QUARTET NIGHT release previews and tracklist for upcoming duet drama CDs

Song previews and tracklist for QUARTET NIGHT‘s “Fiction” and “Non-Fiction” duet drama CDs are out.

QUARTET NIGHT are going to release two special duet + drama CDs this fall. “Fiction” (featuring Reiji and Ai) and “Non-fiction” (featuring Camus and Ranmaru) are scheduled to be released on 17/10/2018. Both CDs are going to be released in regular and limited editions.

The cover art is the following for “Fiction“:

Regular
Limited edition

The tracklist is the following:

1 - テーマソング「Fiction」
2 - Is the story Fiction? [DRAMA]
3 - Discord [DRAMA]
4 - Secret [DRAMA]
5 - Pain & Delight [DRAMA]
6 - テーマソング「Fiction」(off vocal)

A preview of “Fiction” is out.

The cover art is the following for “Non-Fiction“:

Regular edition
Limited edition

The tracklist is the following:

1 - テーマソング「Non-Fiction」
2 - Is the story Non-Fiction? [DRAMA]
3 - Trust [DRAMA]
4 - Conflict [DRAMA]
5 - Lie & Truth [DRAMA]
6 - テーマソング「Non-Fiction」(off vocal)

A preview of “Non-Fiction” is out.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD only
  • Limited: CD + special packaging + 2 can badges (with the characters featured on Fiction or Non-fiction)

On CDJAPAN those who purchase both “Fiction” and “Non-Fiction” CDs (at the same time regardless of the edition) will receive the following exclusive, first come, first served bonus: a can mirror (size: 76mm).

Fiction” and “Non-fiction” are available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

Uta no Prince-sama Duet Drama CD "Fiction" / Reiji Kotobuki (Showtaro Morikubo), Ai Mikaze (Shota Aoi)
Reiji Kotobuki (Showtaro Morikubo), Ai Mikaze (Shota Aoi)
Uta no Prince-sama Duet Drama CD "Fiction" / Reiji Kotobuki (Showtaro Morikubo), Ai Mikaze (Shota Aoi)
Reiji Kotobuki (Showtaro Morikubo), Ai Mikaze (Shota Aoi)
Uta no Prince-sama Duet Drama CD "Non-Fiction" / Ranmaru Kurosaki (Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Camus (Tomoaki Maeno)
Ranmaru Kurosaki (Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Camus (Tomoaki Maeno)
Uta no Prince-sama Duet Drama CD "Non-Fiction" / Ranmaru Kurosaki (Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Camus (Tomoaki Maeno)
Ranmaru Kurosaki (Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Camus (Tomoaki Maeno)

Source: Uta no Prince Sama official website

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.