Dreams Come True Announces Vocal Green Hill Zone Single

A special treat to drink tea to.

If you caught the Sonic 30th Anniversary Symphony, there was a special announcement during the intermission where Masato Nakamura of Dreams Come True announced a new single of the Green Hill Zone theme. This version will feature lyrics and vocals from Miwa Yoshida. No formats, platforms, or date were announced.

However, you may have already heard a bit of this single already if you caught a Japanese tea commercial last month. The version announced today will most likely be a full version of this commercial’s jingle. So grab a green tea, and keep an ear out for when the full song drops!

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A podcaster since 2008, GX originally founded The Spindash podcast, until joining Sonic Stadium's monthly Sonic Talk. He currently co-hosts the show and runs weekly streams on Stadium's Twitch channel at https://www.twitch.tv/sonicstadium

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    1. I believe we covered this in a previous story about Nakamura’s use of the GHZ music, but this is not the same. “Marry Me” is not a ‘GHZ song’, it’s a different song that uses samples of GHZ in order to produce a different melody, feeling, message. This particular project that Nakamura is talking about here aims to be an actual song celebrating Green Hill Zone. In that sense, it is closer to Sweet Sweet Sweet (a song that definitely uses Sonic 2’s ending music in its entirety as the basis of a song) than ‘Marry Me’ was.

  1. @Jay No sega fanboy…it’s just as fast as the Genesis version.

    It’s even close to matching the speed.

    Also no, the Genesis could NOT run Super Mario World easily. That’s a false statement.

    The Genesis is not capable and cannot emulate via stock hardware every effect the Snes can. Genesis can’t handle any games on stock.
    The SNES can do all of this on stock and can make the Genesis look like a children’s toy.

    The Genesis using an overclocked system does not give Sega the win and it does NOT blow past the FX powered Snes cart.

    The SNES cart didn’t need the Super FX chip but it only used it to spite Sega considering the amazing and superior 16 bit SNES with and without the Super FX chip can blow past anything the overrated inferior Genesis can do.

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