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UNLUCKY GIRL!! / Sweety


Credits

Composer / OSTER project
Arranger / OSTER project
Performer / Sweety (Yui Hasegawa, Sayaka Takenouchi, Yurika Takagi / ), Akai Ryusei, [TEST], Aoi Setsuna / , Kurozamurai /
Lyricist / OSTER project
Recording Engineer / Teruo "mu-" Murakami
Mixing Engineer / Teruo "mu-" Murakami
Mastering Engineer / Teruo "mu-" Murakami

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 UNLUCKY GIRL!! 3:52
02 SWEETY 3:54
03 Koiiro Byoutou 4:09
04 UNLUCKY GIRL!! (INSTRUMENTAL) 3:53
05 SWEETY (INSTRUMENTAL) 3:54
Disc length 19:42

 

Notes

All songs composed, arranged, written by OSTER project. Performed by Sweety.

M-01 is used as the ending theme song for the TV anime Sengoku Collection.


Sweety are Yui Hasegawa, Sayaka Takenouchi & Yurika Takagi
Produced by OSTER project

Musicians
PIANO: AKAI RYUSEI (M1)
GUITAR: [TEST] (M1,M3)
BASS GUITAR: AOI SETSUNA (M1)
DRUMS: KUROZAMURAI (M1)

Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Teruo "mu-" Murakami

A&R: Kuniyasu Suzuki (UNIVERSAL MUSIC)

Artist Management: Ryuta Umezawa, Kaori Nishi (Holy Peak)
Producer Management: Usagi (K-Kikaku)

Product Management: Hiroshi Tokunaga (UNIVERSAL MUSIC), Hiroshi Furukawa (Dwango Music entertainment, Inc.)
Promoters: Tomoko Kii, Azumi Kurihara (UNIVERSAL MUSIC)
Sales Promoter: Hiroyuki Kameya (UNIVERSAL MUSIC)

Supervisors: Ayumi Kanaya (UNIVERSAL MUSIC), Souta Horio (Holy Peak)

Art Direction & Design: Ikue Eri
Photography: Makoto Hada
Hair & Make-up: Masato Nakai
Styling: Mayumi Kawamura
Artwork Coordination: Kensuke Aoki (Sony Music Communications Inc.), Yasuaki Zushi (UNIVERSAL MUSIC)

Chief Producer: Takashi Kimoto (UNIVERSAL MUSIC)

Executive Producers: Kazuhiko Koike (UNIVERSAL MUSIC), Hiroki Horio (Holy Peak)

Special Thanks to SENGOKU COLLECTION PROJECT

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Apr 10, 2012 12:54 PM
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