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  • "Night ∞ Series"
Published January 15, 2012

Bad ∞ End ∞ Night / Crazy ∞ nighT / Twilight ∞ nighT / EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT is a series composed by Hitoshizuku-P x Yama△, with Suzunosuke (illustrations), Hidari (original character design) and TSO and VAVA as the PV artists. The series consist of four songs: "Bad ∞ End ∞ Night", "Crazy ∞ nighT", "Twilight ∞ nighT", and "EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT", all of which are featured on the EXIT TUNES compilation albums "Vocalodream" "Vocaloconnection" "Vocalosensation" and "Vocalospace".

The songs "Bad ∞ End ∞ Night", "Crazy ∞ nighT","Twilight ∞ Night" and "EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT" center about a Villager Girl who finds a "mysterious" mansion, but written in different perspectives (those who live there, the Villager, etc).

This series is not involved with the similarly named Night Series.


Bad ∞ End ∞ Night was the first song uploaded as one of the tracks for Exit Tunes compilation Vocalodream, with the compilation's theme being Gothic / dreams. Later on in EXIT TUNES' newest compilation Vocaloconnection, Crazy ∞ nighT was uploaded and hinted at a continuation to the mini series. This was later revealed to be Twilight ∞ nighT, featured in Vocalosensation . In the lyrics section of Hitoshizuku-P x Yama△'s first major debut album, EndlessroLL, both Bad ∞ End ∞ Night and Crazy ∞ nighT were listed under "Bad End".

The story revolves around a mansion trapped in time with the house's inhabitants, a villager, a faded letter, and an unknown shadow. The house is inhabited by the Head of the House, his Wife (Lady of the House) and their Daughter. The Girl Doll and the Boy Doll seem to be alive, speaking crazily. The serving staff is conformed by the Butler and the Maid. Finally, there's the Village Girl, who comes to the mansion at night, and the Mysterious Shadow, who seems to be the audience of the play and possibly the one controlling it all. Together, the characters "perform" in a play called "Crazy ∞ nighT", though none truly understands what is happening.

The series ended on September 3, 2014 with the release of the fourth and final song, EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT, featured on the Vocalospace album. The final video was released on September 11, 2014.


Bad ∞ End ∞ Night

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Uploaded January 15, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Camui Gackpo, GUMI, MEIKO, KAITO, and Megurine Luka
Music Hitoshizuku-P (music), Yama△ (mix) Main article Bad ∞ End ∞ Night
Lyrics Hitoshizuku-P
Video Suzunosuke (illust), TSO (video)
The first song in the series. It focuses on the villager's (Miku's) point of view.

It's very dark in the woods, and the Village Girl is lost. She finally arrives at a mansion, where its inhabitants welcome her and a party is celebrated to honor the new visitor. But just before midnight time freezes. The Villager, falling into madness, makes the crazy night start. After all, it's better to have fun, right?

Crazy ∞ nighT

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Uploaded July 18, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Len, Kagamine Rin, GUMI, Camui Gackpo, Megurine Luka, KAITO, and MEIKO
Music Hitoshizuku-P (music), Yama△ (mix) Main article Crazy ∞ nighT
Lyrics Hitoshizuku-P
Video Suzunosuke (illust), TSO (video)
The sequel to Bad ∞End∞ Night. It is sung from the mansion's inhabitants' point of view.

The inhabitants of the house welcome a Village Girl who knocked at the door. As it was dark outside, they decide that she should stay for the night, and celebrate a party. But soon problems start to come, and they suspect of her, now missing. The grandfather clock has stopped, a few minutes before midnight, and the next page was torn from the libretto (Crazy ∞ nighT). Time'll stay frozen without it, what should everybody do?

Twilight ∞ nighT

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Uploaded February 13, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, GUMI, Camui Gackpo, Megurine Luka, KAITO, and MEIKO
Music Hitoshizuku-P (music), Yama△ (mix) Main article Twilight ∞ nighT
Lyrics Hitoshizuku-P
Video Suzunosuke (illust), TSO (video), VAVA (video)
The sequel to Crazy ∞ Night. It's told from third person, almost like from an audience's point of view or ???'s point of view. This time, the story splits in two: the inhabitants' actions and the Villager Girl's ones, merging in the end.

Following the script, the previous events occur again. While the Villager slips out of bed and discovers the secret room with coffins, the inhabitants of the mansion make conjectures about why would someone steal the libretto's page, and incriminate each other, leading into a discussion. But they soon find a letter, the one the Villager had. And they open it...

EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT

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Uploaded September 11, 2014 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Len, Kagamine Rin, GUMI, Camui Gackpo, Megurine Luka, MEIKO, and KAITO
Music Hitoshizuku-P (music), Yama△ (mix) Main article EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT
Lyrics Hitoshizuku-P
Video Suzunosuke (illust), TSO (video)
In the intro, it is revealed the seven mansion inhabitants are actors, who perform, once again, the play of Crazy ∞ Night. The song itself is split into halves, the first being the story of how these recurring plays began, and the second taking place inside of Crazy ∞ Night's world.

The mansion's inhabitants are very bored this night. The Lady of the House notices a storm coming, while her husband and the dolls imagine monsters coming to the house, "an uninvited guest". Soon after the Villager Girl knocks on the door and asks to stay for just a single night. Everybody decide to entertain her until day has come and the storm outside has passed. While dancing, enchanted by them, she breaks the clock's glass.
Without remembering anything of her last minutes awake, the Villager finds herself in a mansion. This is the Crazy ∞ Night's world, and the actors are "trapped" on their roles, apparently without being aware of this. She is tasked to save everybody from this fake world, and take them home... Will the play last forever?


The following information is taken from the Bad ∞ End ∞ Night novels and may contain spoilers.

Miku as the Villager
An up-and-coming actress in the Burlet Company. She was chosen to play the lead role of Crazy ∞ Night after her audition.

Rin as the Doll Girl
Len's twin sister. She has a fierce fanclub of supporters. A child prodigy of the company.

Len as the Doll Boy
Rin's twin brother. A shy child prodigy. Many of his fans are rich gentleman bigshots.

Luka as the Lady
The Burlet's Company star actor, possessing an overpowering beauty. She also works as a model.

KAITO as the Master
Serves as a leader organizing the Burlet Company. He is both an actor and the stage director.

MEIKO as the Mistress
An actress of the Burlet Company. She is renowned for her bewitchingly precise, finely-detailed performances.

Meg (GUMI) as the Maid
An actress of the Burlet Company who also writes on the side. She has eccentric sensibilities.

Gack (Gackpo) as the Butler
An actor of the Burlet Company. Manages an independent farm as a second job. He has a diligent and gentle personality.

The Burlet's Company stagehands.

Other Media Appearances[]

Bad ∞ End ∞ Night is a novel split in three volumes, written by Hitoshizuku-P with illustrations by Suzunosuke. It was released on September 28, 2014 with more information about the series and bonus content, deepening the situations featured in the songs.

Bad∞End∞Night~インセイン・パーティー~ (Bad∞End∞Night~insane party~) is a manga illustrated by Nozaki Tsubata and supervised by Hitoshizuku-P and Suzunosuke. It was released on December 10, 2014. The story takes place over three manga volumes and is available in English by Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC.


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