High Kicks

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High Kicks
High Kicks cover.jpg
Studio album by The Blue Hearts
Released December 21, 1991[1]
Recorded Avaco Creative Studio
Genre Punk rock
Length 52:25
Language Japanese
Label East West Japan[1]
Producer The Blue Hearts
The Blue Hearts chronology
Bust Waste Hip High Kicks Stick Out
Singles from High Kicks
  1. "Ano Ko ni Touch"
    Released: November 28, 1991
  2. "Too Much Pain"
    Released: March 10, 1992

High Kicks (ハイ・キックス, Hai Kikkusu) was the fifth studio album released by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts. It was the first album by the band to reach #1 on the Oricon charts.

Tracks[edit]

  1. "Minagoroshi no Melody" (皆殺しのメロディ Massacre Melody)
  2. "Monkey" (M・O・N・K・E・Y)
  3. "Kokoro no Kyūkyūsha" (心の救急車 Heart Ambulance)
  4. "Ano Ko ni Touch" (あの娘にタッチ Touch That Girl)
  5. "Homerun" (ホームラン)
  6. "Nakanaide Koibito Yo" (泣かないで恋人よ Don't Cry, Lover)
  7. "The Rolling Man"
  8. "Tokyo Zombie" (東京ゾンビ)
  9. "Happy Birthday"
  10. "Tatakau Otoko" (闘う男 Fighting Man)
  11. "Neon Sign" (ネオンサイン)
  12. "Too Much Pain"
  13. "Sasurai no Nicotine Yarō" (さすらいのニコチン野郎 Wandering Smoker)

Songs[edit]

Though only two songs from this album were released as singles, both "Minagoroshi no Melody" and "Tokyo Zombie" were released as B-side tracks of the single "Yume", which was part of the band's sixth album, Stick Out.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b High Kicks Archived 2007-11-12 at the Wayback Machine.. bluehearts.com. Accessed February 22, 2008.