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GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE: ‘Best Generations’ – Album Review

Released: January 1, 2018 (Rhythm Zone) Japan has this insane infatuation with greatest hits album. And while this is the T, the most ironic element to these packages is the fact that most of the content in it rarely hits a 10-year mark, let alone 5 years for some artists (no T no shade...). So… Continue reading GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE: ‘Best Generations’ – Album Review

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Artists from LDH will release a variety of music singles and albums this year

The LDH brand have been busy all year-long, but now, it looks like the gazillion bands under the agency will be release a whole variety of music! So, if y'all a fan of these bands... you best be holding on tight! First off, EXILE have announced their first single in two years called "Party All… Continue reading Artists from LDH will release a variety of music singles and albums this year

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GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE: “Big City Rodeo” – Single Review

Released: October 25, 2017 (Rhythm Zone) "Big City Rodeo" comes straight off the bat from their previous studio album Namida wo Nagasenai Pierrot wa Taiyou mo Tsuki mo nai Sora wo Miageta... or what I like to call, that Generations album with the long-ass title. Now, I'm in for heavy club numbers, especially when it's from any… Continue reading GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE: “Big City Rodeo” – Single Review

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THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE: “100degrees” – Single Review

Released: November 8, 2017 (Rhythm Zone) THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE have been really gettin' out there haven't they? With three singles in, the Japanese boy band have continued to tour around Japan and unveil their talents on various television shows and outdoor concert performances. Now, THE RAMPAGE have released their fourth single "100degrees", alongside… Continue reading THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE: “100degrees” – Single Review

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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

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Sandaime J Soul Brothers: ‘The JSB World’ – Album Review

Released: March 29, 2017 (Rhythm Zone) Japanese acts are never shy on cramming a large discography of tracks into one packaged CD release. Take Ms. Ayumi Hamasaki or Kumi Koda for example; both two extremely well-promoted and talent artists that basically have compilations running out their ears every single damn year, and are never scared… Continue reading Sandaime J Soul Brothers: ‘The JSB World’ – Album Review

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E-girls announce some big news, including line-up change and E.G. Family

After a quiet few months since their bloody massive release E.G. Crazy, Japanese girl group E-girls have dropped some killer news, and y'all will be shook, because I damn sure was. E-girls, which were originally a super group compiled of bands Dream, Happiness, Flower and three original E-girls members, are now underneath a newly established enterprise… Continue reading E-girls announce some big news, including line-up change and E.G. Family

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THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE: “Lightning” – Single Review

Released: January 25, 2017 So it sounds like another boy band has been added to LDH's "oh-so-long-its-inevitable" list of bands and musicians. And who may it be? Well, the young, fresh-face 16-member band The Rampage from Exile Tribe. But, little back story here, so baaaaaccckkkk it up; The Rampage debuted back in early 2014 as… Continue reading THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE: “Lightning” – Single Review