Suishou no Fune | Phantom of the Eternal Night

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Phantom of the Eternal Night

by Suishou no Fune

New studio album from Japanese underground psychedelic outfit post-PSF scene. The members of this album are guitarists/vocalists Pirako and Kageo and bassist Takuya Nishimura and drummer Takahisa Kikukawa.
Genre: Rock: Japanese Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let the Flowers Bloom
15:26 album only
2. Spring Night Butterfly
15:05 album only
3. Endless Descent
16:05 album only
4. Everlasting Journey
17:09 album only


Album Notes
Suishou no Fune was formed by Pirako Kurenai and Kageo in Tokyo, July,1999.
Basics of their music are formed by twin guitars in duo.
Twin guitar players are influenced and create songs.

Kageo's guitar work establishes the basics of a song in the case of most.
Pirako plays a lead guitar mainly, and often receive inspiration from free style playing, and sing a song adlib.
The artistic sound is the psychedelic Rock that twin guitars work that is full of sensitivity by the freedom that is not bound by stereotype.

Suishou no Fune usually make much songs by adlib, sing the song which make the best use of the japanese poetic beauty.
The songs of "Spirit, Light and Darkness, Soul, Love and Hatred, Shamanistic, Life and Death" will touch your heartstrings.
You will enjoy the sound of Japanese verse and their psychedelic world, if you don't understand Japanese.
Suishou no Fune is magic music.

(This is a profile of Suishou no Fune from their official site. It is extracted from a profile of Suishou no Fune introduced in British "Volcanic Tongue" before.)



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