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鬼書

Gargoyle

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 24th, 2011
Label:
First Cell
Reviews:
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2. 蠱惑 04:53   Show lyrics
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3. マンボ・ジャンボ 04:31   Show lyrics
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4. 雨降る雲の向こう 04:00   Show lyrics
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5. Jibuning 04:10   Show lyrics
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6. 蜃気楼の中へ 05:32   Show lyrics
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7. VIVA!-aso-VIVA! 04:13   Show lyrics
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8. 極限解放 03:57   Show lyrics
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9. 骨の味 04:21   Show lyrics
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10. "1 -Ichi-" 04:35   Show lyrics
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11. 夜椿 00:48   instrumental
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12. 影王 04:26   Show lyrics
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13. いのち柔らかく 05:01   Show lyrics
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Band members
Kazuhisa "Kiba" Tochihara Vocals, Lyrics
Kentaro Yokota Guitars, Guitars (acoustic), Vocals (backing)
Toshiyuki "Toshi" Sueyoshi Bass, Vocals (backing)
Katsuji Kirita Drums, Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
Takeshi Masaki Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Kazuhisa "Kiba" Tochihara Vocals, Lyrics
Kentaro Yokota Guitars, Guitars (acoustic), Vocals (backing)
Toshiyuki "Toshi" Sueyoshi Bass, Vocals (backing)
Katsuji Kirita Drums, Vocals (backing)
Takeshi Masaki Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Read Kisho 100% todesengel89 October 28th, 2011
Track title transliterations:
1. Knuckle Art
2. Kowaku
3. Mumbo Jumbo
4. Amefuru Kumo No Mukou
6. Shinkirou No Naka E
8. Kyokugen Kaihou
9. Hone No Aji
11. Yoru Tsubaki
12. Kage Ou
13. Inochi Yawarakaku

Track title translations:
2. Fascination
4. Beyond The Raining Cloud
6. Into The Mirage
7. Liberation From Limits
8. Taste of Bone
11. Night Camellia
12. Shadow King
13. Softening Life

Produced by Gargoyle.
Recording engineered, mixed and mastered by Takeshi Masaki (Phillies) at Chicken George Southern Awaji studio.
Recorded in January through February of 2011 at Chicken George Southern Awaji studio.

VIVA!-aso-VIVA!'s title is a play on the japanese word "Asobiba", which is a
playground.

Tracks 7 and 12 are re-recordings of the songs from the "Kuro-Obi Rockers" split album.

"鬼書" (Kisho) is a made up word meaning "The Demon Writings" in Japanese.
Added by: Crick Modified by: HouseSpiders
Added on: 2011-02-24 01:52:08 Last modified on: 2012-08-08 15:41:09
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