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Dan Gassner

January 28, 2016
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Often called a supergroup after being formed from the members of two prominent Japanese bands, Gesu No Kiwami Otome released their second full studio album Ryouseibai on January 13. Now, only two weeks since its release, it has already reached the top of the Japanese charts, and has exceeded sales of the first album by several thousand copies.

The new single titled “Ryouseibai De Ii Ja Nai” which translates to “It’s All Right If Both Sides Are At Fault” is a mix of fusion, rock and pop, which should appeal to a much wider audience than most J-Pop music.