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04 June 2008 @ 06:41 pm
An update =D

Sharing albums from two Canadian bands today.

Them vs. You vs. Me Album
Release Date: March 6, 2007
01. Paralyzer
02. Falling On
03. I'll Keep Your Memory Vague
04. Lost My Way
05. So-So Suicide
06. Window Song
07. Sense of a Spark
08. Talking to the Walls
09. Change the World
10. Gather & Give
11. Easy Life
BONUS. Them vs. You vs. Me

Deffinately one of my favourites. I get excited everytime I hear the beginnings of one of their songs on the radio and turn it up. I saw them live about four years ago, and I'm going to see them again on the 8th of July. My favourite track is deffinately Paralyzer. It went big for a reason. I also recommend So-So Suicide, and for something a little on the slower side, I'll Keep Your Memory Vague. Them vs. You vs. Me is a track only available on the Canadian version of the album as far as I know.

All Day With It
Release Date: July 10th 2007
01. Who's Got It?
02. Nothing Special
03. Clearer Now
04. Life of a Soldier
05. Pacino
06. NTF.
07. Fashion (Do or Die)
08. Wake Up
09. Paradise Building
10. Danse Macabre

I really really like illScarlett. I bought the album after hearing Nothing Special on the radio, just out of curiousity. I fell in love instantly. They're just starting to gain popularity here in Canada, and they're deffinately worth a listen. My favourite song is Nothing Special but really, the entire album is awesome. I missed seeing them live when they were in town recently (because the club they were playing at doesn't have the best reputation and I was afraid of getting stabbed or raped or something), but I hope to be able to see them live soon. I'm sure it would be a show worth going to.

And no, I don't just love these bands because they're Canadian. I thought they were American at first, like the other 95% of what's played on the radio here.
Current Music: Panic! at the disco - I write sins not tragedies
19 February 2008 @ 08:29 pm

Aisucream to my Purin single
Release Date: November 22, 2006
01. Aisucream to my Purin
02. Shuwa
03. Aisucream to my Purin (Instrumental)

v-u-den (Biyuuden, Viyuden, whatever you want to call them) are definately a guilty pleasure of mine. I remember when I first heard this song I played it nonstop for days. I never really liked any of their music until I heard this. I swear, it made me love them. D:
The first track, Aisucream to my Purin is... god I don't even know. It's just so catchy! I think it's the chorus that hooks you, or maybe it's just the music itself. (I love the instrumental.)
The second track, Shuwa is nothing like the first. It's a bit slower, and a little more cutesy, which totally contrasts with the first song considering how ~*~sexy~*~ it is. I didn't like it when I first heard it, but after a few listens it was okay.
Although the three members (Rika Ishikawa, Erika Miyoshi, and Yui Okada) are certainly not my favorite H!P girls, I can't help but love this group! ♥

A Fever You Can't Sweat Out album
Release date: September 27, 2005
01. Introduction
02. The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage
03. London Beckoned Songs About Money Written by Machines
04. Nails for Breakfast, Tacks for Snacks
05. Camisado
06. Time to Dance
07. Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off
08. Intermission
09. But It's Better If You Do
10. I Write Sins Not Tragedies
11. I Constantly Thank God for Esteban
12. There's a Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought of It Yet
13. Build God, Then We'll Talk

I completely love this album, and I love Panic! At The Disco. I'm so excited for their new album in March! (The 28th. :'D)
My favorite tracks on this album are 02, 07, 09, 10, 12, and 13. If you're curious about how in the world they came up with their track names, you can read up on that here. (It's pretty interesting.)
I honestly don't know what to say about this album, except that it's awesome and you should download it if you don't have it. It has a mixture of dance tracks and pop rock. ♥

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Current Mood: lazylazy
Current Music: I Constantly Thank God for Esteban - Panic! At The Disco
17 February 2008 @ 01:13 pm

The Gang's All Here album
Release date: March 9, 1999
01. Roll Call
02. Blood and Whiskey
03. Pipebomb on Lansdowne
04. Perfect Stranger
05. 10 Years of Service
06. Upstarts and Broken Hearts
07. Devil's Brigade
08. Curse of a Fallen Soul
09. Homeward Bound
10. Going Strong
11. The Fighting 69th
12. Boston Asphalt
13. Wheel of Misfortune
14. The Only Road
15. Amazing Grace
16. The Gang's All Here

The Warrior's Code album
Release date: June 21, 2005
01. Your Spirit's Alive
02. The Warrior's Code
03. Captain Kelly's Kitchen' (Courtin' in the Kitchen)
04. The Walking Dead
05. Sunshine Highway
06. Wicked Sensitive Crew
07. The Burden
08. Citizen C.I.A.
09. The Green Fields of France
10. Take It and Run
11. I'm Shipping Up to Boston
12. The Auld Triangle
13. Last Letter Home
14. Tessie

The Meanest Of Times album
Release date: September 18, 2007
01. Famous For Nothing
02. God Willing
03. The State of Massachusetts
04. Tomorrow's Industry
05. Echoes on 'A.' Street
06. Vices and Virtues
07. Surrender
08. Flannigan's Ball
09. I'll Begin Again
10. Fairmount Hill
11. Loyal to No-One
12. Shattered
13. Rude Awakenings
14. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya
15. Never Forget

So I went to Best Buy the other day because my dad wanted to get something, and as I was browsing through the CDs and I found Dropkick Murphys albums! I was excited, because I really like this band. My brother introduced them to me when he came home for a week before going to Iraq. He only had a few songs, so I thought I'd burn these and send him a copy. :D
But enough about my life.
Dropkick Murphys are a celtic punk band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts, USA. The band name came from a few things.
Members Mike McColgan and Ken Casey said:
The band’s name was stolen from an old rehab where they used to take skid row bums in Boston... We always heard of old-timers in our neighborhood telling war stories about being locked up at Dropkick Murphy's, so we decided that if we ever started a band, that would be the name.
Interesting, no?
Anyways, the music is very catchy. I doubt there's a song you won't like on these three albums. I recommend their most recent Album The Meanest Of Times, because I just simply love that album. Although it doesn't have my favorite song of theirs (I'm Shipping Up To Boston - which I highly recommend to new listeners.), there isn't a song I don't like on the album.
I'm...really bad at descriptions and summaries, so I'm going to say just try them out yourself. Or, read more about them at their Wikipedia page.

I highly recommend them though. :Db

These are also my rips, if you couldn't tell. (Except for The Meanest Of Times. I didn't buy it because I bought a different CD, but I wish I had.)
So I don't care what you do with them, as long as you don't claim them as yours. ♥

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Please leave a thank you if taking, otherwise.
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
29 January 2008 @ 06:56 pm

OH MY JULIET! single
Release date: October 19, 2005
03. rain rain rain...
04. I hold you tight
>>Download (MF)

OH MY JULIET! is a ridiculously catchy pop song that I find myself singing and dancing to whenever it comes on. The single was produced by Tommy february6 and was a big hit. It was even featured on the soundtrack for the movie Babel. Seeing as Fujii Takashi is usually busy hosting shows and guest appearing on others, he doesn't have time for his side career in the jpop world.
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I hope you all enjoy this single as much as I do!

Shanghai ta-wan album
Release date: April 26th, 2006
Track list:
01. Amai Kaori
02. *~Asterisk~
03. vestige
04. Me ga Kirai
06. Rirura Riruha
07. T&T
09. Get Down
10. T&T Remix Version
>>Download (MF)

I'll be honest - I'm not too crazy over this album. Shanghai ta-wan has a few catchy tracks, but then again, personal opinion. 8D;
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This is all I have from this man. If anyone has more, pleasepleaseplease share! It's so hard to find his stuff.
I also have his OH MY JULIET! pv (both subbed and unsubbed), Watashi no Aoi Sora pv, and Ai mo Kawarazu pv.
If anyone would like them, just ask. ♥

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But joining would be great too! Because I want to upload stuff other than jpop, jrock, and kpop, but since there's really no place where I can advertise such uploads (none that I know of, anyways) I don't see a point. D:
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: He Said She Said - Ashley Tisdale
16 December 2007 @ 02:48 pm
Just so you know, this Discography is incomplete as I am missing the 4th and 5th singles, and two remix singles. :(
If anyone has them, please share them! ;O; ♥

Left to right: ???, Hoyeon, Yumi, Heejung, and Huijeong.
Kirots (키로츠) is a girl group who debuted with eight members, but is now down to five. They have been nicknamed as 'the korean Morning Musume.'
The name, Kirots, is short for "Keep Roots." Their style is described as cute and friendly.
The three remaining original members are Hoyeon, Huijeong, and Yumi.

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Kirots are completely unpopular, sadly, making it quite difficult to find any of their stuff, or anything about them. They are one of my favorite groups at the moment, and I highly recommend them!
Super Junior fans may recognize Chumchuneun Byulbeet Saeero~, as it was in their movie Attack on the Pin-up boys. :D It played during Heechul's introductory part..thing. To first time listeners, I suggest that song or Gongpoei Chigwa.
Or, like always, you can check youtube!

If you'd like anything to be reuploaded to a different server, let me know and I will do so ASAP!
Current Music: Heart - Kirots
11 December 2007 @ 09:42 pm
Naturally, this would be my first upload ;D

The Gazette (ガゼット, gazetto, typeset as the GazettE) is a Japanese rock band, and part of the visual kei movement. The band formed in early 2002 and is currently signed to PS Company and King Records. Source.

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11 December 2007 @ 09:48 pm

Left to Right: Ai Kago (sub-leader), Tsuji Nozomi (leader)
W (ダブルユー, daburuyū), also written as Double You or Double U, was a J-pop duo associated with Hello! Project. Nozomi Tsuji and Ai Kago, former fourth generation members of Morning Musume, were in the group.

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YesAsia or CD Japan.

W is possibly my most favorite H!P group of all time. ♥ I was so upset when they disbanded. ;O;
If you've never heard/heard of W, or are unsure of whether they're worth downloading or not, I say go for it. They're a really fun group because of how close they are. What I'd recommend to first time listeners is their first single, Koi no Vacance. It's my personal favorite. :D
Or, you could always check youtube!
Please comment if downloading, because this took me a bit to upload.

Also, if anyone wants, I can upload their videography.
And, if you'd like something on a different server, please let me know and I will reupload it for you as soon as possible.
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: You got me - VHS or Beta