Marty Friedman   Tokyo Jukebox
Release Date: 2009

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3.0 goodThompson D. Gerhart STAFF | June 9th 09

Marty covers a bunch of Japanese songs from Maximum the Hormone (known best in America for
doing the theme song "What's Up People?" for Death Note) and Mr. Children to some of the
more poppish stuff out there.

It's all instrumental and it's all a tasty solo jam and thank god it is, because Future
Addict was a wreck with Jeremy Colson's singing.

I'm not huge on the J-Pop stuff, but I like the songs as they're presented here and it's a
return to form in Marty's quality. Maybe it's even a sign that his next non-cover album will
deliver the goods like Loudspeaker or Music for Speeding.


3.0 goodXurxo | November 8th 16
3.5 greatgallus90 | November 9th 14
5.0 classicEsotericDjentleman | August 25th 14
3.0 goodHaelaeif | June 6th 14
4.5 superbMellowTone | April 17th 14
5.0 classicEvgeniy | June 16th 13
3.0 goodvrooom | February 28th 13
3.5 greatHevyDevy15 | December 22nd 12
3.0 goodmifzal | May 27th 12
1.5 very poorvoodman | August 9th 11
3.5 greatlackesse | June 13th 10
2.0 poorDethtrasher | May 21st 10
1.5 very poorbakor | November 8th 09
2.0 poorGoranInno | November 5th 09
4.0 excellentwizorz | August 26th 09
3.0 goodKILL | July 7th 09

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