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Monday, October 08, 2007

Back in the studio with Schadaraparr/new song

Schadaraparr, not seen since the Bacon days (Ah, Halcali Sensation!) got together in a kind of mini collaboration with Halcali recently. According to Yukari, they went to the studio where Schadaraparr were recording material under the name Hello Works, a collaboration of their own with Sly Mongoose (Hello Works video here).

Halcali went along to listen and this quickly turned into them recording vocals for them for a song that, naturally, "we can't talk about!"

No news on a release date for the project, but I personally think that we can never have too many Schadaraparr and Halcali collaborations. And if that doesn't interest you for some reason, keep scrolling down the page to see something else we can never have too much of- pictures of dogs wearing wrestling masks.

So after you've saved that picture as your desktop wallpaper, keep moving down to see a bit of information on a new Halcali song they debuted at their recent Shibuya Boxx gig. The song is called Setsunatsu (an Otsukare Summer type pun on the words setsunai (sad) and natsu (summer)).

A future b-side perhaps?

Update: Patrick writes to let us know that the Hello Works album (presumably featuring the Halcali collaboration) is called Payday and will be out on December 5th. (Here's the news on bounce.com)

6 Comments:

Anonymous Cobs said...

If the song is any good, chances are it will be a b-side to some mediocre anime tie-in. :p

12:28 PM

 
Anonymous Patrick said...

The Hello Works' first album has just been announced, "Payday" out on 12/5. Perhaps we should keep an eye on it!

10:16 AM

 
Blogger jariten said...

cobs> Fingers crossed those anime tie up days are behind them!

patrick> Thanks!

10:22 AM

 
Anonymous ramon said...

Look at this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nU_XfqW__XA

Now, does anyone knows whats the song that starts at 07:50? o.O

12:42 AM

 
Anonymous sora-kara said...

cute video, but i have no idea what that song is.....hm..... :/

am I crazy, or does this say that HALCALI will be singing 'Ai no Tame ni' on 'Bokura no Ongaku' on November 2?

「奥田民生カバーズ」への参加を受けて、HALCALIがフジテレビ系「僕らの音楽」に出演します。
あの超名曲「愛のために」をバンドバージョンで披露。
貴重な露出をお見逃し無く!!

9:19 PM

 
Blogger jariten said...

Ramon>
I'm guessing (guessing) that it's the b-side to Tandem (which I think is called Ah, One Two or something)

Sora>
Thanks for the reminder! Sounds like it should be good

9:25 AM

 

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