No Borders No Race: Episode Nana-Juu-Hachi
King Baby Duck pays tribute to the late ORIGA, before going head-on with the recent controversy involving the New England Patriots. The new FXX comedy Man Seeking Woman treads familiar comedic territory, and hear which Wii titles that never made it to the US should get a chance in the eShop. Finally the first episode of Yatterman Night is discussed, showcasing the next chapter of the popular Tatsunoko series.
- ORIGA - rise (from the album Ghost In The Shell: STAND ALONE COMPLEX O.S.T. 2)
- The Spunks - Habanero Junkies (from the album Yellow Fever Blues)
- Dope Stars Inc. - Take It (from the album TeraPunk) [available February 13]
- quaff - DRAGON's FIRE (from the album Dragon's Fire) [out of print]
- Ichiro Mizuki (feat. Miki Asakura) - THE HERO (from the album THE HERO~Mr.ANISON~)
- Ben Folds - Hiroshima [Japanese Version] (from the album Stems & Seeds)
- dir en grey - Behind a vacant image (from the album ARCHE)
- TsuShiMaMiRe - YOI-TEMPO-DESU (from the album no-miso shortcake)
- The Nightwatchman (feat. Serj Tankian) - Lazarus on Down (from the album The Fabled City)
- envy - Life Caught In The Rain (from the envy/Jesu split EP) [out of print]
- PUFFY - Radio Tokyo (from the album Splurge)
Never sounding deflated, it's No Borders No Race: Episode Nana-Juu-Hachi!
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