Incidentally, what music DO you get into?Well, her music doesn't cut it for me.
But, I can see how it would be haunting in a movie about character growth and emotional trauma.
Incidentally, what music DO you get into?
The next two girls will be one from a popular indie garage punk group --- apparently popular enough to be easily found on Soulseek, but not enough to be listed at http://wiki.theppn.org or http://www.nippop.com --- and the other from a group that specializes in retro rock with surf and enka elements.
[IMGL]http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q32/experimentego/07-yukikosuzuki03.jpg[/IMGL]Then in 2003, they ended their relationship with Victor Entertainment and created their own record label, ZubRockA. Asahi Tsukasa, who was a touring bassist, became an official member of the group, while drummer Miki Hiroshi departed and was replaced by Monchi.Musicwhore.org said:"**** the Melancholy", the opening track on the band's latest long-player Northern Hymns, begins with a rhythm taken straight from Number Girl's "Abstract Truth". After singer Suzuki Yukiko enters with a snarl, the rest of the song plays like Number Girl's best moments -- thundering drums, dischordant guitars, even a screaming backing vocal during the chorus.
Bugy has turned itself into a garage band, trading in its more ambitious complexities for a straight-forward, visceral sound. Tsukasa's guitars are dirtier, more dissonant. Suzuki sings with total abandon, while drummer Hiroshi pounds on his set with a single-minded determination. Even if it isn't Bugy Craxone's intention to bow a hat to Mukai and crew, Northern Hymns is definitely one of the most passionately performed rock albums released this year.
*Fwaps you*At first I thought it sounded good, then I noticed that there is about one minute of interesting music, followed by the rest of the song being repeated over and over again.
And it got worse and worse as I progressed through the songs.