Watashi no Kare wa Pilot

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私の彼はパイロット (Part I)
Watashi no Kare wa Pilot (Part I)
私の彼はパイロット (Part I).png
Uta Macross Info
Attribute Love.png Love
Difficulty 3 / 8 / 13 / 17 / 22
Length 61-70 seconds
Stage Boss Nousjadeul-Ger
Series Super Dimension Fortress Macross
Unlock Condition Unlocked by default
Lv. 5 Limiter Song DYNAMITE EXPLOSION
Song Info and Credits
Artist Mari Iijima
Year 1982
Lyrics Akane Asa
Composition Kentarou Haneda
Arrangement Kentarou Haneda


私の彼はパイロット (Watashi no Kare wa Pairotto lit. My Boyfriend Is a Pilot?) is an insert for the Super Dimension Fortress Macross TV series. The song is an insert sung by Lynn Minmay as she performs this song in the original Miss Macross Contest. The song is typically split into 2 parts: one for each verse. Both verses allude to the struggle of Minmay's relationship with Hikaru who ended up becoming a Spacy pilot.

In-depth Info

Note Density
Difficulty 0-10 s 11-20 s 21-30 s 31-40 s 41-50 s 51-60 s 61-70 s Total
4 Lanes
Easy 6 10 9 25 18 16 10 94
Normal 11 20 21 34 24 23 14 147
Hard 25 36 34 46 35 33 21 230
Very Hard 32 51 51 64 59 55 38 350
Extreme 52 65 74 73 73 74 50 461
6 Lanes
Hard+ 25 33 37 46 42 40 21 244
Very Hard+ 36 55 47 64 57 56 38 353
Extreme+ 49 64 61 70 71 70 48 433
Valkyrie Mode Interval: 31 - 48 s


Song Level 5 Unlocking
Character Freyja Mikumo Kaname Reina Makina Ranka Sheryl Mylene Basara Minmay
Corresponding
Character
?? ?? Minmay ?? ?? Kaname Makina Reina Ranka ??
Lv. 5 Limiter Song - DYNAMITE EXPLOSION

Trivia

  • The trail of lights coming from the performing diva's hands when drawing their "Love" sign are in the color associated with them.
    • Because Basara is unable to draw and play the guitar at the same time, he raises his arm and cues fireworks to explode in the sky.
  • The tower in the background of this event version of this song is actually a real location in Tokyo called the Tokyo Skytree.
    • This song was released on Uta Macross to tie-in with a Macross themed event held at the Tokyo Skytree.

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