New user registrations have been disabled until further notice. If you would like to create an account, please message Generasia on Facebook. Thank you!

Dynamite Out

DVD Cover
Artist
Tokyo Jihen
DVD
Dynamite out
Released
2005.08.17
Catalog Number
TOBF-5401
Price
¥4,800
Tracklist
  1. Ringo no Uta (林檎の唄; A Song of Apples)
  2. Nyuusui Negai (入水願い; A Wish to Drown)
  3. Sounan (遭難; Distress)
  4. Dynamite (ダイナマイト) (original: Brenda Lee)
  5. Koko de Kiss Shite. (ここでキスして。; Kiss Me Here.)
  6. Kao (顔; Faces)
  7. if you can touch it (original: Hirama Mikio)
  8. Bokoku Joucho (母国情緒; Feelings for My Motherland)
  9. Kurumaya-san (車屋さん) (original: Hibari Misora)
  10. Tsuki ni Makeinu (月に負け犬; Moon Loser)
  11. Onaji Yoru (同じ夜; The Same Night)
  12. Genjitsu ni Oite (現実に於て; In Reality)
  13. Genjitsu wo Warau (現実を嗤う; Laugh at Reality)
  14. Koi no Urikomi (恋の売り込み; I'm Gonna Knock On Your Door)
  15. Superstar (スーパースター)
  16. Toumei Ningen (透明人間; Invisible Man)
  17. Ekimae (駅前; In Front of the Station)
  18. Σ~Crawl (Σ~クロール)
  19. Marunouchi Sadistic (丸ノ内サディスティック; Marunouchi Sadistic)
  20. Sono Onna Fushidara ni Tsuki (その淑女ふしだらにつき; The Lady is a Tramp) (original: Ella Fitzgerald)
  21. Omatsuri Sawagi (御祭騒ぎ; Festival Uproar)
  22. Service (サービス)
  23. Gunjou Biyori (群青日和; Ideal Days for Ultramarine)
  24. Kokoro (心; Spiritual)
  25. Yume no Ato (夢のあと; After A Dream)


Information

Dynamite out is the third DVD (second live concert DVD) released by Tokyo Jihen, and follows up from their first, Dynamite in. This was filmed on their first live tour Dynamite!. This live tour relates to Tokyo Jihen's Kyouiku album, though there are songs featured on here that aren't from it. Many songs are actually covers of Shiina's previous solo work. "if you can touch it" is a song from Hirama Mikio's solo career, featured on the Yume to Negoto album. "Toumei Ningen" and "Superstar" were songs that at the time of the DVD release, were yet to be released. They are now featured on Tokyo Jihen's second album, Adult. The DVD reached #2 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 18 weeks.

External Links