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16:00 - 5th January 2014, by NEO Staff

T.M.Revolution

We've always had our suspicions that T.M.Revolution (or Takanori Nishikawa, to his mother) is the original boy who never grew up. Now in his 40s, he's still as youthful looking and as super genki as the day he unleashed anime song classic HEART OF SWORD from Rurouni Kenshin in the '90s. In November, he returned to this era, as well as to the rest of his best loved tracks from anime, for his adequately titled compilation album GEISHA BOY - ANIME SONG EXPERIENCE - and what an experience it is! Packed onto the CD are 12 fun, up-beat songs that have shaped Japan's anime and pop scene over the decades, including several themes used in the Gundam franchise, Sengoku Basara, Soul Eater and Bleach: The Movie 4 - Hell Verse amongst others.

GEISHA BOY is out on CD now from Gan Shin Records.

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