Becky: Densetsu no Starfy

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This article is about the CD, Becky: Densetsu no Starfy. For the tarento, see Becky. For the game, see Densetsu no Starfy.

The front cover of the CD case

Becky: Densetsu no Starfy (Japanese: ベッキ 伝説のスタフィー)[1], or Densetsu no Starfy: Becky, known on the side of the CD case as Densetsu no Starfy / BOYFRIEND'S ROOKIE (Japanese: 伝説のスタフィー / BOYFRIEND'S ROOKIE), also known online as Densetsu no Starfy c/w BOYFRIEND'S ROOKIE (Japanese: 伝説のスタフィー c/w BOYFRIEND'S ROOKIE), catalog number: TOCT-4413 is a CD released on April 9, 2002 at a recommended retail price of ¥1000. It was published by Toshiba EMI, who are now known as EMI Music Japan.

Along with merchandise such as the Nintendo Official Guidebook, the Densetsu no Starfy Trumps, stationary, stickers and the Big Starfy stuffed toy, it was sold as a tie-in to promote Nintendo/TOSE's Game Boy Advance game Densetsu no Starfy. The CD was also advertised through a music video on the Japanese television program Oha Suta: The Super Kids Station, in which Becky made a guest appearance on the show.

The CD contains Becky's rendition of the series Title Song (listed as "Densetsu no Starfy") as it appeared in at least two Japanese commercials of Densetsu no Starfy. The CD also contains a karaoke version of the same song, without the vocals. Also included on the CD is Becky's song Boyfriend's Rookie. The album was arranged by Kazunori Miyake and Kotaro Kubota.

Another CD used to promote Densetsu no Starfy 2 known as Starfy no Daibouken (Japanese: スタフィーの大冒険, literally Starfy's Great Adventure) was released on September 3, 2003. The lyricist was Saya Kazuki. While Starfy no Daibouken was licensed by Nintendo and TOSE, for unknown reasons it was not promoted through the Densetsu no Starfy 2 website.

The front of the CD

Composers

Tracklist

External links

References

  1. CD case label.