YNGWIE MALMSTEEN To Guest On New Single From Japanese Female Idol Group MOMOIRO CLOVER Z

May 17, 2014

Legendary Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen will guest on "Moretsu Uchu Kokyokyoku. Dai Nana Gakusho 'Mugen no Ai'" (Emperor Style), the upcoming digital single from the Japanese female idol group MOMOIRO CLOVER Z.

The original version of the song, "Moretsu Uchu Kokyokyoku - Dai-Shichi Gakusho 'Mugen no Ai'" (Extreme Space Symphony's Movement VII "Infinite Love"), which featured former MEGADETH guitarist — and longtime Japan resident — Marty Friedman (hear audio below),was made available in Japan in March 2012, and was featured as the OP theme song in "Bodacious Space Pirates", the 2012 anime television series adaptation of "Miniskirt Space Pirates", a Japanese light novel series written by Yūichi Sasamoto.

"Moretsu Uchu Kokyokyoku. Dai Nana Gakusho 'Mugen no Ai'" (Emperor Style) is being used to promote the film adaptation of "Miniskirt Space Pirates", titled "Bodacious Space Pirates: Abyss Of Hyperspace", which was released in Japanese theaters on February 22.

"Moretsu Uchu Kokyokyoku. Dai Nana Gakusho 'Mugen no Ai'" (Emperor Style) will be released on June 4, and will also be used to promote Nihon TV's The 34th Annual All Japan High School Quiz Championship during the summer.


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