Telling you who's whoo.
Surwind feat. Hatsune Miku Singles Collection Vol.1
OSTER Pack music & artworks
acoustic beatlog feat. 初音ミク
ボカロハウス ノスタルジア スイート
Tell Your World EP
IA THE WORLD ～影～
Some producers like playing with their fans, the jokes are understood only by the natives (if even those) while international fans remain confused because of the language barrier.
Ah, okay. Sorry for any confusion >< (why do people do confusing things like this D:)
UtsuP's website specifically says "2013.04.26 on sale" for this album. I'm assuming the obvious that he actually means 2014.
Adding the Secret of Mana tag because the influences are so obvious. This is noted on MikuWiki as well.
Notice how before this sentence the author writes "複数人説があると主張している。"
Although the subject of the sentence is omitted, judging from context it will be clear that the subject is LamazeP. Thus, this sentence will come out as "(LamazeP) insists that the GojimajiP is a different person." However, they are not physically different. You can see that the toiukotoninatteru part is crossed out. This is explained further below in the article, where someone asks him "How do you differentiate between using the two P names?", to which he responds "I want to make clear the difference between vocaloid and UTAU. GojimajiP will be used solely for UTAU. I want to separate them, as if GojimajiP is an entirely different person."
Yes, we were talking about that line (on IRC) and two people who know more Japanese than I do think it's saying the opposite... I can't say myself.
Either way, regardless of what that wiki page is saying it seems like just an opinion. No sense to separate entries until there's more concrete proof.
[Lamaze-P] is different from Gojimaji-P who uploads UTAU songs and MMD＜s＞(it is believed)＜／s＞
--Nico Nico Pedia, Lamaze-P
Currently, Lamaze-P is allowed to call himself this P name.
--Nico Nico Pedia, Gojimaji-P (←It also mentions how Lamaze-P sometimes uses both P names but is not a renaming)
It's all user editable pages and does cast uncertainty a lot, a weird situation anyways though :o (I suppose this is where Wikipedians are right in insisting on citations lol)