Song Usage

This page tracks down the usage of BUTAOTOME songs in other media. (note: rhythm games got their own page!)

Karaoke

JOYSOUND
待チ人ハ来ズ。 | Machibito wa Kozu.
狂愛~kyoai~
遥か遠い空の声 | Haruka Tooi Sora no Koe
The fear is oneself
パノラマガール | Panorama Girl
囲い無き世は一期の月影 | Kakoinaki yo wa ichigo no Tsukikage
響縁 | Kyouen
タイジスルモノ | Taiji suru mono [IOSYS]
幻想のサテライト | Gensou no Satellite
夢じゃない何か | Yume janai Nanika
ゆらら紙芝居 | Yurara Kamishibai
リボリーダー・アライン | Revoleader Align
青いミレン、蒼いナミダ | Aoi Miren, Aoi Namida
空のある場所 | Sora no aru Basho
髑髏 | Sharekoube
丁か半か色即是空 | Choukahanka Shikisokuzekuu
デッドマンズ・ラブリィライフ | Deadman’s Lovely Life
ちぎれた恋 | Chigireta Koi
きっと届く | Kitto Todoku
べろべろべ | Bero bero be
光源 | Kougen
いつもの二人 | Itsumo no Futari
アッパッパー人 | Up a parts Hito
金色の雨月 | Kin’iro no Ugetsu
栄華の先 | Eiga no Saki
タランチュラ | Tarantula
パノラマ | Panorama
いつか見れるよ | Itsuka Mireru yo
ふわ☆きら | Fuwa*Kira
ラジカル少女 | Radical Shoujo

Ranko songs from other circles
– STRIPES [Hatsunetsumiko’s]
– 愛き夜道 | Uki Yomichi [TAMAONSEN]
– 不夜城レッド | Fuyajou Red [Innocent Key]
– 心符「爛壊ノ慟哭」 | Kokoro fu “Ran’e no doukoku” [Innocent Key]
– お洩らしの神様 | Omorashi no Kamisama [IOSYS]
– MEDICINE [Sally]
– 嘘と慟哭 | Uso to Doukoku [Forestpireo]
– 流れ星蛍 | Nagareboshi Hotaru [Innocent Key]
– 夜啼く兎は夢を見る | Yoru naku usagi wa yume wo miru [UNDEAD CORPORATION]
– ナイフ | Knife [Sally]
– Zip Your Mouth! [IOSYS]
– IMITATE [Sally]
– A Lavender in Valley [Sally]
– 奇稲田姫 | Kushinadahime [UNDEAD CORPORATION]
– Plaza roboscape [Sally]
– A mellow in Ring [Sally]
– 懺悔 | Zange [Sally]

Songs composed by Comp with other vocalists
– ぐるぐるポンポン大作戦 | Guruguru Ponpon Daisakusen [elfin’]

DAM
欠伸 | Akubi
ナイト・オブ・ナイツ 豚乙女ver. | Night of Nights BUTAOTOME ver. [COOL&CREATE]
囲い無き世は一期の月影 | Kakoinaki yo wa ichigo no Tsukikage
幻想のサテライト | Gensou no Satellite
儚きもの人間 | Hakanaki Mono Ningen
ファビュラス | Fabulous
待チ人ハ来ズ。 | Machibito wa Kozu.

Ranko songs from other circles
– 嘘と慟哭 | Uso to Doukoku [Forestpireo]
– 愛き夜道 | Uki Yomichi [TAMAONSEN]

KaraTetsu
ラジカル少女 | Radical Shoujo
フルボッコ | Furubokko
白線 | Hakusen
髑髏 | Sharekoube
モテlab. | Motelab.
もう明日なんかいらない | Mou ashita nanka iranai
トラウマレコーダー | Trauma Recorder
生きるのが下手なだけ | Ikiru no ga Heta na dake
ズレズレな日々 | Zurezure na Hibi
不足歩行 | Fusoku Hokou
よだれ | Yodare
パノラマ | Panorama

Other

Melonbooks Shop BGM
Every month, a small selection of doujin songs are chosen to be used as background music for Melonbooks stores.
Songs marked with a * are made for this specific promotion and/or compilation released by Melonbooks.
April 2017: Panorama Girl/Kakoinaki yo wa Ichigo no Tsukikage
June 2017: Toumei Mislead*
September 2017: Mizuiro Hanabi
November 2017: Kakoinaki yo wa Ichigo no Tsukikage (Piano to uta version)
December 2017/January 2018: Koe*
February 2018: Mesen
June 2018: Solid
August 2018: Haguruma*/Hikkyou Joubutsu
October 2018: Moonstone
December 2018: Shuushoku Shoukei*
January 2019: Atsuki Seikan

SQUARE ENIX’s “GUNS N’ SOULS”
The song Taikan Rolling (体感ローリング) previously appeared in this game, a bit before Doubt’s release. There was also a “Natsu Butaotome Matsuri” event, with also a special appearence of Buta-members [image].

Area-ZERO’s Touhou Sky Arena
3D arena fighting Touhou fangame for PC with also PS4/Vita/Nintendo Switch portings. Various Butaotome songs are available and most of these were originally made for this game:
狂愛~kyoai~
待チ人ハ来ズ。 | Machibito wa Kozu.
縁の華 | Enishi no Hana
いつかまた会える | Itsuka Mata Aeru
U・R・A
GURA・GURA
| Hana (PS version only)
螺旋絶望 | Rasen Zetsubou (PS version DLC only)
斬ればワカル | Kireba Wakaru (PS version DLC only)
MOBU (PS version DLC only)
カルマの欠片 | Karma no Kakera (PS/Switch version DLC only)

Area-ZERO’s Magical Battle Arena NEXT
Another 3D arena fighting game for PC, but this one is a crossover game between Touhou characters and magical girls from various anime series.
斬ればワカル | Kireba Wakaru
MOBU

BOXELL’s Koikoi Gensokyo (恋々幻想郷)
Touhou fangame based on hanafuda (Japanese playing cards). The song Touchuu Aika (冬中哀歌) has been used as opening.

Shimensoka’s Hifuu Matsuri (秘封祭)
Novel game about the Hifuu Club, with lots of possible routes and contents provided by many doujin artists. A particular route uses prologue and epilogue from Kouseki Radio as BGM.
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