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Tetsuya Kakihara's "Generations" shows that, despite the noticeable improvements on the vocal end, there's still a lot of work to do.
Tetsuya Kakihara brings out an interesting sound in his new mini-album, Call Me. Title: Call me Label: Kiramune Release date: 13/03/2013 Genre: Pop/Rock Tracklist: 1 - Call my name 2 - Hands up 3 - Eternal screaming 4 - 運命の引力 5 - ocean flying 6 - Cheers!! Track by track analysis: 1...

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