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Old Mar 11, 2010, 04:09 AM
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Sorry I can't find my sealed copy to check... is the obi in three or two pieces? My used copy only has front and side, no back, and is glued to the cardboard cover.

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Old Mar 11, 2010, 07:29 AM
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It looks like the kind of obi that's an extension of the back of the box, and then wraps around the spine and part of the front - I know King used this kind of box for other similar releases. So I guess you could say the obi is in three pieces, since it has to bend around two corners.
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Old Mar 11, 2010, 07:55 AM
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Oh all right so wait, there's not back part (the part where there are usually ads for other albums)?
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Old Mar 11, 2010, 11:00 AM
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It could be one of those loose obi's where the back of it fits the entire backside of the box, but if you look at the box back scan it looks like the obi is fitted on to the right side of it. Like this:

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Old Mar 11, 2010, 02:24 PM
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All right, perfect! And thanks for the picture. So not glued either.

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Where do these credits comefrom for Xmen?
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X-MEN: = S. Fukami: 1,2,4,5,7,10,13
Y. Technouchi: 3,8,9,11,12,14-16
Junya Nakano: 17,18,21
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Where do these credits comefrom for Xmen?
An interview with Yuji Takenouchi
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That don't explain how did you get the "breakdown"..
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Old Jul 17, 2010, 10:38 AM
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That don't explain how did you get the "breakdown"..
Sure it does. Did you not read it?

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TECHNOuchi: The main people involved with the composition and arrangement are listed as follows.

“Title Demo”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Select”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Opening”: Composed by TECHNOuchi / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
“Stage 1 (City)”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Boss”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Stage 2 (Factory)”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Stage 3 (Jungle)”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Stage 4 (Limestone Cave)”: Composed by TECHNOuchi / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
“Stage 5 (???)”: Composed by Prophet Fukami / Arranged by Prophet Fukami
“Stage6 (Ruins)”: Composed by TECHNOuchi / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
“Stage 7 (Enemy Base)”: Composed by Junya Nakano / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
“Last Boss (Magneto)”: Composed by Junya Nakano / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
“Staff Roll”: Composed by Junya Nakano / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
Some Short Demo’s : Composed by TECHNOuchi / Arranged by TECHNOuchi
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Old Jul 17, 2010, 10:42 AM
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Oh yes, sorry.
Thanks for the infos then.
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Could someone clarify the composer/arranger for disc 1, track 8? SEMO says it's Naoki Maeda, but I'd like to make extra sure.
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Seems wrong. The composer listed is Metal Slave Naoki/メタルスレイブ直樹. The notes say he is Naoki Matsui/松井直樹 (a Konami producer for various MSX games), and JP sites agree (ex), though dunno about the source.

Plus Maeda's first name is written 尚紀, while Matsui's is 直樹,
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Default esperanto.

Does anyone know where i can find the lyrics for Esperanto?
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Hiroyuki Shirotani is credited as the alto & soprano saxophone player for "Here Comes The Hero", Motoaki Furukawa plays the guitar on that track as well.
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Romaji or English translation? The English tracklist is a mixture of both with some poor translations (Increase the Eye???).
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Feel free to revert the album title change if needed, but I can't find any indication anywhere that the album is called anything but "コナミ・オールスターズ1993 / KONAMI ALL STARS 1993". "夢のミュージックステーション" is the title of the first disc. Disc 2 is called "さゆ鈴のコナミレーベルインフォメーション番外編", and disc 3 "アメコミ・コネクション". アメコミ seems to be an abbreviation of American Comics.
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Tsutomu Ogura says in the liner notes that he only did SFX for G.I. Joe, so I guess the music's all Kenichiro Fukui ¯\(º_o)/¯
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Impossible to have better scans than this, thank you very much, BonaSatyr <3
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