Rozen Maiden Drama CDs
Drama CDs (audio dramas) are the main CD media of Rozen Maiden and Rozen Maiden Traumend, each character drama CD comes with a song by either ALI PROJECT or kukui.
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... A number of Rozen Maiden Drama CDs have been released ... They are character dramas that often do not tie in with the plot- more like short stories/dramas based on the series ... seventh doll in the series, there has been no Drama CDs based on Kirakishou, probably due to the lack of information about her ...
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