No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Juu-Roku
Red Sox Nation is on its feet after their World Series victory, and the state of Massachusetts couldn't be happier! KBD shares his thoughts on Lou Reed's final album with Metallica, and why it may be years before its true nature will be revealed. A review of Vince Vaughn's new film Delivery Man is given, and hear why the King is angst about the recent install reveals for PS4 and Xbox One.
Plus No Borders No Race is proud to present a brand-new segment about Japanese culture and language lessons with the help of our friend Sawa-sensei! This week she shares a bit of her backstory, along with her recent travels to South America and the people she met. In her first official lesson, Sawa reveals some of the history behind a few Japanese onomatopoeia you may have heard and read in recent anime and manga.
- The Birthday - Ookami no Nodo (from the CD single ALICIA)
- Minori Chihara - Tomorrow's chance (from the album Sing All Love)
- Lou Reed - My Name is Mok (unreleased)
- Oreskaband - Monkey Man (Monkey Monkey Man) (from the mini-album Ore)
- Teriyaki Boyz - TERIYA-KING feat.KANYE WEST & BIG SEAN (from the album SERIOUS JAPANESE)
- People In Planes - If You Talk Too Much (My Head Will Explode) (from the album As Far As The Eye Can See)
- Boom Boom Satellites - Morning After (from the album Exposed)
- Mummy The Peepshow - Hello Stan (from the album Schoolgirl Pop)
- Asobi Seksu - Thursday (from the album Citrus)
- Zazen Boys - Cold Beat (from the album Zazen Boys II)
- SPITZ - Mirai Koorogi (from the album Chiisana Ikimono)
Get it all right here on No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Juu-Roku!
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