Since it replaces the usual morning track as Yuuichi wakes up, it indicates a change in attitude, one of simultaneous hopelessness and yearning instead of the daily grind of a spoiled child. It represents, to me, the general tone of Kanon; an uneasiness in waking up to an unfamiliar, cruel world, but somewhere out there is a kernel of hope that motivates us, carries us out of bed every day to face the cruelty of reality. I love it as much as nearly everyone else does. On its own merits, it feels like the kind of song you can close your eyes to and imagine the stars shining through them, your heart warming as they twinkle.
I think a round of applause is in order. Each episode takes one food, or a few foods from a certain region. It sucks that so many of them are in very early stages, sometimes only 3 or 4 chapters are out.
I mentioned aaaages ago that I was learning Korean on and off with Talk to me in Korean. I got bored around level 2 and stopped doing it.
I think the next one 62nd was the last one I saw before I quit watching Kohaku. They called out Ishikawa Ryo to introduce the program. Whatever happened to him? Googly googly… Hmm, he was doing okay up tonothing remarkable since. Introduction of all the performers and then plenty of talking.
The two mascots are Kohaku Utagassen mascots, U and Ta. If they really wanted mascots to sell merchandise they should have made them a lot cuter. The song was a bit boring at first, but it sort of grew on me by the end.
I knew the song already before they heard it. It was a fun performance, actually, and they seem to have added two more people to their frontline?
Never seen those two before but they got a chance to lipsync too so they must be major. On the plus side this is the first AKB48 batch so I actually know a few of their names.
Hope they enjoyed their 15 minutes of fame while it lasted. They must have worked really hard to pull of the choreography well, and the slight perfections are all part of the charm. Introduction of the guest judges. A few years ago.
I even forgot what they sang already. Was this whole emotional meet-and-greet with middle schoolers necessary?
So in that sense it was good. Three of the members have been buddies since nursery school. I saw the staff member collecting the mic! The song is forgettable.Looking for information on the anime Rewrite? Find out more with MyAnimeList, the world's most active online anime and manga community and database.
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Mar 17, · This topic is geared more towards BGMs used in games and anime and are included in the soundtracks. We have a separate topic for openings and endings, too!
List your favorite tracks from Key's OSTs. “Nirinsou” was the 1st and foremost choice. I mean, I can listen to this melody all of eternity and never get tired of it. Nirinsou (From Rewrite) Hyori Ittai (From Hunter X Hunter) Aoryn Piano Cover Collection, Vol.
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