恋・罠・虹フランドール

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Love・Trap・Rainbow Flandre

Love・Trap・Rainbow Flandre album cover

Album by pikapika
Released

2017-05-07 (Reitaisai 14)

Tracks

21

Length

??:??

Genre

Vocal, Rock, Electronic, Pop, Metal, Jazz, Acoustic, Eurobeat

Website

Link

恋・罠・虹フランドール banner.jpg

Love・Trap・Rainbow Flandre (恋・罠・虹フランドール Koi・wana・nijifurandoru) is a doujin album by pikapika released on 2017-05-07 (Reitaisai 14). It features vocal arrangements of themes from Embodiment of Scarlet Devil.

The album is themed around Flandre Scarlet and overwhelming features arrangements of themes associated with her in addition to a small handful of others. A promotional video was created for the albums opening track "少女フランドール" and was uploaded by 飛花 to niconico, it can be view here (requires account).

Staff

Arrangement
あるす (Satellite Himawari)
イコ (ico, 深夜放送)
nmk (DTXFiles.nmk)
華飯 (the Psalm of Dreamers)
白猫
高留 (GIRLSICK)
takenoko (idler)
つきいち (Retractable)
テヅカ (※論理について。)
DJ Tom
松浦 (MatsuYani)
manate (anagram)
都屋 (Vorne Schwore)
餅屋 (dat file records)
もちとん (mochi_season)
ユキ (SNOW BLUE)
Lyrics & Vocals
飛花
Lyrics (Track 17)
麻宮ミヤネ (ヘルガプリズン)
Production & Design
飛花
Illustration
あじ (twitter)
Title Logo
イコ (ico, 深夜放送)
Mastering
takenoko (idler)

Tracks

Notes

  1. Track 05 "Let's play a game" is a re-recording of a track originally featured on BABy,LoLLiPoP (2013)
  2. Track 08 "Immortal" is a re-recording of a track originally featured on Chocolate Pain (2012).
  3. Track 12 "デウスエクスマキナ RainTranceRemix" is a remix of the track "デウス・エクス・マキナ" from デウス・エクス・マキナ (2015).
  4. Track 13 "アコースティックレイン" is a re-recording of a track originally featured on アコースティックレイン (2012)
  5. Track 19 "おもちゃのゆめ" is a re-recording of a track originally featured on ワールド・エンド・ファナティック (2014)