Hawaii: Part II is the first album by ミラクルミュージカル. A side project by Joe Hawley, Ross Federman and Bora Karaca. The album was released independently on 12/12/12, at A.M. Every other Tally Hall member, except for Andrew, would appear on this album, Rob would be the main vocalist on "Time Machine", Zubin would be a main vocalist on "White Ball", Joe would appear on almost every song and would be a writer and producer, Ross would be a writer and producer, and Bora would be the main vocalist on "宇宙ステーションのレベル7" and would also be a writer and producer. The album is categorised under "Worldwide" music on Apple Music, however the whole album shifts between genres, including pop, rap, and ballads.
|Producer||Ross Federman, Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca|
The album began to come together immediately following the beginning of Tally Hall's hiatus in fall Joe worked closely with his co-producers Ross Federman and Bora Karaca, and recruited additional contributors from across the country to collaborate on the project.
Some of the songs derived from demos Joe had accumulated from as early as , but others were written specifically for the project.
The project is described as "Genre of infinity, which is expressed through hologram", and features themes of outer space, ancient mysticism, tropical paradise, parallel universes, love, death, and magic.
Vocalists and contributors to the album include Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi, Madi Diaz, Stephanie Koenig, Cyndi Lynott, Ashley Renee, Charlene Kaye, Shane Maux, Alison Hanna, Andrew Laurich, and Ryan Brady.
|1.||"Introduction to the Snow"||Joe Hawley||Joe Hawley|
|2.||"Isle Unto Thyself"||Joe Hawley||Joe Hawley|
|3.||"Black Rainbows"||Ross Federman, Joe Hawley||Madi Diaz, Joe Hawley|
|4.||"White Ball"||Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca, Zubin Sedghi||Zubin Sedghi, Stephanie Koenig|
|5.||"Murders"||Joe Hawley||Joe Hawley|
|6.||"宇宙ステーションのレベル7"||Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca||Bora Karaca|
|7.||"The Mind Electric"||Joe Hawley||Joe Hawley|
|8.||"Labyrinth"||Joe Hawley, Shane Maux, Charlene Kaye||Shane Maux, Charlene Kaye|
|9.||"Time Machine"||Rob Cantor, Joe Hawley||Rob Cantor, Joe Hawley|
|"Stranded Lullaby"||Joe Hawley, Allison Hanna||Joe Hawley|
|"Dream Sweet In Sea Major"||Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca, Allison Hanna,||Joe Hawley|
- The album features contributions from Zubin, Rob and Ross.
- "The Mind Electric" was originally known as "Inside the Mind of Simon" and was recorded, as a demo, under that title with slightly different lyrics.
- This album was released exactly December 12th, at AM, the same day the world was supposed to end.
- "Variations on a Cloud" features samples from "Murders", "Isle unto Thyself", "Dream Sweet in Sea Major", & "Ruler of Everything"
Hawaii: Part II Album Review
During the beginning ofquarantine in March, I had discovered an album through TikTok called “Hawaii: Part II” and listened to it non-stop, so I thought it would be fun to revisit the album and do a review on it. “Hawaii: Part II”is listed as being by ミラクルミュージカル orMiracle Musical which was a solo side project by Joe Hawley. Joe Hawley is also the guitarist and vocalist for the band Tally Hall which is why some of the songs in the album came from demos and ideas from the band. The album was released on December 12, , and is approximately forty-five minutes with a total of eleven songs. The album is described as having a genre of infinityexpressed through hologram featuring themes of outer space, ancient mysticism, tropical paradise, parallel universes, love, death, and magic which can also be inferred by the unique album cover.
The first song on the album is titled: “Introduction to the Snow” and is the shortest piece at only and five lines of lyrics. The writer and lead singer for this song is the creator of the project, Joe Hawley. Some of the lines in “Introduction to the Snow” can be found in later songs in the albumforeshadowing the upcoming ‘adventure.’
Next, we have the song titled: “Isle Unto Thyself”which is described as both an abstract love story andabout the islands of Hawaii. The writer and lead singer for the song is also Joe Hawley. The fact “Isle Unto Thyself” is a love story can be seen in the lyrics, “You were an isle unto thyself,you had a heart you hadnt felt” which compares this person to an island similar toJohn Donne’s poem “No Man is an Island.” “Isle Unto Thyself”brings out the tropical paradise themethe album was described as having.
Afteris the song, “Black Rainbows” which has a somewhat different tone than the two before it. The writers of the song are Ross Federman and Joe Hawley, and the lead singers are Madi Diaz and Joe Hawley. This song starts out with lyrics in Hawaiian naming the colors of the rainbow plus the color black and the phrase “Stella octangula” which is Latin for eight-pointed star. “Black Rainbows” is about the lovethe protagonists in the story have for each other with the rainbow representing the complex feelings that are difficult to describe.
Next is “White Ball” written by Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca, and Zubin Sedghi and lead singers being Zubin Sedghi and Stephanie Koenig. I would say the theme that this one fits into would beouter space. “White Ball”ultimately describes the problems that both protagonists are facing in their relationship with it possibly ending without them realizing it.
This next song, written and sung by Joe Hawley,has a bit of a darker tone to it which would make the title “murders” make sense.In terms of themes, itbrings out the theme of death Hawaii: Part II album is described as having. The story of “Murders” is interpreted as an abusive relationship with the story being told by a bystander because of the lyric “I was in the middle ground.”It also contains the lyrics “All for nothing at all” which is the climax of the story being told in the song that I have seen make a re-appearance on TikTok recently.
The next song is mainly inJapanese with a few English lyrics sprinkled in and the bridge of the song is in French. The title is “宇宙ステーションのレベル7” which translates to “Space Station Level 7” and the writers for this song were Joe Hawley and Bora Karaca with the lead singer being Bora Karaca. What I first thought when I heard the song was that the beginning reminded me of Pokémon. In terms of theme, “Space Station Level 7”contains outer space because most of the lyrics are about leaving earth then departing from heaven.
The song “The Mind Electric” is probably the most unique in the album and was even one of my personal favorites for a while. What makes it so interesting is that first the entire song is played in reverse and then it is played normally which is why this song is 6 minutes long. “The Mind Electric” song also has a dark theme to it because it’s about someone being condemned to the electric chair.
Next is a song called “Labyrinth” which was written by Joe Hawley, Shane Maux, and Charlene Kaye and lead singers being Shane Maux and Charlene Kaye. While itssong departs from the musical theme of the rest of the album by containing rap, it does stick with a common theme in the album which is death with other themes such as panic, destruction, and personal turmoil.
Up next is one of my personal favorites of the album called “Time Machine” written and sung by Rob Cantor and Joe Hawley. This song was first performed with Tally Hall, going through three demos until the fourth and final version was released. While “Time Machine”sounds upbeat, the lyrics suggestit’sabout someone’s life falling apart and them wanting to go back in time.
The second to last song “Stranded Lullaby” was written by Joe Hawley and Allison Hanna with the lead singer being Joe Hawley. This oneseems to bea reference to or continuation of the story in “Isle to thyself” mainly because the theme of being lost at sea appears to be a common occurrence in the lyrics. “Stranded Lullaby” is also one of my favorites because of the calm sounding instrumentals and soft singing.
The final song of Hawaii: Part II is called “Dream Sweet in Sea Major” written by Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca, and Allison Hanna and sung by Joe Hawley. It song is the longest in the album at seven minutes and acts as a final goodbye as it packs up and searches for a new adventure. “Dream Sweet in Sea Major” song also contains many references to previoussongs in the album.
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Space Station Level 7 (宇宙ステーションのレベル7)
Space Station Level 7 (宇宙ステーションのレベル7), pronounced as "Uchū Sutēshon No Reberu Nana", is a song by Joe Hawley & Bora Karaca. It is the 6th track on the album Hawaii: Part II. Original lyrics are in Japanese and French. Additional vocals by Stephanie Koenig & Adrianne Nigg. Joe Hawley on acoustic guitar and Bora Karaca on electric bass.
When asked in a reddit AMA what it was like to record in Japanese, Bora Karaca replied: ,"I took a semester of Japanese in high school, making me incredibly qualified to speak fluently. And by that I mean I tried my best using what I knew, and asking bilingual friends who lived in Japan to confirm that I wasn't speaking like an idiot. Don't tell anybody"
NOTE: Rough translation.
Japanese Translation: aibouftw
French Translation: millenniumtinnyrod & qotice
Romaji Translation: qotice
Hello, I am in need of help, actually I don’t know what I am doing, but I will tell you all the information I know to help solve this. I want to find part I.
I think this album, Hawaii : part II, is a ARG called ミラクルミュージカル project
the lyrics have clues and hide messages, one of the song is in Japanese and some lyrics are in French so we would need translators (I personally speak French), one music is in reverse, and others are in slow-motion or have multiple people speaking at the same time.
For example the lyrics in the first song, introduction to the snow, are (one of the male voice ) :
A part of thee in the key of what we know to be every part without me
Knows only two can make it light
Which hints that we should only listen to two of the voices (singers) for clues and avoid his hints
I feel like there is tons of hidden messages in the audio files, spectrum, reverse lyrics, Japanese lyrics, overlapping lyrics and slowed lyrics. I personally don’t know how to decode them, but for some people it might be easier, and if we find actual clues, we could make a discord and a google doc to archive all of our finds.
Plus I think the reward for solving this one is big! The album is called Hawaii part II and is the only album made by the creators, miracle musical, which lets me think that by solving this ARG we will unlock the album Hawaii part I
Btw, the name miracle musical makes a lot of sense because the album really acts like a musical, there is a continuing story, lore, and actors (a recuring cast of singers)
And to top it all off, the music is great
Please help, I really want to find PART I and solve ミラクルミュージカル project
Here are some links to help ;
more info :
the most interesting one :
Ii lyrics part hawaii
English → Dutch
Transcription request fulfilled
Danish → English
Japanese → English
Greek → English
Toki Pona → English
English → Greek
German → French
English → Russian
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