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CD

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1

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輸入

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-

発売日

2015年05月28日

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EMU0210395

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Earmusic

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4029759103950

作品の情報
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オリジナル発売日
2014年02月26日
商品の紹介
It's tempting to give BABYMETAL's debut album BABYMETAL a full five-star rating. Or ten star. Or all the stars. Not only does the album create a totally new genre, it defines it and also ends it at the same time. The band's producer Kobametal says the name came to him in a revelation, but it would be interesting to see where the idea to mix super-girly J-pop and riff-heavy heavy metal into an unholy blend of frothing cuteness came from. These are two styles that never in a million years should have been Frankensteined together...the girls' ultra sweet and innocent vocals juxtaposed with cookie monster growling is batty, the pummeling beats that underpin the bubblegummy radio pop melodies are nuts, and the occasional hip-hop interludes, drum'n'bass bits, and dubstep breaks really push it into wackyland. The record really shouldn't work at all, and BABYMETAL should just be a total joke that is funny the first time someone sends you a link to one of their videos, but quickly loses its appeal. Somehow it does work, though; maybe it's the sheer audacity of it all that elevates the album past joke status and close to genius. The insanely catchy songs help in the making-it-work department, too. Whatever the magical quality Kobametal sprinkles liberally over the mix, he's clearly tapped into the same kind of cosmic, comic stream of unconsciousness that made Andrew W.K.'s first album so brilliant. It's clearly not an album for metalheads who like to follow the clear definitions of what makes metal metal, or one for J-pop fans who are scared of huge guitar riffs. But those who don't really care about rules and just want to jump around like idiots to the brightest, silliest music imaginable will find exactly what they never dreamed about asking for in BABYMETAL's brilliant debut. [BABYMETAL was also released with two bonus tracks.] ~ Tim Sendra|
Rovi
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It's tempting to give BABYMETAL's debut album BABYMETAL a full five-star rating. Or ten star. Or all the stars. Not only does the album create a totally new genre, it defines it and also ends it at the same time. The band's producer Kobametal says the name came to him in a revelation, but it would be interesting to see where the idea to mix super-girly J-pop and riff-heavy heavy metal into an unholy blend of frothing cuteness came from. These are two styles that never in a million years should have been Frankensteined together...the girls' ultra sweet and innocent vocals juxtaposed with cookie monster growling is batty, the pummeling beats that underpin the bubblegummy radio pop melodies are nuts, and the occasional hip-hop interludes, drum'n'bass bits, and dubstep breaks really push it into wackyland. The record really shouldn't work at all, and BABYMETAL should just be a total joke that is funny the first time someone sends you a link to one of their videos, but quickly loses its appeal. Somehow it does work, though; maybe it's the sheer audacity of it all that elevates the album past joke status and close to genius. The insanely catchy songs help in the making-it-work department, too. Whatever the magical quality Kobametal sprinkles liberally over the mix, he's clearly tapped into the same kind of cosmic, comic stream of unconsciousness that made Andrew W.K.'s first album so brilliant. It's clearly not an album for metalheads who like to follow the clear definitions of what makes metal metal, or one for J-pop fans who are scared of huge guitar riffs. But those who don't really care about rules and just want to jump around like idiots to the brightest, silliest music imaginable will find exactly what they never dreamed about asking for in BABYMETAL's brilliant debut. [BABYMETAL was also released with two bonus tracks.] ~ Tim Sendra

    • 1.
      [CD]
      • 12.
        Head Bangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!
      • 14.
        Road of Resistance (ボーナストラック)
      • 15.
        Gimme Chocolate!! (Live at O2 Academy Brixton, London) (ボーナストラック)
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  • 武道館公演も間近なタイミングで初のアルバムが完成。さくら学院のアルバムが初出となる“ド・キ・ド・キ☆モーニング”から、和装で魅した2013年のシングル曲までが居並ぶベスト盤的な内容で、海外のゴッタ煮ラウド勢に呼応した初期からストイックなジャパメタ風情を取り込んできた音の変遷もよくわかる。上田剛士(AA=)によるメタルコア“ギミチョコ!!”など、新曲の振り切れっぷりも嬉しいDEATH!
    bounce (C)轟ひろみ

    タワーレコード (vol.364(2014年2月25日発行号)掲載)

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★★★★★
投稿日:2020/05/01

言わずもがなのBABYMETAL歴史的名盤1stアルバム。その輸入盤がこちら。何が良いって最後にギミチョコのロンドンO2 Academy Brixtonでのライブverが収録されてるんDEATH!(リリース時はRoad of Resistanceの円盤化も初)神バンドの演奏、途中のコールアンドレスポンスの半端ない受け入れられ方、そしてSU-METALのライブ歌唱。これだけでも買いDEATH!

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★★★★★
投稿日:2020/04/24

アイドルって一体何なんだ?と個人的に最も考えさせられた作品。そもそもアイドルのデビューアルバムに輸入盤があるって時点でまず訳分からない(いい意味で)Japanese kawaiiが世界を震撼させた歴史的名盤、というよりもはや歴史。聴かないとか、ダメ、ゼッタイ

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