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Well it's about time apple.

For those of us who have been paying exorbitant amounts of money for import-only copies of BBS records. Or just buying them for cheap while we are in Japan ;). I wish apple would work on getting all the BBS releases here, that would make my life so much easier. Anyway, as far as this album goes, in true BBS style, it's awesome, as always. If you listened to ON, BBS' previous release, Exposed has a very similiar sound. People might criticize for BBS breaking their habit of always making a new sound with each album, but I really liked the sound of ON, I think it was their most solid album, and Exposed picks up right where they left off with ON. What Goes Round Comes Around, Easy Action, and Intergalactic are likely to be your starting points on this album. Big riffs and soaring vocals abound, along with the usual solid technical percussion. These guys are better than probably 95% of what you hear over here in the states. Do yourself a favor, pick this album up and let it start. In no time you will be hunting for all those hard to find import BBS albums, trust me, they are that good.

Excellent High Energy

I just can't get enough of this band from Japan. This release is just scratching the surface of what this band has to offer... I recommend checking them out if you like this release.

Excellent release, don't stop here Apple!

Excellent album and hopefully not the last on iTunes. Now how about releasing 'On'? Finding imports and paying for them is a drag.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Tokyo electronic-pop duo Boom Boom Satellites paired singer/guitarist Michiyuki Kawashima and bassist/DJ Masayuki Nakano, fellow university students who first teamed in 1990. Taking their name from a song by Sigue Sigue Sputnik, they earned wide acclaim for their 1995 debut single "Dub Me Crazy," a highlight of noted DJ Fumiya Tanaka's Abstract Set One compilation; signing with the Belgian label R&S, in 1997 Boom Boom Satellites returned with "4 a Moment of Silence," followed later that year...
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