O!P Summer Shuffles 2009


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Singers: Ongaku! Project
Producers: Sazaki Ren , Ahrjay and Kain Kian
Cover design: Nosomi

Songs: (Click links for stream)
1. Sakuranbo [lyrics]
2. Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi [lyrics]
3. LA・LA・LA LOVE SONG ~ここから始まる恋物語~ [lyrics]

Download here and ENJOY~!! ^o^

VOTING~

In order for us to pick the winning O!P Shuffle of 2009, we need all of you to vote for your favorite!

Instructions:

1. Listen completely to the 3 shuffle songs.
2. Decide which you liked the most and vote for it. Please be fair and don’t just vote for the one your friends are in or for your favorite original song XD  Be honest and vote for the one you thought did the best job!

Voting will end in 2 weeks, so hurry up and tell everyone to come listen and vote!

August 30, 2009 at 9:59 pm 2 comments

ViyuMEN – Truth c/w Happiness


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Singers: Tenkei, Ahrjay, Kain Kian, Sazaki Ren, Rm88 and Anton
Producer: Rei-chan
Cover design: Ahrjay

Songs:
1. Truth [lyrics]
2. Happiness [lyrics]

Download the whole single HERE ^o^

August 22, 2009 at 4:29 am 1 comment

Ongaku! Project & Sekai no Melody Collaboration – Resonant Blue / Mikan

Resonant Blue edition cover art, by Ongaku! Project

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Mikan edition cover art, by Sekai no Melody

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Tracklist:

1. Resonant Blue [lyrics]
Singers:
O!P: Maki Kanatsu, Ra-chan, Rei-chan, Tamuma
SnM: Andromaeda, Michikosaki, Rosie, Solaire, Sorachu
Producer: Rei-chan
Cover design: Suki

2. Mikan [lyrics]
Singers:
O!P: Maki Kanatsu, Ra-chan, Rayna Black, Suki, Tamuma
SnM: Andromaeda, Michikosaki, Rosie, Solaire, Sorachu
Producer: Andromaeda
Cover design: Sorachu

Download the whole single HERE ^o^

August 22, 2009 at 4:25 am 1 comment

Monday Five

Monday Five is a weekly segment in the Ongaku!Project WordPress where we present five random O!P members with a question. Their answers to that question will be posted here each Monday. It’s a unique chance to get to know the O!P members a bit better!

Q: What are your New Year’s Resolutions?

tamuma: I don’t normally make New Years resolutions (mainly because I’m so bad at keeping them XD) although last year I made one as a joke to have at least one Starbucks a week, and I have to say I managed to keep it this time!
In seriousness though, New Year is a good time to reflect on achievements we have made over the past year, and how to improve on things that didn’t go quite so well.
Having a listen to some old recordings of my singing turned out to be pretty embarrassing(!), but it’s a good feeling to know that the effort put in is worth it, even if you improve by just a little.
So I hope that over the coming year I can continue to get better at singing!

I’d also like to thank the producers for all their hard work that they’ve put in over the past year, and I hope O!P will continue to flourish in the year to come.

SazakiRen: Hello! You know what time it is? Right! Christmas time, and even more New Year time! Here in my country there’s really no such thing as New Year’s Resolutions, but since I’ve read about what that is in Wikipedia(yeah… I didn’t really know what the thing is…) and now I know.
Up to the point when the audition winners were announced I didn’t believe that I passed. Throughout all the time I’ve been in the project, I tried my best to do everything possible to make recordings in time and in best quality. Probably some of them weren’t like it. So my New Year Resolution is – I want to improve my recording quality, as well as speed. Also I want to improve my voice, so to give away as much energy and as much happiness as possible. Because for me – it is really important to sing not only for the sake of singing only, but for the sake of those people(to whom I’m very grateful) who will hear my voice and get as much fun as possible. So that’s probably all of my resolutions. I hope everyone will have a good happy New Year, and we’ll see what the New Year will bring us.
Happy New Year y’all!!

tenkei: I haven’t really decided on a resolution for 09. I’ve found (as I’m sure most people have) that resolutions rarely come to fruition, and studies have shown that the majority of people who make resolutions fail them by March. For ’08, one of my resolutions was to read more cus I hadn’t been reading as much as I used to nor as much as I would’ve liked. I actually stuck with it up until about midway through June, I read a book a week until then. Since, I’ve only finished 2 books and am still reading one I started months ago. Anyway, I’ve been thinking if I were to make a resolution for 2009, it would be the same as last last year and just try to read more (doesn’t even have to be a book a week), and hopefully this time go even longer, ideally for the whole year.

If you have suggestions for future Monday Five questions, send them to twissie@raspberry-style.net

December 30, 2008 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

Monday Five

Monday Five is a weekly segment in the Ongaku!Project WordPress where we present five random O!P members with a question. Their answers to that question will be posted here each Monday. It’s a unique chance to get to know the O!P members a bit better!

Apologies for the delay this week; holiday rush and all that! Happy holidays!

Q: It’s winter! What’s your favorite thing to do in the snow or ice?

Ahrjay: I am one of those people who haven’t seen or experienced snow because I’ve been living in tropical countries ever since I was born. The only “snow” that I know of is the one that you can find in your freezer. lol. I know it sucks, but I do plan of going somewhere where it snows, preferably Russia or Japan. I may be a “snow virgin” but I do know what fun things you can do with it. I want to try and have a snowball fight with someone. It looks fun, and I’m sure that I’m going to enjoy it. Hehehe. .

Nosomi: Snow is rare where I live, so everything about it feels magical for me : snowy landscapes, snowflakes falling on the ground and transforming the familiar places, catching the white petals that disappear instantaneously in my hand or trying to eat them, making snowballs and throwing them at people, walking in a smoothy cotton-white mantle that sinks at each step or letting myself drop in it….
It’s like i’m back in childhood and can touch the innocence of living things, both nature and human beings. It’s even more beautiful and moving to sense the calm, the hugeness and the emptiness of such a picture.

Kacchin: I used to live in Connecticut – and there is a lot of snow there~! I love to go sledding and make snow angels, of course, but my favorite winter-time activity is definitely ice-skating. I feel so graceful! ^-^

tenkei: Well, we don’t get a lot of snow or ice down here in the high desert of southern California (and I don’t go up to the mountains…), so I’ve only experience snow a couple of times while visiting my father back east. I never got to do a lot in it lol, we just went for some hikes in the mountains and stuff. I’ve always wanted to have one of those epic full on snow ball fights though, with fortifications and armies lol. I’ve also always wanted to go ice skating! When I was little and we lived in Georgia, my mom said I used to sneak out of our apartment and go play in the snow, wearing naught but my diaper!

Rei-chan: These last couple of days I’ve gotten to experience for the first time in my life what a winter with snow and ice is like, and as beautiful as it is, I can’t say I like playing in the cold yet XD Just from the first cold winds I caught a cold, so I haven’t gotten much chance to play with snow… But! I’m STILL very much looking forward to TRYING to build a snowman when the temperature and health allow me to go out again. I tried making snowballs, but the snow was too “dry” at the time and it just crumbled XD But if I do manage to make a snowman, I’m thinking that might become my favorite thing to do in the snow ^o^

If you have suggestions for future Monday Five questions, send them to twissie@raspberry-style.net

December 24, 2008 at 10:34 pm Leave a comment

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