Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - Absolute King Rikkai feat. Live recording of the hit "Musical Prince of Tennis Abosolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku - First Service" performances held between December and January 2006 – 2007. Includes 15 completely new songs plus three additional songs with the complete Rikkai cast.
Musical Prince of Tennis. Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine. More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen. Side Fudomine ~Special Match~. The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen. Advancement Match Rokkaku. Absolute King Rikkai ~ First Service. This article is a list of the songs from Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ First Service. The soundtrack was realeased March 28, 2007. Must be Strong! Hijou no Tennis. Must be Strong! II. Kiken na Game. Next Album: Advancement Match Rokkaku feat. Hyotei Gakuen Soundtrack. Dream Live 4th Soundtrack.
ュージカル「テニスの王子様」Absolute King 立海 feat. Official Release Date. Video Game Soundtrack. Catalog No. NECA-30207.
King Records NECM-10033.
I have decided to consolidate all the Prince of Tennis music here for easy reference. This list will be updated whenever I have new uploads. I have decided to consolidate all the Prince of Tennis music here for easy reference. Note: All requests will be uploaded to SendSpace unless specified otherwise. Read this first if you are unable to download from Multiply!
Musical The Prince Of Tennis: Absolute King Rikkai Feat. Rokkaku ~ Second Service. aka. tenimyu, myuujikaru tenisu no oujisama absolute king rikkai feat. rokkaku ~ second service, テニミュ, ミュージカル「テニスの王子様」absolute king 立海 feat. musical tennis no oujisama 3rd season: seigaku vs rikkai. 2018 video jp. same setting.
P" letter soundtracks. The Prince of Tennis Original Soundtrack. Prince of Tennis Original Soundtrack, The Front (Small). Composed by. Taro Iwashiro, Yellow Cherry. Album was composed by Taro Iwashiro, Yellow Cherry and was released on May 12, 2006. Soundtrack consists of 30 tracks tracks with duration over. Album was released by Geneon Entertainment.
A guide page for the New Prince of Tennis' new mobile rhythm action game: RISING BEAT.
12 Absolute King Rikkai feat. 3 Dream Live 4th. 4 Absolute King Rikkai feat. 5 The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat. Special Notes: The original cast of this show had Kotaro Yanagi and Kimeru playing their respective roles of Ryoma Echizen and Shusuke Fuji, and Takashi Nagayama permanently replacing Yamazaki Ichitaro as Eiji Kikumaru. Less than two weeks before the premiere, Yanagi was involved in a car accident and hospitalized.