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  • Tenchi Muyou! Live Tour in '96

    Tenchi Muyo! Live Tour in '96

    PICA-1107
    released 1996.08.21
    ???? yen


    This CD contains the songs from the Tenchi Muyou! Live Tour in 1996.

    The tracks are as follows. Disc 1:

    1. Tenchi Muyo! (SONIA)
    2. Kimi no Carrot Cake (Kikuchi Masami)
    3. Ren'ai no Sainou (Yokoyama Chisa)
    4. Chotto Mukuchi na Onna no Ko (Kozakura Etsuko)
    5. Sacrifice (Amano Yuri)
    6. Cocoa to Nigai Chocolate (Orikasa Ai & Takada Yumi)
    7. Nijyusseiki ga Owattemo (Akiyama Kumi)
    8. Wild Blood (Akiyama Kumi)
    9. Baka (Yokoyama Chisa)
    10. Ibara no Yakata (Takada Yumi)
    11. Koukai wa Suteki (Orikasa Ai)
    12. Saint Fourteen (Yokoyama Chisa & Kozakura Etsuko)
    13. Imagic/Emejiku Love (Takada Yumi)
    14. Towa ni Towa ni Hoshi no Yume (Orikasa Ai)
    15. Ren'ai no Jikuu (Cast)
    Disc 2:
    1. Tenchi Kaibyaku Jikuu no Michiyuki (Cast)
    2. Seiyuu Endings (Cast)
    Songs by Kikuchi Masami (), Yokoyama Chisa (Һ), Kozakura Etsuko (Ļ), Amano Yuri (ŷͳ), Orikasa Ai (޳ް), Takada Yumi (ͳ), Akiyama Kumi ().

    This was from the 1996 concert; everything here is live except for the recorded session for the seiyuu ending track.

    Emily K.'s comments

    Kikuchi Masami makes fun of "Cocoa to Nigai Chocolate" as Ai and Yumi finish it off, then tries to make up for his comment: "Chotto 'ufu' to na uta desu ne... iya, doko ga 'ufu' da?!" (^_^;) The cast also tease Masami as he introduces Akiyama Kumi... I think it has to do with him being the only male cast member and being teased live.

    Interestingly enough, "Koukai wa Suteki" is the first track to Orikasa Ai's first album, "Shukujo Choutokkyu."

    "Nijyusseiki ga Owattemo" is the Tenchi Muyo Playstation game OP (trivia: the first ED is sung by Chisa and the second ED is by Ai/Yumi). Akiyama Kumi also sang "Wild Blood," which was an extra song on her released single.

    Both of Aeka's songs ("Ibara no Yakata" and "Imagic Love") come from the special "Ginga in Imasokari" Aeka CD released back in Christmas 1995 (or sometime around then). "Baka" is the ED to Pretty Samy.

    Mizutani Yuko and Kobayashi Yuko were mysteriously not present at the 1996 concerts. During their parts in "Tenchi Kaibyaku Jikuu no Michiyuki," Yuri sang Kobayashi Yuko's part and Kozakura Etsuko filled in for Mizutani Yuko.

    [information and comments provided by Emily K.]

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