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  • Ai Kago + Public Enemy + Anime

    Posted by simon c on 2009 July 25日 Saturday

    Former Morning Musume Ai Kago is singing a couple of classic anime songs on a compilation and they’re gonna be produced by none other than Public Enemy. What is this world coming to?!  :P

    Ai Kago back in her Morning Musume days.

    kago

    Anime songs she is covering are “Himitsu no Akko-chan”:

    and “Lum no Love Song” (Lum’s Love Song) from Urusei Yatsura:

    Admittedly I’m curious about what the songs will sound like in the end, but there’s no way Public Enemy (or most likely just Terminator X?) knows who Kago or Morning Musume are, or the anime songs in question at all, haha.

    3 Responses to “Ai Kago + Public Enemy + Anime”

    1. martin said

      but term X just scratches, so it’s probably hank or keith shocklee right? (the bombsquad?). I have sadly never heard of morning musume, but this sounds intriguing.

      simon, speaking of curious music, do you know buckhorn records? site seems to be down, but check out wolf choir on archive.org.
      http://www.archive.org/details/CAPN015

    2. Martin!

      Good to hear from you, how’d you find this place anyways?😛

      Hmm, if Terminator X only does the scratching, then you’re right. In any case it should produce interesting results if they’re halfway into the project.

      No, I hadn’t heard of Wolf Choir, sounds right up your alley with film samples and deconstructive beats.

      Cheers,

      Simon

      • martin said

        how did I find this place? aren’t you on linkedin or something?

        hey, speaking of which, you know two people I found recently? The first, you may not remember: Harald Gliebe, who worked at AI Softo. But the second… well, check out this video:

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