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back number are a pop rock band from Ōta, Japan. http://backnumber.info/ In 2004, the band formed in the mind of Iyori Shimizu in Ōta, Gunma Prefecture. Though there were many member changes, it's been the same members from 2007 to now. On February 18th 2009 the first mini album 『逃した魚』(nogashita sakana) was released. TOWER RECORDS recommended item 「タワレコメン」(towarecomen), HMV recommended item 「HOT PICKS」for the first time, and featured in many other shops acrosss the country. June of 2010, the first album 『あとのまつり』(atonomatsuri) was released. Among others they established their status, drawing the line with their technique for lovely melody coupled...
One of the biggest and most influential bands of the Japanese indie rock scene, Number Girl was a quartet hailing from Fukuoka, Japan. Formed in 1995, they gradually gained a following in their hometown, and soon released their first album, School Girl Bye Bye in 1997. The band was later picked up by Toshiba EMI and released their major label debut, School Girl Distortional Addict. Initially somewhat evocative of the Pixies and Sonic Youth, the band evolved and found themselves creating their own unique mixture of indie rock and traditional Japanese sounds in their subsequent albums, Sappukei and Num-Heavymetallic (both...
The group consists of: Annette Maye, clarinets Gürkan Balka, oud, singer Murat Coşkun, percussion, singer .
The Groovy Little Numbers were an indie pop band from Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland centred around former member of The Boy Hairdressers, and future BMX Bandits and Superstar member Joe McAlinden. Formed in the mid-1980s, multi-instrumentalist Joe McAlinden was joined by Catherine Steven (vocals) and Gerard Love (bass, vocals), with a brass section from the Motherwell Youth Orchestra comprising Colette Walsh (tenor saxophone), John McRorie (alto sax), Kevin McCarthy (baritone sax), Mairi Cameron (trumpet), and James Wood (trumpet).[1][2] The band only released two EPs during their time together, both on 53rd & 3rd, the first of which, "You Make My Head...
Found 69 songs, duration: 04:51:36
Back to Heaven
Back to Heaven
Tous ensemble
And Love Has Gone
Back To Heaven
Down To The Disco
back to heaven (extended edit)
Back To Heaven
And Love Has Gone
Mister Luck (1980)
Love Express (1980)
Mister Luck (1980)
Back To Heaven (1980)
Down To The Disco
Back To Heaven
Down To The Disco
Down to the disco (1980)
Flor De Coca ('80)
Back To Heaven (Telexketch Edit)
Down To The Disco (ADN 12" Edit)
Love Express (1980)
Vaya, Vaya (1977)
Candy Music (1978)
Down To The Disco
Down To The Disco (1980)
Melancholy Melancholy
Flor De Coca (1980)
Back To Heaven (1979)
We Are Number One (Jazz Ensemble)
Melancholy Melancholy (1978)