No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Nana
After giving his listeners some advice regarding how to watch Goblin Slayer, King Baby Duck dives into the importance of the iyashikei genre (especially since it was announced that Laid-Back Camp got a second season green-lit). The Netflix series Hilda enchants our host in ways no other Western animated show has done in years, and a dark evening leads to exciting plot twists in the film Bad Times at the El Royale!
PLAYLIST (with album/single links):
- THE CHERRY COKE$ - Gypsy Moon (from the album THE ANSWER)
- Crossfaith (ft. Rou Reynolds from Enter Shikari) - Freedom (from the album EX_MACHINA)
- Polly Panic - Hollows (from the album Losing Form)
- BRADIO - Sexy Lover (from the album YES)
- Mr.Children - addiction (from the album Jyurkyoku to Kokyu)
- Marissa Nadler - Interlocking (from the album For My Crimes)
- Dir en grey - Values of Madness (from the album The Insulated World)
- Loudness - Whatsoever (from the album Metal Mad)
- Holygram - Signals (from the album Modern Cults) [in stores November 9]
- L'arc~en~Ciel - Blurry Eyes (from the album Tierra)
- Ling Tosite Sigure - DIE meets HARD (from the album #5)
- Rammstein - Ohne Dich (from the album Reise, Reise)
- the peggies - Kimi no Sei (digital single)
With all of its proper elvish paperwork filled out, it's No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Nana!
The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, YesAsia, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.
Promotional consideration for tracks three & nine made by Shameless Promotion PR