Synonyms for soredemo or Related words with soredemo
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The title song was covered by AKB48's Rino Sashihara on her debut solo single "
Suki Da yo".
Sashihara starred as the lead character in the NTV4 drama "Muse no Kagami" starting on January 14, 2012. She sings the theme song titled "
Suki Da yo", which was released as her debut solo single in May 2, on the major record label Avex Trax.
The opening for all the versions of the game except the PSP port is "
Kimi wo Omoidasu Kara" by Nana Mizuki. The opening for Sorekara again is "Drawing Again" by Ayumi Murata. The opening for the PSP port is "Kimi no Kakera" sung by Ayane. This song is also used as the opening for the PSP port.
In the same year, Whiteeeen recorded one of the songs for "
Boku wa Kimi ga Suki", "Ano Koro ~Jin Jin Bao Zhuo Ni~ " (), a Japanese-language cover of Hu Xia's song "Those Years" (那些年), the theme song for "You Are the Apple of My Eye".
Suki Da yo" was released on the same day with Nogizaka46's "Oide Shampoo". The 2 singles clashed in the charts. On the first day, Nogizaka46 sold 111,000 copies vs. Sashihara's 57,000 (rounded to the nearest thousand). On the second day, Rino Sashihara took the first spot and didn't let go of it for the rest of the week. Despite that, Sashihara lost; the first position in the weekly chart belonged to Nogizaka46, which sold 156,000 singles against the second place's 124,000.
"Down Town / Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta Nara" is Maaya Sakamoto's nineteenth single. "Down Town" is used as an opening theme for the anime series "
Machi wa Mawatteiru" while "Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta Nara" is the opening theme for the OVA "Tamayura". The original version of this song was released in 1974 by Yumi Arai, who was also its composer and lyricist, and was used as the ending song for "Majo no Takkyūbin". It is Sakamoto's first single to come in CD+DVD and CD only editions.
Machi wa Mawatteiru" has been adapted into a 12-episode anime series that started airing on October 8, 2010. The anime is directed by Akiyuki Shinbo, co-directed by Naoyuki Tatsuwa, and produced by Tokyo Broadcasting System and Shaft. The first Blu-ray/DVD of the series was released in Japan on December 24, 2010. The opening theme is "Down Town" by Maaya Sakamoto and the ending theme is by Maids (the main female cast) and arranged by Round Table, both released by Victor Entertainment. The CD of "Down Town" was released in Japan on October 20, 2010 and the CD of "Maids Sanjou!" was released on November 24, 2010. At Anime Weekend Atlanta 2011, Sentai Filmworks announced that they have licensed the anime and release the series in 2012.
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