GANG×ROCK release preview of Jimbo Tsukumo’s version of “Don’t wanna stay”

GANG×ROCK released a preview of Jimbo Tsukumo’s solo version of Odin;s Don’t wanna stay“.

GANG×ROCK is a music project created by Techno Art. This project mixes “delinquents” and “bands” in the same place. It will count with 4 bands: Odin;s, Enried, WaTCH DoGS and Kouriyo Rengoukai (蛟龍連合会). Vocarock (vocaloid rock) producer 164 is one of the producers in charge of music for this project. Character designs by Nitta Taka.

Odin;s consist on KENN, Shunichi Toki, Tasuku Hatanaka and Kenji RoaEnried consists on Yutaka Balletta, Keisuke Kawamoto and Takuya Aragiri. Details on other units are going to be announced at a later date.

GANG×ROCK‘s first CD is performed by Odin;s and is scheduled to be released on 21/12/2018. Kike, Waga Raimei wo! (訊け、我が雷鳴を!) is going to be available in 5 editions: regular, Raido, Kurusu, Madono and Jimbo.

The cover art is the following (regular edition):

The tracklist is the following:

1 - Don’t wanna stay (composed/written/arranged by 164)
2 - Saqirlat (written/composed by Kenji Roa, arrangement by L.O.V.E)
3 - Original Drama (around 30 minutes)

A preview of Odin;s‘ “Don’t wanna stay” is out.

A preview of Jimbo Tsukumo (Kenji Roa)’s solo version of “Don’t wanna stay” was released today.

All editions include the songs above mentioned, the only differences lie on who’s on the cover for each edition (the regular edition features the whole group).

More details on this release are going to be unveiled in the upcoming weeks.

Kike, Waga Raimei wo! is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

GANG x ROCK Koi Sodatsu Tournament / Odin;s (KENN, Shunichi Toki, Tasuku Hatanaka, Kenji Roa)
Odin;s (KENN, Shunichi Toki, Tasuku Hatanaka, Kenji Roa)

SOURCE: GANG×ROCK official website / GANGxROCK official twitter account

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. After a 6 month stint in Macau SAR, I am back to being based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely focus on writing about male seiyuu music.