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Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 7:30 PM Posted by FEMALE TROUBLE 3 Comments

Is this an all-star line-up or what?

Miki Sawaguchi (famed, big-breasted AV idol)
Jojo Hiroshige (leader of Hijokaidan)
Masami Akita (the Merz man himself)
Masahiko Ohno (trash guitar noise God, Solmania)

The vibe is eerie and lucid for the most part, Miki Sawaguchi's spoken word is oddly relaxing, yet her other vocal styles (characterized by either loud cackling, or weeping and whining like a school-girl) are so cute in such a disturbing way, that you'll probably just end up feeling the latter anyways. This is an amazing album worth checking out for fans of any of the above mentioned people. Now if I could only find the 'Big Boobs' album by Miki Sawaguchi...


3 Responses so far.

  1. Thank you!

  2. I try to sample music from every genre, and I am a fan of music from every genre, from country to rap to rock to trip hop and trance. I have forced myself to see the beauty in albums like On the Corner by Miles Davis, and even some of Yoko Ono's more abstract works. However, I listened to this album three times, from beginning to end, and I can find no redeeming value in it whatsoever. Perhaps from a purely artistic viewpoint, the album may be seen to be pushing forward the boundaries of what "music" can be, in a completely analytical interpretation. Other than that, it has no value that I can ascertain. There is no talent or craft inherent in the work. It is simply noise, and nothing else.

  3. @Anonymous
    Well, guess what? This music IS called "Noise".

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