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Артист: Maximum The Hormone Название: Yoshu Fukushu Жанр: Hardcore Год выхода: 2013 Label: VAP / VPCC-81770 Source: Lossless О музыке:
Maximum the Hormone ( Makishimamu Za Horumon?) is a Japanese nu metal/hardcore punk band from Hachiji, Tokyo.
Maximum the Hormone was d in 1998 by Daisuke Tsuda and Nao Kawakita. After a couple of regional shows, the band signed a contract with the Japanese
rock label Sky Records. A.S.A. Crew was the first album released under that label and was the only full length album released with this lineup. At
that time Daisuke wrote his songs only in English, and 'Maximum the Hormone' was also written in Latin letters. That changed when Key and
Sugi left the band in 1999.
While looking for new members to join the band, Nao thought of her younger brother Ryo, who had been playing the guitar since his years in junior high
school and could sing very well, too. From then on, the two men split up most of the vocals, Daisuke taking care of the screaming and rap vocals and
Ryo the more melodic parts. Ue joined as well, completing the quartet as the bassist. After that major change the band decided to root their lyrics
and band name in katakana to reflect the change in the band members. In 2001, the band released an EP, H.
In 2002, the band left Sky Records and signed with Mimikajiru Records. The band released a new single, "Niku Cup", followed by a full length album,
After their first full album as a band, the band took a more traditional approach to recording, releasing two singles, followed by an album. Their
next album, Kusoban in 2004, was closer yet to the contrasting heavy music mixed with light pop that has gained them mainstream attention.
After the release of Kusoban on 2004, the band signed to VAP, a major record label.
After recording another pair of singles, the band released another album, Rokkinpo Goroshi. The release caused a surge in their fanbase, as they began
to sell out more shows, playing many rock festivals, and eventually releasing a live DVD, Debu Vs. Debu. In addition, "Rolling1000toon" was featured
as an ending theme for the Air Master anime.
In 2006 the band entered popular culture with the song "Koi no Mega Lover", which reached number nine on the Oricon charts during the summer – their
first top-ten hit in Japan. The band had two of their songs featured in anime series; "What's Up, People?!" and "Zetsubou Billy" are featured as
the opening and ending tracks, respectively, in the second season episodes of the Death Note anime series, and "Akagi" is featured as the ending theme
for the Akagi anime series.
After the promotion from two singles, and the songs featured on television, Maximum the Hormone released their next album, Buiikikaesu. The album was
a record for the band, debuting at number five on the Oricon charts; their first full album to rank. Also in Japan the album went Gold.
In 2008, the band the released their second live DVD: Deco Vs. Deco, and made their first overseas appearance in a short tour through the United
States and Canada in support of kick Murphys. On May 3, Maximum the Hormone performed at the hide memorial summit alongside many other artists, in
memory of the deceased musician. A new single titled "Tsume Tsume Tsume/F" containing those titular songs and "Kill all the 394", was released at the
start of the "Tsume Tsume Tsume" tour in July, and reached the number 2 spot on the Oricon weekly singles chart. The tour continued through to October
16, 2008, with an additional tour finale, which took place on November 30.
On October 27, Maximum The Hormone made their first UK appearance supporting Enter Shikari at the Bournemouth BIC. They continued to tour with Enter
Shikari until November 3, playing venues in Exeter, Southampton and Folkestone, before ending with 2 nights at the London Astoria. However, prior to
the Enter Shikari dates, it was announced that Daisuke would require corrective surgery on his throat, causing the band to go on temporary hiatus
while he recovered. The hiatus started in December and lasted for several months.
After Daisuke had recovered from his throat surgery the band went on to headline several shows in Japan with support from Bring Me The Horizon and
Blessed By A Broken Heart in May 2009, as well as going on to win the award for "Best Rock Video" for "Tsume Tsume Tsume" in the 2009 MTV Video Music
On November 19, 2009, the band released a statement via their official website stating that Nao was pregnant, but after discussions with her fellow
band members and staff, had decided to continue with all shows. However, on November 3 Nao fell ill and was transported to the hospital, where she was
told that it would be unhealthy for her and the baby to continue performing. This resulted in the band going on hiatus until Nao had carried the baby
to term and forced them to cancel all shows including an appearance at the Soundwave Festival 2010 in Australia.
On May 6, 2010, the band released another statement through their website stating that Nao gave birth to a healthy baby girl and that they would no
longer be on hiatus. The band members appeared as extras in the live-action adaptation of BECK.
Later in February 7, 2011, the band released a video for the songs "Chiisana Kimi no Te ()" - translates to "Your Small Hands" - and "maximum the
hormone" on their official website.
The band's newest single titled "Greatest the Hits 2011–2011" was released on March 23, debuting at number 1 spot on the Oricon weekly singles
chart. In June they will be touring Europe. In early August they played at Pentaport Rock Festival in Incheon, South Korea.
Their newest album Yoshu Fukushu was released on July 31, 2013, their first full album in 6 years. It was their first album to get on first place on
Oricon's charts on the week after it got released.
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01. Yoshu Fukushu ()
02. Utsukushiki OP ~Tsuki no Bakugekiki~ (OP ~~)
03. Utsukushiki Hitobito no Uta ()
04. Benjo Sandal Dance ()
05. Chu2 The Beam (2 )
07. Tsume Tsume Tsume ()
08. Rock Oreimairi ~3 Chord de Omae Full Bocco~ ( ~3~))
09. Unbelievable! ~Suwomintsu Hockereiro Mifueho~ ( ~ ~)
10. ALIEN ()
11. My Girl
12. Mesubuta no Ketsu ni Binta (Kick mo) ( ())
13. Beauty Colosseum ()
14. Maximum the Hormone
15. Koi no Sperm ()