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Third Gen NSK RS Member: Mage77

Hello I’m Mage77. You may remember me from such community articles as “The Truth Is Beautiful; But So Are Lies” and “Streamlined Fandom”. Third generation NSK research student reporting for duty! Cliche ice breakers aside, I guess I better formally introduce myself to all of you seeing as you’ll be …

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NSK070 – Baby, Baby, AKB Baby

Recorded November  4th, 2011. This week on NSK we get caught up with AKB49 Manga, talk about the appeal of Momoiro Clover, and news of the AKB Baby. OPENING: Max! Otome Kokoro – Super Girls ENDING: [download] Twitter Links Read more for Show Notes & Images

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‘Sayonara, Arigatou’: TGS Gets Nostalgic

There was initial confusion to whether or not Tokyo Girls’ Style’s ‘Kodou no Himitsu‘ was going to be released as a single or an album-exclusive song, but it’s been revealed to be put out in a double-A side release: ‘Kodou no Himitsu’ and ‘Sayonara, Arigatou’. Luckily, the PV for ‘Sayonara, …

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NSK [017] – Seriously Matsui

Recorded November 8th, 2010. The Catch Up: AKB48 Beginner Theater Edition, Tron’s Calendar, Why Girls Go to Concerts?, Learning Dances, Female Fans, Idol Rock, Go!Go! 7188 Side Project News: Morning Musume, S/mileage, Mano Erina Tracklists, Pinky Jones Released This Week, Perfume Tokyo Dome, Matsuura Aya Musical Influence, Itano’s Duck Mouth …

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Release Calendar

Q1 2015: 01/07 – Aoyama Saint Hachamecha High School [Mechahai no Gyakushu ~Beyond the Darkness~] 01/07 – Doll Elements [Kimi ni Sakura Hirari to Mau] 01/07 – Nogizaka46 [Toumei na Iro (Album) ] 01/07 – Pla2me [Unit] 01/07 – YuiKaori [Neo Signalife] 01/14 – KOBerrieS [Omoide Yell] 01/14 – Q’ulle …

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Unexpected.

I’ve talked about this on the 12th podcast, and wanted to elaborate about it here. I first heard about Tokyo Girls’ Style at the Music Japan Idol Special that aired early 2010. At the special they performed ‘Onnaji Kimochi’; an easy-going simplistic song that sounded nice, but was more or …

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