11 Water

11 Water

Hello! Project shuffle units

Les Hello! Project shuffle units (シャッフルユニット, shaffuru yunitto, "groupes mélangés") sont des groupes de Jpop temporaires créés chaque année entre 2000 et 2005 le temps d'une chanson, mélangeant les soloistes et membres des divers groupes du Hello! Project. Chaque année un thème différent sert d'illustration aux noms et aux chansons, toutes de styles variés. Les trois premières années, les trois groupes sont en compétition en sortant chacun leur propre single. Puis à partir de 2003, les ventes déclinant, les chansons sont regroupées sur un même maxi-single. Jusqu'en 2004 inclus, quasiment tous les membres du Hello! Project participent, puis seulement une douzaine pour la dernière édition en 2005.


2000: les groupes "colorés"

Akagumi 4

Kiiro 5

Aoiro 7

2001: les groupes "festifs"

3-nin Matsuri

7-nin Matsuri

10-nin Matsuri

2002: les groupe "joyeux"

Happy 7

Sexy 8

Odoru 11

2003: les groupes "élémentaires"

Salt 5

7 Air

11 Water

2004: le groupe "scolaire"

H.P. All Stars

2005: les groupes "élegants"


Sexy Otonajan

Puripuri Pink


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