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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Tegami (Kitarubeki Ongaku Toshite) lyrics
    2Boku To Kimi No Subete Wa Atarashiki Uta De Utae lyrics
    3Tsuki Ni Saku Hana No You Ni Naru No lyrics
    4I Love You lyrics
    5Toukyou No Yoru Sayounara lyrics
    6Ano Kane Wo Narasu No Wa Anata lyrics
    7Kimi No Koe Wa Boku No Koi Boku No Na Wa Kimi No Y lyrics
    8Futatsu No Namida lyrics
    9Kimi Wo Mamotte, Kimi Wo Aishite lyrics
    10Sekai Wa Soredemo Shizunde Ikundaze lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Tegami [2006]
    2Subete No Yoru To Subete No Asa Ni Tanbarin O Nara [2005]
    3Tsuki Ni Saku Yana No You Ni Naru No [2004]
    4Utsukushiki Ningen No Hibi [2004]
    5Seishun Kyousou Kyoku [2004]
    6Sambomaster Ha Kimi Ni Katarikakeru [2005]
    7Atarashiki Nihongo Rokku No Michi To Hikari [2003]
    8Houkago No Sei Haru [2003]
    9Utagoe Yoo Kore [2005]
    10Sekai Ha Sore Wo Ai To Yobun Da Ze [2005]


    Lead vocalist and guitarist Yamaguchi Takashi first met drummer Yasufumi Kiuchi a few years back, at a university music club they were both members of. The duo ran into bassist Yoichi Kondo during February of 2000, and the three went on to officially form the band now known as Sambomaster. They made their debut at a live house in Tokyo's Koenji district and soon followed this up with the self-production of their first single "Kick no Oni" (Kicking Demons), which they spent nearly a year working on. It was subsequently released in April 2001 as a limited edition of 300 copies. For the first time, listeners outside of a live show were presented with vocalist and frontman Yamaguchi's vocals, which shift between a soft, sandpaper-like melodic voice to all-out screaming madness. Sambomaster's musical style is a blend of punk/classic rock, pop, jazz and rock ballads.
    The year 2003 saw the release of their very first major-label album, Atarashiki Nihongo Rock no Michi to Hikaru and a live performance at the Fuji Rock festival's Rookie GO GO. This led to a huge rise in their success and more widespread notoriety. They have been gathering acclaim from both critics and regular listeners ever since.

    In 2004 and 2005 Sambomaster released the majority of their hit singles including "Seishun Kyōsōkyoku" and "Sekai wa sore o Ai to Yobunda ze"; "Seishun Kyōsōkyoku" was used as the fifth opening theme to the hit anime series Naruto, and "Sekai wa sore o Ai to Yobunda ze" ended up being the ending theme to the popular Japanese sitcom/comedy Densha Otoko (and also Nintendo DS game Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2). They were also asked to do the main theme to the movie Koi no Mon, which became the song Tsuki ni Saku Hana no Yō ni Naru no.

    The band is still very active currently, releasing singles and albums, which are continuously rising up the Japanese music charts.

    bio couresty of wikipedia and most lyrics courtesy of cherryblossom-garden.com

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