Bivattchee

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Bivattchee (ビバッチェ Bibatche?) was a contemporary Japanese rock band with several albums. This band liked to focus on the greater good of children and just children in general. Most of the themes for their songs focused on the community, seeing every day as the last, and how people should act upon it. Through the mellow music, the lyrics are meant to encourage and replenish. The band's song "Taiyou no Mannaka e" was used for the third opening theme song of the anime series Eureka Seven. The band disbanded on March 1, 2009.

Biography[edit]

In 1997, the band met at Hiroshima Shudo University folk. Started from about 1999 gigs constantly, imperceptibly grown into a pretty good live band. Sweep the country in hot live performances, indie album released in 2002, "Blue Crow" sell 70,000 copies. Played a major advance in August 2003, Major 1st lead single from the album "before the cherry blossoms fall / Love Tea" in the FM radio stations across the country to "lock" a feat that won with 24 power play in this genre achieved, CS will be appointed to such office or theme music programs are focused around the hot topic. After 34 locations nationwide tour ahead anniversary album, a local festival in Hiroshima "Ebisu Kou" We gather 700 people in an unprecedented live free. Now RCC (Chūgokuhōsō) at "Radio Secret Sound Garden" (Tuesday), "Top Gear Tonight" show and regular appearances in two, making a music album.

At MBS · TBS series, in the morning broadcast every Sunday from 7:00 in the popular anime "Eureka Seven" is prior to the release of new songs are picked from October 23, the opening theme of OA.[1]

Band members[edit]

  • Shinichi Tsutsumi: He provides the vocals for the band. He was born on October 11, 1977.
  • Katou Eizi is the guitar player of the band. He was born on August 30, 1978.
  • Yamamoto Kyoshichi is the bass guitar player of the band. He was born on March 10, 1978.
  • Tashiro Shiniti is the drum player of the band. He was born on May 16, 1977.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Aoi Karasu

Released: April 4, 2002

No. Title Length
1. "Hanbunko"    
2. "ROCKET Hanabi"    
3. "Sakura no Hana ga Chiru Mae ni"    
4. "Ride On Drive"    
5. "Shiroi Tsuki"    
6. "246 ~Kimi ni Ai ni Iku~"    
7. "DRIVE Shimashou"    
8. "Nandarou"    
9. "I'm walkin'"    
10. "Minamimawari no Kaz"    
GLASS no Tsuki to Gin no Hana (ガラスの月と銀の花 lit. Glass moon and Silver flower?)[2]

Released: March 24, 2004

No. Title Length
1. "Koucha no Koi" (桜の花が散る前に)  
2. "Sakura no Hana ga Chiru Mae ni"    
3. "Kami wo Nadete Gomakashite" (髪をなでてごまかして)  
4. "Ai no Umibe" (愛の海辺)  
5. "ROLLING MONKEY"    
6. "PLASTIC MORNING ~Asa no Atatakai~SOUP no Tame ni~" (プラスチックモーニング~朝の温かいスープのために~(album version))  
7. "Kanjusei no Hana" (感受性の花)  
8. "HEY TAXI" (ヘイ タクシー)  
9. "Kaze no Tayori" (風のたより)  
10. "750KILLER" (750キラー)  
11. "HONEY & STRAWBERRY" (ハニー & ストロベリー)  
12. "LOVE IS ALL"    
Blue Bird Journey[3]
No. Title Length
1. "Introduction"   0:20
2. "Blue Bird Journey"   3:08
3. "Taiyou no Mannaka he" (太陽の真ん中へ) 3:14
4. "Love & Sun"   4:18
5. "R×C×W"   1:48
6. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"   2:15
7. "Moshimo Ashita Sekai ga Owatta to Shitemo" (もしも明日世界が終わったとしても) 4:02
8. "49"   0:50
9. "Sen no Yoru wo Koete" (千の夜を超えて) 4:23
10. "Kokoro ni Furu Yuki" (心に降る雪) 3:03
11. "Kabi" (カビ) 2:04
12. "BROTHER" (ブラザー) 4:32
13. "Love song"   3:09
14. "Haru no Hikari ni Tsutsumareta" (春の光に包まれて) 4:21
Moshimo Ashita Sekai ga Owatta to Shitemo (もしも明日世界が終わったとしても lit. Even if tomorrow the world ends?)

Released: July 20, 2005

No. Title Length
1. "Moshimo Ashita Sekai ga Owattato Shitemo" (もしも明日世界が終わったとしても)  
2. "Love & Sun"    
3. "Ore no Kutsuzoko ni Chikyuu ga Haritsuite" (俺の靴底に地球が張り付いて)  
4. "R&R music"    
5. "One Way"    
6. "Moshimo Ashita Sekai ga Owattato Shitemo ~another world~" (もしも明日世界が終わったとしても ~another world~)  

Singles[edit]

Hanbunko

Released: January 16, 2002

  1. Hanbunko (Halved)
  2. I'm walkin'
  3. Shiroi Tsuki (White Moon) (live version)
Seishun no Honoo

Released: March 19, 2003

  1. Seishun no Honoo (Fire of Youth)
  2. Harukaze (Spring Breeze)
  3. Let's Roll (instrumental)
  4. PLASTIC MORNING (soliloquy)
Sakura no Hana ga Chiru Mae ni/Kouchya no Koi (桜の花が散る前に/紅茶の恋 lit. Before the cherry blossoms fall/Love tea?)[4]

Released: January 24, 2004

No. Title Length
1. "Sakura no Hana ga Chiru Mae ni (Before the Cherry Blossoms Fall)" (桜の花が散る前に)  
2. "Koucha no Koi (Love of Black Tea)" (紅茶の恋)  
3. "Ai no Umibe (Seashore of Love) (soliloquy)" (愛の海辺(独り言))  
Taiyou no Mannaka e (太陽の真ん中へ lit. To the center of the sun?)

Released: December 7, 2005

No. Title Length
1. "Taiyou no Mannaka e (To The Center of the Sun)" (太陽の真ん中へ)  
2. "Kimi to Waratta Kisetsu (The Season When You Laughed)" (君と笑った季節)  
3. "Taiyou no Mannaka e ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~" (太陽の真ん中へ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~)  
4. "Taiyou no Mannaka e ~INSTRUMENTAL~" (太陽の真ん中へ~INSTRUMENTAL~)  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sony Music". Retrieved 16 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "CD Japan Page". Retrieved 16 July 2010. 
  3. ^ "CD Japan Page". Retrieved 16 July 2010. 
  4. ^ "CD Japan page". Retrieved 16 July 2010. 

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