2018/05/07 - Tsutomu Toya (Zenith)
#11
Excellent interview, great job on both ends!
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#12
(05-07-2018, 07:19 AM)embryo6 Wrote: I understand that Toya doesn't consider the 1994 demo to be a professional work, but he should be aware that music lovers don't always judge from the production quality or the technical skill. We are here to discuss about Zenith thanks to those materials, after all... Wink that's why I would like them to reconsider about a reissue.
True, but as TadakatsuH0nda said, now is the time to get back in the game. Now that the cat is out of the bag on the confirmation of the band's reunion, I'm currently consulting with the band on a few subjects.
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#13
What about a double Cd, with both the original demo and the re-recording? Wink

P.S. I love that black and white photo with Ozaki & Toya Cool
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#14
Very cool interview. I enjoyed reading it very much.

A big surprise for me: mentioning the Canadian band Angelica. That was a Christian metal band that only released two or three albums in the late 80s/early 90s. Such an interesting choice for him to use when comparing vocalists. Smile

I have to admit I laughed when he said that kanji "are difficult for us, too." Big Grin
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