Broccoli release previews of Unit 5 and Unit 6’s Special Unit Drama CDs

Broccoli released the tracklist, cover art and previews for Unit 5 and 6’s Special Unit Drama CDs.

A brief note: STARISHQUARTET NIGHTHE☆VENS are shuffled into sub-units for the upcoming movie “Utano☆prince-sama♪Maji LOVE Kingdom” (set to premiere in 2019).

Unit 5 counts with Syo, Nagi, Shion on vocals. Uta no Prince-sama ♪ Maji LOVE Kingdom Special Unit Drama CD Syo, Nagi, Shion is scheduled to be released on 13/02/2019, available in regular and limited editions.

A key visual was released (note that isn’t the cover art for this release).

The tracklist is the following:

1 - Colorfully☆Spark
2 - どちらも大事
3 - 近づく一歩
4 - 思いきりよく
5 - 気合を入れて!
6 - Colorfully☆Spark *off vocal

A preview of “Colorfully☆Spark” was released. Check Utapri’s website for a first listen.

Unit 6 counts with Tokiya, Cecil, Yamato on vocals. Uta no Prince-sama ♪ Maji LOVE Kingdom Special Unit Drama CD Tokiya, Cecil, Yamato is scheduled to be released on 27/02/2019.

A key visual was released (note that isn’t the cover art for this release).

The tracklist is the following:

1 - カレイドスコープ
2 - 意気投合!?
3 - 予想外の一面
4 - 光り輝くために
5 - 前人未到のステージへ
6 - カレイドスコープ *off vocal

A preview of カレイドスコープ was released. Check Utapri’s website for a first listen.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD only
  • Limited: CD + unique illustrated cover art + special packaging + 3 badges

On CDJAPAN, those that purchase all releases from this shuffle series (limited editions only) will be eligible to receive a special bonus: an exclusive 6 piece set of can magnets featuring the cover art from each unit CD (40mm x 40mm).

Regular editions come with the following bonuses (available on a first come, first served basis):

First Press Detail three cards featuring comments by characters

The cover art for both releases is going to be unveiled at a later date.

Unit 5 and Unit 6‘s CDs are available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

Source: Utapri official website

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