International Debut: Sekiranun Graffiti (Release Update)

Sekiranun Album Cover

Miku is getting a release on both sides of the Pacific at once!  Composed by Ryo of supercell, with music by Dixie Flatline, a new single hits shelves and downloads on August 31st.  “Sekiranun Graffiti”/”Fallin’ Fallin’ Fallin’ ” will be available in the US, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Hong Kong, all at the exact same time, with a physical disk available in Japan and Taiwan.  This will be the first time a Vocaloid single has been released in the US the same time as in Japan.

Yûichi Takahashi, the character designer and animation director of Macross Frontier, has directed, designed, and co-illustrated the title song’s music video.  Sekiranun Graffiti is also going to be the opening theme of the upcoming Project Diva ~extend~.

iTunes is listing the album for $3.99 US. MP3 has the album listed for $4.95 US. Both are listing individual tracks for $0.99 US per track.

Source: ANN, Oricon

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5 thoughts on “International Debut: Sekiranun Graffiti (Release Update)”

  1. Thanks Red, you may want to provide the following links:
    It’s available on Amazon MP3
    The Official PV is on YouTube too

    I’m not overly enthusiast about Sekiranun, I mean not like I was for Kocchi muite. Besides it’s a Sony Music CD so I’ll pass, there’s plenty enough independant labels around full of good Vocaloid music.

    BTW, today is Mikus anniversary right ? If you have money I strongly suggest you to check Karent special release:

  2. Damn, I just put in an Amazon Japan order too. Now I need to wait until my next batch of stuff to order this. Not into MP3 downloads, would rather import the CD.

    I really need a way to keep up on all upcoming Vocaloid CDs so I don’t always find out about them right before or after they actually release.

  3. The PV will be the opening? Aw, it’s great and all, but I was hoping the opening will be the same as the first two Project DIVA OPs.

  4. Is this CD contains the PV also. Or does the PV include in the DVD from limited first press edition??? 
    can anyone who already owned a copy of this CD tell me about this???

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