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LP Black $38
  • The band led by Seiichi Yamamoto (ex-Boredoms, Omoide Hatoba etc)
  • First time on vinyl
  • Japanese Obi-strip


Rashinban released their 2nd album called "Seika" in 1998. The vocals are as unarticulated as if the spoken word and naturally assimilate into the song itself. If a pop song is a kind of mimicry, this album perfectly fulfills the role. You can't catch the outlines of the songs even if you look closely. But it is not ambiguous. From "Seika," a song that evokes a deep affection for the Beach Boys, to "Acoustic," a folk song that would be rude to call it neo-acoustic, to the new wave "Cool Down," it is as if we are tracing Seiichi Yamamoto's itinerary as a listener, It has no drama and no climax. But once you get caught up in the song, it will be stuck in your head forever.

Preview Tracklist

  • 1 せいか
  • 2 アコースティック
  • 3 クールダウン
  • 4 光の手
  • 5 朝うたう夜のうた
  • 6 ドライバー
  • 7 カラーズ
  • 8 終わりの鈴