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Evil Timmy

I found this page on the company site: http://www.nbk.gr.jp/melody/
There's a WMA file that has the whole dang song. And if you poke around you can find ringers and themes for your DoCoMo phone!
I'll try to convert the WMA to MP3 and send it here.


Cool, thanks Evil Timmy!

Strange Interlude

A few minutes of googling uncovered this site, which also houses an mp3 of the NBK tune. I *think* it's just a straight-up mp3 that hasn't been converted from the WMA format or anything, so this may be the least lossy version we'll find.


I wonder if the NBK Rangers have ever met Kikkoman?

-- Strange Interlude


Kikko Man is another entertaining japanese coporate theme song:


found via http://www.livejournal.com/users/endswitha/


Yogatori, the creator of the kikkomaso.swf, says at his english website( http://yoga.at.infoseek.co.jp/index_e.html ) that there is no affiliation between Yogatori and Kikkoman corporation. Kikkoman(the hero) is separate from Kikkoman(the company) and belongs to 2-channel.

Heh, I hate to crack down like a copyright boogieman, but I just happened to read that at Yogatori's site.

The English Eurobeat version of NBK was also done by 2-channel members.


Spoof remix of the Nihon Break Kogyo Co song:



Here's a bunch of pertinent links: http://el30.sub.jp/archives/000556.html

Yorokobi no uta

This CD can be ordered in English.

I found the advertisement:http://www.infinite-record.com/rld/kikaku.htm
We record your works, such as the remix version of a "Japanese break industrial company song", and a flash movie, on a compilation album!! Please send a work to the following address after specifying your name and the address.

---Mailing registration of MO or CD-R---
Infinite Record (Manzo kikaku-2)
7-19-9, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023, JAPAN

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