撃殺!宇宙拳 – Gekisatsu! Uchuuken LP

I present you the complete recording of Gekisatsu! Uchuuken vinyl record in mp3 format with scans. Download at MediaFire.

So, what is Gekisatsu! Uchuuken? When it comes to this LP, Gekisatsu! Uchuuken was to be an animated television series. Whatever happened to the production of the series is unknown. Uchuuken would have been the first Lemon People based animated production before Tatakae!! Iczer-One, Cream Lemon, Project A-ko or Lemon Angel.

The LP holds what sounds more or less pre-production material for the series alongside drama bits. Whether or not the LP was sold because of contractual reasons or something else is unknown for me. However, an educated guess could tell that the level of material put in here shows that at least the drama bits were produced to advertise and hype the series.

The recordings were taken by using a Pioneer PL-Z93 player and only minimal adjustments have been made to them in order to preserve authenticity. As such, expect some level of noise, hissing and pops as per usual vinyl records of this age.

The comic the series was based began running in Comic Lemon People Issue #2 in 1982. I described Uchuuken to some extent about two months or so ago and I do recommend checking that post for further info, but I may do a bit more extensive showcase based on the first few chapters I’ve scanned thus far sometime in the future. As in possibly sometimes next year. I have plans to scan at least the first seven chapters, as the comic used staples up to issue 8 or so.

Enjoy the recordings, I do hope you enjoy the ending song in Side 2 at least.

Edit; If you’re interested to read more about the author and the series, please refer to this post.

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2 thoughts on “撃殺!宇宙拳 – Gekisatsu! Uchuuken LP

  1. I’m really enjoying reading your posts on Lemon People comics and the like. Did you ever get around to scanning more chapters or translating any?

    1. Sadpanda should be your friend in this. I’ve managed to secure the first four volumes of the collected volumes, but seeing how the books are expensive and prices just keeps going up, I doubt anyone is willing to unbind their pieces.

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