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Old 03 Feb 2001, 13:18   #1
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They got some really nice songs .
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Old 03 Feb 2001, 23:49   #2
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Big in Japan...*hehehehe*

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Old 31 Mar 2015, 15:07   #3
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I remember an radio-interview in 89/90 with MG, where he was asked to present a few of his personal favorite-songs/artists of them which then immediately sparked my highest interest was the marvelous song ┤orpheus┤ by the up to that moment to me still completely unknown DAVID SYLVIAN... to make a long story short – before his solo-carrier he was the singer, songwriter and founding member of a band called JAPAN which released 1980, between their first two stilistically largely undecided and musically somewhat immature albums and their last imho rather over-ambitious one, two excellent albums which I would highly recommend to anyone who loves artfully synth-pop with enchanting vocals.
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Old 18 Apr 2015, 21:58   #4
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Well, ok I must admit, synth-pop, of course isn┤t the best description of that style... the intended emphasis was anyway rather on ┤artfully┤ and ┤excellent┤.
Probably more suitable: ┤Artistically sophisticated pop from the era of New Wave┤.

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"Talking about music, is like dancing about architecture"
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LOVE JAPAN! I didn't hear them for the first time until the 2000's, but it felt like coming home. I often go to sleep listening to the "Oil on Canvas" album.

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