The release was promoted by McDonald's, which was including PIPO Angel's-related items with their Happy Meals at the time. Immediately after the release, the group appeared on several music programs, including PopJam. During all of their performances, as expected, the girls wore clothing from Angel Blue (also being sold at events), and in the PV for "Luvly,Merry-Go-Round" the focus point was of the group trying on Angel Blue clothing. They were also present at the grand opening of NARUMIYA shops in South Korea and Hong Kong. Despite performing lives often and doing radio shows, PIPO Angel's never earned a big fanbase.
After ending their radio show, the group went on hiatus in August 2004. Each member released a DVD titled "GROWING UP" the same month, and in November 2005 the DVD series was released as a compilation. The girls came together once again to promote its release in Akihabara. Since the hiatus of PIPO Angel's, all four girls continued to focus on their modeling. Asada Miho was a part of the one-time unit Soran Happies and Ute Manami graduated from Pichi Lemon to focus on a gravure and solo career. In December 2006, Manami announced on her blog that PIPO Angel's would be reforming, and in June the acquiring of three new members was announced.
The group released their first new single in almost four years in July 2007. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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