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Itunes you rule for getting this band on here. Now you just need to add all their individual singles, considering those have songs not included in the album. Also, their music videos, then you will have my obsolute gratitude. Thanks again


This album is, although quite different, amazing. The style of the tracks has changed for sure. You notice it immediately. But this is not at all a bad or unwelcomed thing. There are still plenty of tracks that give off the upfront, in your face rock that we all know from SCANDAL, such as SCANDAL Nanka Buttobase, LOVE SURVIVE, and Pride. Then there are the more "mainstream" sounding tracks, that at times may be a little more poppy than rock, but are still great. Tracks like HARUKA, Very Special and GLAMOROUS YOU.

THEN you got your surprises. Those tracks that just seem to come from nowhere and blow you away. Leave you wondering what happened, but constantly hitting the replay button. For me, those were BURN, Apple Tachi no Dengon and Tokyo Skyscraper. Incredible. BURN has an incredible guitar riff for the intro. You can really hear the improvement in Mami's guitar skills listening just to that little part. It's great. Apple Tachi no Dengon is just filled with even more awesome guitar riffs from Mami, the driving bass lines we've come to know from Tomomi, and of course brilliant vocals from all of them. I can't get enough of it. And then Tokyo Skyscraper right after both of the previous mentioned songs. As if you weren't already feeling the effect of experiencing too much awesomeness in a row from BURN to Apple Tachi, Tokyo Skyscraper keeps that momentum and does not leave you disappointed. Though a little hard to describe in parts, song dial tone sounds around the middle (?), it is one of the most catchy on the album. The music throughout it has a great feel all around, but the way the chorus goes, it is just impossible to resist. It'll have you singing along with it right after you first hear it.

Much like TEMPTATION BOX ending with the ballad Sayonara My Friend, this one ends in a similar fashion with the track one piece. These type of songs are seemingly new to the girls, but they pull them off like they've been doing them for years. It really shows the diversity in the music they can play.

All in all, the album is great. Filled with tracks you already know and love, tracks that will stop you in your tracks wanting more, and an overall amount of fun is present in all of it. You can hear and fill it in the tracks. If you are familiar with SCANDAL at all, you need to get this album.


I was so happy i found this band on itunes. I had already bought the albumn from Japan but now i know that itunes is awesomer than i expected


Formed: 2006 in Osaka, Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Guitarist Zack Smith formed the mainstream pop/rock band Scandal after playing in various groups, including ones that featured Dee Murray and Davey Johnson of the Elton John band. Scandal's lineup was secured in 1982, with the addition of vocalist Patty Smyth; the rest of the band included bassist Ivan Elias, guitarist Keith Mack, keyboardist Benji King, and drummer Frankie La Rocka. After opening for acts like the Kinks and Hall & Oates, the band released their debut single, "Goodbye to You," in...
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Baby Action, Scandal
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: J-Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Aug 10, 2011

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