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Examples of "monkey_majik"
Monkey Majik covered "Gandhara" as one of the tracks on their single "MONKEY MAJIK×MONKEY MAGIC".
Monkey Majik (stylised as MONKEY MAJIK) is a pop rock band formed in 2000 in Sendai, Japan. The band consists of Canadian brothers, Maynard Plant and Blaise Plant, each acting as lead vocalists and guitarists, and two Japanese members: Tax on drums, and Dick on bass. Monkey Majik is signed to Binyl Records, a subsidiary of Avex Records.
With a line-up consisting of Urushikaka, Kuypers, and the Plant brothers, Monkey Majik released 1000 copies of their first EP, "Tired", through Tower Records in Sendai in a personally-financed venture. "Tired" became the best-selling release at Tower Records for six consecutive weeks, cuing Monkey Majik to record their first full-length album.
TIRED was the first studio album by MONKEY MAJIK. It was released on May 13, 2002 as a Limited Edition EP.
On October 28, 2009 Monkey Majik released their own Japanese rendition of Open Happiness. A music video was made for the single's release.
The discography of Monkey Majik consists of seven studio albums, three compilation albums and numerous singles and digital downloads. The band's releases were originally self-released in Sendai, after which they were signed to independent label and management Under Horse Records, and released material through there between 2004 and 2005. In 2005, Monkey Majik were signed to major label Avex Entertainment, and continue to release under the Binyl Records sub-label.
Monkey Majik have four certified albums by the RIAJ, including the platinum "Sora wa Marude" (2007). They have five songs that were commercially successful enough to receive certifications, including the double platinum "Around the World" (2006) and "Sora wa Marude" (2007).
The ski resort is home to many concerts. A-Nation (2002), Dreams Come True (band) (2003), Glay (1998), Kaela Kimura (2005), Kome Kome Club (1992), L'Arc-en-Ciel (1999), Masayoshi Yamazaki (2000), Monkey Majik (2008), Morning Musume (2001), Mr. Children (1995), Sharam Q (1996), SMAP (2001), and Tube (band) (1994) held concerts in the resort.
Finally, in 2010, the band released their second compilation album, "Monkey Majik Best ~10 Years & Forever~", to commemorate their 10th anniversary. An independent single, "Aishiteru", also rose to popularity during this time, reaching No. 12 on the Oricon charts, and reaching No. 7 on Japan’s "Billboard" Hot 100.
Monkey Majik was formed by Maynard Plant, Tom Pritchard, Chad Ivany, and Misao Urushikaka as a way to pass the times with friends in Ottawa, Canada, before Maynard's move to Japan to become an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) on the JET Programme in 1997. They were named by Pritchard, an English drummer, in tribute to the song "Monkey Magic" performed by Godiego (later recorded and performed by the band as a tribute single, "Monkey Majik x Monkey Magic", in 2007), which was the theme song to "Saiyūki", which was dubbed into English for broadcast in Great Britain as "Monkey". The former drummer had watched the series as a child growing up in Britain and was a fan of the show and its theme song.
Westview (stylized as westview) is the 6th full album released by MONKEY MAJIK on February 2, 2011 in celebration of their 10-year anniversary. Westview is a follow-up album to their album "eastview" released in 2005. Most of the tracks recorded for "westview" were recorded in Greece. The song "Sunshine" was used as the opening song for the anime "ぬらりひょんの孫 (Nurarihyon no Mago)."
Somewhere Out There is the 7th full album released by MONKEY MAJIK on March 7, 2012. The album itself is a dedication to Sendai and all of those affected by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, with songs that are reflective of this theme. The lead single from the album is "Headlight", followed by "HERO". "Ki wo Ueta Otoko" was released in 2011 as a digital charity single for the earthquakes.
In 2010, Monkey Majik produced and in 2011 released their sixth studio album, "Westview", a spiritual counterpart to "Eastview" reflecting the views of a Japanese in western society. The majority of the album was produced in Greece, where the band also had all promo pictures for the album taken. The lead single, "Sunshine", was used as the opening theme of Weekly Shōnen Jump's anime adaptation of its popular manga, "Nurarihyon no Mago".
The anime series, produced by Studio Deen, premiered on July 5, 2010 and is licensed for North America by Viz Media under the name "Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan." New episodes, subtitled in English, are made available for streaming on their website several hours after they air in Japan. The opening themes are "Fast Forward" and "Sunshine" performed by Monkey Majik and the ending themes are "Sparky☆Start" and "Symphonic Dream" performed by Katate Size (Aya Hirano, Yui Horie and Ai Maeda). The anime is slated to be released on eight DVDs.
A cover version of "Monkey Magic" by Orange Range was featured in the Nintendo DS video game, "Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2". Animetal made their version on Animetal Marathon VII album. Another cover was featured in "Lucky Star". Godiego released their own self cover on the single "Monkey Magic 2006". Also AAA made one for their cover album "CCC-CHALLENGE COVER COLLECTION-". The Japanese-Canadian pop group Monkey Majik (which took their name from the song) released a new cover version in 2007.
The band rose to mainstream success after the 2006 success of their singles "Fly", and "Around the World" from the album "Thank You", eventually reaching the top Oricon charts and collaborating with major Japanese sensations such as m-flo and SEAMO. As of 2012, they have released seven studio albums, four EP's, three physical live albums, three digital live albums, and three compilation albums, and have certified five singles through the Recording Industry Association of Japan. Since the debut of Monkey Majik, Maynard and Blaise have both simultaneously worked solo ventures into the music industry to much acclaim.
Super Modern Artistic Performance (stylized as super.modern.artistic.performance) is the eighteenth studio album of Japanese boy band SMAP, released on September 24, 2008 by Victor Entertainment in Japan. The album features work from Japanese-Canadian pop-rock band Monkey Majik, Korean singer-songwriter Park Jin-young, Japanese electronic musician and Capsule member Yasutaka Nakata and Black Eyed Peas member will.i.am. The album debuted and peaked at number one in the Oricon Weekly Charts with 214,000 units sold on its first week of release and is certified Platinum by the RIAJ. This has made SMAP achieved total album sales of ten million, being the second musical group of vocalists after Chage and Aska to achieve the sales total.
They are perhaps best known for performing the song "Monkey Magic" for the 1978 television series "Saiyūki" which was brought over to the United Kingdom as "Monkey". This led to several releases through BBC Records, including "Monkey Magic", "Gandhara", and the LP "Monkey" and several of their records charted in the UK. Godiego are also known for performing the theme song "THE GALAXY EXPRESS 999" for the "Galaxy Express 999" film and the soundtrack for the 1977 film "House". They were the first rock band to play in the People's Republic of China and Nepal, and inspired the name for the band Monkey Majik (the group's original drummer was British and watched the show as a child). Lead guitarist Takami Asano worked on the soundtrack of the Nintendo DS game "", while vocalist Yukihide Takekawa composed the soundtrack for the Super NES video game "Soul Blazer".
In 2009, Japanese-Canadian rock band Monkey Majik created an animated music video in which its members meet the "Lupin III" cast. The video, that is set to the band's version of the anime's theme song, promoted the "Lupin the Third Dance & Drive official covers & remixes" CD. A campaign titled "Lupin Steal Japan" was launched that same year by NTV, TMS Entertainment, Namco Bandai Games, and Heiwa — a manufacturer of pachinko machines. The project's website took suggestions on real-life objects for Lupin to steal. One such example is the Moai statue in Shibuya, which was taken elsewhere for cleaning on December 7, but was replaced by the calling card of the master thief that read "Thanks for the Moai".
, known in Japan as is an anime adaption based on the manga series written and illustrated by Hiroshi Shiibashi. There were two seasons, each having 26 episodes, with a recap episode in the middle and another at the end. The first season originally aired from July 3, 2010 to December 27, 2010, and broadcast in the United States and Canada on Viz Media's online network, Neon Alley, from October 2, 2012 to March 30, 2013. The opening themes are "Fast Forward" and "Sunshine", both of which are performed by Monkey Majik and the ending themes are "Sparky☆Start" and "Symphonic Dream" performed by Katate Size (Aya Hirano, Yui Horie and Ai Maeda). The second season originally aired from July 3, 2011 to December 25, 2011, and broadcast in the United States and Canada on Neon Alley from January 28, 2014 to May 20, 2014. The opening themes are "Hoshi no Arika" and "The LOVE SONG", both of which are performed by LM.C and the endings themes are "Orange Smile" and "Departure" performed by Katate Size (Aya Hirano, Yui Horie and Ai Maeda). Two additional 23-minute OVAs were subsequently released in December 4, 2012 and March 4, 2013 after Sennen Makyou finished. They were bundled with the limited edition releases of volumes 24 and 25 of the manga.