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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Luna Rosé
2. Sckatt Mind You
3. Luna Rosé (Karaoke Version)
4. Sckatt Mind You (Karaoke Version)

Total Time: 22:48

Line-up / Musicians

- Keikos / vocals, guitar
- Kirilo / vocals, bass
- Fuzuki / vocals, drums

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Review by Kazuhiro
3 stars This band has divided in the activity at some time. Line-Up at the dawn of the band and the beginning was up to 2001 from 1997. The existence of this band is refined further every time the album is announced including the evaluation by the improvement, Japan, and foreign countries of the music character.

The tour in the United States and Europe had already been dared and the band emphasized the existence including the activity and the evaluation in foreign countries though Line-Up of an initial member was up to 2001 for their activities. The band that had already announced four albums was ensuring the music character with the producer's idea and work.

It is indeed hit that they replaced the member in this 2001. It was this time that guitar player's Chihiro seceded the band and Keiko joined newly. The band has gradually gradually dared the performance in foreign countries. It will have been existence of Mike Patton that gave them a little e sound. The evaluation in foreign countries rose by the exchange with him at this time. Or, competing of Gong and Magma might also have given some stimulation to this band.

The band had the situation in which the album was announced in foreign countries at the stage that shifted at the term of growth at the dawn. "Back To The Mono Kero" that the band announced is announced especially and said that it received the high appraisal also in Finland and Australia. The band at this time is developing it into the music character to which the expression of the music exactly established is refined further. However, the music character that has it at first of the debut might be surely followed and developed.

In Japan, this single CD that had been announced while the activity in foreign countries increased gradually along with the member's alternation was work for the commercial film. Of course, producer's Hoppy Kamiyama joins this sound source. The part of Space Rock that catches the age has the flavor refined further. This single CD is a work of the second stage as the result for the band. And, the activity of this second stage did not continue too much long. The drum player of the band has seceded the band after this single CD announcement. However, when the band exactly knows passage to which the music character is developed on the term of growth, this single CD will be able to be caught as one proof.

"Luna Rose" is a tune that straight Rock and Space Rock fuse well. The part of repeated sequence and Electronics is good and it ..Rock.. is united. Because the music character of the band is refined further, room will be felt by me. The sense of relief that Riff of an intense guitar is good is made. The sound of the band has shut further by the guitar player's alternation.

"Sckatt Mind You" is a tune with the flavor of techno and the house. Part of united rhythm with dash feeling and song and chorus. Song with sense of relief in close relation to steady rhythm. Their music characters might be gradually refined. Parts of a few Punk Rock applied on the way of tune. Or, it is partial of the complete anacatesthesia that the line of the guitar and Bass makes. There is a part where Stereolab is partially reminiscent. However, the music character that they did is digested splendidly and develops.

It might be a tune to understand the passage of this band exactly as a tune announced at time when eX-Girl develops.

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