the Nonfiction | earthling jam

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earthling jam

by the Nonfiction

Japanese Rock'n Roll band with Raw and edgy tone
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Monkey Thing
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2. Back Alley Cat
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3. Sunset
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4. Send Me The Message
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5. Language Trouble
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6. Unbalance
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7. Paisley Park
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8. Do It
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9. Funny Lady
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10. Treat You Right
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11. Push It Up
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12. Foolish Game
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Album Notes
The Nonfiction is a Japanese rock'n roll band. They are all from Osaka, Japan. The bassist, Saigen and guitarist, Keizo have been playing together since 1984. Drummer,Tomoya is a well known rock drummer in Japan. Produced by Mike Kamoo at Earthling studios.


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dumb drumb

very cool vibe music
the problem I had with this disc is this, each song is so good that I left the repeat button on, keeping me from the rest of the record, It seemed to me that as the disc played on, the songs and the sound became bigger and brighter, really highlighting the quality of the musicianship, and the recording engineers ability to capture it so well, although the non-fiction only seem to jam when paths cross it is still a delight to see them live, if not, you really should get this disc now! iloverock&roll&rock&rolllovesmetoo, love dumb drumb