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However, in the beginning the band spent several years playing local gigs and making small-label releases, known in Japan simply as "indies. Improv : "Road Movie" was originally an improvised song that changed depending on the location they were preforming.
Emo Kid : Subverted. Megane : Gotoh is the first type.
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Also, Surf Bungaku Kamakura's songs are each named after notable stops along the famous Enoshima Electric Railway in order starting from Fujisawa and ending with Kamakura. Then the big fancy house and the supermodel at the end of the course get up and elope in a yacht. Clucking Funny : Gotoh has partner up with a chicken in the "Easter" video. The band wasted no time and released a second full album Sol-fa that topped the charts for two weeks. Gainax Ending : The "Fujisawa Loser" video starts out as a weird metaphor for the difficulties of either entering a company or being in a famous band Concept Album : World World World is supposed to tell a story; Gotoh says that you should listen to it at least once in order. The music video, on the other hand, is about a synchronized swimming duo persevering despite getting attacked by a giant lobster in the middle of a competition. Soon they were joined by drummer Ijichi Kiyoshi, and this lineup proved to be stable, lasting over the course of three albums and while gearing up to release their fourth in spring , not counting the many singles -- important releases in Japan, where CD prices are among the highest in the world, increasing the demand for cheaper records. Fan Disservice : Kita crossdressing. The guy on the cover of solanin is wearing a Fanclub T-shirt. 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. Also, Japanese Christian : Kiyoshi. Their first attempt in that direction, "Kona Yuki" off I'm Standing Here, got picked by radio, and their first Japanese-only EP, Houkai Amplifier "Destroy Amplifier," turned out to be their breakthrough: it got rave reviews and scored in the Top 40 of the indie section of the Oricon charts. The "Ajikan" as the fans came to call them finally decided to take it easy, lying low for most of the Or Fanservice , depending on the viewer.
The music video, on the other hand, is about a synchronized swimming duo persevering despite getting attacked by a giant lobster in the middle of a competition. The "Whoaaaaa"s at the beginning of "Laika" were also improvised by Gotoh.
Many of the songs have emo-sounding lyrics, but they almost always have happy or hopeful endings.
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