Vocaloid Galore: Mikunopolis Combo is up for pre-order
Get your Miku while she's hot.
Ever wanted to relive your experience of seeing Hatsune Miku live with her comrades in Los Angeles? Well, Aniplex is ready to let unlock the ability for consumers to pre-order Mikunopolis in Los Angeles as a limited edition Blu-ray and CD combo.
Lovers of the green haired pigtail diva will get to listen to 24 songs from the 2011 LA concert with subtitles that will let any viewer understand the meaning behind her catchy songs. You will also get a PET sleeve case and a double sided poster that you can can in your living quarters, so that others can witness your passionate love towards Miku.
Thanks to Rightstuf, people can pre-order Mikunopolis in LA for US $59.98, which isn't much of a critical hit, since you are getting two ways to experience the songs of Mikunopolis, along with a poster and special case. The only downside about this order is that the four medley songs aren't subbed, due to Aniplex wanting to give respect to the intentions of the original creators. But either way, you still have 20 subbed songs for the concert, so there's still plenty of Miku love to go around.
As you linger on your decision, you can check out the track listings and the image of the whole package in the section below.
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01. Project Diva desu.
02. World is Mine
03. Electric Angel
04. Voc@loid in Love
05. Clover Club
07. Romeo and Cinderella
Medley (Tracks 8-11)
08. Uraomote Lovers
11. 1/6 -out of the gravity-
13. The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku
14. The Butterfly on My Right Shoulder
15. Roshin Yukai
16. Just Be Friends
17. World's End Dancehall
18. from Y to Y
19. The Furthest Reaches
20. Finder (DSLR remix-re:edit)
22. Aikotoba Photo Gallery: (1 images)
24. The First Sound
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