First Offical Vocaloid Lily Song Demo Now Up!

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Earlier this week Internet Co. Ltd. updated Lily’s product page with the first official song demo, titled “SUPER SONIC DANCE” which is a CD single released by m.o.v.e back in June 2001 and you can watch the song demo below, thanks to pKjd over at Moetron.

Vocaloid Lily is set to be released on August 25th 2010 at a price of 15,750 yen.

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11 thoughts on “First Offical Vocaloid Lily Song Demo Now Up!”

  1. I'm quite excited for this!
    I can't wait to hear more songs that come from her. =D
    As some of the comments state on the youtube video, that they should have used other colors.
    It kinda does look like an older Rin and the hair reminds me of Luka.
    But all in all, I love her! =D

  2. Hmm…her voice reminds me of Gumi and miki. Not bad, but certainly not what I was expecting. Hopefully, she won't be completely overlooked after two weeks, she has potential for some great songs.

  3. WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP WITH THE "She sounds like (insert Vocaloid here)"?
    It's even worse with "She sounds like (mixture of two Vocaloids here)". The latter obviously means you're just needing a reason to complain.
    It's different, so get over it.

    1. Um…maybe people (including me) think she sounds like other Vocaloids? And I'm not complaining, I think she sounds pretty good.

    2. It's human nature to compare new unknown things to things we are more familiar with. The brain needs to pigeon-hole new things that it experiences into pre-defined categories. Like how when you eat the meat of a new animal that you've never had before you might say "TASTES LIKE CHICKEN!"

      Stop expecting people to function outside their brain's comfort level. And like Shortcake said, we're not complaining here. All you people who complain about people pointing out that one Vocaloid is somewhat similar to another are the real annoyance here. :/

  4. I thought it would be better -_- oh well, maybe there's hope. I'd like to see a song by a Vocaloid that is sung at a pitch that doesn't impress Alvin and the Chipmunks. Don't get me wrong, I love the tone of all the vocaloids, but it gets a little tiring when it's all very high. Maybe she'll have some lower toned songs like Luka.

    1. Like, um, half of the Vocaloid songs out there these days…? High-pitched songs are losing their favor.

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