Hatsune Miku × Sony Xperia Music Video Unveiled




The glorious Hatsune Miku‘s collaboration with Sony smartphone brand Xperia has resulted in a music video featuring the song “Voices” as part of the event, likely currying much favor with the Vocaloid loving demographic.

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  • Reo commented on August 7, 2016 04:12

    They did it in Xperia old series. And that was limited.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 5, 2016 11:00

    Yeah, i still have my old docomo xperia A... More

ME! ME! ME! Chronic: “ME! ME! ME! Returns!”


The sexually stimulating and highly debated ME! ME! ME! has made a return of sorts in the form of the Japan Animator Expo’s latest animation “ME! ME! ME! Chronic“; a remix that features abstract visual effects and an altered soundtrack that some have found to be rather pointless considering it contributes nothing new to the fabled piece.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 9, 2015 22:09

    Videos are dead already? wow... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 7, 2015 22:25

    already downloaded :3... More

Don’t Say Indy 3D


‘Don’t say Indy’, the MAD remixed version of K-ON! ending tune ‘Don’t Say Lazy’, has proven to be exceedingly popular. Soon enough a version using 3D computer graphics was spawned, though with Daler Mehndi the results are somewhat different…

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  • Anon commented on July 18, 2009 11:11

    cause tunak tunak tun makes everything better* fixed... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 8, 2009 03:10

    LoL Backbeard?... More

So-ran Bushi vs K-ON!


For some inexplicable reason, mixing together K-ON!’s “Don’t Say ‘Lazy'”, ” and a traditional Japanese folk song has proven hugely popular, nearly having reached two hundred thousand views, and is actually quite good.

You should view it below:

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  • Anonymous commented on December 18, 2009 09:24

    Western comment: leave K-On! alone. Is nice the way it is!... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 12, 2009 13:27

    sounds more like a power rangers intro to me...... More

Hatsune Miku: Meltdown


Kagamine Rin’s classic “Meltdown” MAD recieves yet another remix. This time sung by none other then fellow Vocaloid Idol Hatsune Miku.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 12, 2009 13:12

    Um...I'm presuming that they mean "where IS your reactor"...maybe "WHAT is your reactor" perhaps lol... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 12, 2009 13:09

    Wrong,love the original rin version for it's ambience.Its Rin's voice that makes the song what it is,since Miku's is much more sharper especially when it reaches the high pitched areas... More

Electric Organ Frontier


An extremely skilled organ player, known only as Miko, has put forth her own rendition of Macross Frontier’s 2nd opening theme “Lion”.

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  • Anonymous commented on April 14, 2010 09:08

    She's good at what she does but I prefer an actual piano to an electric one.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 26, 2009 05:33

    Playing On the Organ gives this song an epic touch. Combine it with some cutscene from Final Fantasy "War of th Lion" and u got a new AMV^^... More

Violin Meltdown

The classic Kagamine Rin song and accompanying MAD “Meltdown” gets an intriguing violin reworking by an anonymous Nico violin master, the same who brought us Night of Violins

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  • Anonymous commented on October 23, 2009 08:16

    As sensors keep rolling out in their varied forms and under the power of varied service providers and system owners, there's this ominous sense that someday soon, we may ... More

  • Draken commented on August 22, 2009 09:48

    I agrree with the last anonymous ^_^... More

Vocaloid Reincarnation – Ghost in the Shell


This is the signature tune to the original Ghost in the Shell movie, 謡Ⅲ~REINCARNATION / Utai III Reincarnation, by the esteemed anime composer Kenji Kawai, and hauntingly styled on a Noh chant; however, it has here been given a rather interesting Vocaloid workover, with singing provided by Meiko and Ren.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 22, 2012 07:19

    I was wondering when someone was gonna do this. Now what about Macross Plus with Sharron Apple?... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 14, 2011 07:59

    yeah, it was kinda impressive for those two. was done well. I would like to hear how Megurine Luka does it.... More


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