstep, which is a form of Drum 'n' Bass with commonly referred to as Drumstep, which is which is distinguished by having the snare placed on the third beat rather than the second and fourth beats. The name comes from the similarity the drum pattern shares with Dubstep.[[/note]]
27th Sep '16 10:53:14 PM M__M
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* [[AccidentalAthlete Accidental Idol]]: Their talent management, Stardust, were famous for their actors and actresses. However, before meeting the girls, they never did any business with idol groups before. The girls were never meant to be idols until they performed in the street as a part of their dance lesson. Upon seeing this, the management thought, "Hey, how about we do this for real?". This also factored into Akari's graduation, as she signed with Stardust to pursue acting, and never intended on having an idol career.

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* [[AccidentalAthlete Accidental Idol]]: Their talent management, Stardust, were famous for their actors and actresses. However, before meeting the girls, they never did any business with idol groups before. The girls were never meant to be idols until they performed in the street as a part of their dance lesson. Upon seeing this, the management thought, "Hey, how about we do this for real?". This also factored into Akari's graduation, as she signed with Stardust to pursue acting, and never intended on having an full-time idol career.
27th Sep '16 10:52:45 PM M__M
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* [[AccidentalAthlete Accidental Idol]]: Their talent management, Stardust, were famous for their actors and actresses. However, before meeting the girls, they never did any business with idol groups before. The girls were never meant to be idols until they performed in the street as a part of their dance lesson. Upon seeing this, the management thought, "Hey, how about we do this for real?"

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* [[AccidentalAthlete Accidental Idol]]: Their talent management, Stardust, were famous for their actors and actresses. However, before meeting the girls, they never did any business with idol groups before. The girls were never meant to be idols until they performed in the street as a part of their dance lesson. Upon seeing this, the management thought, "Hey, how about we do this for real?"real?". This also factored into Akari's graduation, as she signed with Stardust to pursue acting, and never intended on having an idol career.
5th Aug '16 7:52:02 PM M__M
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As a result, they've gained attention and gradual popularity because of their uniqueness. Beginning as {{Street Performer}}s in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUbSWT3Thw4 Yoyogi Park]], they finally got a major debut in 2010 after releasing two indie singles. After their sub-leader's departure in April 2011, the group changed its name to Momoiro Clover Z. Now, their singles have topped the Japanese music charts, they've released three albums, and they have performed in various prestigious music venues in Japan such as Nippon Budokan, Yokohama Arena, Saitama Super Arena, Nissan Stadium, National Olympic Stadium and have also done overseas performances in Germany, France and Malaysia. In 2013, a survey showed that the group [[EnsembleDarkhorse currently attracted the highest interest level]] of all the female idol groups in Japan. The group currently holding the banner for Stardust Idols under the name 3Bjunior (named after their agency section for junior talents), consist of their little sister groups: Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku, Team Syachihoko, Minicheer Bears and Takoyaki Rainbow.

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As a result, they've gained attention and gradual popularity because of their uniqueness. Beginning as {{Street Performer}}s in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUbSWT3Thw4 Yoyogi Park]], they finally got a major debut in 2010 after releasing two indie singles. After their sub-leader's departure in April 2011, the group changed its name to Momoiro Clover Z. Now, their singles have topped the Japanese music charts, they've released three albums, and they have performed in various prestigious music venues in Japan such as Nippon Budokan, Yokohama Arena, Saitama Super Arena, Nissan Stadium, National Olympic Stadium and have also done overseas performances in Germany, France and Malaysia. In 2013, a survey showed that the group [[EnsembleDarkhorse currently attracted the highest interest level]] of all the female idol groups in Japan. The group currently holding the banner for Stardust Idols under the name 3Bjunior (named after their agency section for junior talents), consist of their little sister groups: Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku, Team Syachihoko, Minicheer Bears and Takoyaki Rainbow.



* SpiritualSuccessor: The idol groups Shiritsuu Ebitsu Chuugaku and Team Syachihoko are officially regarded as their younger sister groups. It's more obvious with the latter, since they have the whole color code system.
** Takoyaki Rainbow is referred to as "Stardust's Ultimate Weapon" and not an official sister group. Interestingly, just like Momoclo, they also debuted as a six-member color-coded group only to lose a member a couple years in (red in their case).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The idol groups Shiritsuu Ebitsu Chuugaku and Team Syachihoko are officially regarded as their younger sister groups. It's more obvious with the latter, since they have the whole color code system.
system, although Shirtus Ebisu Chuugaku also uses it to a smaller level.
** Takoyaki Rainbow is often considered to be a more direct successor to Momoclo despite being referred to as "Stardust's Ultimate Weapon" secret weapon", due to their similar music styles and not an official sister group. Interestingly, just like Momoclo, they also debuted group history: both groups had several members leave before officially debuting as a six-member color-coded group only to lose group; Just as Momoclo had a significant rebranding and rising success when their blue member a couple years in (red in graduated, Takoyaki Rainbow is slowly seeing their case).rise in fame when their red leader left.
14th Jul '16 7:24:57 AM Berrenta
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* TheMerch: Aside for standard idol merchandises (photos, bromides, photobooks, t-shirts and so on), they're the only Idol Group that saw an [[NoExportForYou exclusive and limited releases]] action figures release by Bandai (yes, that Creator/{{Bandai}}) in Chibi-Arts line back then when they're not so famous.
** [[http://www.tokyohive.com/article/2013/08/momoiro-clover-z-partners-up-with-family-mart-to-create-sub-600-yen-bentos Momoclo's Bento]], enough said.
17th Apr '16 10:28:11 PM M__M
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17th Apr '16 3:14:49 AM M__M
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* {{Fanservice}}: The "Kaitou Shojo" Music video for those with outfit fetishes.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The "Kaitou Shojo" Music video for those with outfit fetishes. Otherwise averted, as Stardust Productions has a modesty clause for their idol acts (no gravure, no bikini shoots, no dyed hair or excessive makeup etc.).
17th Apr '16 3:10:18 AM M__M
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**Takoyaki Rainbow is referred to as "Stardust's Ultimate Weapon" and not an official sister group. Interestingly, just like Momoclo, they also debuted as a six-member color-coded group only to lose a member a couple years in (red in their case).
18th Mar '16 4:14:51 AM WakaLaka
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