Composition: Tomoaki Hirono, Naoyuki Sato
Arrangement: Naoyuki Sato
VJ: VJ GYO (location test), Hiromitsu Kawasaki, Ryuto Takano (final release)
First Music Game Appearance: beatmania IIDX 24 SINOBUZ
Other Music Game Appearances: None.
Song Connections / Remixes
- AsiaN distractive marks Naoyuki Sato and Tomoaki Hirono's first use of their Nekomata Gekidan alias in the beatmania IIDX series.
- AsiaN distractive had a generic video in the beatmania IIDX 24 SINOBUZ location test. It received a unique video in the final release.
- AsiaN distractive marks Ryuto Takano's first contribution to BEMANI.
Song Production Information
Nekomata Gekidan's first taste of Asia.
Our thoughts of Asian taste and the Asian world were squeezed into this piece.
Packed to the brim with Nekomata Gekidan's style of Asian sound, please enjoy this track.
Asian taste originally wasn't our direction for Nekomata Gekidan; I suppose the idea came from Nekomata?
After receiving the suggestion, it seems like we went through it all at once.
Unsurprisingly, you can hear parts of Nekomata and parts of Gekidan Record in Nekomata Gekidan's music. I imagine that's one major part of its appeal, but my belief is that the melodies of both parties blend together to create something that's neither Nekomata nor Gekidan, but rather a new sound exclusive to Nekomata Gekidan.
I think that is what the personality of this unit stems from.
Because of the feeling of consistency throughout the Nekomata Gekidan series of songs, perhaps someone might find it quite interesting if they try to listen from this perspective. ^^
Video Production Information
Difficulty & Notecounts
beatmania IIDX difficulty rated from 1 to 12. (Ratings and notecounts obtained from BEMANIWiki 2nd.)
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