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Still B/O follows Back-On's 15th anniversary album FLIP SOUND, which featured 15 of their most popular tracks re-recorded to fit Back-On's current sound. Still B/O is their first full studio album since the anniversary release and sees guest vocals from Japanese rock and hip hop / street culture legend JESSE (RIZE / THE BONEZ), and MICRO from Nagoya hip hop group HOME MADE KAZOKU, whose music has featured in anime such as Naruto, Bleach and Eureka Seven, and MICRO himself was featured on Abingdon Boys School track 'Lost Reason', amongst others
Still B/O follows Back-On's 15th anniversary album FLIP SOUND, which featured 15 of their most popular tracks re-recorded to fit Back-On's current sound. Still B/O is their first full studio album since the anniversary release and sees guest vocals from Japanese rock and hip hop / street culture legend JESSE (RIZE / THE BONEZ), and MICRO from Nagoya hip hop group HOME MADE KAZOKU, whose music has featured in anime such as Naruto, Bleach and Eureka Seven, and MICRO himself was featured on Abingdon Boys School track 'Lost Reason', amongst others
5065004055192

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Format: CD
Label: JPU RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/21/2022
UPC: 5065004055192

Still B/O (Uk)
Artist: Back-On
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Stay Real (Prod. Uta)
2. Beyond Sadness
3. Waves
4. Down
5. Kill the Beat Feat. Jesse
6. Loser
7. Still in My Heart
8. Bring the Noise
9. Never Freeze Feat. Micro
10. Sky Walker

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Still B/O follows Back-On's 15th anniversary album FLIP SOUND, which featured 15 of their most popular tracks re-recorded to fit Back-On's current sound. Still B/O is their first full studio album since the anniversary release and sees guest vocals from Japanese rock and hip hop / street culture legend JESSE (RIZE / THE BONEZ), and MICRO from Nagoya hip hop group HOME MADE KAZOKU, whose music has featured in anime such as Naruto, Bleach and Eureka Seven, and MICRO himself was featured on Abingdon Boys School track 'Lost Reason', amongst others
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