Have you ever seen Ping Pong? It is a movie about two high school students, Peco (Yosuke Kubozuka) and Smile (ARATA) who play ping-pong and discover how that sport shaped their friendship, or maybe, rivalry that might ruin their bonds. I really, really, want to review this movie… But, I really, really want to try sticking myself to schedule – a movie/dorama review per month. Maybe, posting about the soundtrack won’t hurt. ^^
If you ever wonder about music artists who perform live as good as their recording, one of them will be – definitely- SPITZ. I’m awed by their live videos (you can check it in Youtube). They might be not as stylish as Laruku, but their music varies a lot. I mean A LOT. Name it: pop, a lil bit punk, reggae, rock, ballad, and even lazy pop (okay this is not a genre, but really, you have to check their single Apartment from Hoshi no Kakera, if you want to know what I mean). This time, I want to share my favorite songs from their album: Mikazuki Rock.
Wah, sampai juga kita di penghujung Februari 2011. Hm, masih ada 2 hari lagi si. ^^ Anyway, like usual, at 4th week in every month, I’d like to share my Top 5. This time, I’m going to share my favorite songs from one of my favorite Japanese artist: Utada Hikaru.
If things go well according to plan, next week will be a VERY VERY busy week for me T.T. Hm, at least I’ve got new songs at my playlist. And, yup, these new songs are performed by Capsule, an electronica duo from Japan, with its newest album titled: Player. The duo itself consists of Yasutaka Nakata (the genius composer of Liar Game dorama soundtrack) and a female vocalist with cute voice, Koshijima Toshiko.
“PLAYER” Cd Cover
(Image Source: cdjapan.co,jp)
I found out about this duo from a commercial message at the end of Liar Game season 2. The CM said that musics from LG 2 and movie are available at this album. Intrigued by information from Wikipedia (Shibuya -Kei genre?! Yay! Yay! Yay!), I decided to check out “Player”.
One of positive points from H2 live action dorama is its theme song titled “Over”. The song is sung by a Korean singer that also released his songs in Japanese language. His voice is so… I don’t know… I just love his voice. He manages to sing at high pitch in full emotion. Love it.
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