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Aozora Hyakkei is good, but by no means their best. I used to feel this way. I think production wise and thematically, yes, Dr. Songwriting-wise though, Camera Talk is the most heart-wrenching.
I think Camera Talk is a convenient way to summarize their entire career and also give nod to the songs that made them famous. At least they were when I looked.
Having Jun Togawa on a list sums up Guernica, no? Anybody interested may wish to look for it at any good bookseller or visit http: Not only does Julian provide a list, but he also sets all of the albums in context and provides a real insight to what you are going to be listening to and why it appeared that way in the first place!
The Cope book only has a top 50, not a hot Good to see people on first-name terms with Julian Cope and the real Ohtaki Eiichi have shown up.
The post has legs. Is it a common thing when they make a list of ROCK? I agree that this list is weak. Frankly I think the staff at a place like Janice or even Tsutaya!
No Les Razilles Denudes? They were the best pres band and pioneered the Japanoise scene. The fact that almost all of their albums are either bootlegs or grey-area releases complicates things too.
Heard the samples, really mediocre stuff. I wish they would go back a bit to that Out Loud sound. Downright confused by the inclusion of Ken Ishii.
Many top lists are in the context of wider cultural moods and shifts. Kind of makes me sad. It is one part of criticism culture can really do without.
Dir En Grey is definitely not one of them. Is folk or new music sic rock? Some people would even say that GS and rock are two different genres in the Japanese context.
Maybe visual-kei X is actually an idol subgenre? On the other hand, folkies and new music in general are left out — i. This might account for Utada at How about ethnomusic-whatever like The Boom?
That is a total misnomer. I fully support the idea of painting out a back story for Japanese rock, but what a total let down. Some interesting choices none the less.
Super late to this conversation, but I just wanted to note that Kawasaki is in fact mistaken about his list being a first. Takarajima did something similar in documented here.
While they stop at the top 20, they do offer a list of odd meiban that includes some of the favorites Rallizes, e. Thanks for adding that link. Next time RSJ make another list, make sure they have someone with real musical taste.
What the hell is up with that ranking?? I must say that the inclusion of Cornelius has let my spirits down. He has always striked me as an opportunist, a fucking loser exploiting earnest cultures with his postmodern aesthetic.
The Stalin brought an incredible melange of prole ethos and rock energy into my life, Moonriders captivate jime — quintessential pop with an eccentric and literate twist — and doubtless inspired Mr Children.
Bunch of poser Japanese twats clearly know less about Japan than me, otherwise Imawano would be 2. Matsuzaka spent a considerable portion of his season on the disabled list , which did not count toward his service time.
He was not able to regain his pitching form in the Japan Series , when the Lions faced the Yomiuri Giants.
In Game 1 at Tokyo Dome, where the designated hitter rule is not allowed, Matsuzaka batted 7th in the lineup to take advantage of his above-average hitting for a pitcher.
However, not only did Matsuzaka not fare well at the plate in this game, but he also helped the Giants to a rout by giving up two key home runs.
One was to extremely popular Giants first baseman Kazuhiro Kiyohara , who hit a middle-of-the-plate Matsuzaka fastball off one of the billboards at the back of the left field stands That footage can be seen in the external links section.
Matsuzaka would give up another key RBI to Kiyohara in game 4 in relief, as the Lions were meekly swept by the Giants in the series.
In , Matsuzaka logged 16 wins and 7 losses. He was voted MVP of the game. On November 2, Matsuzaka was officially granted permission by the Lions to pursue a career in Major League Baseball via the posting system.
If a deal could not be reached, Matsuzaka would have returned to the Lions, nullifying the bid. Scott Boras refused to consider the posting fee as part of the contract negotiations, while Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein recalled, "We tried to come up with a total number, for the post and contract, that made sense.
During the flight—which was followed by both the Boston and the Japanese media  —the group agreed to terms on a contract. Journalist Nobuhiro Chiba characterized Japanese reaction to the signing: The final agreement was announced Thursday, December 14 at a 5 p.
EST news conference at Fenway Park. He wears number 18 because Masumi Kuwata also wears number Matsuzaka made his first major league regular season start for the Red Sox on April 5, , in an afternoon game against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium.
He walked one, recorded 10 strikeouts, and at one point retired 10 consecutive batters. He allowed only a solo home run on 6 hits while throwing pitches 74 for strikes over 7 innings and recorded the win as the Red Sox triumphed by a score of 4—1.
Matsuzaka still became the only pitcher to strike out 10 or more batters in 2 of his first 3 big-league starts since Fernando Valenzuela did so in In the official press conference after the Toronto start, Matsuzaka stated through his interpreter that gripping the American baseball —which is slightly larger than the Japanese pro ball, with higher seams—had presented some challenges, but that he had begun making adjustments and felt they were successful.
Matsuzaka pitched his first complete game in the major leagues on May 14, , a 7—1 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
He had pitched 72 complete games in Japan. Matsuzaka signed a multimillion-dollar exclusive deal with trading card company Upper Deck.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed. On September 28, Matsuzaka went eight innings and threw pitches. He allowed six hits and two runs while striking out eight.
Although Matsuzaka did not get the decision, the Red Sox eventually beat the Angels 6—3. Much like his playoff debut, Matsuzaka delivered another mediocre outing.
Matsuzaka was pulled after going over the pitch mark. Matsuzaka suffered his first career playoff loss as the Indians beat the Red Sox 4—2.
Matsuzaka fared better in Game 7 of the series, on October 21, , retiring the first eight batters he faced. Matsuzaka pitched well for 5 innings, allowing 2 runs.
Matsuzaka is the first Japanese pitcher to win an MLB playoff game and only the fifth rookie to start a game seven in the playoffs.
On October 27, , he started and led the Red Sox to a 10—5 win in Game 3 of the World Series against the Rockies, his first World Series appearance, giving up 2 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks, with 5 strikeouts.
In the game, he also recorded his first major league hit: Matsuzaka is also the first Japanese pitcher in World Series history to start and win a game.
Matsuzaka also ended the year with the Red Sox rookie record for strikeouts in a season. In the beginning of season , Matsuzaka led the Red Sox pitching staff with eight consecutive wins without suffering a single loss.
However, on May 27, he left the game against the Seattle Mariners in the bottom of the fifth inning due to a "tired shoulder". The Red Sox placed Matsuzaka on the disabled list May 30, , with a mild right rotator cuff strain.
He returned on June 21 but was the losing pitcher after giving up 7 earned runs in just one inning of work against the St.
On September 15 he won his 17th game of the season, setting a new single-season record for Japanese MLB pitchers, passing previous record holder Hideo Nomo.
Matsuzaka ended the season with an 18—3 record, 2. However, a major problem for Matsuzaka was the control of his pitches, which, combined with his lack of innings pitched due to his injury, factored into his Cy Young voting.
The interesting statistic is that Matsuzaka was 11—1 in the 16 starts he walked three or more batters, which was a testament to his ability to wiggle out of whatever trouble he got himself into.
Matsuzaka started Game 2 of the American League Divisional Series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and fared well over five-plus innings, handing the ball over to fellow countryman Hideki Okajima.
However, Game 1 of the American League Championship Series was where Matsuzaka had his first solid postseason start.
In 7-plus innings, he no-hit the Tampa Bay Rays before giving up a hit to Carl Crawford to start the 7th and got the win. However, at home in Game 5, Matsuzaka was rocked in four-plus innings for five runs on five hits, walking two, striking out two, and giving up three home runs to B.
Boston however staged a miracle comeback to win 8—7. When Matsuzaka decided to pitch in the World Baseball Classic , the Red Sox were concerned with his decision being that it would cause him to miss a majority of spring training.
On March 27, , Matsuzaka reported to Red Sox spring training only twelve days before opening day. He gave up five runs over five innings, receiving another loss.
After a loss against the Atlanta Braves on June 19, , Matsuzaka was once again placed on the disabled list. Red Sox manager Terry Francona stated that Matsuzaka was placed on the DL due to "weakness" in his throwing arm possibly caused by the extensive pitching he did in the World Baseball Classic.
We have a lot of work ahead of us trying to get him back to being Daisuke. As of his second placement on the DL in the season, Matsuzaka held a 1—5 record with an 8.
Although it has been suggested [ by whom? On September 15, , Matsuzaka made his first start since June He came and pitched his best outing of the season, pitching six plus shut out innings, striking out five, walking three, and giving up three hits.
In October , Matsuzaka revealed that he had in fact injured his hip joint but did not reveal when he got the injury. In early January , Matsuzaka was interviewed by Japanese magazine Friday.
I relied on my wits and my shoulder strength. I had to be creative. Matsuzaka also apologized to Red Sox fans, saying, "I am very sorry for making you worry.
I assure you that the  season will be a great season. I am going to redeem what I lost in With my health back, I am confident and determined to produce this year.
I will [try my best to] become a world champion once again. Matsuzaka missed the first month of the season due to a neck strain.
Matsuzaka would improve during the season in , going with a 4. On May 5, , Matsuzaka made his first relief appearance of his MLB career picking up the loss in 1 inning against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim after a 2 and a half-hour rain delay.
On May 17, , Matsuzaka was placed on the 15 Day disabled list. On June 2, it was reported that he would be out for the rest of the season due to Tommy John surgery.
He gave up a home run in each of his first two innings, and gave up three earned runs in four innings against the Wilmington Blue Rocks , an affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.
He would finish the year with a very unimpressive record of with an 8. On August 22, , Matsuzaka agreed to a major league deal with the New York Mets, and joined their starting rotation.
Matsuzaka agreed to a one-year minor league contract to stay with the Mets for the season on January 24, On April 24, Matsuzaka earned his second career save first was in Japan in in a victory over the St.
After the game, Mets manager Terry Collins stated that Matsuzaka was the back up option to current closer Kyle Farnsworth. On May 14, Farnsworth was outrighted to Triple-A by the Mets, leaving the closer role up for grabs, and Matsuzaka as one of the candidates for the job.
On May 25, Matsuzaka was given his first start as a Met after 14 relief appearances. In his start, Matsuzaka went 6 innings and gave up only 2 earned runs on only 3 hits and got the win in a victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
In , Matsuzaka appeared in his first NPB game in 10 years. He pitched one inning for the Hawks and allowed two earned runs.
Matsuzaka was able to pitch only one game in three years for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. On November 5, , the Hawks released Matsuzaka. He participated in the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
However, he lost the semifinal game to Australia by the score of 1—0.
Although no list like this can be perfectly objective nor complete, RSJ were mainly aiming to start a discussion towards a canonization of Japanese recorded music.
This, my friends, is how a canon is born! In order to give voice to the Snoozer effort, every album on both charts is followed with the Snoozer ranking position in parentheses.
Karuki Saamen Kuri no Hana is absolutely a masterpiece, but no one even thought for a second about including it.
They also give a couple of slots to the band Hige, who are paid advertisers and featured in the magazine. The RS Best lists tend to tell a story of pop music flourishing in the 60s and generally declining afterwards, with a few peaks at punk, alternative, and hip hop.
The best of Japanese music, on the other hand, seems to be spread out evenly from the early 70s to the late 90s.
I agree with you re: Disappointed at the lack of a Mad Capsule Markets mention: Osc-Dis proved that metal could still be interesting, while Park was pretty much a perfect record.
I know these lists are always a load of bollocks, but RSJ must be having a laugh. Props to Adam for the Osc-Dis mention.
Your coolness quotient just tripled. I think Yellow Monkey has some classic stuff and are certainly no worse than some of the stuff that Snoozer chose.
Number Girl was the only one of them to get on the list. Eastern Youth and bloodthirsty butchers were left off. Boredoms at 25 surprised me. Never knew they were all that important in Japan.
Really displayed some variety, which a lot of J-Rock albums lack these days. Happy to see Fishmans so high up, really underrated band.
Surprised they never hit the States though. His attitude seems to be that the overwhelming mass support for the record must mean something when compiling a list like this.
A controversial position, maybe. Speaking of the indies—yes, Mono should be on this list, and Number Girl should have been up higher. Bloodthirsty Butchers…hard to say.
But it seems that band has greater cachet in the US than in Japan these days. I like that way more than any Denki Groove. You also mention that you have already gone yourself to itunes to listen to some of the titles in the list.
Companies are well aware of the decline in recorded music sales so might have less objection to these kinds of articles appearing in magazines because they act as an effective promotional tool.
They might be feeling that the window of opportunity is closing. Online sales allow them to generate revenue without the cost of pressing up some new CDs for a rerelease.
Spitz has basically refined their schtick through every album, so the safest, best pick is nearly always the latest one, in my opinion — but that may an opinon formed in the absence of some bullshit indie cred-related datum.
People just seem to love them so much. Aozora Hyakkei was a strange choice for a Moonriders album too. Just about everything they released prior to that album is much better, especially Camera Egal Stylo.
Aozora Hyakkei is good, but by no means their best. I used to feel this way. I think production wise and thematically, yes, Dr. Songwriting-wise though, Camera Talk is the most heart-wrenching.
I think Camera Talk is a convenient way to summarize their entire career and also give nod to the songs that made them famous.
At least they were when I looked. Having Jun Togawa on a list sums up Guernica, no? Anybody interested may wish to look for it at any good bookseller or visit http: Not only does Julian provide a list, but he also sets all of the albums in context and provides a real insight to what you are going to be listening to and why it appeared that way in the first place!
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