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SakuraFox512 last won the day on January 3

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    Kiwamu's Bitch
  • Birthday 05/12/1995

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    Listening to music, reading, singing, playing video games, coding

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  1. Happy birthday! May your day go as you wish it~ (^_^)/

    1. yomii

      yomii

      thank you ‪⸜(*ˊᵕˋ* )⸝‬

  2. SakuraFox512

    There are a bunch of rarities I'd like, but I'm broke and have to prioritize two things stand at the very top of my list: * There's a certain obscure-ass demo tape from Plastic Tree I'd love to own. The thing didn't even have a title, and there were only 50 copies made, which were all distributed at one specific show they were part of...in 1995. I have literally never seen it around, despite managing to turn up demos -- both for them and other bands -- with even smaller print runs (we're talking to the tune of 10~20 copies). Which is terribly frustrating, because from what's known about the tape, it has a 'really bizarre (/trippy)' alternate recording of one of their more unexpected songs that shows up exactly nowhere else. * "Welcome to the Double Bed", a demo tape for the titular band Double Bed, predating Kuroyume (...and Garnet...and SUS4...) alike as the first band Kiyoharu ever fronted. I was keeping a lookout for the thing for ages, and then had a couple week span where I was hanging out with some of my extended family and didn't keep a close vigil...guess what I learned had finally surfaced after the listing had already ended?
  3. In celebration of their long careers, MORRIE and Kiyoharu have announced a performance ("MORRIE's Solitude & Kiyoharu's Elegy") at Joe's Pub in New York on August 16, 2019. Further details for the event are expected to be revealed later Source: https://www.barks.jp/news/?id=1000167450 + MORRIE's twitter post and Kiyoharu's
  4. SakuraFox512

    @inartistic If I have magazine scans, should I edit the files to leave just the images of the band, or do full-size page scans, which may include the text from interviews, have a place on the site? I imagine there's plenty of obscure info that could potentially be gleaned from old articles, but I guess dealing with a bunch of large images might be troublesome as well?
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    Cover art and a new artist photo have been unveiled: ^ artist photo ^ Cover art
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    The last time he updated seems to be several years ago, though
  7. SakuraFox512

    Tracklist has now been given? (I see no announcement of it on his sites or scoial media, but Tower/Amazon.jp/Rakuten et al now show one): MOON * Original by: REBECCA (1987) Omoide Makura (想い出まくら) * Original by: Kyoko Kosaka (1975) Azami-jou no Lullaby (アザミ嬢のララバイ) * Original by: Miyuki Nakajima (1975) Tsuki (月) * Original by: Keisuke Kuwata (1994) Kasa ga nai (傘がない) * Original by: Yosui Inoue (1972) Kanashimi Johnny (悲しみジョニー) * Original by: UA (1997) SAKURA * Original by: Ikimono-gakari (2006) Yasashii Kiss wo Shite (やさしいキスをして) * Original by: DREAMS COME TRUE (2004) Mokuren no Namida (木蓮の涙) * Original by: Stardust Revue (1993) Koi (恋) * Original by: Chiharu Matsuyama (1980) Seppun (接吻) * Original by: ORIGINAL LOVE (1993) Boukyaku no Sora (忘却の空) * Original by: SADS (2000) What order the songs will be in isn't finalized
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    @carddass: Throwing this out there in case it might let you discover another name in jpop/jrock..."Senaka Made Yonjuugo-fun" was written for Kenji "Julie" Sawada (whom Kiyoharu admires) by Yosui. Even though Yosui wrote it -- and maybe released his recording first? -- it's typically regarded as Sawada's because of that background. If you're not already familiar with Julie's work, you're in for a colorful and sometimes very strange ride, especially when it comes to live performances, as the man might count as some sort of proto-visual-kei at some points in his career, honestly. Anyway, a release date has been revealed for the album -- it's marked for June 26, 2019 -- and it's stated to include 12 tracks in total. It's going to be released in two versions; a standard edition (2,778 yen), and a limited edition (4,630 yen), which includes a DVD containing a PV for "Boukyaku no Sora", plus short PVs for 8 other songs. The full tracklist hasn't been revealed yet, so the remaining 11 songs outside his self-cover of "Boukyaku" are still unknown right now. And so far, the album is just being called "Covers". And I have no info on this part of stuff, but I'm pretty curious (and surprised,) about that autobiography.
  9. Realized that I'll have to sell off my GazettE ticket earlier today. Maybe next time, NYC and GazEboys

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    He also left Japan for a while and was due for full-scale treatment upon returning, apparently.
  11. SakuraFox512

    Isn't the case typically that if speaking (and breathing in general) aren't inhibited, then the ability to sing remains intact? I've not heard of injury of cervical vertebrae knocking out a person's ability to sing, barring some sort of secondary issue.
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    I only did a cursory glance, since it's unfortunately all the more I have time for right now, but that message on their home page brings up so many questions for me. Hoping to sit down and take the whole thing in later. Also, I think a couple people in here suggested that this could maybe be an April Fool's joke, but if by some stretch it is, then the members have certainly burned a ton of good will from fans for the sake of a tone-deaf joke based on the frequency I see comments like this floating around: 「ていうかメンバーからの言葉はひとつもないのか?それも有り得ないんだけど。私の友達 20年もJanneが好きで学生の頃から時間もお金も心も全部つぎ込んでたんさ。それをこんな雑な最後で踏みにじるとか許せない。どんな気持ちで待ってたか分かります?」
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    Behold! (...but seriously, I'm like 99.999% sure this is G being a troll, as he is wont to do)
  14. SakuraFox512

    Nice to meet you Looking more at the lower part of the bands you listed, have you checked out any of D'ERLANGER's early output by any chance?
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