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Desc:Two virtuosos of the shamisen, an ancient Japanese instrument, performing on Japanese T.V. Amazing.
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Comment count is 9
bopeton - 2006-09-23
I want to see one of these guys vs. Deliverance
Syd Midnight - 2008-10-26
One night.. in a valley on Iwo Jima.. holy shit yes man.

BornAgainCannibal - 2006-09-23
There was a moment where I thought the 2nd man was a young Beat Takeshi.
EvilHomer - 2006-09-23
That guy DOES look like a young Beat Takeshi. I think it's his facial expression.
Evilhead - 2006-12-29
The instrument is called the tsugaru jamisen. I learned a bit of this song...
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-05-29
This is what a deathmetal guitar solo sounds like when visiting feudal Japan in your time machine.
Syd Midnight - 2008-10-26
Sounds sorta like a sitar except sitars fucking suck. This is pretty metal.

Lies, lies, LIES! - 2007-12-12
No picture-in-picture solos? Feh.
thebaronsdoctor - 2009-10-29
The last war finally ended with a huge explosion in Japan.
Some of the liberated prisoners of war from Berma
brought home souvenirs, like Shamisen.,
little banjos with lizard skin resonators.
That terrible bond
All those perfect Japanese gardens
Timber houses with paper walls
Consumed in the monumental roar of darkness
All those one stringed musical instruments burning black
Those delicate single notes bended.
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