12 - The Japanese Popstars - We Just Are (Finalizer).mp3 (Size: 158.67 MB) (Files: 13)
12 - The Japanese Popstars - We Just Are (Finalizer).mp3
10 - The Japanese Popstars - Total Distorted Mayhem.mp3
11 - The Japanese Popstars - F19B (Droppin’ Bombs).mp3
08 - The Japanese Popstars - The Smile.mp3
09 - The Japanese Popstars - Rise Of Ulysses.mp3
06 - The Japanese Popstars - Dr. Frenchy Bernard.mp3
07 - The Japanese Popstars - Anthepic_We Have Taken Over.mp3
04 - The Japanese Popstars - Delboys Revenge.mp3
05 - The Japanese Popstars - B.C.T.T..mp3
01 - The Japanese Popstars - We Just Are (Intro).mp3
02 - The Japanese Popstars - Sample Whore.mp3
03 - The Japanese Popstars - Face Melter.mp3
The Japanese Popstars - We Just Are
Bit Rate: 320kbps
1. We Just Are (Intro)
2. Sample Whore
3. Face Melter
4. Delboys Revenge
6. Dr Frenchy Bernard
7. Anthepic (We Have Taken Over)
8. The Smile
9. Rise Of Ulysses
10. Total Distorted Mayhem
11. F19b (Droppin' Bombs)
12. We Just Are (Finalizer)
The Japanese Popstars are riding a wave of great live gigs, major festival bookings, and media praise off the back of thier amazing energy driven live shows and their critically acclaimed debut album 'We Just Are'.
Native to Northern Ireland (any fetishists expecting cute Japanese girls can leave now), and consisting of Declan McLaughlin aka Decky Hedrock, Gary Curran, and Gareth Donoghue. The Japanese Popstars are signed to bespoke indie label, Gung-Ho Recordings (Gus Gus, Zoo Brazil) in the UK, and Beatink in Japan (home of Underworld, Aphex Twin, Cinematic Orchestra).
The Japanese Popstars' only parallel with rock music is that they'd built up a sizable live following before releasing their first major single - some might even say cultish, judging by the amount of clips on Youtube. Their gigs are typically raucous affairs, with an energy that crackles with each beat, chord, and keyboard stab.
However, let's get one thing straight about the music - The Japanese Popstars aren't indie rave, or any other sub-sub-sub genre, theirs is big room, cool as f**k electronic music built for festivals and stadiums. They're not dance kids aping indie kids, nor are they indie kids dropping synths and calling themselves 'ravers'.
The Japanese Popstars - back to the future dance music for today, tomorrow, and forever, and it's coming to a field near you very soon.