Fitting for all year summer.
Behold! The respectable Ultra Seven!
For my childhood robot watching cousin forum, Ultra Seven was a few levels above Ultraman, mainly because he’s predominantly red coloured, not white. Red was always cooler.
One of my cousin had his transforming glasses, I didn’t.
I liked Megaloman.
This King Record LP release was the second one in the Original BGM Series.
It came with a neat gatefold format, with interesting tidbits on its’ mainly black and white insert sheets.
Like the Ultraman BGM before this one, it came packed with 26 tracks, thirteen a piece.
The back cover, as usual, was hilarious. Seven was doing an invisible clean and jerk lift.
Will you be asleep before side-1 ends? Yes, of course.
BUT, as with other senior heroes, you should persevere and just listen. It’s all about respect.
My wife thought Seven was like a Teletubby. She didn’t know what she was talking about.
Repent wife! Repent!.
Here, a respectful sample per usual.
You can teach your babies the number “7” using this song.