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Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi - Keep On Fighting FLAC album


Performer: Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi
Genre: Rock
Title: Keep On Fighting
Released: 2003
FLAC version ZIP size: 1823 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1454 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1189 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 616
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About Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi. Starting as a folksinger of sorts in the late '70s, Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi developed into a greater force in Japanese music, bridging the gap between folk and rock, protest and sentiment. After winning a Yamaha-sponsored music contest in 1976, Nagabuchi worked his way into the recording industry with fairly astonishing speed. A short-lived contract with JVC failed to produce lasting results, but a move to EMI put Nagabuchi into the number one album position on the Oricon charts by his sophomore album. Success returned in 1987 with the album License, and the Oricon charts showed Nagabuchi at number one for each successive album through 1993 (six in a row). The result of his added work was a sound rivaling Bruce Springsteen's (1988's Tonbo, in particular, is comparable to the emotion and compositional style of the Boss).

Read about Keep On Fighting from 長渕剛's Keep On Fighting and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi (長渕剛), born September 7, 1956 in Hioki, Kagoshima Prefecture is a Japanese musician and actor. He has produced many hit singles as a singer-songwriter, such as "Junko"(1980), "Tonbo"(1988), "Kanpai"(1988), "Shabondama"(1991) and "Close Your Eyes"(2005). And he has released twelve albums which have gone on to reach number-one in the Japanese Oricon album chart. Along with Yosui Inoue and Noriyuki Makihara, he sold over 10 million single records. From 1977 through 2005, Nagabuchi had sold over 21 million records.

Also known as. Nagabuchi Tsuyoshi 長渕 剛. Born. Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi (長渕 剛, Nagabuchi Tsuyoshi, born September 7, 1956) is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actor, poet, and human-rights advocate, who is a prominent figure in Japanese popular music. He has sold more than 20 million records worldwide and has appeared in movies and television dramas  . His debut album Kaze wa Minamikara was released in 1979. He released a second album the same year. It sold over 580,000 copies and provided his first hit record on Oricon. The album Gyakuryū featured his early principal hit single "Junko. At first, it was included in the album only. Cut as a single in 1980, it hit the top of the Japanese singles chart in August of the same year.

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Tracklist

1 情熱
2 Keep On Fighting
3 Lanikai
4 八月の雨の日
5 人生はラ・ラ・ラ
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7 頑張れ!
8 傷ついた鳥
9 桜島 = Sakurajima
10 しあわせになろうよ