The usual Ouken’s way too noisy in lots of ways. It ain’t something that Jupiter should see.
But delinquents go hand in hand with fights. So we decided to put on a show to hit you with all we got!
I see. You taught it to us so that we could understand the force behind what delinquents can do.
Yeah! We made a right’n proper script, and all of us practiced our staged battle!
It’s amazing that all of it was a play! I thought it was a real serious raid!
There’s no way an actual raid would ever happen. Not as long as I’m alive as the boss.
Genbu’s the same school year as me, but unlike that script from before…
The upperclassmen students all accept him as the boss. He’s a real awesome dude!
Same year… wait, Genbu, you’re a first year!? Since you’re 17 years old, I just assumed…
…Yeah, pretty much. Before I entered Ouken, I sorta went through a bunch of things.
I see… I’m sorry for asking about something weird.
Don’t worry ‘bout it. Right now, I’m just glad I’m in the same school year as my partner.
But that fight just now was awesome. It’s like I was thrown right into the world of the manga!
Let’s make use of this experience when we sing the theme song.
You’re right. Tell us more about lots of other things, guys. The senpai should join in, too!
* The Japanese school system generally works with 1st year ~ 16 years old, 2nd year ~ 17 years old, 3rd year ~ 18 years old.
This is only a vague generalization, though, as students have varying factors that can prevent them from advancing, or like when they were born.
examples: Jun is a 2nd year despite being 16 years old, but it’s because the storyline takes place before his birthday. Haruna is 18 years old despite being a 2nd year due to being held back twice. Genbu is 17 years old despite being a 1st year.
We’re Jupiter and Shinsoku Ikkon, who’ve been tasked with singing this drama’s theme song.
You’re gonna get fired up for us today, won’t you!
(The audience cheer)
Whoa~! The cheers this time are more full of dudes than usual~.
The lots of the angels who are fans of the original manga have come here, it seems.
(Huh…? Huddled up over there are… the high school delinquents from Ouken!
They really did come. All right, we’ll make it the hottest live they’ve ever seen, so they better watch…!)
To all our little angels, we’ll make today’s live a fierce one. Better prepare yourselves ☆
Hehe! Judging by your powerful cheers, I guess you’re expecting great things!
We’re gonna make it a serious all-out match today! Okay, first up, let’s do the first song!
Music start! Nice to beat ya!! *
* Jupiter uses the ateji reading of kanji to pronounce “yoroshiku” (usually translated as “It’s nice to meet you,” or “Please take care of me”). It makes use of how the letters themselves are pronounced while not actually using what it means. More information here.
You done with the warm-up exercises? I didn’t say I’d let y’all slack off, dammit!
(The dudes from Ouken are all grouped up over there. Jeez. They sure are some delinquents with a strong sense of duty.
We can’t show ‘em something shameful. Looks like we gotta throw down the gauntlet and put some energy into things!)
(Genbu! Let’s show Jupiter that Shinsoku Ikkon ain’t losin’ to Jupiter!)
(Partner’s eyes… You’re right. Let’s fire things up more’n more!)
You guys ain’t tellin’ us that you’re out of breath already, aren’t ya?
Looks like we have give some energy to you if you’re slackin’. Ain’t I right, Suzaku!
Yeah! Let’s do it, Genbu… Let’s go!
This is Shinsoku Ikkon’s full-body, full-spirit…
(The audience cheer)
Havin’ eagle eyes… We’re lookin’ at all of you, whether you’re here or at the very edge of the audience! We see all your faces!
Listen up. Don’t be spooked by somethin’ like this. We’re gonna keep blastin’ through this!