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RE: Top japanese music????

Postby Harisenbon » Sun 09.04.2005 11:30 pm

[quote]Matsumoto_hideto wrote:
Most of you are clearly Otaku (Excluding the ppl that said X japan)
you guys need to stop listening to mainstream.
[quote]

By definition, someone who is Otaku does not listen to mainstream. They listen to underground and less popular bands such as X Japan. ;)

Me personally, I'm all up on the Orange Range, Dragon Ash, Hitomi, Kuraki Mai and of course Utada Hikaru (except for her newest CD which is utter trash). Bump of Chicken and Porno Graffitti also rock my boat.
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RE: Top japanese music????

Postby Smooth » Sun 09.11.2005 5:10 pm

raevin wrote:
I'm suprised noone's said Orange Range yet...(J-Alternative).


me too.

That's all you hear about here in Okinawa. That Hana song is tight.
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RE: Top japanese music????

Postby Harisenbon » Sun 09.11.2005 6:47 pm

If you like hana, you need to listen to Asterisk and ishindenshin. They are some freaking great songs.
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RE: Top japanese music????

Postby Aurvandil » Sun 09.11.2005 7:15 pm

Eh... My favorite artists would be Glay, Janne da arc, Hitomi Shimatani, Mika Nakashima, Misia, Do as infinity, Ellegarden, Exile, The Black horn, Bonnie Pink, L'arc en ciel, Pierrot.
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RE: Top japanese music????

Postby Azn_Gangstet » Sun 10.09.2005 11:39 pm

BOA!!!!!!!!! SHES MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE!!!!!!!! ^_^ then there's Ayumi Hamasaki, Namie Amuro too....Nami Tamaki, Hitomi Shimatani are pretty good too
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