Show-Ya - Suteki ni Dancing / Au Revoir flac album
Title: Suteki ni Dancing / Au Revoir
Style: Hard Rock
MP3 album: 1923 mb
FLAC album: 1738 mb
Other formats: AAC MP3 VOX RA VOC DTS MIDI
Genre: Rock / Pop
Show-Ya (しょーや, Shōya) is an all-female heavy metal/hard rock band from Japan, founded in 1981. The group disbanded in 1998, but reformed with the original line-up in 2005 for the 20th anniversary of their first release. The music of Show-Ya is deeply rooted in classic rock and they have covered songs from The Beatles, The Doors, The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and AC/DC in their albums and live shows. Suteki ni Dancing (Coke Is It)", "Au Revoir (Last Scene)" (1985/08/31). Shidokenaku Emotion", "You Can Dance" (1986/02/01).
र्टिस्ट: Show-Ya ( Show-Ya). ल्बम: suteki ni dancing (coke is it), Au revoir. A A. suteki ni dancing ( Coke is it). 風は Tenderness. The White Album (1968) - The Beatles. 盜 (Haidao) in Chinese songs about Drinks.
1985 studio album by Show-Ya. Suteki Ni Dancing (Coke Is It)", "Au Revoir (Last Scene)". Released: 31 August 1985. Masquerade Show is the debut album of the Japanese rock group Show-Ya. The album was released on 6 September 1985 in Japan. Its release was preceded by the pop single "Suteki ni Dancing" (trans. Dancing Is Great), used for an advertising campaign by Coca-Cola. The single "Suteki ni Dancing", used for the TV spots of the Coca Cola campaign, gave the band a wide and immediate visibility all over Japan. Au Revoir (Last Scene)" (Miki Nakamura, Terada) – 5:21. Side two. "Mind Collection" (Kenshi Arai, Terada) – 4:47.
Suteki ni Dancing (Coke Is It)" (素敵にダンシング - Coke Is It!) - 5:38. Mizu no Naka no Toubousha" (水の中の逃亡者) - 3:58. Show-Ya discography (in Japanese). This article on a 2000s compilation album is a stub.
Masquerade Show is the debut album of the Japanese rock group Show-Ya.
SHOW-YA is a female hard rock/heavy metal band that briefly enjoyed big popularity in Japan, and made a valiant attempt at making it worldwide. Formed in 1984, the group’s very first gig was in at Dingwall’s in London. The group consisted of vocalist Keiko Terada, guitarist Miki Igarashi, keyboardist Miki Nakamura, bassist Satomi Senba and drummer Miki Tsunoda. It was helped considerably by the fact their debut single Suteki Ni Dancing was used in a Coca-Cola commercial. Much of the focus was on the band’s sexy singer Keiko Terada, whose trademark was the fake rose tattoo she wore above her right breast. She adopted the rose mark after being deeply impressed by Bette Midler’s performance in the film The Rose, in which Midler played a Janis Joplin-like character. The tattoo was in fact the focus of the cover of their 1988 live album Turn Over.
|Suteki Ni Dancing (Coke Is It!)|
|T12 - 1090||Show-Ya||Suteki ni Dancing / Au Revoir (12", Maxi)||Eastworld||T12 - 1090||Japan||1985|
|XT10-2434||Show-Ya||素敵にダンシング (Coke Is It) (CD, Mini, Single)||Eastworld||XT10-2434||Japan||1989|