Sadistic Mika Band - Mika Band Live In London flac album
Title: Mika Band Live In London
Style: Art Rock, Classic Rock
MP3 album: 1951 mb
FLAC album: 1530 mb
Other formats: VQF ADX WMA DXD MP3 MMF DTS
Genre: Rock / Pop
Mika Band Live in London. Mika Band Live in London. CD - EMI Music Distribution
Redirected from The Sadistic Mika Band). Sadistic Mika Band (サディスティック・ミカ・バンド) was a Japanese rock group formed in 1972. Its name is a parody of the "Plastic Ono Band". Produced by Masatoshi Hashiba on Toshiba-EMI Records (now EMI Music Japan), the band was led by the then husband and wife team of guitarist Kazuhiko Kato, and his wife, singer Mika Fukui. The word "sadistic" is reported to be inspired by her insensitive sense of humour.
Yukihiro Takahashi (高橋 幸宏 Takahashi Yukihiro, born June 6, 1952) is a Japanese musician, singer, record producer and actor, who is best known internationally as the drummer and lead vocalist of the Yellow Magic Orchestra, and as the former drummer of the Sadistic Mika Band. He is currently a member of the group METAFIVE.
The Sadistic Mika Band featured the songwriting of Kazuhiko Kato, already a very successful singer in Japan before the band was formed, and his wife Mika, who he allegedly nicknamed "sadistic" for forcing him to eat her cooking! They split after three studio albums and a live set, possibly because, if my memory is right, Mika became involved with Chris Thomas, the former Procol Harum and Sex Pistols producer who produced Black Ship. They reformed for one album in the 80's, but with a different singer.
same tracks as other USA pressing 'Black Ship' with artist name printed in black letters on front.
Sadistic Mika Band - rumored to have been named in honor of Mika's cooking). Sort of in keeping with the Prog/International feel of the week, I thought I would toss something a little different in the live concert department. The Sadistic Mika Band wasn't really characterized as a Prog-Rock band.
|Hey Gokigenwa Ikaga||5:13|
|Sumie No Kuni E||3:42|
|Nanika Ga Umi Wo Yatte Kuru||5:42|
|Suki, Suki, Suki||4:35|
|DTP-72185||Sadistic Mika Band||Mika Band Live In London (LP, Album)||Doughnut||DTP-72185||Japan||1976|
|CT30-5445||Sadistic Mika Band||Live In London (CD, Album)||Eastworld||CT30-5445||Japan||1989|