Vacation Unite! is a summertime song composed by TP-TH-7, and arranged by TP-TH-7 and the Gang under Seasonal and Speedy series.
Summer is a lot more fun, when people don't even go to school, and stuff like that. It's more fun like riding roller coasters, too. You got to have summer, but if you made the summer more wintery, it screws everything up. My birthday is towards the end of summer, which surprised me in a moment, because I was the first-day-of-the-month baby, in September. Nobody else thought about this moment, so I decided to talk with the gang about Vacation Unite! It has been going on very well over these times. We have a lot of good summer songs with us, even another, though.
Too bad we ended up with RIDE ON (The Final Goodbye Combination Mix) towards the end of summer 2016, because of what was going on. That's why we only worked on Animal Land and Summer Blast one year. If you're looking forward for winter, don't bother this song.
The gang did pretty good working on that song, though. I never imagined how, but this is kind of cool. One of these days, we'll work on non-seasonal songs together. Again.
It's like we've been working together for all of this.
The BPMs are exactly like my favorite song, though.
I'd wish there will be more instruments, like I want to put piano tracks on.
I'll never be bothered doing something else again.
Looks like it's the tunes of Hawaiian festival.
My cousin has been looking forward for us to work together.
I always drink grape juice during summer. That's all I like.
At least gardening during warm-weather season is good.
Yeah, I'm enjoying this.
The days are going by, we're on it.
I'm always looking forward for the oranges.
- Vacation Unite! has graphics showing members of TP-TH-7. From Left to Right: Tsukiko Uchida as a mermaid, Tomiko Kai as a lifeguard, and Yuri Moto as beach volleyball player.
- Vacation Unite! is part of Unite! seasonal songs by TP-TH-7 and the Gang, alongside with Halloween Unite!, Christmas Unite!, and Pixies Unite!
- Vacation Unite! has BPM being 100 to 200. The first section of 200 BPM acts exactly like 100 BPM. It also has one stop to the end.