Pīchi no Shiro de no Rokkuman to Pātī (Rockman and the Party at Peach's Castle) is a Japanese kids' vinyl record series published by Alfa Records (then known as Alfa Music) in 1996, based on the Mega Man series. The concept is that a girl named Peach invites Mega Man to her castle for a big party. Mega Man thinks about marrying Peach one day, but a little girl named Otaka is also there and has been dreaming about Mega Man for a month. Who will Mega Man decide to go with?


Volume 1: December 23, 1996

Side A Side B
A Party at Peach's Castle Music Time
The Wedding Wish Sing & Dance
Meet Otaka Clapping Game
Party Games Rainbow Park
Playing Pretend Ice Cream
Imagining Fun for Everyone

Volume 2: February 13, 1997

Side A Side B
Candy & Sweets Rockman Chooses Otaka
Otaka Explains Her Dream Friends Song
Princess Peach Another Wedding Wish
Don't Say No Peach's Birthday Cake
Hula-Hoops Presents & Treats
Surprises Good-bye


Pīchi no Shiro de no Rokkuman to Pātī was aimed at children 4 to 9 years old, but older children listened to it as well. However, Alfa Records also published Akumajo Dracula: Shimon Berumondo no Boken, which used the same staff and was targeted at early teens, on the same date as volume 1. The cast of the Japanese educational show Tensushiro sang "Imagining" on one of the episodes. The song "A Party at Peach's Castle" was re-used in the 2001 Nintendo 64 video game Paper Mario. "Peach's Birthday Cake" was later remixed in the 1998 video game Mario Party. This is two of the hardest Japanese records to find, as well as two of the final children's records. Only 1 copy of both volumes exist, but the owner refuses to post the songs online.

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