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SHOW-YA Outerlimits CD Japan Rock Metal 1989 2015
SHOW-YA Outerlimits CD Japan Rock Metal 1989 2015
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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: Eastworld (Japan)

Catalog Number: TOCT-8409

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
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
Tracks
1.  Out of Limits  3:09
2.  Look at Me!  5:13
3.  Lovers  4:01
4.  Trouble  4:08
5.  title in Japanese  5:34
6.  title in Japanese  4:38
7.  Cry for Freedom  4:55
8.  Bad Boys  3:58
9.  title in Japanese  4:05
10.  Paranoia Paradise  3:19
11.  Battle Express  4:31
  
Total Running Time:  47:31

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jeff olszewski Date: March 21, 2003 at 20:35
IM A HUGE SHOW-YA FAN.I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING TO FIND SHOW-YA FEMALE JAPANEESE FANS.PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT HEAVYMETAL532@YAHOO.COM

From: Aya Mae Date: May 14, 2004 at 5:07
I became Igarashi's big fan! Her guitar works are fantastic on this album, mainly at Battle Express. And the Japanese lyrics are fantastic and deep in to human emocional conflict! I need meet one of these women! jennysmjohnson@yahoo.com.br

From: Kels Date: September 7, 2004 at 17:16
Their best tune on this cd according to the majority of who I've talked with about this cd is "Switch Blade Street". It's probably the one listed "Title in Japanese". Perhaps this tune was the one most American's got into. I'm a pretty firm Show-Ya fan and supporter as of recently when I discovered the band from a stack of cassettes my Japanese girlfriend had left at my home seven years ago. I prefer listening to their live recordings verses the studio cuts. Much more feelings live. K

From: JarWi Date: December 31, 2005 at 13:04
Kels, the song you're talking about is number 7, Kaigenrei No Machi but I would say there are better tunes than that here. Check out Battle Express, Lovers or Watashi Wa Arashi(9) and your ears will pop out All in all, great musicianship.


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