For their “E.G.11” album (see links below), E-girls put together an updated disco fantastic to the tune of Village People’s 1978 “Y.M.C.A.”. E-girls play through a set of large dance numbers in some spectacular locations and with even more spectacular choreography. Plotwise (as if it matters), E-girls Central warps its members to Girls High Schools for fun and impressive dances with the young girls of their prospective audience. If I were a young girl in High School in Japan, I would feel pretty empowered and inspired by this kind of example of Japanese pride. Clearly E-girls are a gifted group that allows each girl to play to her strength. Fans of the spectacle of E-girls releases for their intricate set pieces and dance routines will find much to muse over with “Y.M.C.A.”. For my part, I always think of the song as the salty/sweet gay anthem of the 70’s that’s about dispossessed men cruising for boys at the athletic arm of the Christian charity. Well, that was then and this is now, so I can understand if that kind of baggage doesn’t mean much to viewers in 2018. “E.G.11”, the album from E-girls, goes on sale May 23, 2018.
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