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  • Not a good day for popsters

    Blimey! What’s going on in the world?

    (If you see four blokes on horses RUN!!!!!)

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    did his eyebrows ever grow back (or was it eyelashes)?

    i used to be a big Japan fan

    Brake-neck
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    If you listen to the sessions he did with Gavin Harrision he was so much more than a pop player, RIP

    CountZero
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    Listen to Rain Tree Crow to see how much more than a ‘pop’ band Japan really were. It’s the same line up. Mick did some pretty avant guard stuff too. *sigh*, not a good day for music, really.
    <edit> just remembered, David Sylvian did vocals on “Buoy” and “When Love Walks In” on Dreams Of Reason Produce Monsters by Mick Karn in 1987 as well.

    slimtubing
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    Fretless Bass’ all over the world are weeping tonight.

    nickf
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    As when Ari Up died, sad for the family, but I honestly couldn’t stand the music.

    When I heard the sad news yesterday I immediately had droning fretless bass noises playing in my head, which won’t go away. Reminds me that the 80s had some very low moments.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Only 52. Very sad, used to love Japan back in the 80s, saw them a couple of times. Mick’s sidewards “moon walk” was most memorable.
    Cancer is a right bastad innit.

    Premier Icon Woody
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    Damn – that’s sad.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flHWJoDt3Yo&feature=related[/video]

    crazant
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    Swing …One of my favourite Japan songs, been a massive Japan and all of them on their own projects fan since 1981….

    Just listening to Sylvians Sleepwalkers CD now…..

    Will stick “Titles” on the Ipod and have a few quiet minutes for Mick and also his family…

    R.I.P

    Pigface
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    Sorry he has gone but that is just dirge imo, didn’t like it then still cant get it now.

    The drummer was/is married to Sheila Rock I think.

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