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Can someone with the ability to read japanese translate me the No Geography booklet?





For example, on page 3 Clean Bandit is mentioned, on page 10 it says in the biography part "2005 => 09 => Dicky Dance [The Remix Volume 06]", Page 12 "2008 => 09 => Remix/Produce [2008] => Irvine Welsh [Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance] Chemical Brothers".

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I could do it, unless there’s an actual native Japanese speaker on the forum that’d be far more qualified. It will probably take me a little while since I’m over my head in stuff right now (including something from the California shows, *nudge nudge), but I can chip away at it.
Would you mind also posting the lyrics on the next page with Nene’s verse? I can already see through the page that it’s different from the other ones.


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Would you mind also posting the lyrics on the next page with Nene’s verse?
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Awesome! I’ll get crackin’...


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From What I can gather through my 10+ years of not using Japanese language skills....

The Pg.3 reference is to Mark Ralph playing bass on Eve of Destruction. Mark has been songwriter and producer to Craig David, Clean Bandit, and AlunaGeorge. Mark also played bass on 'Go'

Pg.10 September 2005 was the release of "Dicky Dance [The Remix Volume 06]". That's a translation error. It's referring to the Dutch bootleg of remixes put out by Disky Dance
https://www.discogs.com/The-Chemical-Brothers-The-Remixes-Vol-06/release/670663

Pg.12 My kanji knowledge fails me here. What I can tell from other research is that The film Ecstasy (from the Irvine Welsh book) was announced in 2008 at TIFF. T&E may have been rumored to be producing the music for it maybe. I know this was around the time they were in film rumors / reality with Hanna, Now You See Me.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecstasy:_Three_Tales_of_Chemical_Romance
https://web.archive.org/web/20120314192809/http://www.juzd.com/press/2008/09/ecstacy-film-launch-party-during-toronto-international-film-festival-week/

There is a few other interesting notes in there. On pg. 12 it references July 2009 where the version of the main website where it changed to look like an old modular synth (I miss that version). Pg.13 it reference Ed going back to school in 2014.
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Pg.10 September 2005 was the release of "Dicky Dance [The Remix Volume 06]". That's a translation error. It's referring to the Dutch bootleg of remixes put out by Disky Dance
https://www.discogs.com/The-Chemical-Brothers-The-Remixes-Vol-06/release/670663
That confuses me even more. Why should they mention the release of an unofficial remix compilation? And why exactly #06 and not #01 or #04?
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And why exactly #06 and not #01 or #04?
Because #06 was the one that covered The Chemical Brothers. #01 is Tiesto and #04 is Olav Basoski. Full list HERE.
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Because #06 was the one that covered The Chemical Brothers. #01 is Tiesto and #04 is Olav Basoski. Full list HERE.

Beat me to the punch.

Reading further, I'm discovering stuff I never knew was out there or haven't heard before. I'm slowly going through this as I trainspot down the k hole.

Pg.8
1996 remixes
I was unaware of the remix for MSP's Faster till now. I can hear the Hoops Miami Bass drums influence in there.



1998 remixes
There is reference to the remix T&E did for The Dust Brothers (original DB) for the song realize. I don't think I've heard it and can't find a source for it anywhere. Any help? Only place I can find refernce to it is on the "Dead Man On Campus Soundtrack" (https://www.discogs.com/Various-Dead-Man-On-Campus-Music-From-The-Motion-Picture/release/386743)

Pg.9
2001-04
The Coachella appearance is referenced as 「ライヴ」/ Live. The next line states IBIA and Galaxy Bounce was 披露・ひろ・debuted. I know that this was a DJ set as the rarities thread has footage of Studio K being played. I am still confused if Galaxy Bounce was debuted in the DJ set, is this something that we have additional confirmation on? The Tomb Raider Soundtrack wasn't out till June 2001.


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1998 remixes
There is reference to the remix T&E did for The Dust Brothers (original DB) for the song realize. I don't think I've heard it and can't find a source for it anywhere. Any help? Only place I can find refernce to it is on the "Dead Man On Campus Soundtrack" (https://www.discogs.com/Various-Dead-Man-On-Campus-Music-From-The-Motion-Picture/release/386743)




I'm pretty sure this is it. It's just missing the Chemical Brother remix part in the label. Either way, it's awesome. I feel like we heard this track in a DJ mix, but I'm too lazy to look into it.


 

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