Dancemania presents Natsu Monogatari 2009 supported by 9LoveJ – Update

Natsu Monogatari 2009Dancemania presents Natsu Monogatari 2009 supported by 9LoveJ (CD+DVD)
Release Date: 6/10/09
Price: 3000 yen

Are you ready for a Summer Story? The early track list is out for this year’s edition of Natsu Monogatari, and it’s chock full of anime and J-euro, much like last year’s release. On the plus side, there’s also brand new eurobeat from Italian labels, as well as Dancemania classics.

For those interested in who’ll be dancing on the DVD, D-tan from ParaParaStage has a post with that info.

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Akiba Koubou once again take up a lot of the list, with quite a few anime covers present. There’s also plenty of original J-euro including songs by tears, Rumi, and Sunplaza Nakano Kun. It looks like we’ll finally be getting that trance remix of “Bye Bye Para Girl” that’s been rumored since last year.

I’m not so sure about the announced Dancemania classics so far. The Motiv 8 remix of “Wannabe” is awesome, so I am looking for ward to that, and presumably they’ll use the Delaction remix of “Butterfly,” which is even better. What’s up with “Dub-I-Dub,” though? The Delaction remix would fit great next to “Butterfly,” but there’s no remix name listed and I fear they’ll use the original version.

As for new Italian-produced eurobeat, LED appear to be MIA, but Akyr have taken their place, bringing along old Hi-Site aliases. Saifam are also back after missing last year’s release.

Previous albums had licenses from Avex, FARM, and Quake, but that doesn’t seem to be the case just yet. The last two releases had 31 tracks each, so there are at least 5 tracks yet to be revealed. It’s also possible that some of the tracks listed here won’t make it on the final list. Personally, I hope they beef up the trance section a bit more, though I am glad that there’s been no psychedelic announced so far.

CD
01. Hoshizora no Okurimono / Rumi Itabashi feat. Kazue Nakai
02. Koi Wazurai ~Natsu Toka Fuyu Toka~ / Sunplaza Nakano Kun feat. DJ Yossy
03. Wasureru Koto ga Setsunakute (9LoveJ Mix) / tears
04. Omoide wa Yume no Naka / tears
05. Sousei no Aquarion (Trance Mix) / Haruka
06. Lupin Sansei no Theme / Scamp
07. Banzai / Misa
08. Jinga / Mark Farina
09. United Force / Nagisa
10. Come On! (Techno Mix) / Nagisa
11. Sweetest Day of May / Joe T. Vannelli Project
12. Wannabe (Motiv 8 Vocal Slam Mix) / Spice Girls
13. Dub-I-Dub / Me & My
14. Butterfly (Trance Remix) / Smile.dk
15. Zankoku na Tenshi no These (Techno Mix) / Shihori
16. Anpanman no March / Yu~tan·Mi~tan
17. Kouga Ninpou Chou / Miyabi
18. Seishoujo Ryouiki / Miyabi
19. Gong! / Akibako
20. God Knows… / Mi->Na
21. Ritmo Loco / DJ Thunder 3
22. King of Fire / Max Casanova
23. Set My Heart on Fire / Rocket Man
24. Superlover / Baby Energy
25. Bye Bye Para Girl (Trance Mix) / Sunplaza Nakano Kun feat. DJ Yossy
26. Wasureru Koto ga Setsunakute (R&B Mix) / tears

DVD
01. Ritmo Loco / DJ Thunder 3
02. King of Fire / Max Casanova
03. Set My Heart on Fire / Rocket Man
04. Omoide wa Yume no Naka / tears
05. Jinga / Mark Farina
06. Lupin Sansei no Theme / Scamp
07. Hoshizora no Okurimono / Rumi Itabashi feat. Kazue Nakai
08. United Force / Nagisa
09. Come On! (Techno Mix) / Nagisa

The DVD list being sent to retailers has a few tracks not mentioned on DJ Yossy’s mixi, oddly enough.

Pre-order at CDJapan.

5 Responses

  1. DJ Tomoe Says:

    DUB-I-DUB again. :/
    But it’s pretty cool that WANNABE (Motiv 8 Vocal Slam Mix) got included.

    Looking forward for the release.

  2. Javy Says:

    Wow waaaaay too much J-Euro… this looks worse than last years travesty

  3. Alex Says:

    Considering I do enjo the j-euro I’m interested in this CD. This run here:

    17. Kouga Ninpou Chou / Miyabi
    18. Seishoujo Ryouiki / Miyabi
    19. Gong! / Akibako
    20. God Knows… / Mi->Na

    Are some of the best tracks of the SAR series ♥ Although they could have put something other than God Knows again…

  4. Javy Says:

    And the “hi-site” tracks could just be Akyr tracks since Alessandro Gilardi is working with Newfield again. Rocket Man was also an Hi-Site alias.

  5. Jarred Says:

    I’m pretty pumped about the new Akyr/Hi-Site tracks. They were my favorite label back on Europanic!

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