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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Eastworld (Japan)
Catalog Number: TOCT-5855
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Keiko Terada lead and backing vocals|
Miki Nakamura organ, synthesizers, backing vocals
Miki Igarashi guitar, guitar synth, backing vocals
Miki Tsunoda drums
Satomi Senba bass
|1. ||Metallic Woman ||6:19|
|2. ||Life Is Dancing ||4:42|
|3. ||Switch Blade St. ||4:00|
|4. ||title in Japanese ||4:48|
|5. ||title in Japanese ||6:31|
|6. ||Make It Up ||4:14|
|7. ||title in Japanese ||4:01|
|8. ||Blue Rose Blues ||5:25|
|9. ||Way You Rock Me ||3:29|
|10. ||title in Japanese ||6:11|
|11. ||title in Japanese ||4:27|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 31, 2003 at 1:36|
|nothing great....posers....I must remember to learn japanese to listen..
||Date: January 21, 2006 at 6:56|
|No change of style here, which is good, but where are catchy hits that I got used to hear on their previous albums? Sure, the songs are ok but they seem to lack this little 'something'. If you have a choice, get yourself some other Show Ya record.
||Date: January 25, 2009 at 1:24|
|This is a classic! Sadly though, it was the last studio album with the original line-up. Hey JarWi, where are the catchy hits? How about "Metallic Woman" (Track 1) and "Gambling" (Track 7) which show just how awesome a guitarist Sun-Go is (she also wrote both tracks). "Sakebi" (Track 11) with Keiko sounding as amazing as ever, and the beautiful ballad "Uchi Ni Karou" (Track 10), "Way You Rock Me" (Track 9) which certainly rocks. This is awesome, the only let down being "Blue Rose Blues" (Track 8). Keiko has a stunning voice, but this track doesn't suit her style at all. One question: Moose, what do you mean posers? Fitting name by the way... I give this album 90/100...Must own!
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