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Examples of "hironobu_kageyama"
Hironobu Kageyama (as JAM Project featuring Hironobu Kageyama) performs the film's theme song , which is a rearrangement of the original song JAM Project performed for the series.
Ending (Change 1-3): Rising by JAM Project featuring Ichirou Mizuki and Hironobu Kageyama
Opening: Storm by JAM Project featuring Ichirou Mizuki and Hironobu Kageyama
Ending (Final Change): Yeah Yeah Yeah! (Texas Mack's Theme) by JAM Project featuring Ichirou Mizuki and Hironobu Kageyama
In 2000, Ichirou Mizuki gathered four artists to form JAM Project: Masaaki Endoh, Eizo Sakamoto, Rica Matsumoto, and Hironobu Kageyama.
"Lonely Journey" and "Lullaby" have been used in several music collections in arranged versions sung by Hironobu Kageyama.
He Also Sings The Theme For The Spanish Dub ("Cha-La Head-Cha-La" By Hironobu Kageyama) Whilst His UK Voice Actor (Nathan Simpson) sings the songs ("Kuu Zen Zetsu Go!" By Takayoshi Tanimoto) and the Japanese version of "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" By Hironobu Kageyama)
Four pieces of theme music were used for this season. The opening theme, "Cha-La Head-Cha-La", is performed by Hironobu Kageyama and the ending theme, is performed by Manna. The second opening theme, starting with episode 200 onward, is titled "We Gotta Power" and is performed by Hironobu Kageyama, who also performs the second ending theme, .
The opening theme is and the closing theme is . Both have lyrics by , music by , arrangements by and were sung by Hironobu Kageyama.
In all the sequels and spinoffs in the Garo series, Hironobu Kageyama continues to reprise his role as the voice of Zaruba in each entry.
The titular theme song was performed by TOM of Tom Cat fame and the ending theme was performed by Hironobu Kageyama.
The following issue of "Shonen Jump" revealed that Japanese release would include a new opening introduction in traditional 2D animation set to the song "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" by Hironobu Kageyama.
This contains the compositions by composers Kenji and Kanon Yamamoto, credited as Kenz and Canon respectively, and features the theme songs "Hikari no Sasu Mirai e!" and "Dragon Ball Party" performed by Hironobu Kageyama.
On October 4, 2006, King Records released a maxi single for the anime's opening theme, "Dual Love on the planet ~Hanoka~". It was sung by Sakura Nogawa. The song was composed by Hironobu Kageyama.
This album features arranged versions of the game's music, composed by video game composer Kenji Yamamoto, as well as a vocal duet of the game's closing theme, "Eien no Yakusoku", by Hironobu Kageyama and Kuko.
is the licensed soundtrack from the OAV. It was released by Columbia Records on March 20, 1996 in Japan only. This album includes the score from both episodes by composer Takashi Ike. Also included is the opening theme "Power Up Turtles" and the closing theme "Chikyū wa Ogenki" by Hironobu Kageyama and "Mokkun" respectively.
The album features music from both "" and "" composed and performed by Kenji Yamamoto. Also included, are the vocal versions of "Hikari no Willpower" and "Namidami Taina Ame ga Furu", plus vocal and karaoke version of "Eien no Yakusoku" by Hironobu Kageyama and Kuko.
In July 2007, he sang with Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Yoko Ishida, Kouji Wada and MoJo at Anime Friends, the biggest anime convention in Latin America, in Brazil; it was his first time in the county and he has gone back there to perform several times not only at Anime Friends, but also in other events in other cities, such as Fortaleza and Brasília.
"UFO Kamen Yakisoban" was the main character, played by Michael Tomioka, in a series of TV commercials for "UFO" instant "yakisoba" noodles produced by Nissin Foods. A feature film was released in 1994 directly to VHS video, which also featured Dave Spector as Kettler. The theme from the movie, sung by Hironobu Kageyama, was released on a CD single.
Two pieces of theme music were used throughout the season. The opening theme, "Cha-La Head-Cha-La", is performed by Hironobu Kageyama and the ending theme, is performed by Manna. The theme for the original 1996 English dub is "Rock the Dragon", performed by Jeremy Sweet. The uncut English redub from 2005 uses "Dragon Ball Z Movie theme" by Mark Menza.