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All around the world, Pretty Cures have been fighting against the invasion of the enemy known as Saiark! Shirayuki Hime, the princess of Blue Sky Kingdom is in fact a Pretty Cure, but unable to defeat the enemy alone, she is fallen behind the others and is in a quite a terrible situation. Then, on her quest to find a partner, she meets Aino Megumi (Cure Lovely), they form a team called Happiness Charge Pretty Cure. Later in the story, they are joined by Cure Honey (Omori Yuko) and Cure Fortune (Hikawa Iona), they fight against the Phantom Empire, defeat the Saiarks and collect all PreCards to fulfill their wish! With the dress-up theme beloved by girls, a completely different Pretty Cure story begins!

Live In Japan est une vidéo live du groupe The Cure enregistrée le 17 octobre 1984 au Nakano Sun Plaza de Tokyo et sortie uniquement au Japon aux formats VHS et Betamax en février 1985 [ 1 ] .
Outre le concert, la vidéo montre quelques prises de vue en coulisse et offre une interview sous-titrée en japonais.

Ella Anders of BSC Kids writing for Glitter Force was critical about the amount of Americanization and the title change provided by Saban Brands, writing that the "With the world so interconnected as it is now the removal of cultural aspects was saddening. It would be such a great chance to celebrate and focus on the Japanese culture." She also mentioned that fans of the Pretty Cure series dislike the Saban dub. [6]

Lower Konge,(Bruno Zone), Zambia Institute of Natural Medicine and Research, Room 2&3 Springbok house, Cha Cha Cha Road, Lusaka - Zambia.

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    The B-side of the cassette tape edition of Concert contained a twin album titled Curiosity (Killing the Cat): Cure Anomalies 1977–1984 , a set of Cure rarities recorded from 1977 to 1984:

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