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April 1, 2014

Song of the Week: April 1, 2014



Hover above the Japanese words to read the words as romanized.

Song: "迷彩" ("Meisai")
Artist: Sadie
Album: Undead 13+2 (2008)

雁字搦め薔薇薔薇の比較例の孤独色
初期衝動に俺は怯えていた
雑句場乱に散って逝く 理性そして明日さえ
嗚呼 声は届きますか?


Being bound and loosed in the color of loneliness
My first impulse was to be frightened
As dreams and even tomorrow continue to disappear
Oh... Can you hear my voice?


Sadie (pronounced "sah-dee") is a Japanese rock and metal band from Osaka. They are of the vaguely-defined "visual kei" musical scene, of which bands such as X-Japan, Buck-Tick, and Luna Sea introduced and pioneered with the use of flamboyant aesthetics and clothing.

From their second single, 溺哀 -dekiai-, and their first album of a collection of their first singles, Undead 13+2, "迷彩" (which means "disguise" or "camouflage") is relatively nothing far from ordinary but simply showcases the band's usually dark and heavy musical approach.

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