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    I'm personally really into Korean and Japanese musicians right now, especially in the Korean pop scene.

    Anyone else? Show your love
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    Polysics
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    Me Me Me!!!

    which singers are you guys interested in??
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    I really like Asobi Seksu
    thats only halfway though technically
    does it still count?
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    Only if I feel like deafening myself slowly to remember what pain feels like.
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    (Original post by Fawn)
    Only if I feel like deafening myself slowly to remember what pain feels like.
    not all korean/japanese/chinese music is loud....
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    (Original post by tokyorose888)
    not all korean/japanese/chinese music is loud....
    It's not the loudness.
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    The classical music, yes.
    Pop?
    No.
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    I have a friend that's really into it. That's all I can add to this thread.
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    Really liked some songs from video games, does that count? :p:

    Nobuo Uematsu is brilliant. Hikki. Gackt. Yui. Ryuichi Sakamoto. Anyone got any suggestions based on that?
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    I like some Japanese music
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    I really like Ayumi Hamasaki
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    Yeah, I do! Actually, it's what I mostly listen to.

    Especially Korean at the moment.

    Jay Chou, Gackt, Laruku, Big Bang, Se7en, Bi, Miyavi, SID etc etc.
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    (Original post by tokyorose888)
    not all korean/japanese/chinese music is loud....
    Don't speak to her. She's a fool. :yep:
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    I like stuff like Ayumi Hamasaki and Utada Hikaru
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    Someone recommend me some traditional chinese music plz. NOT pop
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    Polysics.

    thats all you need in your life
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    I like visual kei (Japanese), especially Naitomea.
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    (Original post by n1r4v)
    Someone recommend me some traditional chinese music plz. NOT pop
    The Guo Brothers do traditional Chinese music.
    http://www.rhapsody.com/the-guo-brothers-shung-tian
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    Ellegarden and Asian Ku-Fu Generation are all I've heard of, both fairly decent.
 
 
 
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