Music, The Breakdown

The 21st birthday of ‘Sweet 19 Blues’, the classic Namie Amuro album about the youthful idol singer – The Breakdown

Released: July 20, 1996 The 1990s was the best period for Japanese music, in my opinion. The market skyrocketed with timeless releases, sales were at an all-time high, and the amount of up-and-coming musicians were inevitable as it was filled with prosperity. You had artists like Globe, Seiko Matsuda, B'z and Mr. Children who, for… Continue reading The 21st birthday of ‘Sweet 19 Blues’, the classic Namie Amuro album about the youthful idol singer – The Breakdown

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Lists, Music

The Top 10 Best Linkin Park Songs

  Just two days ago, it was suddenly revealed to the world that Linkin Park vocalist, Chester Bennington, had tragically committed suicide at his home in Los Angeles, California, two months after releasing their comeback studio album One More Light. Despite no further information regarding the bands future or endeavours, I decided to conduct this list… Continue reading The Top 10 Best Linkin Park Songs

Music, The Breakdown

Remember Nicki Minaj’s frilly offering ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’? – The Breakdown

Released: April 2, 2012 (Young Money / Universal) Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded was one of those album's where everyone was either completely murdered by or completely afraid of purchasing because, truth be told, it was a lil' unexpecting when I purchased it back in 2012. But before even thinking about Roman Reloaded, think back to… Continue reading Remember Nicki Minaj’s frilly offering ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’? – The Breakdown

Music, Music Review

RuPaul: ‘American’ – Album Review

Released: March 24, 2017 (RuCo Inc.) 2017 kiddies; what do you get when you have legendary queen, Mama RuPaul herself, mix an outspoken dominance for the recent changes in American socialism, LGBT rights, and many other serious cases in the USA, with just as outspoken glamour gowns, unclockable make-up and utter fierceness? Well, RuPaul's 2017… Continue reading RuPaul: ‘American’ – Album Review

Music, Music Review

GENERATIONS from Exile Tribe: ‘Namida wo Nagasenai Pierrot wa Taiyou mo Tsuki mo nai Sora wo Miageta’ – Album Review

Released: July 5, 2017 (Rhythm Zone) Now here's a tongue twister. The much-younger prospects for the LDH brand, GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE have released their rather glorious titled-fourth studio album, Namida wo Nagasenai Pierrot wa Taiyou mo Tsuki mo nai Sora wo Miageta (which is loosely translated to: 'A Clown that Can't Shed Tears Looked up… Continue reading GENERATIONS from Exile Tribe: ‘Namida wo Nagasenai Pierrot wa Taiyou mo Tsuki mo nai Sora wo Miageta’ – Album Review

Game Review, Games

Tekken 7 – Game Review

Released: June 2, 2017 (Namco Entertainment) The Tekken franchise has been through loops and bounds throughout the years; Tekken 4 was a mixed bag with glorious new features yet flat-lined graphics and delivery. Tekken 5, of course, smashed down those walls and re-created something a lot more innovative and highly-constructed; then Tekken 6 saw a more linear creation, only… Continue reading Tekken 7 – Game Review