Hisao Shinagawa (born 1946) is a Japanese-born songwriter and performer who lives in Los Angeles, California. He is probably best known in his adopted home country for the satirical song "More Money, More War", which became an underground hit after the video aired on "Weird Al" Yankovic's Al TV on MTV in 1984.
In 2008, Pathfinder Pictures will officially release I Want to Destroy America, Peter I. Chang's full-length documentary about Shinagawa's life. The film was previously known as Life in G-Chord and was shown at several film festivals, including the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.
- Hisao at myspace
- I Want to Destroy America, AKA Life in G-Chord[permanent dead link]
- Masahiro Sugano's HISAO
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