|album also features||アルバムも特徴|
|film also features||映画も特徴|
|game also features||ゲームも特徴|
|season also saw||シーズンも見ました|
|sometimes also called||時々呼ばれる|
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He said the project also affords everyone around the world a front row seat to some of the talent that would have taken the stage at the open-air venue.