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Thrift Vader

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Put up what you are listening to, whatever it is.
To start, I am posting this. The first song I sung well in Japanese. From an awesome band. And from now, I will post the music from the east side that makes me boogie. Post what you got. Let's mix it up. :slayer:
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So this lady walks into my local bar. With a table full of peeps. Security, family, dudes who got Dat big hair and look blue collar but aren't. She steps up. Grabs the karaoke choice pad thing. And I say "excuse me miss, but this is my home bar. And I have been waiting for a chance to sing"
She says."i don't mind. Bring what you got" and her security dude put $5 in the machine to pay for my songs. - It's on lady. And thats a nice hat.
[VIDEO] [/VIDEO]
Later msgd my wife. Who's that lady who wears a hat all the time and got pipes.
She was amazing as a live show. But to battle her? Everybody had a good time.
Peace JuJu. , - thanks.
 

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So this song? Is a boom if you are wearing headphones. Beautiful voices. Some of the best there is.
[VIDEO] [/VIDEO]
 

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Put up what you are listening to, whatever it is.
To start, I am posting this. The first song I sung well in Japanese. From an awesome band. And from now, I will post the music from the east side that makes me boogie. Post what you got. Let's mix it up. :slayer:

I was just watching a documentary on bosozoku gangs. Is that what these guys are or are they just playing the part for the video?
 

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Post the video mang. I wanna hear your jamz.


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I was just watching a documentary on bosozoku gangs. Is that what these guys are or are they just playing the part for the video?

From my experience with them. They are hard working folks. Proud to be blue collar. Good fathers. Good husbands. But like to rock out. Like to be loud. And want to let the rest of Japan know they are here to party. Super cool people. Like the anti of Salary man culture. These aremy peeps. Enjoyed working with them.
Another song. To share the heart.

Kishidan are from Chiba. Near my old hood. You can see a general culture amongst locals that they illustrate. The hair, denims,their enthusiasm for life . but they also like to have a good time. So this is what you get. Bad assets dudes who are having a fun time being silly.

[VIDEO] [/VIDEO]

Throw down. Have fun . best way to describe them is as hooligans. Not out to hurt anyone. But nobody will stop them being loud and crazy. It's a way of life. Japanese people have described me as Bozosoku. - loud clothes, loud car, etc. .
 
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Vader, I've always been curious: are you American living in JP?

And just to stay on topic, I'm listening to Them while I cook New Years breakfast :D
 

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The voice of Japan's. Decotora. Culture. And the voice if many a a man to quiet to speak his mind. Is ekichi Yazawa.
I see his pictures airbrushed on the doors of trucks. His name on rear windows of vans. He is a superstar. His heart is what shines In his singing.
He is like the Phil Collins of Japan. Only he sings to a culturally oppressed people. A vocal visionary. Not exactly my swag. But you should see it. Yazawa San is a Saint here.
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