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Archive for the ‘The Song of the Day’ Category

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/24/07

Yesterday I had Inkpot, which Hong Kong’s People Mountain People Sea group PixelToy covers in their latest album. Today, we have an actual PixelToy song for the Song of the Day, and the wait was because I had no idea PixelToy is one word, not two. What a fan I am. From their first album The Science of Love, it’s “Try Speaking”

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/23/2007

The idea for today’s Song of the Day came from the latest PixelToy album, where a cover of this song exists (more on this in a possible review in The Golden Gate Meets the Lion Rock). While I have no idea why there would be a song about putting ink in the ink pot, it was catchy (and clean) enough to be the official Hong Kong lottery show theme song. From the album Inkpot/Attila, it’s Ink Pot.

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/23/2007

The idea for today’s Song of the Day came from the latest PixelToy album, where a cover of this song exists (more on this in a possible review in The Golden Gate Meets the Lion Rock). While I have no idea why there would be a song about putting ink in the ink pot, it was catchy (and clean) enough to be the official Hong Kong lottery show theme song. From the album Inkpot/Attila, it’s Ink Pot.

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/22/2007

Today’s Song of the Day isn’t from any album. In fact, I don’t even know who the hell sings it. But I can guarantee you that this is one of the best damn Songs of the Day ever. Not from any album, it’s the Japanese “Jack Bauer Song”.

Here is the original post from Japan Probe, which also feature translated lyrics.

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/22/2007

Today’s Song of the Day isn’t from any album. In fact, I don’t even know who the hell sings it. But I can guarantee you that this is one of the best damn Songs of the Day ever. Not from any album, it’s the Japanese “Jack Bauer Song”.

Here is the original post from Japan Probe, which also feature translated lyrics.

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/22/2007

The Song of the day is back. Today’s song probably comes from the fact that the Japanese drama 14 Sai No Haha (”Mother At 14) is playing on Hong Kong TV. That inspired me to put up its theme song. From the album Home, it’s Mr. Children’s “Shirushi.”

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/22/2007

The Song of the day is back. Today’s song probably comes from the fact that the Japanese drama 14 Sai No Haha (”Mother At 14) is playing on Hong Kong TV. That inspired me to put up its theme song. From the album Home, it’s Mr. Children’s “Shirushi.”

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/3/2007

My personal principle for The Song of the Day is that one artist only gets to be here once a month, so I’m filling the Shiina Ringo quota a little early in the month (yes, I do count Tokyo Jihen and Shiina Ringo as one). Nevertheless, that should go to prove how much I love this song. From her second full-length album Shoso Strip, it’s “Gibusu”

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/3/2007

My personal principle for The Song of the Day is that one artist only gets to be here once a month, so I’m filling the Shiina Ringo quota a little early in the month (yes, I do count Tokyo Jihen and Shiina Ringo as one). Nevertheless, that should go to prove how much I love this song. From her second full-length album Shoso Strip, it’s “Gibusu”

The Golden Rock Song of the Day - 8/2/2007

Today’s Song of the Day isn’t the version I like, simply because this was 1) the shorter version, and 2) the version with a more famous producing team. In fact, the other version happens to be my favorite Utada Hikaru song. Lucky I found 30 second clips of them. From the album Distance, it’s “Addicted To You.

Here are the two commercials featuring the other version of the song.

 
 
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