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BiS階段 - BiS階段 FLAC Performer: BiS階段
Album: BiS階段
Country: Japan
Released: 07 Aug 2013
Style: Noise, J-pop
Label: Avex Trax
Genre: Rock / Pop
Catalog #: AVCD-38630
Size FLAC: 2759 mb.
Size MP3: 1354 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 266
Record Source: CD, Album


Music By – Miifuu
2Hide Out Cut
Lyrics By – JxSxK
Music By – Jojo広重
6Eat It
Lyrics By – テラシマユフ
Arranged By, Engineer – 松隈ケンタEngineer – 沖悠央Lyrics By – 戸川純Music By – 吉川洋一郎


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPCFC007_2014BiS階段 BiS階段 ‎(LP, S/Sided, Ltd)Specific SPCFC007_2014France2014
JSLP-026BiS階段 BiS階段 ‎(LP, Album)Jet Set JSLP-026Japan2013


  • A&R [A&R Direction]越智竜太
  • A&R [Assistant]赤窄諒
  • A&R [Promotion]藤原裕介
  • Arranged By, Producer [Sound Produced By], GuitarJojo広重
  • Art Direction, DesignStudio-Novel
  • Coordinator [Creative Coordination]高橋みなみ
  • ElectronicsT. Mikawa
  • Engineer, Engineer [Mastering]近藤祥昭
  • Executive-Producer山口光, 松浦勝人
  • IllustrationMemo
  • Instruments田仲圭太
  • Lyrics ByBiS (tracks: 2, 7)
  • Management [Artist Management In Chief]渡辺淳之介
  • Management [Artist]田淵咲妃
  • Music By松隈ケンタ (tracks: 2, 4 to 6)
  • Performerファーストサマーウイカ, ヒラノノゾミ, プー・ルイ, ミチバヤシリオ, カミヤサキ, テンテンコ
  • Photography By外林健太
  • Producer [Sound Produced By], Instruments松隈ケンタ
  • Supervised By渡辺章仁, 内田正俊
  • VoiceJunko


Recorded & mixed at GOK sound / Pinball.Lab<01>


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  • Recorded At – GOK Sound
  • Recorded At – Pinball.Lab
  • Mixed At – GOK Sound
  • Mixed At – Pinball.Lab


Japapop meets noise, two sides of the same coin from the Japan culture creates this humongous spawn, guess not for everyone, since it's not enterely noise nor completely pop.
Its form is mostly girlie japa-pop, very melodic and guided by teen voices full of the hormones of tenderness, yet the rhythmic core is less sweet, punk chords and solid bass guitar leading a strong pulse of power pop amidst the angelic choral voices.

Though as a background to the melody screeches, tiny beep screams (like the ones a little child can do on the worst tantrum) , guitar feedback and buzzing noise creates a sort of distant envelope robbing the pop centered structure its forefront appearance.

I think there must be a particular subcultural niche for this in Japan music, a must for people not enterely diverted with adolescent pop and bewildered a bit by Merzbow? Don't know for sure, Japanese are excentric and hard to understand for us linear thinking western simpletons.
Still it is interesting if you're up for a submersion into J-pop but don't have the stomach to listen to it without some weirdness sprinkled over it.

Best tracks (at least the ones I hummed afterwards, yeah they are catchy as must be expected) "eat it", "suki suki daisuki".