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  1. Nigul Reply
    Throughout Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her's career, Higurashi's lyrics have been in English, frequently characterized by disarmingly frank depictions of the sexual politics of relationships. The group's early music was predominantly garage punk influenced by the New York Dolls and Jon Spencer Blues dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.coinfo full-length debut album, Give Them Back to Me, came out in , showcasing.
  2. Kajiktilar Reply
    The name Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her was taken from the title of a song by the band XTC, from the album The Big Express. The name was suggested by a friend of Aiha's. In interviews Aiha explains that she chose the name because it was really long and hard to remember. The band released their first EP, Seagull to Hell, in
  3. Bratilar Reply
    Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her were discovered by Cornelius (Japan's biggest underground popstar) & signed to his stylish Trattoria sound label. Subsequently the band has built up and upon my first few listens was disappointed by this cd. then i put it on as i'd clean house and it's just grown on me. i love this cd now/5(6).
  4. Grozahn Reply
    On September 9, SEAGULL SCREAMING KISS HER KISS HER will release their new album “ETERNAL ADOLESCENCE.” This is the band’s first original release in 14 years, the last being the May album “Future.
  5. Zugul Reply
    Nov 29,  · Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her was a band from Japan formed by Aiha Higurashi in , and eventually split up in Their musical style contained elements of indie rock and, to a lesser extent, Shibuya-kei. What started with a girl humming and singing on a tape recorder quickly turned into one of the most prominent bands in the Japanese underground scene read more.
  6. Moshura Reply
    Formed: in Tokyo, Japan Disbanded: Jan. 1st, Kentaro Nakao instigated the return of Seagull and gathered new, unique members. Now they are actively doing live shows and touring. Currently they are creating songs for their upcoming album, the first since their return.
  7. Taunris Reply
    17, an Album by Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her. Released 2 September on Trattoria (catalog no. PSCR; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Punk Rock.
  8. Mikall Reply
    Taken from an XTC track from album The Big Express, Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her were a three piece from Japan whose critical position in that country’s chequered musical history remains unchallenged, despite their split over 10 years ago.