|1||Welcome To The Rock Club|
|3||Osaka Rock City|
|4||All You Can Eat|
|PCD-25144||Shonen Knife||Pop Tune (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records||PCD-25144||Japan||2012|
|DAMNABLY019||Shonen Knife||Pop Tune (CD, Promo, Car)||Damnably||DAMNABLY019||UK & Europe||2012|
|DAMNABLY019||Shonen Knife||Pop Tune (CD, Album)||Damnably||DAMNABLY019||UK & Europe||2012|
|GC032||Shonen Knife||Pop Tune (CD, Album)||Good Charamel Records||GC032||US||2012|
Pop Tune is the 18th studio album by pop-punk trio Shonen Knife. It was released in Japan on June 6, 2012, and in early June in the . Along with lead guitar and main vocalist Naoko, the group's bassist, Ritsuko, provides the lead vocals for the song "Sunshine" and drummer Emi is the lead vocalist for the song "Psychedelic Life". Osaka Rock City" was used as the theme song for the 2013 Japanese film Soul Flower Train.
Pop Tune by Shonen Knife, released 25 June 2012 1. Welcome To The Rock Club 2. Pop Tune 3. Osaka Rock City 4. All You Can Eat 5. Paper Clip 6. Psychedelic Life 7. Mr J. 8. Ghost Train 9. Sunshine 10. Move On 11. Perfect Freedom (Live Bonus Track) 12. Riding The Rocket (Live Bonus Track) 13. Economic Crisis (Live Bonus Track) 1. This album is also the first recording to feature all members of the band’s current lineup. Lead vocalist and guitarist Naoko as chief songwriter, delivers her characteristic charmingly unaffected view of the world through her carefree lyrics, and with bassist Ritsuko taking lead vocals on Sunshine, and drummer Emi taking lead vocals on Psychadelic Life, this could well be their first full band masterpiece yet! Who are Shonen Knife? When I finally got to see them live, I was transformed into a hysterical nine-year
Fresh from their 2011 Ramones tribute – surely the covers album they were always destined to make – Shonen Knife return with all-new material for their 18th release. Pop Tune finds the Japanese three-piece in fine form, exhibiting a wide-eyed freshness all the more remarkable when you consider that they have been a going concern since 1981. The soft, harmonious oohs that ornament Pop Tune, Paper Clip, Mr J and Move On supplement the album’s prevailing sweetness of sound. The usual -you-get lyrical subject matter can be found, pushed perhaps to the edge of mundanity in All You Can Eat, seemingly not much more than a set of instructions for how to get the best out of a restaurant buffet: Decide which one you want, Then help yourself to the food .
From the Shonen Knife Album "Pop Tune" out now on Damnably Records. Adore Shonen Knife! Can't wait for the new album in April and really looking forward to seeing them again in Glasgow May 10th! 5 years назад. Long life to Shonen Knife, my best companion since soo many years ago :) 5 years назад.
Shonen Knife - Welcome To The Rock Club 02:02. Shonen Knife - Pop Tune 03:16. Overdrive - Shonen Knife. Genki Shock! - Shonen Knife.
Overdrive is the 19th studio album by pop punk trio Shonen Knife. It was released on April 14, 2014 in Europe, and on April 16, 2014 in Japan. According to band leader Naoko Yamano, because their album Free Time (2010) was heavily influenced by punk rock, and Pop Tune (2012) had explored a more pop-oriented sound, Overdrive was a chance for the band to explore a more hard rock sound.