Landmark is the seventh studio album by the Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation, released on September 12, 2012. In late 2011, Gotoh confirmed in his diary that the band were in the studio recording new songs. However, he did not release the name of the album until July 2012, days after their 2012 Nano-Mugen Festival.
Asian Kung-Fu Generation é uma banda de rock japonesa formada em 1996 por Masafumi Gotoh (vocal/guitarra), Kensuke Kita (guitarra/vocal), Takahiro Yamada (baixo/vocal) e Kiyoshi Ijichi (bateria). A banda já teve vários sucessos como aberturas de animes conhecidos, como: 遥か彼方 (Haruka Kanata) foi a segunda abertura de Naruto,リライト (Rewrite) como a quarta abertura de Fullmetal Alchemist e アフターダーク (After Dark), se tornou a sétima abertura de Bleach. Kimi Tsunagi Five M (2003). 5 - Natsu no hi, Zanzou.
Asian Kung-Fu Generation was first formed in 1996 when Masafumi Gotoh, Kensuke Kita, and Takahiro Yamada met while attending a music club at Kanto Gakuin University, a private university in Yokohama, Japan. Masafumi Gotoh became the lead vocalist and played rhythm guitar, Kensuke Kita played lead guitar and sang backup and Takahiro Yamada played bass.
Flashback" - A fast paced song that has a punk-rockish feel to it. It'll get you banging your head! 8/10. Mirai no Kakera" - Continuing with the momentum from the previous track, "Flashback", we're off to the same raw rhythm (or what I call "rawthm"). As of now, the album is still forcing you to get in a moshpit, as the indie-hard rock sound continues. Near then end, you'll get a soft break, or two as it settles down.
A fantastic J-Rock gateway album/band. Very enjoyable album, the distinct pop rock sound will keep listening for more. Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Kimitoiuhana. used to have autism, now i don't. This album is wonderful.
Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a Japanese alternative rock band formed in Yokohama, Japan, in 1996. For nearly its entire career, the band has consisted of vocalist Masafumi Gotoh, guitarist Kensuke Kita, bassist Takahiro Yamada, and drummer Kiyoshi Ijichi. Starting out as a college band, Asian Kung-Fu Generation released a series of independent EPs featuring lyrics mostly sung in English. In 2002, they released their major-label EP debut Hōkai Amplifier, from that point singing their lyrics in Japanese. The band's musical style is influenced by seminal Western alternative rock acts as well.
Topics about Asian Kung-Fu Generation albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories. This category contains albums by Asian Kung-Fu Generation. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. E. Asian Kung-Fu Generation EPs (5 P).
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