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Monday, April 11, 2005

Hanpanda Kingdom


Good heavens. For anyone who was curious about the disturbing half panda/half something creations that adorned Halcali's Baby Blue! single cover and promo, well then, shame on you. Take solace in the fact that you arn' t the only one who's taken an interest though, as there appears to be a whole Kingdom full of those body popping critters. You might find the Hello Kitty one particularly frightening. Also take a look at RADIO ARTE for some better stills of the video then I could manage (thanks to poncho).

The one created for the single, Halcalipan, got it's own little description inside the CD's sleeve.

Harupan and Yukapan are two girls. They love cutting everything in half. Apples in half! Bread in half! They're great friends, so they always split everything two ways. But there's still so much stuff that they want to cut in half...

Nagi Noda, thank you

4 Comments:

Blogger Ken M - Japan Live said...

Hi, thanks for commenting on Japan Live about Spangle call Lilli line.

These two rapper girls sound interesting - I'll try to check them out (wonder if they play live a lot in Japan?).

5:49 AM

 
Blogger poncho said...

There are some stills from the video here:

its from a radio station in chicago that does a japan/anime show in
spanish (how's that for global?)

http://www.wrte.org/nihon_no_rajio/2004/10/panda_panda_pan.html

have a nice day


and thanks for bringing me up to date on HALCALI

4:02 PM

 
Blogger jariten said...

The concerts are few and far between, sadly. Although I saw a gig on MTV during the 'Girls Only' tour late '03 and it looked like fun.

4:05 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

..but sadly wasn't on the DVD

8:13 PM

 

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