We were suspicious about his familial ties to Gavan, Sharivan, and Shaider, but we kept it to ourselves.
Families, it’s always more than meets the eye.
As a kid, I couldn’t resist the temptation of wanting his tank, Garbin.
Like many other things, it didn’t happen.
This was a 1985 Nippon Columbia release that went by the title Hit Songs Collection.
It featured eight tracks and all of them were mildly satisfactory. It’s probably because I preferred BGM albums than vocal songs mashed together like this one.
Kushida Akira sang three songs, and I liked the Daileon song he did for the first track of side-2.
The insert sheet of this LP record was straight forward and standard, featuring Juspion himself and his giant robot.
Will you be asleep before side-1 ends? Potentially. Juspion was a rather forgettable hero for me anyways.
Here a sample, per usual. This one’s from BOBBY, second track of side-2.