Killer Tune (Japan Version)
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YesAsia Editorial Description
The latest and fifth single from the Shiina Ringo-fronted band was composed by keyboard player Izawa Icho with lyrics by Shiina. This up-tempo pop number has a touch of swing underlined by Ringo's unique vocals. The release also features the side tracks BB.QUEEN and "Karada" ("Body"). The power sound of Tokyo Incidents is back to heat up the J-music scene this summer.
|Product Title:||Killer Tune (Japan Version) Killer Tune (日本版) Killer Tune (日本版) キラーチューン (日本版) Killer Tune (Japan Version)|
|Singer Name(s):||Tokyo Incidents (Tokyo Jihen) 東京事變 东京事变 東京事変 동경사변|
|Publisher Product Code:||TOCT-40137|
|Package Weight:||100 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1004885798|
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September 10, 2007
Tokyo Jihen fans already know Ichiyo Izawa could write a good song when we first heard the epic ballad "Tegami" from the Adult album. The song title "Killer Tune" is amusingly appropriate because the chorus really pushes Ringo's vocal abilities to the limit to where she really has to reeaach to hit the high notes.
Couplings are two songs by Ukigumo. Like "OSCA" and "Mirrorball," "BBQueen" is another borrowed tune from Uki's band The Petrolz. The song is riff-heavy rock; a style Ringo fans haven't heard her do since Shouso Strip. "Karada" is sterotypically sexed-up R&B with lyrics by Ringo. The song is is a pure indulgence for Ringo, like many of her b-sides are.
This single is the last primer for the upcoming landmark album that might create a HUGE rift among the hardcore Shiina Ringo fans, the open-minded fans, and the new fans who knew of Tokyo Jihen before they found out TJ's singer had an illustrious solo career. A generous 8 from me.