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Megumi Nakajima
Mamegu
Megumi Nakajima performing in Los Angeles in July 2010
Native name中島 愛
Born(1989-06-05) June 5, 1989 (age 24)
Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
NationalityJapanese
EthnicityJapanese Filipino
OccupationVoice actress, singer
Years active2007—Present
Website
nakajimamegumi.com
 
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Megumi Nakajima
Mamegu
Megumi Nakajima performing in Los Angeles in July 2010
Native name中島 愛
Born(1989-06-05) June 5, 1989 (age 24)
Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
NationalityJapanese
EthnicityJapanese Filipino
OccupationVoice actress, singer
Years active2007—Present
Website
nakajimamegumi.com

Megumi Nakajima (中島 愛 Nakajima Megumi?, born June 5, 1989) is a Japanese voice actress and singer represented by the Stardust Promotion talent agency. She was born to a Japanese father and a Filipino mother.[1][2] In 2003, she participated in the "Self Stardust Promotion" contest and passed, thereby affiliating her to the agency. In 2007, she auditioned to the Victor Entertainment sanctioned "Victor Vocal & Voice Audition" and was chosen to voice Ranka Lee in Macross Frontier.[3]

Career[edit]

Nakajima made her debut performance as a professional artist at the "Macross 25th Anniversary Concert" on April 18, 2007.[4] Her first vocal recordings appeared in the compilation album Macross Frontier O.S.T.1 Nyan FRO. on June 4, 2008. Her first solo live performance was a mini-concert titled "Ranka Lee = Megumi Nakajima Mini Live @ Formo… Not! Venus Fort☆" (ランカ・リー=中島愛 ミニライブ@フォルモ…ぢゃないよ!ヴィーナスフォート☆ Ranka Rī = Nakajima Megumi Mini Raibu @ Forumo... Janai yo! Vīnasu Fōto☆) which was performed on June 14, 2008. She made her single debut on June 25, 2008 with the single "Seikan Hikō". Her first major concert was the "Super Dimension Super Live" (超時空スーパーライブ Chō Jikū Sūpā Raibu?) concert held on July 27, 2008.[5]

Nakajima won the award for Best Musical Performance in the third Seiyu Awards held on March 7, 2009 for her performance as Ranka Lee in the song "Seikan Hikō" of Macross F.[6]

Nakajima's first single, "Tenshi ni Naritai" was released in 2009 and was the first single to be released outside of her role from Macross F. It was followed up by the single "Nostalgia" two months later. She was the voice of Miku (The Strongest Akikan) and the role of bad girl in the series Akikan!. Nakajima after that, participated in the series Basquash!, giving life to the character of Citron that along with Rouge (Tomatsu Haruka) and Violette (Saori Hayami) formed the pop group Eclipse, this was dissolved at the end of the series; after it, began work on the series Kämpfer as Sakura Kaede[7] (who unlike her previous roles, she fight for the person who love, but still retains its characteristic tenderness), while representing Chiho and Chise Mihara in Kobato. At the end of 2009, Nakajima voiced Ranka Lee in the first movie of the Macross Frontier franchise, Macross Frontier the Movie: The False Songstress (マクロスF 虚空歌姫~イツワリノウタヒメ~, Macross Frontier Gekijō-ban ~Itsuwari no Utahime~?). . In 2010, Nakajima played a Lyra, a celestial spirit that belongs to Lucy Heartfilia in the Fairy Tail series. In February 2011, Nakajima returned to the movie screen to voice Ranka Lee in the second Macross Frontier movie, Macross Frontier the Movie: The Wings of Goodbye (マクロスF 恋離飛翼~サヨナラノツバサ~, Macross Frontier Gekijō-ban ~Sayonara no Tsubasa~?).

On December 2, 2013, Stardust Promotion announced that Nakajima will go on an indefinite hiatus from her music career after the release of her last album Thank You and her final concert on March 20, 2014, although she will continue to be active in the voice-acting industry.[8]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Seikan Hikō[edit]

"Seikan Hikō"
Single by Megumi Nakajima = Ranka Lee
ReleasedJune 25, 2008 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35029)
GenreJ-Pop
Length19:23
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
-"Seikan Hikō"
(2008)
"Lion"
(2008)
Music video
"Seikan Hikō TV Size" on YouTube

"Seikan Hikō" was the first single from Megumi Nakajima as Ranka Lee's character, and the debut song of Ranka in the series; contains two cover of Lynn Minmay (Mari Iijima); Ai Oboete Imasu ka (reproduced in deculture edition chapter and 12 of the series as ending teme and 18 as insert song) and Watashi no Kare wa Pilot (insert song chapter 4 Miss Macross), also contains own songs of Megumi = Ranka as Neko Nikki (insert song in chapters 9 and 12, and fifth ending theme in chapter 11). This single debuted at number 5 on Oricon Dailies[9]

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Seikan Hikō (星間飛行?) [Interstellar Flight]"  Takashi MatsumotoYoko KannoYoko Kanno3:54
2."Neko Nikki (ねこ日記?) [Cat Diary]"  Hiroshi IchikuraYoko KannoYoko Kanno4:20
3."Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Deculture Edition size) (愛・おぼえていますか (デカルチャーエディションsize)?) [Do You Remember Love? (Deculture Edition size)]"  Kazumi YasuiKazuhiko KatoYoko Kanno2:41
4."Watashi no Kare wa Pilot -MISS MACROSS 2059- (私の彼はパイロット?) [My Boyfriend is a Pilot]"  Akane AsaKentarō HanedaYoko Kanno, Hisaaki Hokari1:56
5."Seikan Hikō (without Ranka)"   Yoko KannoYoko Kanno3:53
6."Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Deculture Edition size without Ranka)"   Kazuhiko KatoYoko Kanno2:39
Total length:
19:23

Lion[edit]

"Lion"
Single by May'n =Sheryl Nome and Megumi Nakajima = Ranka Lee
from the album May'n☆Street ;I Love You
ReleasedAugust 20, 2008 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35033)
GenreJ-Pop
Length20:42
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Seikan Hikō"
(2008)
"Lion"
(2008)
"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
(2008)

"Lion" was the second single from Megumi Nakajima as Ranka Lee also possesses the songs: Lion who plays with May'n (third opening of the series, chapters 18 to 24) and Northern Cross was the seventh song to appear as the ending theme and the second most predominant (Chapters 16, 17, 18, 22, 23 and 24)

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."Lion (ライオン?)"  Gabriela RobinMay'n & Megumi Nakajima5:06
2."Northern Cross (ノーザンクロス?)"  Yūho Iwasato, Gabriela RobinMay'n5:18
3."Lion (without vocal)"    5:06
4."Northern Cross (without vocal)"    5:12
Total length:
20:42

Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado.[edit]

"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
Single by Megumi Nakajima and Kenta Miyake
ReleasedDecember 24, 2008 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35043)
GenreJ-Pop
Length7:12
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Lion"
(2008)
"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
(2008)
"Tenshi ni Naritai"
(2008)

"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado" is the third single from Megumi Nakajima as Ranka, was released after the conclusion of the Macross Frontier TV series, and features the participation of Kenta Miyake = Bobby Margot, and performs a cover of the songs SMS Shōtai no Uta in duet (sung by several voice actors in the anime), and a cover of Watashi no Kare wa Pilot performed by Bobby (originally performed by Mari Iijima). Arrangements: track1=Yoko Kanno, track2=Yoko Kanno, Hisaaki Hokari

No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta (ランカとボビーのSMS小隊の歌?) [Ranka and Bobby's SMS Platoon Theme]"  Eiji KurokawaYoko KannoMegumi Nakajima=Ranka Lee & Kenta Miyake=Bobby Margot1:01
2."Bobby no Watashi no Kare wa Pilot ~ Mōsō no Kare mo Pilot (ボビーの私の彼はパイロット~妄想の彼もパイロット?) [Bobby's My Boyfriend is a Pilot ~ The Delusional Guy is Also a Pilot]"  Akane AsaKentarō HanedaKenta Miyake=Bobby Margot2:38
3."Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta (Karaoke)"   Yoko Kanno 1:01
4."Bobby no Watashi no Kare wa Pilot ~ Mōsō no Kare mo Pilot (Karaoke)"   Kentarō Haneda 2:32
Total length:
7:12

Tenshi ni Naritai[edit]

"Tenshi ni Naritai"
Single by Megumi Nakajima
ReleasedJanuary 28, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35060)
GenreJ-Pop
Length18:29
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
(2008)
"Tenshi ni Naritai"
(2009)
"Nostalgia"
(2009)

Tenshi ni Naritai (天使 に なりたい?)[10] is her fourth single, but was the first launched by Nakajima Megumi who was not represented by an anime character; prior to its release, released as digital download songs Tenshi ni Naritai, Pine and Be Myself in Japan mora[11] stores. Tenshi ni Naritai as was the most "requested", this was chosen as the A-side of the CD, the others spent the B-side. When it published the single also included a new song "(Kari) Dajaren no Outa". This single debuted at number 12 on Oricon Dailies.[12]

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Tenshi ni Naritai (天使になりたい?) [I Wanna Be an Angel]"  HaruyukiShigenaga RyōsukeRyo4:28
2."Be Myself"  HaruyukiFujisawa YoshimasaFujisawa Yoshimasa4:50
3."Pine (パイン?)"  HaruyukiHaruyukiKeita Kawaguchi4:17
4."(Kari) Dajare no O-uta ((仮)ダジャレのお歌?) [(Temporary) Dajare's Song]"  MaluMaluHideo Akari, Minoriko OkamotoKoji Miyashita4:54
Total length:
18:29

Nostalgia[edit]

"Nostalgia"
Single by Megumi Nakajima
ReleasedMarch 11, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35066) ;CD+DVD (VTZL-9)
GenreJ-Pop
Length23:05
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Tenshi ni Naritai"
(2009)
"Nostalgia"
(2009)
"nO limiT"
(2009)
Music video
"Nostalgia Special PV" on YouTube

Nostalgia was her second single as Nakajima Megumi and the fifth of her career, this included two original songs of Mamegu (Nostalgia and Shining on), and a Mari Iijima's cover of the song Tenshi no Enogu, who was chosen by the fans (with 1,058 votes) in February 2009, in a special site showed up on the Macross Frontier official website which featured a poll for Macross, which song do you want covered by Ranka Lee?,[13] which had other songs, such as My Friends (second with 721 votes), Totsugeki Love Heart (突撃ラブハート?) (in third place with 508 votes), Voices (in fourth place with 431 votes) and Shao Pai Long (小白竜?) [Little White Dragon] in last place with 355 votes. Nostalgia and Tenshi ni Naritai singles was used as the theme song for the 2008 adaption of the drama Daisuki! Itsutsugo. Following the launch of the single, this was accompanied by a DVD containing two tracks, 1.Making and 2.Tenshi ni Naritai (天使 に なりたい?) [I Wanna Be an Angel] (PV).[14] This single debuted at # 10 on Oricon Dailies.[15]

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Nostalgia (ノスタルジア?)"  HaruyukiShigenaga RyōsukeKeita Kawaguchi4:20
2."Shining on"  Kato KanakoShigenaga RyōsukeKoji Miyashita4:54
3."Tenshi no Enogu (天使の絵の具?) [Paint of Angels]"  Mari IijimaMari IijimaYasushi Sakurai4:03
4."Nostalgia (Piano Ver.)"   Shigenaga RyōsukeIppei Haino5:31
5."Nostalgia (Instrumental)"   Shigenaga RyōsukeKeita Kawaguchi4:17
Total length:
23:05

No Limit[edit]

"No Limit"
Single by Megumi Nakajima, Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami
ReleasedMay 29, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (PCCG-70053)
GenreJ-Pop
Length17:36
LabelPony Canyon
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Nostalgia"
(2009)
"No Limit"
(2009)
"Running on"
(2009)

"No Limit"[16] was the first single from the group Eclipse of the Basquash! series integrating by: Rouge (Haruka Tomatsu), Violette (Saori Hayami) and Citron (Nakajima Megumi) as the leader. And the sixth single from Megumi; nO limiT was used as the opening theme (episodes 2 to 13 and 22 as the insert song), and moon pasport was used as insert song in the same anime. Arrangements: track1=Yoshihiro Kusano, track2=Funta7

No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."No Limit"  Miki FujisueMiki FujisueMegumi Nakajima with Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami4:30
2."moon passport"  Funta7, KKFunta3Megumi Nakajima with Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami4:19
3."nO limiT (off vocal)"   Miki Fujisue 4:30
4."moon passport (off vocal)"   Funta3 4:17
Total length:
17:36

Running on[edit]

"Running on"
Single by Megumi Nakajima, Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami
ReleasedJune 17, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (PCCG-00960)
GenreJ-Pop
Length22:53
LabelPony Canyon
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"No Limit"
(2009)
"Running on"
(2009)
"Futari no Yakusoku"
(2009)

Running on[17] is the seventh single from Megumi and second of the group Eclipse of the Basquash! series, it contains the songs Running on (which was used as insert song), and also features solo versions of their debut single, "No Limit". This solo versions sparked many disputes between the followers of the voice actors, by reason of who was the best singer, but not step over. Arrangements: track1= Okumoto Akira, track2=Yoshihiro Kusano

No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Running on"  Miura SeijiMiki FujisueMegumi Nakajima with Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami4:42
2."No Limit Rouge starring Haruka Tomatsu (No Limit Rouge starring 戸松遥?)"  Miki FujisueMiki FujisueHaruka Tomatsu4:30
3."No Limit Citron starring Nakajima Megumi (nO limiT Citron starring 中島愛?)"  Miki FujisueMiki FujisueNakajima Megumi4:30
4."No Limit Violette starring Saori Hayami (nO limiT Violette starring 早見沙織?)"  Miki FujisueMiki FujisueSaori Hayami4:30
5."Running on (off vocal version)"   Miki Fujisue 4:41
Total length:
22:53

Futari no Yakusoku[edit]

"Futari no Yakusoku"
Single by Megumi Nakajima, Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami
ReleasedAugust 19, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (PCCG-70054)
GenreJ-Pop
Length19:44
LabelPony Canyon
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Running on"
(2009)
"Futari no Yakusoku"
(2009)
"One Way Ryō Omoi"
(2009)
Music video
"Futari no Yakusoku TV Size" on YouTube

"Futari no Yakusoku" (二人の約束?)[18] (Our Promise) was the last single released by Eclipse, and the eighth of Nakajima, presents the songs Futari no Yakusoku that was used as the ending theme (chapters 13 to 23 and 25-26), and the song Hoshi Watari performed only by Mamegu (Citron), and this was used as ending theme in chapter 24, when Dan and his friends travel to the moon by the power of the ruins of the legend with this song. Arrangements: track1=Yoshihiro Kusano, track2=Conisch

No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Futari no Yakusoku (二人の約束?) [Our Promise]"  Megumi SenaMiki FujisueMegumi Nakajima with Haruka Tomatsu and Saori Hayami5:01
2."Hoshi Watari (ホシワタリ?) [Stars Ferry]"  Megumi SenaMiki FujisueCitron starring Nakajima Megumi4:53
3."Futari no Yakusoku (off vocal)"   Miki Fujisue 5:01
4."Hoshi Watari (off vocal)"   Miki Fujisue 4:49
Total length:
19:44

One Way Ryō Omoi[edit]

"One Way Ryō Omoi"
Single by Megumi Nakajima and Marina Inoue
ReleasedNovember 11, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (LACM-4662)
GenreJ-Pop
Length18:51
LabelBandai
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Futari no Yakusoku"
(2009)
"One Way Ryō Omoi"
(2009)
"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku"
(2009)
Music video
"One Way Ryō Omoi TV Size" on YouTube

"One Way Ryō Omoi" (ワン ウェイ 両 想い?)[19] (One Way Love) is the second single of the series Kämpfer, but the ninth of Megumi, involved in this CD Marina Inoue (as Seno Natsuru) and Megumi Nakajima (as Sakura Kaede), the song One Ryō Omoi Way is used as the ending theme of the series, the second track is Tatakae Mora Rhythm and the third track track One Way Ryō Omoi -unstoppable delusion ≒ impulse-, is a remix arranged by Yoshihisa xxyoshixx Fujita. Arrangements: track1=Takahiro Ando, track2=Akira Takada

No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."One Way Ryō Omoi (ワンウェイ両想い?) [One Way Love]"  Saori KodamaTashiro TomokazuMegumi Nakajima=Sakura Kaede & Marina Inoue=Seno Natsuru3:43
2."Tatakae Mora Rhythm (タタカエ☆モラリズム?) [Fight! Mora Rhythm]"  Saori KodamaTashiro TomokazuMegumi Nakajima=Sakura Kaede & Marina Inoue=Seno Natsuru4:05
3."One Way Ryō Omoi -unstoppable delusion ≒ impulse- (ワンウェイ両想い -unstoppable delusion ≒ impulse-?)"    Megumi Nakajima=Sakura Kaede & Marina Inoue=Seno Natsuru7:23
4."One Way Ryō Omoi (instrumental)"   Tashiro Tomokazu 3:40
Total length:
18:51

Jellyfish no Kokuhaku[edit]

"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku"
Single by Megumi Nakajima
ReleasedDecember 09, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35100)
GenreJ-Pop
Length18:16
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"One Way Ryō Omoi"
(2009)
"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku"
(2009)
"CM Ranka"
(2009)

"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku" (ジェリーフィッシュ の 告白?)[20] (Confession of a Jellyfish) is the third single from Megumi Nakajima who is not represented by an anime character, and tenth in her career; presents the songs Jellyfish no Kokuhaku used as ending theme in the Kobato[21] series and Hi no Ataru Heya. This single debuted at number 12 on Oricon Dailies.[22]

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Jellyfish no Kokuhaku (ジェリーフィッシュの告白?) [Confession of a Jellyfish]"  Yuho IwasatoDan MiyakawaDan Miyakawa4:13
2."Hi no Ataru Heya (陽のあたるへや?) [Room Facing the Sun]"  Dan MiyakawaDan MiyakawaDan Miyakawa4:57
3."Jellyfish no Kokuhaku (w/o megumi)"   Dan MiyakawaDan Miyakawa4:13
4."Hi no Ataru Heya (w/o megumi)"   Dan MiyakawaDan Miyakawa4:53
Total length:
18:16

CM Ranka[edit]

"CM Ranka"
Single by Ranka Lee=Nakajima Megumi ; ランカ・リー=中島愛
ReleasedDecember 16, 2009 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35089)
GenreJ-Pop
Length13:10
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku"
(2009)
"CM Ranka"
(2009)
"Melody"
(2010)

"CM Ranka" (CM ランカ?)[23] is the fourth single from Megumi Nakajima as Ranka Lee, but eleven of her career, this single contains songs sung by Megumi in the movie Gekijōban Macross Frontier: Itsuwari no Utahime, the song Sō Da Yo was used as ending theme of the movie, from second to seventh track are songs of commercials sung by Ranka in the movie, except Ninjin loves you yeah!. The eighth track on the CD was confirmed on the official website of Flying Dog.[24] This CD contains two songs written by Shōji Kawamori himself, under the alias of Eiji Kurokawa (黒河影次?).[25] The song "Family Mart Cosmos" is used in Family Mart convenience stores in addition to the film.[26] This single debuted at number 5 on Oricon Dailies[27]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No.TitleLyricsLength
1."Sō Da Yo. (そうだよ。?) [It Is So.]"  Maaya Sakamoto / Gabriela Robin4:01
2."Starlight Nattō (スターライト納豆?) [Starlight Fermented Soybeans]"  Hiroshi Ichikura1:49
3."Dynam Chōgōkin (ダイナム超合金?) [Dynam Toy Brand]"  Eiji Kurokawa1:32
4."Kaitaku Jūki (開拓重機?) [Reclamation Heavy Machinery]"  Hiroshi Ichikura1:19
5."Daruma Seminar (だるまゼミナール?) [Daruma Doll Seminar]"  Hiroshi Ichikura0:42
6."Ninjin loves you yeah! (ニンジーン loves you yeah!?) [Carrots loves you yeah!]"  Hiroshi Ichikura1:03
7."Family Mart Cosmos (ファミリーマート・コスモス?)"  Hiroshi Ichikura1:41
8."Koi no Dogfight (Chotto Dake) (恋のドッグファイト(ちょっとだけ)?) [Love’s Dog Fight (Just a Little Bit)]"  Eiji Kurokawa1:03
Total length:
13:10

Melody[edit]

"Melody"
Single by Megumi Nakajima
ReleasedNovember 24, 2010 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35096)
GenreJ-Pop
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"CM Ranka"
(2009)
"Melody"
(2010)
"Hōkago Overflow"
(2011)

"Melody" (メロディ?)[28] is the fourth single from Megumi Nakajima who is not represented by an anime character, and the twelfth in her career; presents the song Melody used as ending theme to first volume of OVA Tamayura[29] series, and the songs Natsudori used as second ending theme and Naisho no Hanashi used as insert song.

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Melody (メロディ?)"  Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi Kitagawa 
2."Natsudori (夏鳥?) [Summer Bird]"  Sugimori MaiSugimori MaiNobuyuki Shimizu 
3."Naisho no Hanashi (ナイショのはなし?) [Secret Conversation]"  Nakajima Megumi / Nishi NaokiMina KubotaMina Kubota 
4."Melody -without megumi-"   Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi Kitagawa 
5."Natsudori -without megumi-"   Sugimori MaiNobuyuki Shimizu 
6."Naisho no Hanashi -without megumi-"   Mina KubotaMina Kubota 

Hōkago Overflow[edit]

"Hōkago Overflow"
Single by Megumi Nakajima = Ranka Lee, and May'n = Sheryl Nome
ReleasedJanuary 25, 2011 (Japan)
FormatCD (VTCL-35111)
GenreJ-Pop
LabelVictor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Melody"
(2010)
"Hōkago Overflow"
(2011)

"Hōkago Overflow" (放課後オーバーフロウ?) is the second single release from Ranka Lee of anime series "Macross Frontier." Includes B-side "Get it on-flying rock" sung with Sheryl,[30] Hōkago Overflow is the second official single of Ranka after Seikan Hikō,[31] this song has been used for promotion the new film Gekijōban Macross F: Sayonara no Tsubasa.

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."Hōkago Overflow (放課後オーバーフロウ?) [After-school Overflow]"  Gabriela RobinRanka Lee = Megumi Nakajima 
2."Get it on - flying rock"  Tim Jensen, Gabriela RobinRanka Lee = Megumi Nakajima / Sheryl Nome starring May'n 
3."Hōkago Overflow (w/o ranka lee)"     
4."Get it on - flying rock (w/o sheryl nome & ranka lee)"     

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."After-school Overflow"  Gabriela RobinRanka Lee = Megumi Nakajima 
2."Get it on - flying rock"  Tim Jensen, Gabriela RobinRanka Lee = Megumi Nakajima / Sheryl Nome starring May'n 
3."Hōkago Overflow (w/o ranka lee)"     
4."Get it on - flying rock (w/o sheryl nome & ranka lee)"     

Compilation / soundtracks[edit]

Macross Frontier O.S.T.1 Nyan FRO.[edit]

Macross Frontier O.S.T.2 Nyan TRA☆[edit]

Macross Frontier Vocal Collection Nyan Tama[edit]

Idol Attack![edit]

Iki o Shiteru Kanjiteiru[edit]

Kämpfer Character Song Album[edit]

Digital downloads[edit]

DVDs & Blu-ray[edit]

Voice acting roles[edit]

Anime[edit]

Original Video Animation[edit]

Movies[edit]

Games[edit]

Vocaloid[edit]

She is the voice provider for Gumi Megpoid/Megpoid, a popular voice synthesizer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 中島 愛 オフィシャル・ウェブサイト -Megumi Nakajima Official Web Site
  2. ^ まめぐめも
  3. ^ Victor Vocal & Voice Audition
  4. ^ Macross F (Frontier) Unveiled at Macross 25th Anniversary Concert
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