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Anime Song Collabo is a large Japanese internet group that started in 2009 to cover various anime songs throughout each year and each season. Though they started off small, only doing instrumental covers, they've grown immensely to include a variety of vocalists, guitarists, bass players, drummers, keyboardists, a lone violinist, and even credits those that do video mixing and audio engineering. A unique aspect about them is that few, if any, members actually perform with each other in person. Instead they take videos of their performances which are then stitched together.

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They currently publish mainly on Nico Nico Douga but have also opened up a YouTube channel. You can visit their NicoNico community page or YouTube channel. Their main website is at http://asc.suppa.jp/

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Tropes Associated with Anime Song Collabo

  • Celebrity Impersonator: Whether or not the singer taiga actually does this (he is a singer for a band), he sounds damn close to T.M.Revolution and Hironobu Kageyama.
  • Fan Disservice: Bassist H.G. Freaks will often cross dress in anime related outfits and if there's a skirt involved (which is almost all the time), expect a deliberate panty shot.
  • Funny Background Event: Depending on who's video you're paying attention to, the others become this. Especially since a good number of the performers do interesting things.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: Currently they credit over 200 people.
  • Secret Identity: Most of the contributors hide themselves by either wearing a face mask, coverings, or adjusting the camera angle so you can't see their faces.
  • Stage Names: Most of the contributors go by their online handles.
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