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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

More Hiroshi Nakamura

Here's some good news.

It looks as though possibly my favourite Halcali producer ever, i-dep's Hiroshi Nakamura, has written Clutch to go on the flip of It's Party Time.

Nakamura has provided the most constantly excellent Halcali material since the move from For Life (all relegated to b-side status though, sadly), and so I'm really looking forward to this. Despite some recent frowns on 2ch, this potentially killer FPM/Nakamura combo has raised my hopes even further.


Anonymous sora-kara said...

well let's just hope he gets to write most of the album bside material then.

and lets also hope they do at least a tiny bit of single trimming for the album.
at this point, id probably rather have a bunch of new bsides than all of the singles.

3:17 PM

Blogger jariten said...


I'm hoping that only the recent singles will make it onto the album. Otherwise, we'll know half the album before we've even put it on.

3:43 PM

Anonymous sora-kara said...

it could happen.
with HALCALI's current 'popularity' where its at, it seems the singles could go either way on the album.

because of their low popularity i think sony could be working along either of these lines:
1) include all of the singles to draw in anybody who has ever heard of them in anyway.
2) pick and choose in order to make a good, solid album. if theyre so unpopular at the moment, it might not make too much of a difference which singles they choose to include.

or, they could put them all on, and still record a whole ton of new material, so we could end up with a really big album. (unlikely, im thinking 12-14 tracks)

8:32 PM


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