While it was somehow disappointing that the songs were almost unchanged from her previous two thanksgiving concerts, the improvements and slight changes they made to the music and the overall performance made this event a must watch for every Vocaloid fan.
|Tell Your World feat. Hatsune Miku|
|Po Pi Po (Vegetable Juice) feat. Hatsune Miku|
|Puzzle feat. Hatsune Miku|
|Kodoku no Hate (The End of Solitude) feat. Kagamine Rin|
|Migikata no Chou (Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder) feat. Kagamine Len|
|Just Be Friends feat. Megurine Luka|
|Promise feat. Kagamine Rin and Hatsune Miku|
|World’s End Dancehall feat. Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka|
Ura-Omote Lovers (Two-Faced Lovers) feat. Hatsune Miku
The dance moves she performed during this song is different compared to her previous concerts. She now uses her moves from the videogame, Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Extend (PSP). I'm not sure about the length of the song but I think they used the extended version as well since the song kinda felt longer. Her new dance steps were adorable and I love it a lot!
Migikata no Chou (Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder) feat. Kagamine Len
His previous performances were shared with his twin sister, Rin, but now he does this song solo. I'm kinda sad to not see the twins together since I loved their mirrored dance performance but I guess Len deserves the spotlight at least once in this event. His moves were also taken from the videogame, Hatsune Miku Project DIVA 2nd (PSP).
Magnet feat. Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka
They added bloody saxophones to the friggin music!! Everyone knows how sexy the music sax creates. So, yeah! Miku and Luka was singing on stage about their forbidden love with each other, then BOOM! Saxophone solo!! It kinda felt like watching musical porn or something, eargasms everywhere. Quite an upgrade I must say.
Kodoku no Hate (The End of Solitude) feat. Kagamine Rin
Rin performs this song with a guitar. What's so good about this is that she's not just banging on the guitar pretending to play it while singing, she actually looks like she's playing something. A nice touch added by SEGA that makes the concert feel more LIVE despite the fact that the singer's actions were all pre-rendered and their voice were pre-recorded.
Puzzle feat. Hatsune Miku
Similar to the previous entry, Miku performs this song with a guitar and plays them along as she sings. I really liked this song of hers and with the added guitar plus the extended music really made it feel different. They must've motion captured someone playing the guitar to make it look this realistic. I'm not a guitar expert but I think her guitar is a Fender Stratocaster. Just compare it to the image below.
|Goddamn it! I want this guitar now!|
Presenting the band on Hatsune Miku's 39's Giving Day 2010