Synonyms for shikao_suga or Related words with shikao_suga


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The opening theme of episode 1 is "Sofa" by Shikao Suga and the ending theme is "Cherish" by Azu. The opening theme of episode 2 is by Shikao Suga and the ending theme is by Tiara.
The opening theme is "NOBODY KNOWS" by Shikao Suga and the ending theme is "Honey Honey" by Seamo.
The group is formed by renowned Japanese musicians Shikao Suga (Vocalist, composer, lyricist), Takebe Satoshi (Producer, lyricist, keyboard), Hirokazu Ogura (guitar), Takamune Negishi (base), and Gota Yashiki (drums)
Japanese group Kokua included a Japanese version of the song written by lead singer Shikao Suga on their 1st official album "Progress" out on sale June 1st, 2016.
Death Note Tribute is a tribute album dedicated to the live action movie for the "Death Note". Published by BMG Japan on June 21, 2006 (Japan), it contains 15 tracks performed by various artists, such as Shikao Suga (feat. Amazons), M-Flo, Buck-Tick and Aya Matsuura. The soundtrack came with a cosplay Death Note notebook.
This season uses three musical themes: one opening theme and two ending themes. " by Shikao Suga is used as the opening theme. The endings are "Reason" by Fonogenico for the first thirteen episodes and by BUCK-TICK for the following ones.
A musician Shikao Suga and Takuro, a guitarist of the rock band Glay provided a song but most of the songs and lyrics were written by herself. The sound producer is Seiji Kameda. He is best known as the former member of Tokyo Jihen.
The group traveled back to Japan and then released their second and final the single of the year "Aozora Pedal", which was written and composed by Japanese musician Shikao Suga and used for Sakurai's movie "Honey and Clover". Although Arashi had planned to return to Thailand to hold a concert on October 7, it was canceled due to a military coup d'état.
He was a member of Fukumimi, a band formed by artists from the same label Office Augusta; it consisted of Shikao Suga, Masayoshi Yamazaki, Kyoko (杏子), and later on Chitose Hajime, COIL, Araki Yuko (mi-gu), Sukima Switch and others.
"Real Face" is a song written by Shikao Suga, Joker, Tak Matsumoto and Chokkaku for the debut single and debut album of the Japanese boy band, KAT-TUN. It was released on March 22, 2006, and debuted on the Oricon daily and weekly singles charts at number 1 where it stayed on the latter for 3 weeks. The song would eventually sell over a million copies by the end of 2006 and was named Japan's best-selling single of the year.
In 1999, he participated in the production of Ringo Shiina's first and second album as an arranger, and they were big hits. Because of those hits, he received many commissions to produce music. That started his great success. Since then he has been producing for musicians and bands like Spitz, Ken Hirai, Shikao Suga, Do As Infinity, Angela Aki, and others. He also participates in many musicians' recordings as a session bassist, or plays a bass guitar as a member of various solo singers' tour bands, or temporary bands like (2005–present).
On June 17, 2009, the single "Oh! Radio" which is said to be Kiyoshiro's last recorded work was released. This song was written by Kiyoshiro as the campaign song for the Osaka radio station FM802 and originally sung by Shikao Suga and Shigeru Kishida of Quruli under the unit name of "Radio Soul 20". The version sung by Kiyoshiro was recorded all by himself (playing guitar, bass, drums and harmonica) at his studio "Rock n' Roll Kenkyujo" sometime in early 2009, and was intended as a demo. It was first made public at his funeral, and it was decided to be released following the overwhelming demand from the fans.
Other subsequent promotional performances for the single were on "CDTV" (April 1), "Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ" (April 3), "Shōnen Club" (April 9 and 16), "Utawara" (April 16, May 14, July 30, September 17 and November 5), "Music Station" (April 28 and December 22) and NTV's "Minna Terebi 24 Hours TV" charity fundraiser special (August 26). KAT-TUN also acted as hosts of the latter event. The group also collaborated with Shikao Suga for a one-off live performance on "Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ" on May 12, 2008. Most recently on Shounen Club Premium last March, Kamenashi performed a rock version of Real Face with Suga Shikao, the person who wrote the song
The band were the topic of the March 28, 2014 episode of music program "Bokura no Ongaku", where they were interviewed by Japanese comedian Chihara Junior. The band performed "Parallel Spec", "Killer Ball" from "Odorenai nara, Gesu ni Natte Shimae yo" (2013) and collaborated with singer-songwriter Shikao Suga to perform a cover of his song "Nobody Knows". The band made an appearance on the Fuji TV morning program "Mezamashi TV" on April 2, and music video channel Space Shower broadcast a special 15 minute program about the band, "Gesu no Kiwami Otome Tokuban" on April 15. The band made radio appearances at FM-Fuji's "Chinmoku no Kin'yōbi", J-Wave's Tokio Hot 100, FM Nack 5's "The Nutty Radio Show Onitama" and Tokyo FM's "School of Lock!" in March and April. Interviews with the band were featured in March and APril issues of music and fashion magazines such as "Musica", "Switch", "Bounce", "Rockin' On Japan", "Seventeen", "Marquee", "What's In?" and "Barfout!".
She performed the ending theme of the first two episodes of "Space Battleship Yamato 2199" titled, . On the July 17, 2012 broadcast of "NozaP・Matsunaga Maho no Live Dog!", she announced her previous work as FictionJunction Asuka, who provided the vocals for "Everlasting Song", an insert song used in the anime "Elemental Gelade". Prior to her debut as Aira Yuhki, she was signed on to Zazzy, one of Being's independent label. She sang jazz covers of songs by Seiko Matsuda, Shikao Suga, Joni Mitchell, Carole King on iTunes Japan as . At the end of 2007, her songs, "Sweet Memories" and "It's Too Late" were picked as the best songs for the Jazz category for both Japanese and Western songs. Under Asuka Katō, she had released seven singles and one album.
Yota Tsuruoka was the sound and music director for "Boogiepop Phantom". The soundtrack for the series featured many artists and various styles, ranging from Gregorian to electronic. The opening theme song , which was also used as the ending theme for the live action prequel "Boogiepop and Others", was composed, arranged, and performed by Shikao Suga. Kyoko composed and performed the ending song . The "Boogiepop Phantom" soundtrack was published by AnimeTrax and released by The Right Stuf International as a two-disc CD on 30 April 2002. The songs "Evening Shower" and "Future Century Secret Club" were not included on the OST with the rest of the soundtrack, but were instead released separately by the artists. "Evening Shower" was published on 8 September 1999, prior to the initial airing of the series, on Shikao Suga’s album "Sweet", while Kyoko’s "Future Century Secret Club" was initially released as a single of the same name on 9 February 2000, and later as part of an album titled "Under The Silk Tree" on 8 November 2000.
Several soundtracks have also been released for the live action films. "Sound of Death Note" is a soundtrack featuring music from the first "Death Note" film composed and arranged by Kenji Kawai. It was released on June 17, 2006 by VAP. "Sound of Death Note the Last name" is the soundtrack from the second "Death Note" film, "Death Note the Last name". It was released on November 2, 2006. "Death Note Tribute" is a tribute album dedicated to the live action movie for the "Death Note" film. Published by BMG Japan on June 21, 2006 Japan, it contains 15 tracks performed by various artists, such as Shikao Suga, M-Flo, Buck-Tick and Aya Matsuura. The soundtrack came with a cosplay Death Note notebook. Another tribute album is "The Songs for Death Note the movie〜the Last name Tribute" dedicated to the second film. Published by Sony Music Entertainment Japan on December 20, 2006, it contains 14 tracks performed by various artists, such as Orange Range, Abingdon Boys School, High and Mighty Color, Doping Panda and Galneryus.