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People will no doubt harpoon me when I admit i'm a sucker for J-Indie. I blame anime addiction.

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Only joking Hawk. If you listen to 99% of the stuff i post here im sure most people would harpoon me
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Kicking back with Brian Eno's Before and After Science from 1977. A huge influence on post-punk new wavers like This Heat and Wire...

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Love that fuzzed out stuff ! High Rise are great too. Dude have you picked up anything from Julian Cope's Japrocksampler - some extraordinary stuff on that list and I manged to collect all 50...

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Only joking Hawk. If you listen to 99% of the stuff i post here im sure most people would harpoon me


Yeah, I always expect to take alot of beating when ever I say to someone I like Japanese Rock and the like.
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Love that fuzzed out stuff ! High Rise are great too. Dude have you picked up anything from Julian Cope's Japrocksampler - some extraordinary stuff on that list and I manged to collect all 50...

I've not read it. To be honest I've been out of the music loop for roughly 10 years or so due to kids and other commitments. So, I'm always grateful for recommendations new or old. Reviews on here are certainly better than trying to figure out what the hell a band sounds like from the reviews/articles in Wire magazine which I still buy from time to time to try and keep current.
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Yeah, I always expect to take alot of beating when ever I say to someone I like Japanese Rock and the like.
Someone mentioned in work last week that Yoko Ono busted up the Beatles and was a no good harlot etc and I came back saying I was a fan of her 1973 record Approximately Infinite Universe, and boy did I get a roasting...
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