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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

M / TV

You might be tempted to use a phrase like "hotting up" to describe all the action that the Halcali PR machine has been getting involved in these past few months. This time Halcali are going back on TV.

It's not Halcali's Shopping Show, alas, but TV Tokyo's culture variety show Takeyama Teacher, hosted by the ever popular Takanori (Cunning) Takeyama. They're going to be on a segment called Three Little Pigs, and the Sony site alludes to the idea that they might appear on the show...

as pigs.

If that happens, I think I'm going to cry. I've never seen the show, so I'm not familiar with the format, but whatever Halcali need right now, I'm fairly sure that it doesn't have anything to do with appearing on a popular TV show dressed as a pig. Take a look at this though, your guess is as good as mine. At least it looks vaguely musical in nature.

The show airs this Saturday night (23rd) from 6:30 until 7.

Elsewhere, I don't know who sold whos soul to who, but Halcali are back in bed with MTV again, this time playing at the by teenagers for teenagers MTV Student Voice Awards 2006. It's another odd 2,000 free tickets by invite only type of setup, but at least it's another gig.


Anonymous sora-kara said...

I guess 'Minna no Buta' is a play on 'Minna no Uta'.

Maybe they'll be on it fairly often, which would be nice.
But you're right, them dressing up as pigs for the show would be horribly embarrassing/depressing.

Although...it does give new meaning to 'HALCALI BACON'......

6:53 PM

Anonymous fantastipo said...

plz...new album before christmas...it's all i ask...

6:32 AM

Blogger jariten said...

I guess 'Minna no Buta' is a play on 'Minna no Uta'.

Good call! I think you're probably right.

7:34 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


2:56 PM

Anonymous lilday said...

I hope someone can cap this i actually would like to see the entire event. i like all the gusts and things they have on there so..

6:36 AM


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