Alisa Durbrow in ASKA’s 2000(?) music video for “goodtime.” She is there, I promise, but you don’t actually see her until about 3 minutes in.
Apparently Lana del Rey is a Sailor Moon/PGSM fan! This a demo version of “Lolita” featuring a music video she made herself. It has a few PGSM clips, mainly from the Special Act. So should any of you meet Lana del Rey in the future, you have an icebreaker other than “you’re so great; let’s talk about how great you are!”
Thanks seattleitefashionista for bringing this to my attention!
Music video from Chieko Kawabe’s first single, “Be Your Girl,” 2004.
Rina Koike starring in the new DOLL$BOXX music video for “Fragrance,” 2013. Yay all girl J-rock bands!
Rika Izumi in a new music video by UNIST, 2012! I’m really liking this agency change of hers. She’s doing so much more now!
For fuckyeahpgsmgirls: some caps of Azama Mew from the making of Arashi’s “Aozora Pedal” PV. :D
Thaaaaaaaaaank you! <3
Well, this is exciting. Mew Azama appeared in an Arashi music video! This is “Aozora Pedal” from 2006. There are three (?) girls in the PV, but thanks my shitty internet connection and the director’s strange insistence on focusing on Arashi (weirdo), I have a hard time picking her out. She’s definitely not the main girl (for some reason). I’m reasonably sure she’s wearing the pink shirt in the first scene and has her hair up in a yellow shirt for the second one, but I wouldn’t stake my life on it.
Anyway, this is yet another Arashi/PGSM girl crossover for us all to enjoy. I think Rika and Rina are the only ones left to be in a project with one of the boys, and it’s entirely possibly I’m forgetting something.
Prior to the formation of Last Reunion, Endo Yoshito was the frontman for a different J-rock band, Amber Dust. This is their music video for “My Answer,” 2006.
Endo Yoshito is currently the front man for the j-rock/screamo band “Last Reunion.” This is their music video for “God Speed Freedom,” 2011.
Chieko Kawabe’s video for “Sakura Kiss,” her last single, released in 2006 and featured as the opening theme for “Ouran Host Club.”