Then he looked over to his right. His arm and most of his side were enshrouded in the same darkness that purveyed throughout the void. He moved his arm, testingly, and while he surely could feel his arm obeying him, he could not bring it out of the darkness, however he moved.
He tried reaching into the black with his other hand to try and touch or grab it, and despite being aware of its proximity in space, his left arm only stood out brightly against the shadows, groping at nothing.
Look at this little bastard! Look at him! She found there an opportunity, or the possibility of one, that she could see nowhere else.
Certainly not the New Left; in , it was as sexist as the Pentagon. I guess she thought that was the perfect thing for Andy Warhol. It offered a stylized facsimile of the world Valerie knew all too well; what she experienced as hard reality, the Factory appropriated as gritty, artistic drama.
The films there almost signaled the end of the avant-garde—in art and painting nothing more extreme or challenging has been done since. He placed himself at the epicenter of gossip and fashion, shamelessly seeking fame, to the extent of founding Interview magazine as a way to get tickets to movie premieres. He took gay culture to the broader public, giving Valerie the ultimate opportunity to fit in.
Maybe she wanted to be part of the Factory, or maybe she wanted to be a superstar, but she did not have what it takes. The superstars were very, very beautiful and she was an individual, an extremist. The superstars all looked different, had a common denomination, whereas she was more of a unique outsider. She was very much an outsider. There was also the feeling of desperate living, of being on the edge. Andy had reacted with silence. Instead, according to Billy Name, Andy was peeved that she did this on her own and not as part of one of his films.
People at the Factory did not concern themselves with the future. The tenuous quality of life on the edge had an appeal for the mainstream, as Andy provided a window into lives that were rapidly self-destructing, often on camera. Andy merely played with realities that Valerie had lived. We were not about loving one another. But again, Warhol was the center because he was there, everybody was multidirectional, aiming at Warhol, so he was the cosmic glue that held people together in some kind of peaceful situation.
As a revolutionary, foulmouthed, working-class butch dyke dressed in plain clothes, Valerie stood starkly outside it all. When she spoke, she expressed herself in a very interesting way. She had her own dialect, her own phrasing, so that was intriguing. She had a certain charisma of her own. Not that she was beautiful nor repulsive, but she had a unique little presence, you know?
A bit intense. Warhol had seen something of himself in Valerie. When Andy Warhol looked into the eyes of Valerie Solanas, he would have seen much more of himself than when he looked into the eyes of a beautiful debutante like Edie Sedgwick or one of the gorgeous male hustlers who decorated the Factory.
Warhol and Valerie had much in common: both were Catholic, born into blue-collar families; had spent their childhood in poverty; were intellectually precocious; and had experienced being tormented at school. Perhaps most important, both claimed to have rejected sex, although for different reasons: Valerie had had too much sex; Warhol, too little. His father was a construction worker and general laborer and died when Andy was nine.
Andy created women as offshoots of the male imagination, something Valerie could never and would never want to live up to. She was a dangerously real product of a world hell-bent on treating women as mirrored distortions of the male ego. She was antipornographic in her gruffness and scumminess. However bold she might have been in print, in person they found her shy, retiring, mousey.
She was too serious, monomaniacal. He was a mentor, friend, co-conspirator, and fellow artist, and, to a certain degree, he was an originator, as she believed she was. She wanted his undivided attention and set out with fierce determination to get it.
Absolutely featureless. No personality. You heard this, you heard that, you heard this. But you keep finding poor people to say something about her. She has a lot of ideas. You might be a target for her. That was the Factory. A lot of people did not expect to be paid. You would do things willingly for the fun of it. We did not have a contract.
We were not there to be paid. We were there because somehow we stumbled there and it was an interesting scene. I think she was unique. And she suffered. I understand that one would suffer for the state of being, for the state of society, which as I said before is never right. I understand someone rebelling against the state of things, even the relationship between men and women, which is not exactly as it should be. I understand Valerie, to a point. It was to become an epicenter of pop culture, sporting a vibe that crossed old-fashioned values with the young and hip.
He once made Warren Beatty go back to his hotel to change into more casual clothes. It was also called the celebrity room, a place where the hip, famous, and beautiful gathered to be seen and to gossip. Radical feminist and revolutionary Rosalyn Baxandall worked there as a waitress enduring shifts in the mandatory leather miniskirt and regularly encountered Andy Warhol and his entourage.
They played Coltrane and good people played music there. It was an avant-garde place to go and talk. I guess you could see these people if you were interested in them.
Artists and radicals. I think they had steak and hamburgers. Other people tipped unbelievable. You could get a fifty dollar tip some nights! But not Andy. He was cheap. Valerie repeatedly told Andy to stop stealing her lines, but he refused, continuing to feed them to different— and perhaps more conventionally attractive—female stars he surrounded himself with. Many of her lines appeared in Women in Revolt, clearly without her permission or approval. She often was angry at Andy, but he just shrugged her off, attributing her reactions to eccentricity.
Valerie and Andy developed a certain rapport during this period. She called the Factory frequently during spring and summer that year demanding Up Your Ass back and asking for money. I contrast her passion for a cause, no matter how weird, to his indifferent voyeurism. With playful chitchat and mutual amusement, they engaged in the following banter, evidence of their dynamic at that time: Andy: Do you really work for the CIA?
Valerie: Yeah. Andy: You do? Valerie: I like the CIA. Andy: Really? What does it mean? Valerie: It stands for, un, why should I have to answer questions? Andy: I really never have anything to say. Valerie: Andy! Did anyone ever tell you you were uptight?
Valerie: How are you not uptight? You really are. Valerie: Do you ever come, Andy? Andy: No. Valerie: What do you use for stimulation when you think you need it? Andy: No, uh. Andy: No uh, An electric vibrator. Valerie: The electric dildo? Andy: Yeah.
Andy: Uhh, not too long. Valerie: Do you envision a place for yourself in the world of the future? Andy: Uh, it makes me like girls more. Valerie: Why?. Andy: Before they were only boys. Andy: Girls. Valerie: You thought there were only boys.
Valerie: That there was only one sex. Valerie: And now you know there are two. Andy: Now there are two. Andy: Uh, well—both. Valerie: Andy, you never had a kid? Andy: Uh, no. Valerie: Sometimes accidents happen. Have you ever had a wife? Andy: Uh, yes. Valerie: How long ago? Andy: Years ago. Valerie: How many years ago? Andy: Fifteen years. Valerie: How long were you married? Andy: A few weeks. Valerie: And what happened? Andy: Uh, I uh,. Have you ever been married? Valerie: No.
Andy: Why not? Andy: Oh. Valerie: They just left. You know my girl friends. I picked them up in a gay bar last night. Andy: Oh, do you have a sex drive? Valerie: Oh. Valerie: Except that I have lapses—I have occasional lapses, but I have a pretty good record for the last few years. I try to discipline myself. Andy: Well, how do you do that? Valerie: Willpower. Cause you do realize the. Valerie repeatedly reminded Andy that she had nothing and could afford nothing and, in an eager tone, that she was excited that he had agreed to produce and direct Up Your Ass.
Whether Andy promised that he would produce the play is unclear, though she certainly became convinced of this and knew well the volume of films he had recently made. After numerous revisions and edits, she presented a polished version of her play to him in June This version of the script, a twentynine-page, single-spaced copy with a few handwritten notes and corrections, represented the culmination of years of work.
Earlier drafts, which she kept in her possession, were never thrown out, even when she moved around from place to place after her various evictions from the Chelsea and other hotels. The momentum behind this plan had excited and energized Valerie.
Her pride in Up Your Ass consumed her. She wrote to her father detailing her pleasure in living in New York and her excitement about her manuscripts. A postcard of June 14, , read: Dear Pop, Thanks an awful lot for the money.
Hope to finish my manifesto in a few days—Love, Val Thanks a lot. I have some things cooking regarding my play. Hope something will have materialized by the time I see you. Love, Val Her giddiness and energy from the perceived promise that Andy would produce the play only intensified in the coming months.
When she ran into Jeremiah in front of Carol Blanes, a store that catered to drag queens, Valerie related with enthusiasm that Andy would soon be purchasing a script from her. Her time had finally come to give her work a proper audience. As the days went by Valerie grew increasingly impatient with Andy dragging his feet.
She inquired repeatedly about his interest in the play. Eventually, he told her that he had lost the manuscript and, knowing that this would upset her, strategized about ways to get her off his back. In a later memoir, Andy recalled how he arrived at his ultimate solution:. When I finally admitted to her that it was lost, she started asking me for money. She was staying at the Chelsea Hotel, she said, and she needed the money to pay her rent. She came right over and we filmed her in a short scene on a staircase and she was actually funny and that was that.
Valerie happily accepted his offer, and her faith in Andy was temporarily restored. It was when I, a Man was in the last stages of production. Valerie appeared one hour into the film, playing herself, spouting ideas similar to those in the manifesto. Valerie: You dig men sexually? Tom: You mean have I balled men?
Nah, uh, not since I was young. Valerie: Why not? Valerie: Why? Tom: I have to follow my instincts. Tom: Why? Originally from Compton, Los Angeles, the Jackson Sisters were one-hit wonders who briefly shone and made some noise in the early s before quickly fading into obscurity. White, Bedouine, and Natalie Prass among others. Now Jenkins shares his own homespun melodies. White; its intermittent sing-talking and indie twang somewhat resemble a stripped-down Beck. Following on from 's Fractured, which covered content about grieving, hope and a fractured society, companion release Under the Fragmented Sky rebuilds Lunatic Soul as we know it, with dark and haunting atmospheres coming to the forefront, taking its name from the lyrics of the minute epic "A Thousand Shards of Heaven" from Fractured.
The Kscope label has acquired the band's impressive catalogue and are creating a deluxe reissue series that delves into a treasure trove of previously unreleased audio and visual material. It's my own magic realism. Bon Voyage is a collaborative record between Prochet and Dungen's Reine Fiske and The Amazing's Fredrik Swahn with Melody sculpting and producing the sessions as well as encouraging the players around her to experiment, often with instruments that might be less familiar to them.
The album arrives more than five years after Melody's Echo Chamber's debut, and it is the soundtrack to a trip back from the brink, the sound of spiritual renewal, and a pilgrimage to the sonic outer limits. Chock full of tension and pent up frustration, their new third album, Sorpresa Familia , feels tonally right at home within MOURN's catalog. But it also feels distinctly separate - more refined, more intentional.
Railing against greedy businesses, exploitation, fake friends, dishonest figures of authority, and ever complicated global politics, it's an album of decidedly higher stakes than their past outputs, delivered with the newfound poetic grace of a band rising up out of the ashes of those who stood in their way.
CD Capitol Debut album from the Christian rapper with a distinctive flow that's laid-back but committed. The record features de-facto band leader Isaiah Barr on alto and tenor saxophone, Austin Williamson on drums, Walter Stinson on upright bass, Spencer Murphy on bass, and Roy Nathanson as guest saxophone on four tracks. Whereas previous Onyx Collective projects capture NYC's more romantic facets, Lower East Suite Part Three has a much more ominous sound, reflective of the dissonance that accompanies life in the city.
The Wolf Bites Back is a flat-out triumph for a band that refuses to deviate from their stated mission of bring joyous, blood 'n' thunder metal to the masses. Parish records songs as they come to him, often with the intent of just capturing the idea. While a few of the tracks began with the band in Toybox in Bristol, often they were then deconstructed in Parish's home studio. John's producer's ear can focus on a small detail that captures his imagination, which then becomes the foundation to build the song around.
However, one of the intrinsic aspects of his oeuvre that bears repeated mention is the vast range thereof. From era-defining statements of free music to soul-jazz organ quartet; from his seamless incorporation of indigenous folk forms to his exhilarating work for jazz orchestra; from the joyous accessibility of his Quartet to his nuanced scoring for dance and film. A treasure box abounding with gems, Voices Fall From The Sky is an expansive triple-CD box set comprising three distinct and complementary albums whose focus is on the voice: the singers, 17 of whom are featured herein, and the songs, all composed and produced by William Parker.
Coming out was the beginning of a long and continuing process of self-actualization, of taking a hard look at myself and the problems I had and how I could fix them. The resultant track collection, Sacrifices , is akin to watching an old photograph deteriorate in one's hands, as otherwise dense beats disintegrate into airy expanses of emotionally resonant electronics. Its effect is not unlike attempting to recall a murky memory of a dream of Guillermo Scott Herren's earliest works, imbibed with an increased interest in the subtlety of contemporary minimalism.
The album features Price originals along with songs previously recorded by such artists as Bobby Bland, Otis Redding, J. Cale, and Swamp Dogg. It has special meaning for the band too. Distilled through his studies of African percussion in Ghana during and Balinese gamelan music, Reich revolutionized our understanding of polyrhythms, sculpting a new sonic territory to illuminate the radical potential of minimalism.
Divided into four sections, performed without pause, Drumming is written for eight small tuned drums, three marimbas, three glockenspiels, piccolo and voice. To say that the first full-length from the Melbourne quintet improves on their buzz-building EPs from the last few years would be an understatement: the promise those early releases hinted at is fully realized here, with ten songs of urgent, passionate guitar pop that elicit warm memories of bands past, from the Go-Betweens' jangle to the charmingly lo-fi trappings of New Zealand's Flying Nun label.
But don't mistake Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever for nostalgists: Hope Downs is the sound of a band finding its own collective voice. The album is as much about the people that populate the world around us — their stories, perspectives, and hopes in the face of disillusionment — as it is about the state of things at large.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are here to remind us to keep our feet on the ground — and Hope Downs is as delicious a taste of terra firma as you're going to get from a rock band right now. They include five live tracks recorded in August of at Chaminade High School in Canoga Park plus studio outtakes, acetate tracks, and a special rehearsal. This collection is released at the same time as Gene Clark Sings For You , which serves as a companion piece Clark was involved with The Rose Garden after leaving The Byrds and furnished them with an acetate of songs to choose from for their self-titled album.
At least, that's how he sees it. And not just in the way he conjures a singularly fluid sound out of all manner of ancient rhythms, worldly strains, and progressive notions — from heady jazz to heartfelt gospel, jittery club music to combustible baile funk, uncanny future-bass to mellow trap-soul. The double-CD edition includes the original album along with 28 bonus tracks; the double-vinyl LP version includes the original album plus ten bonus tracks.
With no agenda, Shinoda hunkered down alone in his Los Angeles home and began writing, recording, and painting. In January, he released a teaser EP consisting of three deeply personal songs - each one a powerful, stream-of-consciousness expression of unvarnished grief - accompanied by homemade visuals that Shinoda filmed, painted and edited himself.
Scratch Mix'" Published by Buttrubb Music. Players: Karo Brandi, leader of all of what you see, plus all of the artwork; Hanna Sarkari, all guitars; Mim Suleiman, all drums and percussion; Maurice Fulton, all keyboards, bass, and drum programming. The spacious dub of a plucked cello gives way to a minimalist breakbeat tableau resting over rhythmic prepared piano; a staid electronic groove is gradually absorbed into washes of frenzied improv; staccato synths are woven into tumbling avant-rock; and shimmering free drums phase over static loops of piano, guitar and cello.
To quote FACT Magazine, "The quintet are so comfortable working with jazz, folk music, post-rock and electronic music that it comfortably hangs in a space between them all. Literally speaking, The Thing have done it again. Both equipped with a wealth of percussion but perfectly restrained, the pair are near-still, bright and clear at first, until the surface of their glistening sound begins to prickle and rush with an unseen current.
Tippett's voice effortlessly matches the bellows of the Wastell's shruti box, and its gentle drone highlights her natural vocal warmth. Intimate, explorative and intuitive, each note struck or sung is turned over gently, explored, and put back down to rest -- like a rare find in a rock pool.
Today, ILAM preserves thousands of historical recordings and has become the greatest repository of African music in the world. The recordings presented here were made in central and eastern Africa -- specifically, the Belgian Congo now the Democratic Republic of the Congo , Kenya, Tanganyika, and Zanzibar now Tanzania. He made one his last known solo studio recordings in the form of two vinyl-sized, side-long pieces entitled Lydspor , Danish for "soundtrack". Mika worked almost exclusively with the lab's Moog Modular System This UK sound-lab instrument is the sole prototype model containing several golden filters of Moog's sold-out reverse-engineered edition only 55 units recreating the s classic.
On completion of his sessions Mika announced: "I could work with this machine for the rest of my life I would need nothing else.
While Bernard Tapie soon realized his own fortune was rather to be found in business, many music-loving dreamers already imagined themselves in the sun, in an enchanting world made of funky rhythms and synthesizers. Tradition, trajectory and future: these three words sum up a movement that was castrated at birth and sought to bring plurality and nuance to a monolithic cultural scene that was too predictable, commercial and stale. Both volumes of Interferencias seek to do their bit in the odyssey to disseminate rarities from the Spanish musical heritage dating from the '80s, when the dictatorship was over.
Not only a studio virtuoso, but also an incredibly profound artist and perfectionist whose sure-fire instinct for the ultimate groove productions defines the current state of the art in the genre. Heavy bass for heavy dancing. Nothing Still is defiantly atmospheric and textural and finds him harnessing his passion for early contemporary minimalist composers such as Gavin Bryars as well as records like Philip Glass' Koyaanisqatsi and Terry Riley's A Rainbow In Curved Air. Taken as a whole, the collection of 56 songs went far beyond a simple career retrospective.
It dipped back as far as with the bulk of its songs hailing from the mid-nineties onward. Whether supplying eminently tasteful but strong-as-steel backing for singers like Nancy Wilson and Sarah Vaughan or venturing into uncharted new territory as a member of Herbie Hancock's groundbreaking Mwandishi band, Williams' playing has always evidenced that fearless willingness to leap without hesitation into the unknown.
With his new recording, Audacity, Williams marks another chapter in that ongoing history. Audacity finds Williams stepping into the studio as a leader for the first time since 's Griot Liberte, leading his long-running all-star quartet Something More with saxophonist Steve Wilson, pianist George Colligan and drummer Lenny White. He stumbled upon Yuno on Soundcloud and kept a close eye on him. Larger than life, fierce and androgynous - Grace Jones plays all these parts. Yet here we discover her as lover, daughter, mother, sister and even grandmother, as she submits herself to our gaze and allows us to understand what constitutes her mask.
The tour was their largest, and at the O13 in Tilburg, Holland, the stars aligned for the most commanding performance of the run, captured for live release. We know about British bands making it big in their 20s — but what about in their 40s? It took a couple of years to get together, but in a way, it's cool that it's being released in -- the 50th anniversary of the recording of the first free bass solo LP, Barre Phillips' Journal Violone.
Abrams' work here is about pushing against accepted precepts of melody and rhythm, freeing the bass from its accepted role, and allowing it to scream for real. Recalls Bernard, "we made the decision to not flood the CD with keyboards or horns, to go back to the true basic rhythm section sound - and to show more mature songwriting. Recorded at the GRM studios in Paris in June , the record immediately returns to the idiosyncratic sound-world of the trio's first release, a simmering stew of electronic smears, pitched-down animal moans, and mysteriously emotive microtonal organ chords.
He returns now with June , a vinyl-exclusive release. The music on June is a complex network of layers, paradoxically a calm and soothing listen. One-part punk, one-part ska, one-part Devo. With able backing from L. Limited red colored pressing. Expanding on the delicate core ideas at the center of his creative ethos, Projector invites listeners on a further excursion of transient, psychedelic bliss.
Seen as a return to form for the band after the transitional The Gray Race , No Substance offers up tight and heady punk which touches on societal ills and world politics and still remains catchy as hell.
Blending jazz, dub, and noise, an emphasis on darkness in his broken beat-oriented works evolved as a reaction to a rather hedonistic society preferring warm and uplifting sounds. We liked to think we were ahead of our time," says Albini. Growing is a running theme for Blue Heaven. Not only is it the powerful first single from the debut LP Volume One , it also represents a state of mind for the indie rock quartet hailing from Maryland.
Volume One is a track journey through frontman Levi Miller's mind as he deals with heartache, regret, and passion. The album, which included the Top 40 hit "Burnin' for You" represented a resurgence of the group's commercial standing after two albums with disappointing sales.
Limited colored vinyl pressing also available. The then year-old trumpeter had many LPs under his belt already, but this was his second on Blue Note, where he would stay for decades and release the best music of his career. Byrd had a fruitful run in the late '50s with the great baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams and here they are joined by long-time Thelonious Monk Quartet tenor-man Charlie Rouse, and a great rhythm section.
After a rousing take on Sinatra's "Witchcraft" the record features three strong Byrd originals and two compositions from the group's pianist, Walter Davis, Jr. A hard bop classic from one of the strongest players of the era. In recent years Cave and Ellis have become a force to be reckoned with in the world of soundtracks, thanks to their impressive work on films like Hell Or High Water , Wind River , and the National Geographic series Mars.
Cave and Ellis pull from their rich history in the music world to deliver an unexpected score that immediately transports the listener to the hot, angry streets of Los Angeles in the summer of Evidence of his influential trip to Asia is evident on the ethereal and seductive closer "Arashiyama" featuring other worldly vocals, pan-pipes and evocative string arrangements over his incredibly crafted beats.
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There's some of that on Side B as well, but there are also vocals and other instruments, sometimes overdubbed, and the dedication of "Taurus" to Peter Green, guitarist extraordinaire of the original lineup of Fleetwood Mac when they were a blues band , hinting at the breadth of Curran's influences. The Disciples were formed in by brothers Russ and Lol. They were given the name by Jah Shaka, after producing exclusively for him.
Filled with eerie textures, their electronic visions are darker and more vaporous than ever. The first Canadian band signed to Sub Pop Records, White described their sound as "sappy melodic pop music on top of thick distortion. Recorded in a brilliant small group setting, featuring only the instrumentation of the fantastic Hungarian guitarist Elek Bacsik and French journeyman bassist, Michel Gaudry, this is Gainsbourg at his cool and minimalist best. The album deals with a wide range of issues, from thorny political matters to sentimental troubles and even tropical fruits.
On his fifth album, Crazytalk , Mat Kearney mixes his most timeless songwriting to date with a wide, genre-bending set of interests. There are organic instruments, electronic samples, chill house grooves, tropical sounds, and collaborations with DJs like AFSHeeN, Filous, and RAC all glued together by an emphasis on ageless hooks and thought-provoking lyrics.
The result is one of the most adventurous, nuanced albums of his acclaimed career, filled with EDM drops one minute and acoustic guitars the next. It's a sound that nods to Kearney's history as a melody-driven songwriter, even as it pushes him into new territory. Unlike many of his labelmates, Kerpel has steadfastly retained the sound of traditional music in his creations, making prominent use of sweet-toned native string instruments like the charango and ronroco as well as plaintive wooden flutes such as the tarka.
At the same time, his deft production skills extend beyond the beats of South America to include heavy infusions of Jamaican dancehall and Angolan kuduro. From to he recorded three records that established him as one of Europe's best kept secrets, playing festivals from Japan to Brazil. In May , the trio landed in LAX to film a psychedelic adventure in the form of a road movie between Los Angeles and Death Valley, about the philosophically disturbed journey of a man searching to become nothing.
Nick's recent tour mates, Los Straitjackets, are his backing band on this record, contributing to the sounds of Nick rocking his hardest in decades. Risograoph printed gsm card covers, 25mm MX Liberty pin badge.
Separated from both its reputation and its sleeve art, the music of Muslimgauze explores the relationship of visual sensations - space, color, depth, illusion - to the listening experience. The thick drums and rich found sounds that densely populate the soundscapes on Maroon give materiality to the warm presence of the synth washes. Limited silver colored pressing of The Godless Endeavor also available. A brilliantly constructed work of beauty and bile. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.
Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Contains most of the classical performances featured in the show performed by Tomoki Sakata and Yuna Shinohara.
If you loved the show and the music in it, you will like this. Nothing more to really say about that, but here is a detailed breakdown of what is on this album.
You also hear her practicing it in episode 6. If the last song included the violin accompaniment, I would have given it 5 stars. If you loved the musical performances from the anime and you love classical music in general, this CD is an excellent purchase.
Buying classical music in my perspective can be difficult because of the variations in sound you hear from different performers. I particularly loved the sound and pace of each of the songs from the Your Lie in April anime so I readily made this purchase. The CD jewel case features the beautiful artwork you see above in the picture. Thankfully, everything came on top condition. I'm not sure if this applies to just Mac computers or all computers in general, but I didn't have to worry about manually translating the track names.
As for the actual CD content, it's pretty much most of the songs you hear from the anime. I'll include a list: 1. Piano Sonata No. Violin Sonata No.
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso Op. Her right arm is normally encased in a control rod that is her "third leg of Yatagarasu," and she uses it as an arm cannon. More info here: [link]. Nuclear Fusion, that is a powerful ability. And now imagine Tsun-tsun mode with that ability. A mass funeral, you mean. Feb 8.
Feb 7. Jan Quick Update! Keep Calm and Wear Chucks. Oct 14, · The track entitled Monster Sex is a song written by Yxng Bane himself. Filled with descriptive, hot and sexy lyrics, he questions a womans past experience and doubts her ex .