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  • Avatar for retroguy
    What - you never heard of Japan? Your lose.......good thing Al Gore invented the internet!
  • Avatar for Haakzich
    Enter news boy, bang your tin drum!
  • Avatar for aok3x3
    Became a fan of Japan a few years after they broke up. :( And it's sucks that Mick Karn (Bassist) passed away recently, so no hope of a full band reunion any time. They had a very unique sound and Duran Duran totally stole their look from Japan. How original of them. LOL
  • Avatar for prominence_la
    An excellent closer to Tin Drum. The sudden ending always takes me by surprise.
  • Avatar for Tom_Pullings
    Cantonese Boy not Canteen boy. Whew.
  • Avatar for zaynzaynzayn
    OK gang. The Kidz R alrite.
  • Avatar for mondojohnny
    @robd360 more like Duran Duran reminds you of Japan! : )
  • Avatar for toxonix
    Excellent fretless bass
  • Avatar for roddie_digital
    Part of it sounds identical to the Gary Numan song I, Assassin.
  • Avatar for SebastianJunior
    Last Fm should just assume that every Japan single is 1 of my most loved tracks...
  • Avatar for robd360
    reminds me of Duran Duran
  • Avatar for nkuyo
    martinis in the sun
  • Avatar for Obliquemusic
    great song
  • Avatar for Aviva21
    Such a unique sound. Their live album 'Oil On Canvas' is very good.
  • Avatar for thisisobvious
    Oh, that bass - so very slinky! Mick Karn is the man.
  • Avatar for ms177op
    Goooooooooooooddddddddddddddd !!!
  • Avatar for ziggystar72
    China Girl 1977 - Cantonese Boy 1982
  • Avatar for Alfredeus
    Japan had such a particular sound. :)
  • Avatar for cagliostro99
  • Avatar for LilMsMetaphor
    I wonder if David Bowie had this song in mind when he did China Girl. Sounds vaguely familiar like that... Hmmmm...
  • Avatar for LilMsMetaphor
  • Avatar for netman4774
    cooler than cool, sylvian took himself serious but why should all music be lightweight, loved to have seen them live,one of my regrets,cant see them reforming like everyone else from the eighties
  • Avatar for tupelo_stevo
    doesnt practically every band start out as wannabe's of a band theyre influenced by though?
  • Avatar for olracUK
    roxy music wannabe's to start with - then grew into something much bettre
  • Avatar for miaowlets

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