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Display title"Return the Sun!" / "Save the Earth"
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Page creatorGhidorahnumber1 (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation16:01, 8 October 2015
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"Return the Sun!" (かえせ!太陽を,   Kaese! Taiyō o, lit. Return! The Sun) is a song performed by Mari Keiko, Honey Knights, and Moon Drops, with lyrics by Yoshimitsu Banno and music composed by Riichiro Manabe. It appears as a recurring piece throughout the 1971 film Godzilla vs. Hedorah. In the American version of the film (but not the international English dub recorded in Hong Kong), the song was retitled "Save the Earth", with new lyrics written by Adryan Russ and Guy Hemric and performed by Russ. The male chorus consisted of Hemric, producer Don Ciminelli, and anyone else in the studio Ciminelli could find when he "patrolled the halls with a hook."[1] Russ's rendition is available as a hidden track on the CD Everyone Has a Story: The Songs of Adryan Russ.[2] When "Return the Sun!" was re-recorded as a single in and released by Tower Music in 2008 in a limited CD box set, it was given the new title "SAVE THE EARTH ~ Return the Sun!" (SAVE THE EARTH〜かえせ! 太陽を), combining the original title with the title of the American version of the song.
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