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Studio Album, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Motto Hikari Wo! (3:49)
2. Ningen-Isu Club (4:26)
3. Namake-Mono No Jinsei (5:03)
4. Maisoh-Mushi No Uta (5:43)
5. Seishun Rock Daijin (3:02)
6. Nanyadoyara (2:51)
7. Brown-Kan No Hanayome (5:43)
8. Akogare No Ariran (3:54)
9. Rashomon (7:03)

Total Time 41:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Shinji Wajima / guitars, vocals
- Kenichi Suzuki / bass, vocals
- Masuhiro Goto / drums, vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Suteshi Sawamoto

CD Tri-m ‎- MECR-30039 (1993, Japan)
CD Meldac ‎- TKCA-10176 (2016, Japan)

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