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    anyone have any of the following albums by Susumu Hirasawa: Water in Time & Space , The Ghost in Science , Virtual Rabbit , and Aurora thx for listening.

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    new hikaru out on the 19th i hear...the singles were awesome

    anyone gonna buy it?

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    Still looking for Splurge =( Still can't find it ='(

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    Does anybody have the album "Big Wave Sunset" by ROUND TABLE?
    If so, can you upload it please?
    I can't find it anywhere.

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    Hey, can anyone put up the Boom Boom Satellites album "7 Ignitions"? That would be cool!

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    does anyone have phantasmagoria complete discography ?

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    weird how I'm always sharing stuff I have, but this time, I have a small request. is there anyone who can give me the song Different Colors by Fantastic Plastic Machine? I've been trying to find it and haven't had any luck... so if anyone had it or could try to find it for me or anything, it would be highly appreciated... <33

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmeryLight View Post
    weird how I'm always sharing stuff I have, but this time, I have a small request. is there anyone who can give me the song Different Colors by Fantastic Plastic Machine? I've been trying to find it and haven't had any luck... so if anyone had it or could try to find it for me or anything, it would be highly appreciated... <33
    Best of Fantastic Plastic Machine
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    umm... the links aren't working for me...

    besides, I'd rather someone just give me the one song.

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    man rapidshare is so stupid..only 1 song? picky picky...

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    Hay gaiz just thought I'd break the deluge of requests with a download link

    Luminous Orange - Sakura Swirl (2007-08)

    01 - Sakura Swirl.mp3
    02 - Every Single Child.mp3
    03 - Icicles.mp3
    04 - Reverie.mp3
    05 - Silver Kiss.mp3
    06 - Mithrandir In the Lilac Sky.mp3
    07 - Half A Boy.mp3
    08 - Under your Skin.mp3

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    hey guys i got some stuff you might be interested in. i didn't upload any of these i just found them from other websites

    Plus-Tech Squeeze Box - FAKEVOX
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    Plus-Tech Squeeze Box - Cartooom
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    BUMP OF CHICKEN - Namida no Furu
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    BUMP OF CHICKEN - Flame Vein
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    BUMP OF CHICKEN - The living Dead
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    Susumu Hirasawa - Aurora
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    thats all, thanks to you guys for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualchan View Post
    man rapidshare is so stupid..only 1 song? picky picky...

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    thank you~ n_n

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    Thank you I enjoyed the Album now I have no problem ordering Aurora since I liked the majority
    of the songs. 1 down 3 left to go

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    Hey do anyone have this song
    Psychic Lover - No way out

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    New Utada Album "Heart Station" 320kbs

    Here is the new Utada Hikaru Album "Heart Station" In 320kbs

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    tytytyty killa....but i think track 10 is f*cked..gr8 album though

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    Well hmmmm now that I've had the chance to listen to all 4 of the albums that I was needing -- the strongest of the 4 was Aurora again.

    Now all I need is to find someone who has all of P-Model

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualchan View Post
    tytytyty killa....but i think track 10 is f*cked..gr8 album though
    Someone said the track is about death so hence the sudden cut off? Or is it bad off all together?

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    Anyone have Yuko Sasaki's "Pure" album? Not sure if I've got the name right, so it's a shot in the dark.

    EDIT: Digging through some of my old albums for stuff to upload. I have a lot of Kiroro's work, so I'll get around to uploading that whenever I find it.

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    Mai Hoshimura anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by killa5k7 View Post
    Someone said the track is about death so hence the sudden cut off? Or is it bad off all together?

    Track 10 (Take 5) should be 3:43 long, and it seems it was meant to be abruptly cut off like that, so virtualchan, if your copy has this duration then it should be "OK".

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    Japanese Gentlemen, Stand Up Please! Some Pizzicato Five!
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    Pizzicato Mania! (a.k.a. Pizzicato Five 85, when rereleased) - 1985-7. A collection from P5's very first e.p.'s, including their debut single, "The Audrey Hepburn Complex." Sasaki Mamiko on vocals.

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    Couples - 1987 P5's first full album. Contains some classics. A very different sound from their later works.
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    Bellissima! - 1988 P5's second full album. Jazzy. Tajima Takao on vocals.
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    On Her Majesty's Request - 1989 Third full album; has a 60's spy-thriller theme. Tajima Takao on vocals.
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    Soft Landing on the Moon - 1990 Combines new material with live and arranged versions of previously released tracks. A very fun album, especially for those who have heard their previous stuff.
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    Hey Guys! Let Me Teach You - 1991 A soundtrack to the 1991 television drama "Gakkou e Ikou." This is primarily an instrumental-only album, but features some groovy beats. "Let's Be Adult" first appears on this disk as an instrumental arrangement.
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    This Year's Model/London-Paris-Tokyo/Readymade e.p. - 1991 This is a rerelease which contains P5's first three e.p.'s after Nomiya Maki joins P5 as lead vocalist. Good stuff.
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    This Year's Girl - 1991 First album with Nomiya Maki as lead vocalist. One or two tracks are arranged versions of songs found on the previous three e.p.'s.
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    Shibuya Onair Sept. 28 1991 - 1991 While not an official album release, this is a recording of a live performance given around the time of the release of "This Year's Girl." The sound quality isn't phenomenal, but it makes for a decent listen.

    Sweet Pizzicato Five - 1992 More of an electronic/slightly techno-y sound.
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    Bossa Nova 2001 - 1993 Another highly enjoyable album.
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    Instant Replay - 1993 An official release of tracks from live performances. The sound quality is very good, and the arrangements are interesting. This features Nomiya Maki singing some Sasaki Mariko-era tracks, which makes for an interesting listen.
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    The Night is Still Young e.p. - 1993 Contains "The Night is Still Young," a remix (toolbox mix), as well as an instrumental version.
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    Expo 2001 - 1993 The first official P5 remix album, featuring arrangements of tracks mostly from Bossa Nova 2001.
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    Five by Five e.p. (US release) - 1994 The only track on this not featured on another P5 album is an English version of "Me, Japanese Boy," "Baby Love Child," and a laughably terrible English version of "This Year's Girl #1."
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    Quickie e.p. (US release) - 1994 features a radio edit of the English version of "Magic Carpet Ride" as well as an instrumental version. Remix of "I Wanna Be Like You." Also contains "Go Go Dancer," (originally on Bossa Nova 2001 and Made in USA)
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    Made in USA (US release) - 1994 Contains tracks found on P5's previous Japanese releases. Has English versions of "Baby Love Child" and "Magic Carpet Ride." Some of the cuts are slightly longer or shorter than the originals.
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    Happy Sad e.p. - Contains the original version of "Happy Sad," an instrumental version, as well as the B-side track "Face B," which doesn't appear anywhere else, I think.

    The Sunny Side of the Street e.p. - Features a radio-edit of The Sunny Side of the Street, the instrumental version, and "Silent Night," which is a Christmas-themed adaptation of "Thank You."
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    Overdose - 1994 Another fun album! All original tracks.
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    ROMANTIQUE 96 - 1995 Love-themed album; features a track by the Fantastic Plastic Machine, as well as a cover of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot's "Contact."
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    Antique '96 - 1995 A "best-of" re-release of pre-Nomiya Maki P5. The only tracks on this album that aren't on any other are a remixes of "Two Sleepy People" and "Lover's Rock."

    The Sound of Music (US Release) - 1995 Like the first US album, this contains tracks from various P5 releases, slightly reedited or sung in English. "Fortune Cookie" is, I believe, the only entirely original track. There is also a lengthy remix of "Peace Music" here, and the version of "Catchy" here is different from the original (I actually prefer it).
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    Triste ep - Contains a radio-edit of "Triste," an instrumental version, and "Welcome to the Circus" from ROMANTIQUE 96.
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    TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1994 - 1995 A "Best Of" collection. Some of the edits are of different lengths than the originals. There is also an orchestrated melody of several of the tracks on the album, as well as a remix of "On the Sunny Side of the Street."
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    A Message Song ep - 1996 Contains "A Message Song," an instrumental version, "Gin-Chan's Love Letter," and "Someone's in Love with Someone."
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    Baby Portable Rock - 1996 Contains "Baby Portable Rock," the instrumental version, an orchestrated version of "Triste," as well as the Nissan Mistral CM jingle.
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    Great White Wonder - 1996 Contains rare masters of tracks used in promotion, as BGM, or in commercials, as well as demos and the like. Again, interesting, especially for fans familiar with P5's oeuvre.
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    Baby Portable Sessions - 1996 A radio broadcast live performance featuring songs from this period. Sound quality is very high, and all versions are acoustic. It's amazing how clean Nomiya Maki's voice is, even live. A pleasant listen.
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    combinaison SPACIALE e.p. - 1996 Dub remixed versions of "Baby Portable Rock," "Ice Cream Meltin' Mellow," "Contact," "Good," and "Tokyo Mon Amour." Again, very nice if you like the originals.
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    Sister Freedom Tapes - 1996 Mostly new material, along with an upbeat rearrangement of Overdose's "Airplane."
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    I Hear a Symphony ep - 1997 Features the original version of "I Hear a Symphony," as well as "Concerto." Also contains instrumental versions of both of these tracks.
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    It's a Beautiful Day ep - 1997 Contains "It's a Beautiful Day" and "Love's Theme," as well as instrumental versions. These are slightly edited and are thus a tad different from the album versions.
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    Mon Amour Tokyo ep - 1997 Since there are two versions of this (UK release and Japanese release), I've sort of combined them in my collection. The total package contains the Album version of the title track, an English version, the 808 State Remix of "Trailer Music," the Heads Up You Slaves of Labour!Mix of "Trailer Music," as well as Dimitri's Voco Dubstrumental version of "Contact."

    Happy End of the World - 1997 Another good album. They're all good! What can I say?
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    Happy End of You - 1998 Remix album of tracks on Happy End of the World. The only album I really have trouble getting into. For hardcore fans only, I'd say.
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    La Regle du Jeu ep - Contains the title track and an instrumental version, as well as a completely different version of "A New Song" not to be found anywhere else.
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    Playboy Playgirl ep - Contains radio edit of "Playboy Playgirl," an instrumental version, as well as "The International Playboy Playgirl Beats," a dub mix.
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    Readymade Sampler (?) - 1998 I'm not sure about the origins of this "album." It contains fully fleshed out intrumental versions of "Week-End," "Drinking Wine," and another track. I can't find much information about this. The tracks are nice, though.
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    Such a Beautiful Girl Like You ep - Features original version of the title track, plus its instrumental version. Also included is a new remix of "Magic Carpet Ride."
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    The International Playboy & Playgirl Record - 1998 Very retro in sound -- very cool. Slightly different from US Matador release.
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    The International Playboy & Playgirl Record (Matador Pressing) - 1999 -- The international release of the above; Rolls Royce is shortened and The International Playboy Playgirl Mansion is replaced with La Regle du Jeu.
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    A Perfect World ep - 1999 Features original version of "A Perfect World" (found on Fifth Release), as well as a different arrangement of "La Guerre est Fini."
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    Pizzicato Five VS The Darlin' of Discotheque - 1999 An instrumental arrangement album, featuring "Goodbye Baby & Amen," "20th Century Girl," "LOUDLAND," and two mixes of "Wild Strawberries."
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    Pizzicato Five (TM) - 1999 The only track not on the US release is the first, "Love Again." This, of course, was how this album was intended to be heard!
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    The Fifth Release from Matador (US Release) - 1999 This is the US version of Pizzicato Five(TM), and does feature a slightly different track list. The single versions of "A Perfect World," as well as tracks only available on certain Japanese e.p.'s have been added, but in return, the first track from the Japanese release has been excluded.
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    Darlin' of Discotheque e.p. - 1999 Contains full version of title track, a radio edit as well as "Jolly Bubbly Lovely." The other track on it is "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Barbie Dolls."
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    Nonstop to Tokyo e.p. - 1999 The title track and a radio eit. Also on this is "Bossa Nova 3003" (a megamix) and "Mademoiselle."

    Voyage a Tokyo ep - 2000 Contains original version of title track, a remix, and "les grandes vacances."
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    24 Decembre ep - 2000 Contains original version of title track, PIZZICATO FIVE X (a mega mix), and a remix of the title track entitled "Un Carnet de Bal."
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    Ca et La Du Japon - 2000 P5's final full original album. Features many guest artists from both the East and West. A very eclectic, juicy album.
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    Pizzicato Five: In the Bag - 2000
    This is a collector's package featuring a total of six disks, both CD and vinyl.
    COZA-50228 - only new material on this are the two tracks "Lesson Part 1" and "Lesson Part 2."
    COZA-50229 - A cover a remix ep. 20th Century Girl performed by the Clovers, Darlin' of Discotheque by Mieko Hirota, La Depression by Grand Prix (which is also somewhere else, I think), a remix of Let's Be Adult, and a reappearance of "Playboy Playgirl Beats."
    COZA-50230 - a remix ep, featuring older work. The sound quality on one or two of the tracks isn't very good, but those remixes can be found elsewhere. Tracks only found here are Nata di Marzo Live Tour, Shock Treatment Free Soul, The Girl from Ipanema, Tout Va Bien Free Soul Edit.
    COZA-50231 - more remixes. Most (all?) of these can be found on REMIXES 2000.
    COZA-50232 - Older album/single tracks. REALLY terrible sound quality. Whoever transferred this from vinyl should be shot. Lovingly.
    COZA-50233 - Like the above; nothing that can't be found elsewhere, I believe.

    REMIXES 2000 - 2000 As the title implies, this is a remix album. Good stuff. I particularly like "The Grooveroom Suite" and the mix of "Jolly Bubbly Lovely."
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    Last Live - 2001 You guessed it -- a recording from P5's farewell live performance.

    Pizzicato Five RIP Big Hits and Jetlags 1998-2001 - 2001 P5's last retrospective Best-Of collection. This features a new remix of "The Night is Still Young," an instrumental version of "I," Grand Prix's version of "La Depression," and a new version of "Summertime, Summertime" with Nomiya Maki on vocals.
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    In the Mix - 2001 A nonstop mix of P5's works from across their entire Nomiya Maki-era discography.

    Singles - 2001(?) A two-disk collection of P5's singles, from Sweet Soul Review to 24 Decembre. The versions on this disk are, by and large, the single versions found on the original singles and e.p.'s (and not the album cuts/arrangements).
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    Music and Words of Pizzicato Five - 2002 A tribute album! Hear various Japanese artists perform covers of beloved P5 songs!
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    The Band of the 20th Century: The Sony Years - A "Best Of" collection from the group's early period. The second CD contains rare live performances from this era.

    Pizzicato Five We Dig You - 2006 A tribute cut-up album, with cut-up mixes by several Japanese DJ's. A fun listen for the experienced P5 fan, but not necessary a good place to start.
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    Pizzicato Five We Love You - Another post-break-up best-of album, but heavier on the b-side-type tracks.
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    does anyone have albums from

    kagerou
    merry

    this bands are awesome!

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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by Tropy_29 View Post
    I have some music I might upload later, including some funk-rock Special Others, classic-electro Susumu Hirasawa, and genre-defying experimentalists Geinoh Yamashirogumi. And maybe some others...
    Couldn't see if you upped any Geinoh Yamashirogumi or not, anyway here's the first album "Osorezan / Do No Kenbai (1976)" :

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