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The album peaked at number three on Oricon charts and sold , copies by year's end, eventually becoming the 48th album of the year. The album title "fanclub" is derived from the members' disposition toward creativity, their desire to be devoted followers not only of rock , but every type of music and its unique aspects and capabilities. The title also reflects their wish for people to love and live with the music in everyday life. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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However, while World World World wore thin after a few listens, and its much needed novelty elements were relegated to a couple of interludes, Mada Minu Ashita Ni shows exactly what the LP lacked -- a variety in songwriting. And that's exactly what they do on "Mustang," which may be played at the same speed as any other AKFG song, but carries a different mood, or rather, a variety of moods, going from wistful to hopeful and back. The same is true, to a lesser extent, of "Shinkokyuu," with its Chris Rea -like beginning entirely appropriate here and the ending that gently dissolves into a jazzy scat. The rest of the tracks aren't anything new by the standards of the band, and don't show much song development, which is probably why they weren't included on the full album, but they still sound inspired, and that, combined with the more emotionally adventurous tracks, makes Mada Minu Ashita Ni the most well-developed and well-balanced release by Asian Kung-Fu Generation at this point of their career.
Your basket is empty. Categories : All. Mail Delicous MySpace. AKFG began as a college band back in in a private university in Yokohama. It was the first and, to date, the only major project for three of its members -- Masafumi Gotou lead vocals and guitar , Takahiro Yamada bass and vocals and Kensuke Kita guitar and vocals.