Synonyms for halko_momoi or Related words with halko_momoi

haruko_momoi              asami_imai              asami_sanada              inori_minase              kaoru_mizuhara              mitsuko_horie              satomi_akesaka              mikako_komatsu              yuru_yuri              tomoe_ohmi              rina_satou              mariko_kouda              yukari_tamura              akemi_kanda              masami_okui              sachiko_kobayashi              suzuko_mimori              yuki_saito              mai_kadowaki              nanamori_chu_goraku_bu              mai_nakahara              saeko_chiba              sakura_nogawa              kaori_fukuhara              saori_hayami              emiri_katō              shouta_aoi              manami_numakura              yui_ogura              aya_endō              kaikan_phrase              kyoko_koizumi              ichirou_mizuki              yuko_goto              chiaki_takahashi              minori_chihara              ami_koshimizu              eriko_nakamura              saori_gotō              aya_uchida              tsuyoshi_nagabuchi              eri_kitamura              yabuki              hiroshi_kitadani              yuuna              irodori              okawari              kenji_ohtsuki              aya_hirano              koi_suru             



Examples of "halko_momoi"
From 2005 to 2010, Lantis published six albums of "School Days" music. The "School Days Vocal Album", a compilation featuring all nine of the game's closing themes, as performed by artists yozuca*, Miyuki Hashimoto, YURIA, Halko Momoi, Minami Kuribayashi, rino, and Kanako Ito was the first to be distributed, sharing its April 28, 2005 date with the release of the game itself. The remaining twenty-eight background scores, composed by KIRIKO/HIKO Sound, were released on July 21, officially completing the game's soundtrack. Another compilation, the "School Days Vocal Complete Album" featuring songs from "Summer Days" and "Cross Days", was released on October 8, 2010.
They have released 17 studio albums as of June 2016, and have provided their talents in compilation albums and original soundtracks as well. Eufonius has hosted an Internet radio show called "Frequency-e" since May 2005 with broadcasts being released in irregular intervals; as of December 2011, there have been 12 broadcasts. On September 8, 2012, it was announced that Hajime Kikuichi would leave the band "for now", after making some degrading comments at singer Halko Momoi. Kikuchi returned in 2013 with the composition of the song "Lovely Smile", used as a theme song of Hooksoft's visual novel "Lovely Quest: Unlimited".
Three pieces of theme music were used for the anime: one opening theme, and two ending themes. The opening theme is "Romantic Summer" by Sun (Haruko Momoi) & Lunar (Sakura Nogawa), which was written, composed, and arranged by Halko Momoi. In the opening video, the characters dancing behind Sun change depending on the episode whether it is dedicated or related to them (for example, Nagasumi dancing with the Seto's Special Squad brothers). The first ending theme, used for episodes one through thirteen, and then again for episode twenty-six, is by Asuka Hinoi, which was written, composed, and arranged by Yugo Sasakura. In the video, the image in the ending changes slightly between each episode as new characters are introduced in the anime. The second ending theme, used for episodes fourteen through twenty-five, is "Dan Dan Dan" by Sun (Haruko Momoi) & Lunar (Sakura Nogawa), which was written by Gorō Matsui, and composed and arranged by Shūhei Naruse. In the video, the characters' animations change depending on the circumstances they undergo during the episode (for example, the Class President transforming into "Yes! Amazoness!").