2/14/13 – “Double Moonlight Romance” Valentine’s Day Special
Luckily, Valentine’s Day fell on a Thursday this year, meaning I was able to do a special Song of the Week for it. This week featured the uber-romantic myu song “Double Moonlight Romance,” which can be explored here: http://www.myucorner.net/sotw_doublemoonlightromance.html. Or listen to it here in both its original and 2004 versions (the 2004 version being a live rip):
2004 “NEW Double Moonlight Romance”
2/21/13 – “Forbidden Hades”
“Forbidden Hades. Time Stop!” How many times have you uttered those immortal words, myu fans? This week features Sailor Pluto’s theme song from Black Lady and Black Lady K, “Forbidden Hades”: http://www.myucorner.net/sotw_forbiddenhades.html. Or listen to Hosaka Yuuko’s wonderful song here:
That’s all for now! Look for another update next week!
Hi there everyone! How’s your January going? Anyway, it’s time for another Song of the Week!
This week’s song is “Arashi no Naka no Zenshousen” from the Kaguya Shima Densetsu and Shin Kaguya Shima Densetsu musicals. It’s an intense but interesting song sung by Loof Merrow and Dark Plasman. You can read the feature on it here: http://www.myucorner.net/sotw_arashi.html. Or go to Reviews, then Song of the Week to find the link there.
You can also listen to the song below. Since there are two versions – the original Kaguya version and the Shin Kaguya version – I have included both. The original version is sung by Ono Hikari (Loof Merrow) and Kashimura Atsushi (Plasman), while the Shin Kaguya version is sung by Aizawa Maki (Loof Merrow) and Hirota Yuuji (Plasman). Enjoy!
So, I’ve decided to plan out the rest of the Song of the Week features ahead of time, using the planner I just bought. I’ll plan out all the ones for the year, or until I run out of songs, whichever happens first. Then I will post them as usual each week (the one for July 18th will probably get posted early though, as I will be on vacation with my family that week).
But I was a little stumped for what song to feature on March 7th. I want to do something Sailor Neptune-related, since March 6th is her birthday. But there are three songs that feature her prominently – “Choubi! Uranus to Neptune,” “Harsh! Saint Cry” and “DESTINED COUPLE.” And I just can’t decide!
So, I’m leaving it up to you, the fans. I’ve created a poll on the Myu Corner Facebook page, here: http://on.fb.me/10DIYuw. Whichever song has the most votes by March 6th, I will feature.
Sorry about there being no Song of the Week last week! It just didn’t work out. But this week I’m back in action, and ON TIME. Hooray!
This week’s song is “Mop Hop Step Jump” from the Yume Senshi Ai Eien Ni musicals. It’s a fun song sung by Usagi with great choreography! You can read the feature on it here: http://www.myucorner.net/sotw_mophopstepjump.html. Or go to Reviews, then Song of the Week to find the link there.
So…definitely planning to “finish” Myu Corner this year, in the sense that all the links will be active. I’m also going to promote the site more and update the sad-looking layout. I’m also going to work on Singing Soldiers, setting it up with a proper fanlisting management script, as well as promoting it and working on the Extra section.
So Happy New Year SeraMyu fans, and look forward to those things…AND the new Sailor Moon anime this summer! Hoping for some new musicals as well, but not pushing my luck.
Hope you all had a Merry Christmas. For this week’s somewhat belated Song of the Week, we have the finale group song of the Black Lady musicals, “Moment Fatal.” Hope that gets you partying and dancing for New Year’s!
You can see the feature over at Myu Corner, here. Or listen to the song right now, right here:
Just wanted to wish you all a very merry Christmas! I have not worked on Myu Corner since posting the Song of the Week, and Singing Soldiers not at all. But I definitely intend to if I have time as the holiday winds down.
My first Song of the Week since the site came back to life. Given that a lot of people are thinking the world is ending tomorrow, I chose the one song that seemed appropriate: Vampir’s song “All of You Shall Die.” Hopefully, none of us will die tomorrow.