Wednesday, 28 March 2012
But really, this album is just a better, funkier and crazier version of bands such as Hikashu and Halmens
Please see http://samzpoke.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/totsuzen-danball-yokushi-onryoko.html
Monday, 26 March 2012
Not my favourite but it's the only one that's on Youtube, this is the third track
This track is actually from a different release, an EP called Blind Moon but I can't seem to find anything from My Dear on youtube ヽ(ｏ`皿′ｏ)ﾉ I might just create a Youtube channel if I'm ever in this situation again
Saturday, 17 March 2012
Apparently their lyrics are great so if you speak Japanese you'd probably appreciate them more, I don't speak Japanese nor do I have any intention of learning so it doesn't really affect me, but I just wanted to point that out.
second track sample
Second track, and also the worst on the entire album
Monday, 12 March 2012
First two tracks in particular are really good, or at least, in my opinion. This is the 1993 re-issue, it was originally released in 1988.
First track, I would've preferred to have posted the second track but you've got to stick with what you can find. Kind of sounds like PVLN, similar to some of Halmen's stuff as well
Monday, 5 March 2012
Sunday, 4 March 2012
Title track sample
>that feel when you accidentally dropped your copy of this album and now there's a huge crack on the case
Good thing it's cheap, you can buy it brand new for only £3
If you're a fan of Yonin Bayashi's early albums you'll want to listen to this. If you haven't listened to any of Yonin Bayshi's albums listen to Ishoku Sokuhatsu and Golden Picnics.
Second track sample, although not completely representative of the rest of the album
Saturday, 3 March 2012
He also has a lot of stuff you can listen to/download for free from the following sites, including Houkago Tea Time (Band from K-On!) covers.
-Note: I'm not actually sure if that's the correct name of the allbum, I had to use Google translate
Tavito Nanao's debut album, features quite a lot of guest performers Yuki Takumiya from Guitar Vader is probably the most recognisable. It's electropop but not the standard, generic mainstream kind.
Ripped from a CD which says "Sample and NOT FOR SALE" that I bought from a Chinese man on eBay. But don't worry, it plays perfectly.
Second track sample
This is actually from his latest album, which isn't that great on the whole but I think the music video for this track is hilarious so I'm posting it anyway
Oh yeah, it's also ranked as the 31st greatest Japanese rock album by Snoozer magazine
Rosa Luxemburg's second album, although released in the same year as their first. I'm pretty sure the band said that these were essentially the spare tracks they had from after releasing their first album, Puri Puri. If you'd prefer listening to something funkier listen to Puri Puri but if you enjoy good, catchy pop/rock music than you'll probably enjoy this one more.Also ranked as the 2nd greatest Japanese rock album by Snoozer magazine.