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Amazing group

Firstly. I have no idea what the songs are about. But the music is excellent. Easy to listen to and calming. Worth every penny.

Wonderful

If you have no idea who these guys are please look up their videos they are awesome. The group leader is genki sudo an ex mma/ k1 martial artist.

Rammstein for techno-geeks.

This music of course needs to be first experienced visually, and you can find all their accompanying videos online, with various remixes and increasing cosmopolitan copycats. What you'll find becomes even more intriguing as frontman Genki Sudo is a retired kick boxer and martial artist with a black belt in Ju-Jitsu, which adds credence to their wonderfully performed robot-salaryman choreography, headed by Ryo Noguchi. This is RAMMSTEIN for techno-geeks, and perhaps fills a void left behind by techno-pop YMO and a world currently inhabited by the likes of PERFUME - this provides the Yang to that Yin. Moreover, the music (co-written with Takashi Watanabe) stands by itself as incredibly inspiring, and you'll find yourself with lead tracks such as 'World Order' and 'Mind Shift' being lost in an emotionally charged mindset. As a group they represent something very positive in the pop music world. As Genki Sudo sings his heart out, you can feel the purity and naivety that Japan as a nation still cherishes and gives to the world - its less cynical, and more heartfelt. This can only be a good thing. Myself, I'm personally going to order a physical copy from Japan, as having the mp3s this time is just not enough. Let's hope for more albums, and more world tours.
MIRAI (ex- Keyboard Magazine, Japan) - Earth Academy Records, London. UK

World Order - EP, WORLD ORDER
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  • £2.49
  • Genres: J-Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 07 July 2010

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