tabgraphics works summer 11 (from C80)
So it's not entirely CDs, although the artbook from this is mostly just a beefed up CD booklet with a few extra pages.
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Hiroyuki Oda presents HSP - レトロフューチャーオッサンディスコ (Retro Future Ossan Disco)
Although I'm a big fan of Kanzaki Hiro's art style, the main reason I bought the artbook above was for the included CD. It's not really an album as it only has five tracks, two of them being remixes.
Two of the tracks - Wander Girl and Maybe☆Lucky - had previously been released on NND, while Happy Twinkling Night is only on this CD.
8#Prince - the ripper
Some more really catchy tunes here. I got into 8#Prince with tracks like Distorted Princess, Sweet Devil and エレクトリック・ラブ, and this album continues on in much the same vein. Some of the lyrics are pretty lewd though. KiLLER LADY and candii would be my favourite tracks, but they're all pretty solid. The remixes at the end aren't bad either.
Hiroyuki ODA - Thirty
Why do all these CDs have English names? This one isn't actually Vocaloid, despite appearances. It's by the same guy as the artbook and the Retro Future CD above, but this release is a trance album without any vocals. It's great music to listen to while concentrating on something, be it a game or study. It's got a good beat, but there's a fair bit of repetition and it doesn't distract your focus. I realise that sentence made it seem boring, but that's not what I'm trying to say. My favourite tracks would be Thirty and Luminescence.
And the rest of my CDs will arrive in a couple of weeks.
My hipster Miku just arrived today, so I'm going to go unbox her (I might take some photos for a review, depends how lazy I'm feeling) and then think long and hard about whether I can afford that Love is War figure with the massive base.