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The '''Jugol Series''' is a series of songs by Caprice. It is composed of 25 songs and one talkloid sung by nine VOCALOIDs, two UTAUs, and one human singer. Entries were uploaded exclusively to multiple platforms: 18 songs and one talkloid were uploaded to YouTube, 3 songs were uploaded to Niconico, and 4 songs were uploaded to Piapro. An album featuring songs from the series was released on April 3, 2016, adding 4 new songs as well as remakes of 4 previous installments. As of 2021, the series has been abandoned, with all related songs either unlisted on YouTube or deleted on other platforms.
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The '''Jugol Series''' is a series of songs by Caprice. It is composed of 25 songs and one talkloid sung by nine VOCALOIDs, two UTAUs, and one human singer. Entries were uploaded exclusively to multiple platforms: 18 songs and one talkloid were uploaded to YouTube, 3 songs were uploaded to Niconico, and 4 songs were uploaded to Piapro. An album featuring songs from the series was released on April 3, 2016, adding 4 new songs as well as remakes of 4 previous songs. As of 2021, the series has been abandoned, with all related songs either unlisted on YouTube or deleted on other platforms.
   
 
The series is about a world in which there is something known as "Ludzkość." "Ludzkość" is the Polish word for "humanity." Ludzkość is apparently destroyed in an incident involving a scientist trying to cure the fear of fish.
 
The series is about a world in which there is something known as "Ludzkość." "Ludzkość" is the Polish word for "humanity." Ludzkość is apparently destroyed in an incident involving a scientist trying to cure the fear of fish.

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