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Yamamoto Seiichi - Nu Frequency11:02 am
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Genre: Nu Jazz | 256 Kbps | 46:42 | 66 Mb

Guitarist Yamamoto Seiichi is well-known as having done his part for the "further future assault" sound of the Boredoms, and is perhaps well-known to those devotees of the Kensai rock scene as leader of the amazing Omoide Hatoba and Rovo bands. No matter how well-known or obscure to noise rock cultists, Seiichi's first solo effort, Nu Frequency, is beyond the reach of any of his other projects. A multi-textured, atmospheric exercise in rock, ambience, improvisation, and dynamic, Nu Frequency is equal parts Bill Frisell-style jazz (the ECM days), the Jimi Hendrix of "Moon Turn the Tides (Gently, Gently Away)" from Electric Ladyland (in fact all of side three), and the Miles Davis from In a Silent Way. You get the idea.
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Aya Ueto11:05 am
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Aya Ueto (born September 14, 1985 in Nerima, Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese actress, idol, and singer. In 1997, Aya Ueto participated in the 7th All-Japan National Young Beauty contest, where she received a special award from the judges. Her discovery led to many TV commercial deals, which would eventually start her acting career. In 1999, she formed the J-pop band Z-1 with Mami Nejiki, Mai Fujiya, and Manami Nishiwaki.
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Hamasaki Ayumi - Greatful Days (2003)11:06 am
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DVD-Rip | VOB 720 x 480 | 48000 Hz, 1536 Kbps | 4:55 | 363 Mb
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