No Borders No Race: Episode Yon-Juu-Ichi
On this week's episode of No Borders No Race King Baby Duck gives a quick update on what's happening at Anime Boston this year, and pays tribute to the late Harold Ramis. The new Godzilla trailer makes the host eager to see what to come from the king of all kaiju, whereas the new Sailor Moon anime makes him worried for all the right reasons. Plus on this week's "Nazo-Nazo Nihongo" Sawa-sensei teaches us about the Japanese holiday Hinamatsuri, the meanings behind the onomatopoeia "waku waku" and "doki doki," and the story behind the song she wrote for Yoko Hikasa.
- Aya Hirano - Up To Date (from the album vivid)
- Soil & "Pimp" Sessions (feat. Jose James) - Summer Love (from the album Circles)
- Kenny Loggins - I'm Alright (from the Caddyshack soundtrack)
- FLOW - WORD OF THE VOICE (from the album #5)
- Eastern Youth - The Reddened Back (from the album 365-Step Blues)
- Deerhoof - Secret Mobilization (from the album Deerhoof Vs. Evil)
- Yoko Hikasa - Technoholica (from the single EX-FUTURIZE)
- THE HIGH-LOWS - Supersonic Jet Boy (from the compilation album FLASH~BEST~)
- Death From Above 1979 - Turn It Out (from the album You're A Woman, I'm A Machine)
- KOTOKO - Damare Yo, Peter (from the album Kuchu Puzzle)
- OKAMOTO'S - Give&Take (from the album OKAMOTO'S)
Hey everybody! We're all gonna get laid! It's No Borders No Race: Episode Yon-Juu-Ichi!
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