History YMMV / Vocaloid

16th Apr '16 1:10:49 PM giygasattack
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** One has to remember that Miku ''did'' bring the collection into the relative mainstream.
5th Mar '16 1:14:00 PM lenne18
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* MisaimedFandom: "[[http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=osLl7gkfUHU Nashimoto-We, Kill Me]]" makes fun of Nashimoto-P's misguided fans. Ironically, it has its own misaimed fandom that takes the song at face value instead of the satire it is.

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* MisaimedFandom: "[[http//www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osLl7gkfUHU Nashimoto-We, Kill Me]]" makes fun of Nashimoto-P's misguided fans. Ironically, it has its own misaimed fandom that takes the song at face value instead of the satire it is.
2nd Mar '16 2:50:55 PM Isaac_Heller
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** Also, Miku and Haku. It was inevitable, really.
2nd Mar '16 6:40:41 AM lenne18
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** Yaoi-wise, it tends to be [[{{Shotacon}} Kaito/Len]] or [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Gakupo/Kaito]] (or just [[OneTrueThreesome Gakupo/Kaito/Len]] altogether). Yuri-wise, it's Miku/Luka, Miku/Rin, and Haku/Neru.

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** Yaoi-wise, it tends to be [[{{Shotacon}} Kaito/Len]] or [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Gakupo/Kaito]] (or just [[OneTrueThreesome Gakupo/Kaito/Len]] altogether). Yuri-wise, it's Miku/Luka, Yukari/IA, Miku/Rin, and Haku/Neru.
2nd Mar '16 6:35:55 AM lenne18
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* HypeBacklash: Whenever a famous producer (cosMo, Akuno-P, ryo/supercell, wowaka, etc.) publishes a new song, there will always be a horde of people hating the song (to counter the huge horde of people who love the song regardless of the quality because of its composer).

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* HypeBacklash: HypeBacklash:
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Whenever a famous producer (cosMo, Akuno-P, ryo/supercell, wowaka, etc.) publishes a new song, there will always be a horde of people hating the song (to counter the huge horde of people who love the song regardless of the quality because of its composer).
2nd Mar '16 6:35:10 AM lenne18
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** Luka V4x. Fans have been clamoring for an update of Luka and Crypton kept pushing the release date. When the voicebank was released, it came with several issues and is difficult to work with.

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** Luka V4x. Fans have been clamoring for an update of Luka and Crypton kept pushing the so when Luka V4x was announced with a release date. date, fans naturally got high hopes. When the voicebank was released, however, it came with several issues and is difficult to work with.with, leading to disappointment.
2nd Mar '16 6:32:11 AM lenne18
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** Luka V4x. Fans have been clamoring for an update of Luka and Crypton kept pushing the release date. When the voicebank was released, it came with several issues and is difficult to work with.
30th Dec '15 2:36:47 AM kirara19
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** Miku became one when somebody had her ''cover a song that was '''already''' a memetic mutation''. Leekspin is normally associated about equally with [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Orihime]] and Miku.

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** Miku became one when somebody had her ''cover a song that was '''already''' a memetic mutation''. Leekspin "Leekspin" is normally associated about equally with [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Orihime]] and Miku.



** "Sonika says...Hiiiiii!"

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** "Sonika says... Hiiiiii!"



** [=LamazeP=] (see EarWorm above) seems determined to accomplish this - keep in mind this is the creator of the meme for "GEDDAN," which reached extreme memetic heights with the help of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwDrP_851BM Teto.]]

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** [=LamazeP=] (see EarWorm above) seems determined to accomplish this - keep in mind this is the creator of the meme for "GEDDAN," which reached extreme memetic heights with the help of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwDrP_851BM Teto.]]
30th Dec '15 2:29:11 AM kirara19
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* EnsembleDarkHorse:
** Kaito. When he was released, he was Crypton's poorest-selling Vocaloid release. Shortly after Miku came along, however, his popularity suddenly skyrocketed. He is still the only largely popular Vocaloid from the Vocaloid1 line. Crypton were smart enough to realize this and thus create [[UpdatedRerelease KaitoV3]].
** Original fan-made derivatives turned semi-official vocaloids Haku Yowane and Neru Akita are also quite popular with fans, to the point that they are often more popular and recognized than some of the ''official'' vocaloids.
** One has to remember that Miku ''did'' bring the collection into the relative mainstream.
30th Dec '15 2:07:22 AM kirara19
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** Many symbolism-heavy songs (like [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMDxKRx10mU "Rolling Girl"]]) are open to a wide array of interpretations.
* AmericansHateTingle: Gachapoid is quite popular among Japanese fans, though he was slow to gain popularity among producers. In America, [[FanonDiscontinuity well...]]
** It goes so bad that most people calls him Gachapoid more than Ryuto, his avatar name, unlike Gackpoid and Megpoid (Gakupo and Gumi respectively).
* {{Anvilicious}}: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkbZhVRytzQ "The New Millenium"]], and ''The Near-Future City''.

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** Many symbolism-heavy songs (like [[https://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMDxKRx10mU "Rolling Girl"]]) Rolling Girl]]") are open to a wide array of interpretations.
* AmericansHateTingle: Gachapoid is quite popular among Japanese fans, though he was slow to gain popularity among producers. In America, [[FanonDiscontinuity well...]]
**
]] It also goes so bad that most people calls him Gachapoid "Gachapoid" more than Ryuto, "Ryuto", his avatar name, unlike Gackpoid and Megpoid (Gakupo and Gumi Gumi, respectively).
* {{Anvilicious}}: [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkbZhVRytzQ The New Millenium]]", and "The New Millenium"]], and ''The Near-Future City''.City".



* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lunu6sE5Q4 Tower]]'' ''[[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm8208347 of Sunz]]'' has one from approximately 3:25 to 4:20.
** Miku fights a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} rip-off in ''Kyoudai Shoujo'' PV in ''Project Diva 2nd''. And then after it's defeated, she fights it again on the Moon. And then they sing together and bow to the audience. [[MindScrew Yeah]].
** The [[FlyingSaucer UFO]] that also appears there however, isn't BLAM because it also appears in ''Updating Your Love List''.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: ''[[http://www.BigLippedAlligatorMoment:
** "[[http://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=_lunu6sE5Q4 Tower]]'' ''[[http://www.Tower]] [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm8208347 of Sunz]]'' Sunz]]" has one from approximately 3:25 to 4:20.
** Miku fights a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' rip-off in ''Kyoudai Shoujo'' the "Kyoudai Shoujo" PV in ''Project Diva 2nd''. And then after After it's defeated, she fights it again on the Moon. And then then, they sing together and bow to the audience. [[MindScrew Yeah]].
** The [[FlyingSaucer UFO]] that also appears there however, isn't BLAM because it also appears in ''Updating Your Love List''.* AwesomeMusic: A lot of the songs. [[AwesomeMusic/{{Vocaloid}} Listed here]].



* CoveredUp: The Gakupo cover of ''Turkish March Owata'' has become so popular that some people [[FanonDiscontinuity refuse to even acknowledge]] the original Miku version of the song - ''[[UpdatedRerelease by the same artist]].'' Which is to say nothing of the fact that a lot of English-speaking fans seem to forget that the reason the words "Turkish March" are in there is because it's a lyrical version of a classical piece by the same name.
** Miku '''again''' becomes a victim of this with "Nyanyanyanya!". The [[Music/{{UTAU}} Momo Momone]] version is far more popular than [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxmMG5fpFkU the Miku original]].
** Miku's version of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbbA9BhCTko Ievan polka]] is more well known than the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4om1rQKPijI original]].
* CrackIsCheaper: Vocaloids don't go cheap, going about 15,000 to 20,000 yen each (about $130-$170), not including the separate editor that needs to be bought with a [=Vocaloid3=] Vocaloid. This tends to unnerve quite a few fans when they want to try the software for themselves and find themselves taken aback by the hefty pricetag.
* {{Crack Pairing}}s: Are technicaly impossible, since the canon changes with each song.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: A lot of the songs. [[AwesomeMusic.{{Vocaloid}} Listed here]].
* DieForOurShip: Rather oddly, ''Miku'' (when paired with Len) gets this all the time from hardcore Rin[=/=]Len shippers who perceive her as a ClingyJealousGirl.
** On Website/YouTube, Miku is often bashed by Meiko/Kaito and Luka/Gakupo fans who dislike the Miku/Kaito or Miku/Gakupo pairings. Probably ties into ItsPopularNowItSucks (see below). The bashing can go the other way, too, towards Meiko or Luka.
** Meiko seems to get a LOT more hate towards her for being 'in the way' of Kaito x Miku, than Miku gets for being 'in the way' of... pretty much every ship. Kaito x Meiko, Rin x Len, Gakupo x Luka or *insert your ship here*.
** Gakupo gets this from [=MikuxLuka=] [[YuriFan fans]], [=LenxKaito=] [[YaoiFangirl fans]], [=RinxLen=] fans (''everyone'' gets some of this from [=RinxLen=] fans) to the point it gets a little annoying.
* EarWorm: ''Dancing Samurai''; ''Go Go Mario''. There's at least one. ''Everywhere''. For ''everyone''. It's just a matter of finding your personal one.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12UdIg_wIGQ Honey]]. As if the original Chinese version wasn't catchy enough.
** Probably explains why [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWiH4evMVPQ this]] song managed to get back in the top ten of the Vocaloid Weekly Rankings, cause there's no way it was just the [[FetishFuel picture]] pulling all the weight. [[NotSafeForWork NSFW]], just in case.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JGaQ3g8WU4 Kandoryoukou FIVE TWO FOUR/Freud? Keloid? Ken o hataite/Zenbu zenbu waracchaou ze/Sassato odore baka tamari...]] The video is also bright-yet-creepy enough to possibly induce Amazing Technicolor Nightmares.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB6-NJKLwJc Repeat]] has been stuck in people's heads ever since [=matt9five=] uploaded it. Don't like Miku? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5Dr6eV2G0I Try Sonika's version.]] Even better yet, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgK99WKkvAY listen to them mixed with the creator singing the final chorus.]] It will be stuck in your head all day after you listen to it.
** By the same creator you can also find [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX-IOU6pkdo Addicted]] by Miku and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob_TwZvfDmY You are mine]] by Luka.
*** Matt9five has deleted his youtube channel and made another one [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CheezItsAreYummy here]].
** Like English songs, eh? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHEK1Oqp1Ck&feature=BF&list=PL8760E0BA61DDE160&index=33&shuffle=11656 Secret]] by Luka. Stuck in my head FOREVER.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KulEbup0f8&feature=BF&list=PL8760E0BA61DDE160&index=5&shuffle=11656 Yamete yaruyo utaite nanka...]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P6RhEeuFZQ Yeah, good luck trying to name them all/sing along.]]
** ''Anything'' by [=LamazeP=]; he lives and breathes off this (Fukkireta, [=PoPiPo=], Triple Baka, I Want to Hug You...)
** Though it's probably not as big an EarWorm as the original [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Electrical Parade]] tune, [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm13175991 this]] won't leave your brain easily.
** Lily's ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0zjlxMM6yY Chloe]]''. Kanashikute, kana-kanashikute...
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtUbnkHYJE0 Take me for a]] [[{{Mondegreen}} rod, rod...]]
* EnsembleDarkHorse: Kaito; When he was released, he was Crypton's poorest-selling Vocaloid release. Shortly after Miku came along, however, his popularity suddenly skyrocketed. He is still the only largely popular Vocaloid from the Vocaloid1 line. Crypton were smart enough to realize this and thus create [[UpdatedRerelease KaitoV3]].
** Original fan-made derivatives turned semi-official vocaloids Haku Yowane and Neru Akita are also quite popular with fans, to the point that they are often more popular and recognized than some of the ''official'' vocaloids.
** One has to remember that Miku ''did'' bring the collection into the relative mainstream.
* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory: Opinions vary ''quite'' a bit on what, if anything, the song ''Rolling Girl'' could be about, with theories ranging from suicide to an abusive relationship. Also, the writer of ''Alice Human Sacrifice'' explicitly subverted the trope- according to him, (roughly translated) "it's a series of events with the Vocaloids, nothing else. Sorry."

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* CoveredUp: CoveredUp:
**
The Gakupo cover of ''Turkish "Turkish March Owata'' Owata" has become so popular that some people [[FanonDiscontinuity refuse to even acknowledge]] the original Miku version of the song - ''[[UpdatedRerelease by the same artist]].'' artist]]''. Which is to say nothing of the fact that a lot of English-speaking fans seem to forget that the reason the words "Turkish March" are in there is because it's a lyrical version of a classical piece by the same name.
** Miku '''again''' becomes a victim of this with "Nyanyanyanya!". The [[Music/{{UTAU}} Momo Momone]] version of "Nyanyanyanya!" is far more popular than [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxmMG5fpFkU the Miku original]].
** Miku's version of [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbbA9BhCTko Ievan polka]] Polka]]" is more well known than the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4om1rQKPijI original]].
* CrackIsCheaper: Vocaloids don't go Vocaloid programs aren't cheap, going about 15,000 to 20,000 yen each (about $130-$170), not including the separate editor that needs to be bought with a [=Vocaloid3=] Vocaloid. This tends to unnerve quite a few fans when they want to try the software for themselves and find themselves taken aback by the hefty pricetag.
* {{Crack Pairing}}s: Are technicaly impossible, since the canon changes with each song.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: A
DieForOurShip:
** Miku gets a
lot of the songs. [[AwesomeMusic.{{Vocaloid}} Listed here]].
* DieForOurShip: Rather oddly, ''Miku'' (when paired with Len) gets this all the time
hate from hardcore Rin[=/=]Len shippers who of different pairings. When she is paired with Len, Rin/Len shippers perceive her as a ClingyJealousGirl.
**
ClingyJealousGirl. On Website/YouTube, Miku she is often bashed by Meiko/Kaito and Luka/Gakupo fans who dislike the Miku/Kaito or Miku/Gakupo pairings. Probably It all probably ties into ItsPopularNowItSucks (see below). The bashing can go the other way, too, towards Meiko or Luka.
below).
** Meiko seems to get a LOT more hate towards her for being 'in "in the way' way" of Kaito x Miku, Kaito/Miku, than Miku gets for being 'in "in the way' way" of... pretty much every ship. Kaito x Meiko, Rin x Len, Gakupo x Luka or *insert your ship here*.
ship, for some reason.
** Gakupo gets this from [=MikuxLuka=] Miku/Luka [[YuriFan fans]], [=LenxKaito=] Len/Kaito [[YaoiFangirl fans]], [=RinxLen=] Rin/Len fans (''everyone'' (apparently, ''everyone'' gets some of this from [=RinxLen=] Rin/Len fans) to the point it gets a little annoying.
* EarWorm: ''Dancing Samurai''; ''Go Go Mario''. There's at least one. ''Everywhere''.one ''everywhere''. For ''everyone''. It's just a matter of finding your personal one.
one. It has its [[EarWorm/{{Vocaloid}} own page]].
* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12UdIg_wIGQ Honey]]. As Opinions vary ''quite'' a bit on what, if anything, the original Chinese version wasn't catchy enough.
** Probably explains why [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWiH4evMVPQ this]]
song managed to get back in the top ten of the Vocaloid Weekly Rankings, cause there's no way it was just the [[FetishFuel picture]] pulling all the weight. [[NotSafeForWork NSFW]], just in case.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JGaQ3g8WU4 Kandoryoukou FIVE TWO FOUR/Freud? Keloid? Ken o hataite/Zenbu zenbu waracchaou ze/Sassato odore baka tamari...]] The video is also bright-yet-creepy enough to possibly induce Amazing Technicolor Nightmares.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB6-NJKLwJc Repeat]] has been stuck in people's heads ever since [=matt9five=] uploaded it. Don't like Miku? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5Dr6eV2G0I Try Sonika's version.]] Even better yet, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgK99WKkvAY listen to them mixed
"Rolling Girl" could be about, with the creator singing the final chorus.]] It will be stuck in your head all day after you listen theories ranging from suicide to it.an abusive relationship.
** By the same creator you can also find [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX-IOU6pkdo Addicted]] by Miku and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob_TwZvfDmY You are mine]] by Luka.
*** Matt9five has deleted his youtube channel and made another one [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CheezItsAreYummy here]].
** Like English songs, eh? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHEK1Oqp1Ck&feature=BF&list=PL8760E0BA61DDE160&index=33&shuffle=11656 Secret]] by Luka. Stuck in my head FOREVER.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KulEbup0f8&feature=BF&list=PL8760E0BA61DDE160&index=5&shuffle=11656 Yamete yaruyo utaite nanka...]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P6RhEeuFZQ Yeah, good luck trying to name them all/sing along.]]
** ''Anything'' by [=LamazeP=]; he lives and breathes off this (Fukkireta, [=PoPiPo=], Triple Baka, I Want to Hug You...)
** Though it's probably not as big an EarWorm as the original [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Electrical Parade]] tune, [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm13175991 this]] won't leave your brain easily.
** Lily's ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0zjlxMM6yY Chloe]]''. Kanashikute, kana-kanashikute...
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtUbnkHYJE0 Take me for a]] [[{{Mondegreen}} rod, rod...]]
* EnsembleDarkHorse: Kaito; When he was released, he was Crypton's poorest-selling Vocaloid release. Shortly after Miku came along, however, his popularity suddenly skyrocketed. He is still the only largely popular Vocaloid from the Vocaloid1 line. Crypton were smart enough to realize this and thus create [[UpdatedRerelease KaitoV3]].
** Original fan-made derivatives turned semi-official vocaloids Haku Yowane and Neru Akita are also quite popular with fans, to the point that they are often more popular and recognized than some of the ''official'' vocaloids.
** One has to remember that Miku ''did'' bring the collection into the relative mainstream.
* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory: Opinions vary ''quite'' a bit on what, if anything, the song ''Rolling Girl'' could be about, with theories ranging from suicide to an abusive relationship. Also, the
The writer of ''Alice "Alice Human Sacrifice'' Sacrifice" explicitly subverted the trope- according to him, (roughly translated) "it's ''"it's a series of events with the Vocaloids, nothing else. Sorry.""''



** Similarly, nobody can figure out "Panda Hero". The most common theory is that it's about a bunch of opium addicts playing baseball. Yes, really.

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** Similarly, nobody can figure out "Panda Hero". The most common theory is that it's about a bunch of opium addicts playing baseball. Yes, really.''really''.



* FandomBerserkButton: Say that Vocaloid is an anime to any Voca-fan and watch the flames rise.
* FandomRivalry: Hatsune Miku vs Anime/SuperSonico, due to their similarities. Also due to ItsPopularNowItSucks issue, former Miku fans began disliking her and began support Sonico instead. Has since died down, due to both characters having collaborations in RealLife.
* {{Fanon}}: Vocaloids might just be the greatest example ever of this trope. Absolutely nothing save for the designs and the voices were determined by WordOfGod. Crypton even backpedaled on their statement that the [[MeaningfulName Kagamines were mirror images]].
** If there is a series of popular songs, the [[WordofGod song creator's word]] will often be ignored by the fans. The Dark Woods Circus series has it particularly bad. Everyone believes Wide Knowledge of the Late Madness is its prequel; despite what the fanmade PV implies, Machigerita-P has said it isn't. Even if the fans are aware that Wide Knowledge isn't part of the series, most will mess up the order of the songs.
** Due to some English Vocaloids not having a full body avatar (exceptions being Sonika and Big Al), the fandom takes it upon themselves to sketch up various designs for the Engloids. Another is fans designing an image for [=VY1=] and [=VY2=], as they are the first Japanese Vocaloids to not have a full body avatar on their boxart, similar to Leon and Lola.
** AH Software might be trying to move away from this with Kiyoteru Hiyama by releasing his official artbook. Still doesn't stop fans from screwing around with his personality (like in ''Delete'').

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* FandomBerserkButton: Say that Vocaloid ''Vocaloid'' is an anime to any Voca-fan and watch the flames rise.
* FandomRivalry: Hatsune Miku vs Anime/SuperSonico, ''Anime/SuperSonico'', due to their similarities. Also due to the rise of Miku's ItsPopularNowItSucks issue, former Miku fans began disliking her and began support supporting Sonico instead. Has However, this has since died down, down due to both characters having collaborations in RealLife.
* {{Fanon}}: Vocaloids might just be the greatest example ever of this trope. Absolutely nothing save for the designs and the voices were determined by WordOfGod. Crypton even ''even'' backpedaled on their statement that the [[MeaningfulName Kagamines were mirror images]].
** If there is a series of popular songs, the [[WordofGod song creator's word]] will often be ignored by the fans. The Dark "Dark Woods Circus Circus" series has it particularly bad. Everyone believes Wide "Wide Knowledge of the Late Madness Madness" is its prequel; despite what the fanmade PV implies, Machigerita-P has said it isn't. Even if the fans are aware that Wide Knowledge "Wide Knowledge" isn't part of the series, most will mess up the order of the songs.
** Due to some English Vocaloids not having a full body avatar (exceptions being Sonika and Big Al), the fandom takes it upon themselves to sketch up various designs for the Engloids. Another A similar situation is displayed when fans designing design an image for [=VY1=] and [=VY2=], as they are the first Japanese Vocaloids to not have a full body avatar on their boxart, similar to Leon and Lola.
** AH Software might be trying to move away from this with Kiyoteru Hiyama by releasing his official artbook. Still However, this doesn't stop fans from screwing around with his personality (like in ''Delete'')."Delete").



* FanonDiscontinuity: An alarmingly large amount of the fandom likes to pretend that any Vocaloid released after Gumi doesn't exist.
** Though this seems to be mellowing out a bit, especially after [=SeeU=] and [=IA=] were released.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: An alarmingly large amount of the fandom likes to pretend that any Vocaloid released after Gumi doesn't exist. \n** Though this seems to be mellowing out a bit, especially after [=SeeU=] and [=IA=] were released.



** Kaito x Miku or Kaito x Meiko. Kaito x Miku WAS the only Fan Preferred Couple back in 2007, but now Kaito x Meiko is as, or maybe even more, popular as Kaito x Miku. Also, Gakupo x Luka, and [[{{Twincest}} Len]] x [[ScrewYourself Rin]]. Again, Vocaloids can be paired in any way you want, but these seem to be the most popular.
** Yaoi-wise, it tends to be [[{{Shotacon}} Kaito/Len]] or [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Gakupo/Kaito]] (or just [[OneTrueThreesome Gakupo/Kaito/Len]] altogether). Yuri-wise it's Miku/Luka (and sometimes Miku/Rin) and Haku/Neru.

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** Kaito x Miku Kaito/Miku or Kaito x Meiko. Kaito x Miku Kaito/Meiko. Kaito/Miku WAS the only Fan Preferred Couple fan favorite couple back in 2007, but now Kaito x Meiko is as, or maybe even more, Kaito/Meiko has been getting more popular as Kaito x Miku. Also, Gakupo x Luka, than Kaito/Miku. For other straight favorite couples, there's also Gakupo/Luka, and [[{{Twincest}} Len]] x [[ScrewYourself Rin]]. Again, Vocaloids can be paired in any way you want, but these seem to be the most popular.
Len]][=/=][[ScrewYourself Rin]].
** Yaoi-wise, it tends to be [[{{Shotacon}} Kaito/Len]] or [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Gakupo/Kaito]] (or just [[OneTrueThreesome Gakupo/Kaito/Len]] altogether). Yuri-wise Yuri-wise, it's Miku/Luka (and sometimes Miku/Rin) Miku/Luka, Miku/Rin, and Haku/Neru.



* FetishRetardant: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6M2ppKwuZY Nehanshika]]'' features AbsoluteCleavage bearing Miku and [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]] Gakupo. [[EyeScream Not nearly]] [[MindScrew as hot]] [[HumanoidAbomination as it sounds]].
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: If you see Luo Tianyi, Yan He or [=SeeU=] doing a cover of "Sebonzakura", it's likely to have one. The song was actually removed from the Korean release of ''[[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Mirai DX]]'' specifically to avoid this.
* GeniusBonus: Some songs can have intelligent references, like "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9aC1W4q2Go Matematigirl]]", when Gumi sings "Love is the last theorem of humanity", the blackboard shows [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P_versus_NP_problem N=NP=Love]].
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: [=SeeU=], despite being designed by a Korean manhwa artist, the Japanese vocaloid fanbase, even those in 2ch who are infamous for their xenophobia towards Koreans, actually praised the character design heavily.
** If YouTube is of any indication, people in Spanish speaking countries (like Mexico and South America) ''really'' love Vocaloids. There are quite a lot of Spanish fandubs for Vocaloid songs on YouTube, possibly even more so than English ones.
** Yohioloid was widely disliked in the western fandom and was considered a failure by Power-FX due to low sales, but he has a small but dedicated fanbase in Japan. His Japanese voicebank certainly helped. Big-Al also got more use for originals in Japan than in the western fandom, even making it onto the Vocaran on several occasions. Oliver is extremely popular in the Japanese Vocaloid fandom and has made it onto the Vocaran several times, but he is just as loved in the western fanbase.
* HilariousInHindsight: It's not exactly uncommon for various bits of technology seen in ''Star Trek'' to eventually see real-life equivalents produced, but the episode "Virtuoso" of Series/StarTrekVoyager actually saw an alien race create a singing computer program that can go beyond the typical human vocal range, many years before Vocaloid existed. Oh, and it's represented by a humanoid hologram. Even Vocaloid was predicted by ''Trek''.
** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking.
* HoYay[=/=]LesYay: Meiko's flashbacks in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTdce6ix_go Paradise of Light and Shadow]], which may or may not be sisterly love.
** Although most Vocaloid songs are straight GirlsLove or BoysLove when this is concerned, ''World's End Dance Hall'' is rife with ambiguity. Depending on the PV, what Miku and Luka have going on is FoeYay, RomanticTwoGirlFriendship, RescueRomance, a SuicidePact, UnresolvedSexualTension... the only thing missing so far is a PV that actually has an explicit romantic relationship.
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Haku and Neru's]] appearances tend to run on LesYay. ''Dark Woods Circus'' for example.
** Project Diva's opening songs are fond of playing this up between Rin and Miku, often bordering on a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship. In one, they look as though they're about to kiss when it's suddenly revealed that they were just acting and Luka was the one making them do it, while in another they're in a SleepCute position on a train before Len wakes them up.

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* FetishRetardant: ''[[http://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6M2ppKwuZY Nehanshika]]'' "Nehanshika"]] features AbsoluteCleavage bearing Miku and [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]] Gakupo. [[EyeScream Not nearly]] [[MindScrew as hot]] [[HumanoidAbomination as it sounds]].
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: If you see Luo Tianyi, Yan He or [=SeeU=] doing a cover of "Sebonzakura", it's likely to have one. "Senbonzakura" if you see it in [[UsefulNotes/FirstSinoJapaneseWar a]] [[UsefulNotes/SecondSinoJapaneseWar Chinese]] and [[UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan Korean]] perspective. The song was actually removed from the Korean release of ''[[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Mirai DX]]'' specifically to avoid this.
* GeniusBonus: Some songs can have intelligent references, like "[[https://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9aC1W4q2Go Matematigirl]]", when Gumi sings "Love "''Love is the last theorem of humanity", humanity''", the blackboard shows [[http://en."[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P_versus_NP_problem N=NP=Love]].
N=NP=Love]]".
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff:
**
[=SeeU=], despite being designed by a Korean manhwa artist, the Japanese vocaloid Vocaloid fanbase, even those in 2ch who are infamous for their xenophobia towards Koreans, actually praised the character design heavily.
** If YouTube Website/YouTube is of any indication, people in from Spanish speaking countries (like Mexico and South America) ''really'' love Vocaloids. There are quite a lot of Spanish fandubs for Vocaloid songs on YouTube, [=YouTube=], possibly even more so than English ones.
** Yohioloid was widely disliked in the western fandom and was considered a failure by Power-FX due to its low sales, but he has a small but dedicated fanbase in Japan. His Japanese voicebank certainly helped. Big-Al also got more use for originals in Japan than in the western fandom, even making it onto the Vocaran on several occasions. Oliver is extremely popular in the Japanese Vocaloid fandom and has made it onto the Vocaran several times, but he is just as loved in the western fanbase.
* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
**
It's not exactly uncommon for various bits of technology seen in ''Star Trek'' ''Franchise/StarTrek'' to eventually see real-life equivalents produced, but the episode "Virtuoso" of Series/StarTrekVoyager from ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' actually saw an alien race create a singing computer program that can go beyond the typical human vocal range, many years before Vocaloid existed. Oh, and it's represented by a humanoid hologram. Even Vocaloid was predicted by ''Trek''.
** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[https://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking.
* HoYay[=/=]LesYay: HoYay[=/=]LesYay:
**
Meiko's flashbacks in [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTdce6ix_go Paradise of Light and Shadow]], Shadow]]", which may or may not be sisterly love.
** Although most Vocaloid songs are straight GirlsLove or BoysLove when this is concerned, ''World's "World's End Dance Hall'' Hall" is rife with ambiguity. Depending on the PV, PV version you will see, what Miku and Luka have been going on is either FoeYay, RomanticTwoGirlFriendship, RescueRomance, a SuicidePact, or even UnresolvedSexualTension... the only thing missing so far is a PV that actually has an explicit romantic relationship.
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Haku and Neru's]] appearances tend to run on LesYay. ''Dark "Dark Woods Circus'' Circus" for example.
** Project Diva's ''Project Diva''[='=]s opening songs are fond of playing this up between Rin and Miku, often bordering on a RomanticTwoGirlFriendship. In one, they look as though they're about to kiss when it's suddenly revealed that they were just acting and Luka was the one making them do it, while in another one, they're in a SleepCute position on a train before Len wakes them up.



* IdiosyncraticShipNaming: Banana Split for [=KAITOxLen=], and [=LenxNeru=] can be referred to as Banana Phone.
** And the less common but still popular in it's own right [=LenxTeto=] gets "Banana Bread".
*** So, would that mean that [=TeixLen=] would be "The [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Dangerous Banana]]?
** [=MikuxLuka=]'s common shipname is Negitoro.

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* IdiosyncraticShipNaming: Banana Split IdiosyncraticShipNaming:
** "Banana Split"
for [=KAITOxLen=], Kaito/Len, and [=LenxNeru=] Len/Neru can be referred to as Banana Phone.
"Banana Phone".
** And the less common but still popular in it's own right [=LenxTeto=] Len/Teto gets "Banana Bread".
*** So, would that mean that [=TeixLen=] would be "The [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Dangerous Banana]]?
** [=MikuxLuka=]'s Miku/Luka's common shipname is Negitoro."Negitoro".



* ItsPopularNowItSucks: Some Vocaloid fans dislike Miku simply because she's the most popular.
** Many Vocaloid-related things seem to unfortunately be falling into the eligibility of this trope.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The first version of Rin and Len is no longer sold; their [=ACT2=] version, which many producers consider inferior, is sold as the standard Rin/Len issue. In order to get the first Rin/Len release, you need to find a seller of the original version, which is near impossible, or (god forbid) pirate.

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* ItsPopularNowItSucks: Some Vocaloid fans dislike Miku simply because she's the most popular.
**
Many Vocaloid-related things seem to unfortunately be falling fall into the eligibility eligitibity of this trope.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The first version of Rin and Len is no longer sold; their [=ACT2=] version, which many producers consider inferior, is sold as ** Especially ''Hatsune Miku''. Some Vocaloid fans dislike her simply because she's the standard Rin/Len issue. In order most popular of them all.
* LauncherOfAThousandShips: Everyone can be shipped with ''everyone'', no exceptions. This is also mostly due
to get the first Rin/Len release, you need to find a seller of the original version, which is near impossible, or (god forbid) pirate.canon that each produced song establishes.



** Miku became one when somebody had her ''cover a song that was '''already''' a memetic mutation''. Leekspin is now associated about equally with [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Orihime]] and Miku.

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** Miku became one when somebody had her ''cover a song that was '''already''' a memetic mutation''. Leekspin is now normally associated about equally with [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Orihime]] and Miku.



** 'Vocaloid anime when?' is a common cry by fans, considering that some Vocaloid songs are adapted [[Main/KagerouProject into anime]]. Becomes even more memetic when other less-popular musical mascots like Anime/SuperSonico and Miss Monochrome had anime adaptations.

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** 'Vocaloid "Vocaloid anime when?' when?" is a common cry by fans, considering that some Vocaloid songs are adapted [[Main/KagerouProject [[Franchise/KagerouProject into anime]]. Becomes even more memetic when other less-popular musical mascots like Anime/SuperSonico and Miss Monochrome had anime adaptations.



* MisaimedFandom: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osLl7gkfUHU Nashimoto-We, Kill Me]] makes fun of Nashimoto-P's misguided fans. Ironically, it has its own misaimed fandom that takes the song at face value instead of the satire it is.

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* MisaimedFandom: [[https://www."[[http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=osLl7gkfUHU Nashimoto-We, Kill Me]] Me]]" makes fun of Nashimoto-P's misguided fans. Ironically, it has its own misaimed fandom that takes the song at face value instead of the satire it is.



* MostAnnoyingSound - The whole premise of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeNfa3f5ePQ My boyfriend's wallet appeared to be velcro-fastened]]. Well, that and CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* MostAnnoyingSound - MostAnnoyingSound:
**
The whole premise of [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeNfa3f5ePQ My boyfriend's wallet appeared to be velcro-fastened]].velcro-fastened]]". Well, that and CrowningMomentOfFunny.



* {{Narm}}: Given the dramatic or sentimental nature of many songs, a few are bound to fall into this. An example is "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbOvl4sgFSU Taking Shelter from the Rain]]," where Gumi's love interest [[spoiler: [[DiabolusExMachina gets killed by falling rocks]]]] [[DiabolusExMachina right when she's about to confess to him]].
* NauseaFuel: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6elFMyYYiWA I'm Sorry, I'm Sorry]]''. The lyrics are extremely graphic.

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* {{Narm}}: Given the dramatic or sentimental nature of many songs, a few are bound to fall into this. An example is "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbOvl4sgFSU Taking Shelter from the Rain]]," Rain]]", where Gumi's love interest [[spoiler: [[DiabolusExMachina gets killed by falling rocks]]]] [[DiabolusExMachina right when she's about to confess to him]].
him.
* NauseaFuel: ''[[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6elFMyYYiWA I'm Sorry, I'm Sorry]]''.Sorry]]". The lyrics are extremely graphic.



* NightmareRetardant: Scared by "Alice Human Sacrifice"? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0v4M5uisNg&feature=related Don't worry.]]

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* NightmareRetardant: NightmareRetardant:
**
Scared by "Alice Human Sacrifice"? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0v4M5uisNg&feature=related Don't worry.]]



** Many yandere songs involve women stalking and/or killing men that they don't know that well, if at all. For example, Luka's "Tailor Shop on Enbizaka" is about a tailor who [[spoiler:kills three women because she thinks her "lover" is cheating on her with them, but they're actually his family and he doesn't even ''know'' the tailor]]. This can make you feel paranoid about the girls you meet...
* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: When Gumi's design was first released, fans everywhere [[InternetBackdraft bashed it all to hell]]. Things got somewhat better after being released, but Gumi was still easily overshadowed by the other Vocaloids. Cue ''Coward Mont Blanc'' which ended up boosting her popularity so much, she practically replaced Luka as Miku's rival. Nowadays, Gumi frequently appears every week on the Weekly Rankings and is often considered the last Vocaloid to be released before FanonDiscontinuity by most fans.
* RonTheDeathEater: Any Vocaloid other than a Kagamine paired with either of the Kagamine twins. Usually from the particularly [[DieForOurShip vehement]] {{Twincest}} supporters.
** Meiko and Miku get this from either side of the ShipToShipCombat, and Gakupo occasionally gets this from [=MikuxLuka=] [[YuriFan fans.]]
** Hell, even in non Miku/Luka fanfics, Gakupo is always typecast as the villain.
* ShipToShipCombat: Where the hell to start? There's the Len X Rin {{Twincest}} pairing, whose most supporters abhor either of them being paired with anyone else, in which the feeling is mutual, and then there's the yaoi pairings which garner the most overall hate from the Vocaloid community, especially the Len X Rin shippers. [[FanWank Good god.]]
** Worst part is that they should know that in the end, none of these are canon and never will be, making all the fighting pretty much pointless.
** Funnily, there's a small skirmish between Meiko/Kaito versus Miku/Kaito. The skirmish aren't that fierce and rarely present, unlike DieForOurShip-things like [[TwinCest Rin]]/[[ScrewYourself Len]] vs [[LauncherOfAThousandShips one of them/whatever]], mostly appear as IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy.

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** Many yandere {{yandere}} songs involve women stalking and/or killing men that they don't know that well, if at all. For example, Luka's "Tailor Shop on Enbizaka" is about a tailor who [[spoiler:kills three women because she thinks her "lover" is cheating on her with them, but they're actually his family and he doesn't even ''know'' the tailor]]. This can make you feel paranoid about the girls you meet...
* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: When Gumi's design was first released, fans everywhere [[InternetBackdraft bashed it all to hell]]. Things got somewhat better after being released, but Gumi was still easily overshadowed by the other Vocaloids. Cue ''Coward "Coward Mont Blanc'' Blanc" which ended up boosting her popularity so much, she practically replaced Luka as Miku's rival. Nowadays, Gumi frequently appears every week on the Weekly Rankings and is often considered the last Vocaloid to be released before FanonDiscontinuity by most fans.
* RonTheDeathEater: RonTheDeathEater:
**
Any Vocaloid other than a Kagamine paired with either of the Kagamine twins. Usually from the particularly [[DieForOurShip vehement]] {{Twincest}} supporters.
** Meiko and Miku get this from either side of the ShipToShipCombat, and Gakupo occasionally gets this from [=MikuxLuka=] Miku/Luka [[YuriFan fans.]]
fans]].
** Hell, even in non Miku/Luka fanfics, Gakupo is always ''always'' typecast as the villain.
* ShipToShipCombat: Where the hell to do we start? This is present everywhere with every single ship, being a [[FanPreferredCouple fan favorite]] or not. The worse part of all this is that, in the end, none of these are canon and never will be, making all the fighting pretty much pointless.
**
There's the Len X Rin {{Twincest}} the [[{{Twincest}} Len/Rin]] pairing, whose most supporters abhor either of them being paired with anyone else, in which the feeling is mutual, and then there's the yaoi pairings which garner the most overall hate from the Vocaloid community, especially the Len X Rin shippers. [[FanWank Good god.]]
** Worst part is that they should know that in the end, none of these are canon and never will be, making all the fighting pretty much pointless.
Len/Rin shippers.
** Funnily, there's a small skirmish between Meiko/Kaito versus Miku/Kaito. The skirmish aren't that fierce and rarely present, unlike DieForOurShip-things like [[TwinCest Rin]]/[[ScrewYourself Len]] Rin/Len vs [[LauncherOfAThousandShips one of them/whatever]], mostly appear as IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy.



** Actually, people currently seem to be [[{{OT3}} taking a third option]]...
* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: Let's be honest, who's actually more fond of "Benzene" and "Nitrobenzene" than "Paradichlorobenzene" and "Anti-Chlorobenzene"?
** [[AdaptationDisplacement Some weren't even aware of those songs prior to Paradichlorobenzene to begin with.]]
* TearJerker: [[TearJerker/{{Vocaloid}} Has a page.]]
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Sonika's make-over in 2009 and Miku Append in 2010. Fandom reaction was a mix of positive and negative.
** This is surprisingly averted with Rin and Len's appends, as most of the fandom tends to love them.
** Overlaps into MemeticMutation with Kaito, whose covers of other songs typically have the lyrics changed to reflect... ice cream. In particular, songs once written to describe romantic love (SPICE!, Love is War, Melt...) are redone to reflect Kaito's equivalent love for "aisu"; taken to an extreme with a version of "For the Longest Time" with all the lyrics replaced by Engrish-y ice cream flavors.
** And now a new contender, Big Al and Sweet Ann's Taiwanese designs. Though fans seem a bit divided on Sweet Ann's.
** [[http://vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?showtopic=17499?s=74e135fc6039fa12beba2480c87be961 Ring Suzune and Lui Hibiki.]] Not very many people like their redesigns. There is also very little ''new design'' Ring fanart to speak of, and most chose to draw her as Ringu Suzunone instead. On Japanese [[http://2chradio.com/jidou/dat/news1306669549.html message boards]], they too question why the original design could not applied to the revision. For example, a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Vocaloid_RingasRingu_5112.jpg Japanese anon recolored Ring as Ringu]].

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** Actually, There's also people currently who seem to be [[{{OT3}} taking a third option]]...
* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: Let's be honest, who's actually more fond of "Benzene" and "Nitrobenzene" than "Paradichlorobenzene" and "Anti-Chlorobenzene"?
** [[AdaptationDisplacement
"Anti-Chlorobenzene"?[[note]][[AdaptationDisplacement Some weren't even aware of those songs songs]] prior to Paradichlorobenzene "Paradichlorobenzene" to begin with.]]
[[/note]]
* TearJerker: [[TearJerker/{{Vocaloid}} Has a page.]]
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks:
TheyChangedItNowItSucks:
**
Sonika's make-over in 2009 and Miku Append in 2010. Fandom reaction was a mix of positive and negative.
** This is surprisingly Surprisingly averted with Rin and Len's appends, as most of the fandom tends to love them.
** Overlaps into MemeticMutation with Kaito, whose covers of other songs typically have the lyrics changed to reflect... ice cream. In particular, songs once written to describe romantic love (SPICE!, Love ("SPICE!", "Love is War, Melt...War", "Melt"...) are redone to reflect Kaito's equivalent love for "aisu"; taken to an extreme with a version of "For the Longest Time" with all the lyrics replaced by Engrish-y ice cream flavors.
** And now a new contender, Big Al and Sweet Ann's Taiwanese designs. Though fans Fans seem a bit divided on Sweet Ann's.
** [[http://vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?showtopic=17499?s=74e135fc6039fa12beba2480c87be961 Ring Suzune and Lui Hibiki.]] Hibiki]]. Not very many people like liked their redesigns. There is also very little ''new design'' Ring fanart to speak of, and most chose to draw her as Ringu Suzunone instead. On Japanese [[http://2chradio.com/jidou/dat/news1306669549.html message boards]], they too question why the original design could not applied to the revision. For example, a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Vocaloid_RingasRingu_5112.jpg Japanese anon recolored Ring as Ringu]].



* TastesLikeDiabetes: Some artists like doing this with songs and art, but notable ones are ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvWjKDwlb9g I want to eat a tuna]]'' and ''Koi Suru Voc@loid''.

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* TastesLikeDiabetes: Some artists like doing this with songs and art, but art.
** Some
notable ones songs and art MV are ''[[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvWjKDwlb9g I want to eat a tuna]]'' tuna]]" and ''Koi "Koi Suru Voc@loid''.Voc@loid".



** Takoluka in general. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R0i7BKi-p4 Tako Luka * Tuna Fever]] will have you wanting to cuddle that tentacle-haired WaddlingHead by the end of it. Or have you developing an appetite for tuna.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TT-8N3bEdNY The Project DIVA PV of "Double Lariat"]] starts off as simply Luka [-IN SPACE!-]...then Takoluka pops in and flies gleefully around the stage.
** Just about any song made by daniwell-P. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCkKIallVLs Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!]], anyone?
** This video of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFGs__bPPdc Aoki Lapis seemingly jumping out of a Laptop PC and into the real world and then singing and dancing on the Laptop's keyboard]]. If her [[{{Moe}} cute looks]] and [[FunSize small size]] aren't enough to make you want to cuddle the little fairy, her voice will most certainly do.
** Her cover of ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81U2cjMqM20 Candy Candy]]'' is a good candidate for this as well.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Synchronicity never addresses anything about Kaito. Why does he have magic? Why is his eye always covered? How did he end up with Len? Even the ''[[AllThereInTheManual novel]]'' doesn't elaborate who the hell he is. Ruko also counts, considering that they're strong enough to fight Meiko and [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse is never seen after them. introductory scene]].
** The same artist's Mirror of Magic/Magic Mirror series also has this with Gakupo, who gives Len the mirror. Why does he have it? What does he know about the magic? Why did he give it to Len? None of this is ever explained.
** Karakuri Burst also has Kaito and Miku. Both of them are EvilMentor/TheManBehindTheMan to Len and Rin and implied to be part of [[EyeScream whatever created them]]. Both seem to know something. Neither of them ever gets any elaboration.

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** Takoluka in general. [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R0i7BKi-p4 Tako Luka * Tuna Fever]] Fever]]" will have you wanting to cuddle that tentacle-haired WaddlingHead by the end of it. Or have you developing an appetite for tuna.
** [[https://www.** The Project DIVA PV of "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TT-8N3bEdNY The Project DIVA PV of "Double Lariat"]] Double Lariat]]" starts off as simply Luka [-IN SPACE!-]...then Takoluka pops in and flies gleefully around the stage.
** Just about any song made by daniwell-P. [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCkKIallVLs Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!]], Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!]]", anyone?
** This video of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFGs__bPPdc This video]] of Aoki Lapis seemingly jumping out of a Laptop PC and into the real world and then singing and dancing on the Laptop's keyboard]].keyboard. If her [[{{Moe}} cute looks]] and [[FunSize small size]] aren't enough to make you want to cuddle the little fairy, her voice will most certainly do.
** Her cover of ''[[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81U2cjMqM20 Candy Candy]]'' Candy]]" is a good candidate for this as well.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Synchronicity TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter:
** "Synchronicity"
never addresses anything about Kaito. Why does he have magic? Why is his eye always covered? How did he end up with Len? Even the ''[[AllThereInTheManual novel]]'' doesn't elaborate who the hell he is. Ruko also counts, considering that they're strong enough to fight Meiko and [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse is never seen after them. their introductory scene]].
** The same artist's Mirror From "Synchronicity"'s artist, there's "Mirror of Magic/Magic Mirror Mirror" series also has this with Gakupo, who gives Len the mirror. Why does he have it? What does he know about the magic? Why did he give it to Len? None of this is ever explained.
** Karakuri Burst "Karakuri Burst" also has Kaito and Miku. Both of them are EvilMentor/TheManBehindTheMan to Len and Rin and implied to be part of [[EyeScream whatever created them]]. Both seem to know something. Neither of them ever gets any elaboration.



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmMKMn9jL3o&feature=related Trick and Treat]]. Considering the tone of the song, arguably [[TropesAreNotBad Uncanny Valley WORKS]] for it.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur0LzTZmtQg A 13-Year-Old Killer]] intentionally uses this.
** Hiyama Kiyoteru's scream at the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY8R9Bpg69Y Guilty Verse]] sounds realistic enough to be extremely creepy.
** And now Miku's MetalScream in the Pandora Mix of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTLjxjI1DeE Love is War]]. Which especially hits you when at first her singing sounds kind of like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPFAgc3CnsA Gachapoid's]].

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** [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmMKMn9jL3o&feature=related Trick and Treat]].Treat]]". Considering the tone of the song, arguably [[TropesAreNotBad Uncanny Valley WORKS]] for it.
** [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur0LzTZmtQg A 13-Year-Old Killer]] Killer]]" intentionally uses this.
** Hiyama Kiyoteru's scream at the end of [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY8R9Bpg69Y Guilty Verse]] Verse]]" sounds realistic enough to be extremely creepy.
** And now Miku's MetalScream in the Pandora Mix of [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTLjxjI1DeE Love is War]].War]]". Which especially hits you when at first her singing sounds kind of like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPFAgc3CnsA Gachapoid's]].



** Gumi has been slipping into this lately, [[LoveHurts considering what a good chunk of her songs have been about.]]
*** Actually, she has had a tendency to sing songs that make her out to be this ever since her first hit "Coward Mont Blanc"; there's also a tendency to give her or invoke significant psychological problems (such as in "[[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind Mozaic Role]]", "[[SplitPersonality Ten Faced]]", and [[MindScrew possibly]] "Matryoshka".)

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** Gumi has been slipping into this lately, [[LoveHurts considering what a good chunk of her songs have been about.]]
*** Actually,
can be seen as one, she has had a tendency to sing songs that make her out to be this ever since her first hit "Coward Mont Blanc"; there's also a tendency to give her or invoke significant psychological problems (such as in "[[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind Mozaic Role]]", "[[SplitPersonality Ten Faced]]", and [[MindScrew possibly]] "Matryoshka".)
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