12 comments on “Tsunku Boy serious about putting out a compilation album of his demo vocals

  1. I’d seriously buy this. If they’re concerned about cost and sales, they can release it as digital-only…

  2. Tsunku’s voice is so heavily processed in DEMOs and people say it’s so good and then they complain about morning musumes’ voice being heavily processed in the actual final product.

    Note that he isn’t just a composer, he’s also a professional singer himself so please don’t be using that excuse. Also, the songs are transposed to his range so you can’t use the part where the songs are meant to be sung by girls.

  3. I couldn’t help but imagine Tsunku♂ doing the dance to Help Me!

    I really do want to hear his version of Rainbow Pink. That would just be messed up.

  4. I forgot about his version of Kare to Issho! He should have played his version of Asian Celebration or Golden Chinatown when Berryz made their Budokan announcement at the Premium Live.

    I would be so happy if an album was released. I would definitely buy it! Or they could release individual songs on iTunes like the Hello! Cover stuff. My wishlist:

    -The Matenrou Show (Duet with Makoto)
    -Rival
    -Momoiro Sparkling
    -Please Miniskirt Postwoman
    -I can already imagine him singing Tokkaiko Junjo so clearly.

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  6. It would be a must buy, even if only on digital format, that would be the only time that I could really think about buying a digital album instead of a “real cd”.
    It would be really cool if there would be things like (Berryz list only, I don’t have enough time to think of all bands) Waracchao yo BOYFRIEND, VERY BEAUTY, Yuke Yuke Monkey Dance, 21ji Made no Cinderella, Gag 100kai bun Aishite Kudasai, Sprinter!, Seishun Bus Guide, Yujo Junjo oh Seishun, Passion E-CHA E-CHA, Gaki Taisho, and many others + Momochi! Yurushite Nyan♡Taiso. <- that one would be cool.
    And 1 must from Country Musume, seriously, Uwaki na Honeypie, that would rock. Or pop.

    And why Warera! Berryz Kamen didn't have an instrumental version, damn!

  7. I’ve recently been searching YouTube for clips of any of these “Tsunku version” songs. I understand WHY, but I kind of wish the girls would less often freak out in surprise upon hearing them, because it’s totally getting in the way of my listening to Tsunku! :)

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