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Love Psychedelico

Shaped in 1997 by two friends at Toyko’s Aoyama Gakuin College or university, singer/guitarist Kumi and guitarist/bassist/keyboardist Naoki Sato spent a couple of years self-releasing their music before these were authorized to Japanese label Triumph in 1999. In 2001 their debut recording, The Greatest Strikes, including the singles “Woman Madonna/Yuutsu Naru Spider,” “Your Music,” and “Last Smile,” arrived and offered their ’60s- and ’70s-affected J-pop immediate interest in their indigenous country, plenty of to have them an area in Japan Nite in the 2001 SXSW Event. Kumi, like many Japanese performers, combined phrases in both her indigenous tongue and British in her tracks but, partly because of her period spent in the us as a kid, wrote intelligible, frequently significant lyrics in both dialects, a method that continuing on Like Psychedelico’s sophomore recording, Like Psychedelico Orchestra, that was released in 2002 (and in the U.S. in 2003). In 2004 the group (known as “Delico” in Japan) released Like Psychedelico III, and a greatest-hits collection, Early Instances, came out the next year.

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