Kaja Kaja Goo - Polysics - PippikkippippiP in USA (DVD)

Ishimaru drummer for the punk group Snail Ramp temporarily joined as a replacement. In , Polysics released a greatest hits compilation titled " Polysics or Die!!!! With the early release of " Now Is The Time! In , Yano replaced Sugai as drummer.

Polysics or Die!!!! Vista was released on October 9, for Myspace Records exclusively for the United States, to mark the band's ten-year anniversary. It is due to be released on September 30, in North America.

Influences In Hiroyuki's words, Polysics is inspired by "the spirit of Devo. This is a 5 song solo EP by Polysics keyboardist Kayo. Here she takes off her shades and records some songs some of which have a polysics sound in various degrees. The band helps her out on the later songs but the album opens with a title track written and performed by Haruomi Hosono with lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto Happy End.

Mitsuami Heroine Natsu nandesu Bokutachi no Jikan Midoripop de Saraba Siberia Tetsudou. Nick Reed: It's hard not to see an album released after a 'greatest hits' belonging to a new chapter of sorts.

Very much pop based, with tracks belonging to plenty of different styles. There's a clear electropop influence here too. Their old sound isn't completely gone - there's tracks like "Coelcanth is Android" that would have fit on the earlier albums, but a lot of very electronic pop songs like "Baby BIAS", "Walky Talky", and "Jhout" give this a more polished, but less fun feel.

I think it's sung by Fumi the bass player! Life In Yellow The Next World I My Me Mine Walky Talky Wild One Boy's Head. Picture vinyl, Strong Machine 2 Polysics music video 11 year old dancer , band pictured on the other side.

Psycho Psycho Life In Yellow. Coelakanth Is Android Psycho Therapy Electric Surfin' Go Go. You-You-You 2. Musunde Hiraite 3. Nick Reed: Kind of similar, but with more bombast, which is good.

The tunes aren't quite as memorable. My guess is that it was put together fairly quickly. All of these are very much pop songs, catchy but sort of annoying. Unlike some of their other covers, I don't think anyone who didn't know beforehand or has heard the original would know it's a cover. In concert they've also played "Art Mania", another track off the same album. There's a Youtube video floating around of that.

Interestingly enough, there is another Devo reference here - "Polysics or Die" seems to be the band trying for their own "Jocko Homo"-like theme song. It doesn't really work. Still, despite everything, it's still a good album, but I'd check the earlier stuff first. Shizuka is a machine doctor Off Stage 1 Off Stage 2 Off Stage 3 Off Stage 4 CD 2 6-D Major label debut TAX IN -tax out mix rather similar cover artwork.

Clearly very inspirational to Stereolab. Buffalo Daughter also liked them and were about to release an album with a similar name that month but for reasons not quite clear also involving their U. I hear very little of the German Band's influence on this album, if there is any then I missed it. Hey it's not my joke but some saw the irony of a US release almost 3 years after the original Japanese release bearing the name "new" as well as several unreleased overseas albums.

Anyway why complain, the lower American CD price is pretty fresh! The band has been noted for their extremely energetic live performances and their wild gimmicky outfits. The albums 1st P and A. My Friend to rave reviews, but weak sales. The album was a compilation of tracks from their first two Japanese releases. The album carried with it the same manic energy as their independent releases but more refined. In , Polysics released a greatest hits compilation titled Polysics or Die!!!!

Yano had also replaced Sugai as the new drummer for the band in this year. With the early release of Now Is the Time! Vista was released on October 9, for Myspace Records exclusively for the United States, to mark the band's ten-year anniversary. It was released on September 30, in North America. In their newsletter it was announced that Kayo's last day with Polysics would be March 14, , the day of their huge Nippon Budokan concert.

She says that she has spent happy and quality time with the band, but she wants live on as a woman and not a musician. On August 8, they came back from their hiatus during the Rock in Japan Festival as a trio in brand new outfits and visors. In Hiroyuki's words, Polysics is inspired by "the spirit of Devo. In addition, the giant robot mascot from the cover of their "Lo-Bits" EP sports a battle helmet that resembles the same iconic dome.

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POLYSICS is a Japanese new wave/synth pop/punk/rock band, hailing from Tokyo. The band started in , but got their big break in at a concert in Tokyo. They create high energy music, fusing conventional guitar music, with synthesized and computer generated sound to create a unique mixture of punk and electro-pop.

8 thoughts on “Kaja Kaja Goo - Polysics - PippikkippippiP in USA (DVD)”

  1. The live footage of the concerts in the DVD were shot between September 17 and October 2 in , and the band's costumes are pretty much the same as they appeared live in the USA in early If you've seen the cover to "Kaja Kaja Goo," an EP of their so far released only in Japan, that's what they look like.
  2. PippikkippippiP In USA is the second live DVD (fourth live release overall) released by ceilivargeraftplan.quidwiddispinihungsofortwespasiteg.co live footage was filmed from their POLYSICS USA TOUR from September 17 - October 2 It also includes the PV for the song "PEACH PIE ON THE BEACH".The DVD reached # on the Oricon weekly charts, where it stayed for one week.
  3. For the album National P, Polysics went to the US to tour, which was then captured on the PippikkippippiP In USA DVD. Also during , Polysics appeared on UK television for the programme Adam & Joe Go Tokyo performing "Kaja Kaja Goo".Genres: New wave, synthpop, electropunk, Post .
  4. Oct 10,  · DVD. From "Now Is The Live!" DVD. POLYSICS - Kaja Kaja Goo (Live Japan ) YouTube; POLYSICS - PLUS CHICKER United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help About.
  5. However, shortly after recording the Kaja Kaja Goo EP drummer Junichi Sugai left the band. Ishimaru (drummer for the punk group Snail Ramp) temporarily joined as a replacement. For the album National P, Polysics went to the US to tour, which was then captured on the PippikkippippiP In USA DVD.
  6. Mar 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - POLYSICS - Kaja Kaja Goo + Buggie Technica () YouTube Wes Montgomery live - Duration: Terminal Passage , views.
  7. Polysics Or Die!!!! Vista is more fun than whatever you are listening to now. Almost all the lyrics are in Japanese but it doesn't matter. Maybe it's better that way, I don't know. The songs are catchy and don't be surprised when you start bopping around. The Polysics use lots of electronics, which I don't always like but they make it work.5/5(16).
  8. "Kaja Kaja Goo" is one of the loudest screamingest wonderful things that your ears will ever meet-- it's a lot of noise and a lot of yelling. While that may sound like a lot of modern American music, there's a lot of electronic sounds in it and unlike most American music, there's a lot of heart in the singing.

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