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Lucky Star Re-Mix002

"Lucky Star Re-Mix002 ~Lucky Star no Kiwami, Ahh Shiteyanyo"
Single by JAM Project, Ryosuke Nakanishi, Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund, A-bee, Aya Hirano, Emiri Katō, Kaori Fukuhara, Aya Endo, Hiromi Konno, Minoru Shiraishi & Kousaki Satoru.
Released December 26, 2007
Format Maxi
Genre Single
Label Lantis

Lucky Star Re-Mix002 ~Lucky Star no Kiwami, Ahh Shiteyanyo~ (らき☆すたRe-Mix002〜『ラキスタノキワミ、アッー』【してやんよ】〜, Raki Suta Rimikkusu Zero Zero Tsū ~Raki Suta no Kiwami, Ā Shiteyan'yo~?) is the second remix album for the anime series Lucky Star released on December 26, 2007, by Lantis. In addition to various remixes of the opening theme Motteke! Sailor Fuku (including one version sung by the group JAM Project), the album also features a compilation track featuring songs from an assortment of both the BGM & Radio Bangumi soundtracks and the character song albums.

Track listing
  1. "JAM ga Mottetta! Sailor Fuku" (JAMがもってった!セーラーふく?)
    • Performed by JAM Project
  2. "Motteke! Sailor Fuku EX.Motteremix" (もってけ!セーラーふく EX.Motteremix?)
    • Remixed by Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund
  3. "Motteke! Knee Socks" (もってけ!ニーソックス?)
    • Remixed by A-bee
  4. "Motteke! Sailor Fuku Electro Otome Chikku mix" (もってけ!セーラーふく Electro 乙女ちっく mix?)
    • Remixed by Ryosuke Nakanishi a.k.a. r-midwest
  5. "Motteke! Sailor Fuku Bak-Bak-Bakoon! Mix" (もってけ!セーラーふく Bak-Bak-Bakoon!! mix?)
    • Remixed by Ryosuke Nakanishi a.k.a. r-midwest
  6. "Musical Suite: Lucky Star Movie" (組曲「らき☆すた動画」, Kumikyoku "Raki Suta Dōga"?)
    • Performed by Everyone of Lucky Star (らき☆すたのみんな, Raki Suta no Minna?)

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