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Postby ebonyvampiria » Fri 12.08.2006 7:24 pm

I am just curious as to who listens to which types of japanese music..
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Postby neo2407 » Fri 12.08.2006 7:46 pm

I listen to some J-pop and J-rock. Mostly anime theme songs like Thesis of the Creul Angel (Neon Genesis Evangelion), Haruka Kanata (Naruto) and Shooting Star (Onegai Teacher).
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Postby Kagemaru » Fri 12.08.2006 9:23 pm

Dare I say it:

安全地帯 ウィーンレッドの心 does it for me everytime...
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Postby bawbert » Fri 12.08.2006 10:38 pm

im a big fan of the pillows. their popular stuff from flcl is awesome, but i definitely get a kick out of their older albums.
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Postby faan-san » Fri 12.08.2006 10:49 pm

bawbert wrote:
im a big fan of the pillows. their popular stuff from flcl is awesome, but i definitely get a kick out of their older albums.


I'm deff with bawbert-san on this one. The Pillows are great. And comfy, too. :p lol. stupid joke...sorry.
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Postby L » Fri 12.08.2006 10:57 pm

I like Asian kung fu generation, L'arc 'en 'ciel and nightmare :p
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Postby ashitaka » Fri 12.08.2006 10:59 pm

spoiler below
[spoiler]J-rock[/spoiler]



Hmmm....... This seems familiar, nah it couldn't already be a topic.......
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Postby keatonatron » Sat 12.09.2006 5:02 pm

This band is pretty fun: もやしバット (Music samples)
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Postby Matsumoto_hideto » Sat 12.09.2006 9:52 pm

Sumi wrote:
I love オレンジレンジ (ORANGE RANGE)


Do you play music yourself?
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Postby kanadajin » Sat 12.09.2006 10:56 pm

terriyaki Boyz ;)
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Postby Sumi » Sat 12.09.2006 11:12 pm

Teriyaki Boyz are pretty good - they remind me of the good ol' days.

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Postby emingygurl » Sat 12.09.2006 11:21 pm

Hm...I like JPop and a bit of JRock. KAT-TUN, NEWS, Tackey and Tsubasa, Gackt, Hyde, Ayumi Hamasaki, Utada Hikaru, Arashi, KANJANI8, KinKi Kids.
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Postby Sumi » Sat 12.09.2006 11:55 pm

KAT-TUN used to be my favorite boy band, but I've grown out of that. Quickly.
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Postby emingygurl » Sun 12.10.2006 12:06 am

I've liked them for about...four months now. I'll always like them, but it's likely the intensity will wear off in a few months. That happened with Gackt, I wasn't obsessed anymore, but I'll always respect and love his music. I'm just not planning how to kidnap him when I go to Japan anymore. I've moved on to Jin and Kame. =P
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Postby flammable hippo » Sun 12.10.2006 1:07 am

Japanese music is awesome. I've been obsessing over Namie Amuro's song "No" for the past month now...I really need to get a hobby. :D
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