Asian Kung-Fu Generation Songs: Fujisawa Loser, After Dark, Aru Machi No Gunjo, Rewrite, Kimi to Iu Hana, Blue Train, Kimi No Machi Made by Books LLCCommentary (music and lyrics not included). Chapters: Fujisawa Loser, After Dark, Aru Machi No Gunj, Rewrite, Kimi to Iu Hana, Blue Train, Kimi No Machi Made, Korogaru Iwa, Kimi ni Asa Ga Furu, Loop & Loop, World Apart, Siren, Mirai No Kakera, Shinseiki No Love Song, Solanin. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 38. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Fujisawa Loser ) is the lead single of Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generations sixth studio album, Surf Bungaku Kamakura, released on October 15, 2008. The singles b-side features a collaboration with American rock band The Rentals. The music video for Fujisawa Loser was directed by Naoto Nakanishi. It received a nomination for best Conceptual Video at the 2009 SPACE SHOWER Music Video Awards. The highly conceptual PV explores the thoughts of a young musician who has just received a letter of employment once his job application is approved of. He now has to decide the path of his future and choose between two life choices: being a salaryman or being in a rock band. The decision is metaphorically portrayed as race in which the man is split into two personasa salaryman and a guitar playerand races against himself to the goal at the end of the finish line. The race is broken down into four stages, each of which contains unique obstacles for both contenders: ...http: //booksllc.net/?id=20160792
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It was released as the first single of their third studio album, Fanclub , on November 30, ;  the song entered the top five on the Oricon charts and sold well over , copies by , becoming the 94th single of the year. It displays the band waiting at a metro station for a train. The album peaked at number three on Oricon charts and sold , copies by year's end becoming the 48th album of the year; the album included two singles, " Blue Train ," which reached number five on the charts, " World Apart ," which earned the band their first number-one single. The album title "fanclub" is derived from the members' disposition toward creativity, their desire to be devoted followers not only of rock, but every type of music and its unique aspects and capabilities; the title reflects their wish for people to love and live with the music in everyday life. The album peaked at the second position on both the Oricon charts and Billboard Japan as well as at number eighteen on the World Chart, its lead single, " Fujisawa Loser " managed to peak at number five on the Japan Hot and at the number six spot on Oricon.
The music video for "Blue Train" was directed by Kazuyoshi Oku. The PV premiered on air on Gogoichi -Space Shower Chart Show-.
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