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D.S.Masters

Show-Ya

B is going to show R the true path to enlightenment... or at least the path to the big red button. (claustrophobia / low ceiling needed)

Show-Ya
D.S.Masters, Oct 17, 2020 at 4:05 PM
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    • D.S.Masters
      If you've played some of my recent levels, then you know my latest fascination: the all-female Japanese metal band Show-Ya. They were active from 1985 to 1990, and they reunited in 2005. The group was founded in 1981 by singer Keiko Terada and keyboardist Miki Nakamura, and while their first album was pop rock (they've covered The Beatles, The Doors, and even Deep Purple), their later albums were metal.
      They never caught the attention of the U.S. market, and it's not easy to find anything they've done (other than YouTube), but I picked up their greatest hits album... very expensive, and it shipped from Switzerland, but it is worth every penny.
      "Watashi Wa Arashi" (can somebody please translate that?) from their 1989 album "Outerlimits". Miki Igarashi on guitar, finger-tapping just like Eddie van Halen, and she definitely knows how to shred. Satomi Senba giving the bass a good workout, and Miki Tsunoda was obviously born to be a drummer, because she is just as hyper and crazy as any rock drummer out there. -
      Show-Ya at Rock Wave '89 -
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Jom
      B and R achieved Enlightenment, :thumbsup::rotf:!! We enjoyed the neat little element of careful timing.
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      delator77
      Cool all-female Japanese metal band!I've never heard of them ... from Japan I only know the group Loudness (if I'm not mistaken it appeared recently in a previous level of yours)...Well,FUN clean logic level with....yes,you know:rolleyes: nice design:D...Thanks for sgaring @D.S.Masters ;)
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Sun Eagle
      Enjoy the lv with smooth mech.
    • D.S.Masters
      @delator77 Another one I ran across is an all-female rock band from Japan called Lovebites...
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      mossieurclo
      A timed move in a Mr Masters level?!? OMG, where is this world going??? :rolleyes:

      Thank you!
      (the 5th star is for the cosmetic touch on top of the bricks roof :thumbsup:)
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