[GENERAL] The SKE48 Thread

Discussion in 'General SKE48 Discussion' started by RocketStarLauncher, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. marioworldakb

    marioworldakb Kenkyuusei

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  2. Furukawa_Akane

    Furukawa_Akane Kenkyuusei

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    Anyone got a setlist for the midnight stage? I know most of the songs but the first two... either that or I've forgotten them
     
  3. Tuhis

    Tuhis Kenkyuusei

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    Sailor fuku wo nugasanaide and Yaritagariya-san?
     
  4. Furukawa_Akane

    Furukawa_Akane Kenkyuusei

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    Tbf, I just found out that We're All In This Together was already covered in Japanese by a group called AAA so they're covering the cover in a sense.
     
  5. Kiarararara

    Kiarararara Kenkyuusei

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    SKE at T-Spook Halloween event last weekend.

     
  6. Kiarararara

    Kiarararara Kenkyuusei

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    Recently there has been a trend in Twitter #SKE各期の推し挙げてけ, or ''Tell me your oshi in each of SKE gen''. It went like this.

    1期
    2期
    3期
    4期
    5期
    6期
    D1
    7期
    D2
    8期

    So far among the girls themselves we have had Aiai, Airi, Oochan, Ayuka, Naruu replying. Most of the girls are 7D2 so naturally they just come up with loving everyone or writing their own name (Aiai) when it comes to their gen. Interesting things include: Oochan wrote ''everyone'' for all gen and said she was a DD; Aiai wrote Airin for 2nd gen and Airin herself replied; Suuchan joined and asked why there was no transferred member. Then lastly Naruu trolled the tag by leaving blank spaces at all gen except for gen 2 and put Abiru Riho there [hehe]
     
  7. patapataful

    patapataful Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    Considering that every sistergroup is releasing something (single or album) by the end of the year, SKE48 will have the same pleasure to release a single:(
     
  8. Tuhis

    Tuhis Kenkyuusei

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    I don’t mind what they release as long as there is a handshake event during my next trip to .jp.
     
  9. Chrissel

    Chrissel Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    Exactly my thoughts xD So for me a release around February/March would be perfect ^^
     
  10. rka

    rka Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    I just realized that Team S has lost seven members this year:
    Yakata Miki
    Noguchi Yume
    Azuma Rion
    Takeuchi Mai
    Futamura Haruka
    Oya Masana
    Goto Risako
    (+ Miyamae Ami last year).

    Its pretty amazing. The team was super stable for two years (only Yuka and Mieko left between April 2014 and April 2016; when it became Yakata Team S; and both were well over their expiration date :)), but half of Miyazawa Team S has gone by now. Its sad because - given all my bias - Miyazawa S was a really good team, one of the best ever.

    Conversely, 2016 was a bad year for Team E, whereas K2 seemingly has created a welcoming atmosphere in these two years :).
     
  11. Chrissel

    Chrissel Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    I'm pretty sure K2 will be the next one experiencing a graduation-wave, given all the seniors they have in their team. Still it's interesting (and sad) to see that seemingly graduations often hit single teams rather than happening random
     
  12. Tuhis

    Tuhis Kenkyuusei

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    Not really. You can often see it in the workplace. One goes, others start evaluating their situation and make decisions etc.
     
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