The Telegraph :: New London, Connecticut

JUST FADE AWAY: MUSIC OF COWBOY BEBOP AND OTHER SOUNDS FOR THE DISCERNING OTAKU - Originally released in 2004, coming off the heels of the Neo-Swing movement in music, G-Clef da Mad Komposa's brainchild, The Yalloppin' Hounds was "converted" into a new, innovative direction. The band Rayzd was born, which began recording a debut album entitled "Fear is the Mind Killer", featuring a collection of original songs, as well as some eclectic derivative works. The band explored various subject matter, and ventured into a diverse blending of styles of music, from all things jazz, hip-hop, acid jazz, rock, drum & bass, world music, and alternative pop. A year after their debut album, Rayzd released a follow-up project entitled "Just Fade Away: Music of Cowboy Bebop and Other Sounds for the Discerning Otaku". This album displayed similar stylistic innovation but this time, drew from the wealth of source material in Japanese video game and anime culture.
JUST FADE AWAY: MUSIC OF COWBOY BEBOP AND OTHER SOUNDS FOR THE DISCERNING OTAKU - Originally released in 2004, coming off the heels of the Neo-Swing movement in music, G-Clef da Mad Komposa's brainchild, The Yalloppin' Hounds was "converted" into a new, innovative direction. The band Rayzd was born, which began recording a debut album entitled "Fear is the Mind Killer", featuring a collection of original songs, as well as some eclectic derivative works. The band explored various subject matter, and ventured into a diverse blending of styles of music, from all things jazz, hip-hop, acid jazz, rock, drum & bass, world music, and alternative pop. A year after their debut album, Rayzd released a follow-up project entitled "Just Fade Away: Music of Cowboy Bebop and Other Sounds for the Discerning Otaku". This album displayed similar stylistic innovation but this time, drew from the wealth of source material in Japanese video game and anime culture.
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Just Fade Away
Artist: Rayzd
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Tank (from Cowboy Bebop)
2. Real Folk Blues (from Cowboy Bebop)
3. Rain (from Cowboy Bebop)
4. Words That We Couldn't Say (from Cowboy Bebop)
5. Greenbird (from Cowboy Bebop)
6. Hiiru No Tskuki(from Outlaw Star)
7. Is It Real (from Cowboy Bebop)
8. Legendary Theme (from Gitaroo Man)
9. Bring Me to Life
10. Adieu (from Cowboy Bebop)
11. Sora (from Escaflowne)
12. Streets of Rage 2 Ending Theme (from Streets of Rage 2)
13. Brian Burns meets Ed

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JUST FADE AWAY: MUSIC OF COWBOY BEBOP AND OTHER SOUNDS FOR THE DISCERNING OTAKU - Originally released in 2004, coming off the heels of the Neo-Swing movement in music, G-Clef da Mad Komposa's brainchild, The Yalloppin' Hounds was "converted" into a new, innovative direction. The band Rayzd was born, which began recording a debut album entitled "Fear is the Mind Killer", featuring a collection of original songs, as well as some eclectic derivative works. The band explored various subject matter, and ventured into a diverse blending of styles of music, from all things jazz, hip-hop, acid jazz, rock, drum & bass, world music, and alternative pop. A year after their debut album, Rayzd released a follow-up project entitled "Just Fade Away: Music of Cowboy Bebop and Other Sounds for the Discerning Otaku". This album displayed similar stylistic innovation but this time, drew from the wealth of source material in Japanese video game and anime culture.
        
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