K.K. Technopop

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#38 K.K. Technopop  
AlbumArt-Technopop NH.png
Aircheck
Live Performance
Genre Technopop
Mood Hard to say
Instruments Drums
synthesizer
synth bass
Owned by Aisle,
Bubbles (AC),
Carmen (CF, NL),
Cube (prior to NH),
Dotty (prior to NH),
Egbert (prior to NH),
Jacques (NH),
Ketchup (DnMe+),
Nibbles (prior to NH),
Paula (DnMe+),
Ribbot (NH),
Rodeo (NH),
Sprocket (AC),
Valise
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese テクノビート
Simplified Chinese 电音节奏
French Technopop Kéké
Spanish Tota-tecno
Italian K.K. Techno
Russian Техно-поп К. К.

Korean 테크노 비트
Traditional Chinese 電音節奏
Quebec French Technopop Kéké
Latin American Spanish Tota-tecno
German K.K. Technopop
Dutch K.K.-technopop


"K.K. Technopop" is one of K.K. Slider's more upbeat songs. It has a fairly catchy tune with active drums, synthesizer, a popping melody, and a synth bass in the background. It is based on the technopop genre that flourished in Japan, America, and Europe the late 1970s to the mid-1980s. While the genre is quite diverse in sound, K.K. Technopop focuses more on the Japanese style from the late 1970s, popularized by bands such as Yellow Magic Orchestra. Conversely, the album cover appears to be a homage to the albums Computer World and Electric Café by German technopop group Kraftwerk.

Aisle, Bubbles (only in Animal Crossing), Carmen (in City Folk and New Leaf), Cube, Dotty, Egbert (all three before New Horizons), Jacques (as of New Horizons), Ketchup (only in Doubutsu no Mori e+), Nibbles (before New Horizons), Paula (only in Doubutsu no Mori e+), Ribbot, Rodeo (both as of New Horizons), Sprocket (only in Animal Crossing) and Valise play this song in their houses if they have a stereo.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese テクノビート
Tekunobīto
Technobeat

Korean 테크노 비트
Tekeuno Biteu
Technobeat

Simplified Chinese 电音节奏 (iQue)
Diàn yīn jiézòu
Electronic rhythm

Russian Техно-поп К. К.
Tekhno-pop K. K.

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠technopop

German K.K. Technopop

European Spanish Tota-tecno K.K. Techno

European French Technopop Kéké

Italian K.K. Techno K.K. Techno