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Title: Please Mr. Lostman
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Please Mr. Lostman is an album released by the Pillows on January 22, 1997. The record's title is a play on "Please Mr. Postman" by the Marvelettes. Moon Is Mine" – 4:10. Ice Pick" – 3:39 " (彼女は今日,) – 5:16. Strange Chameleon" (ストレンジ カメレオン) – 6:23. Swanky Street" – 4:52. Suicide Diving" – 3:53. Girls Don't Cry" – 2:31. Please Mr. Lostman" – 4:08.
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Please Mr. After a series of successful singles, such as "Strange Chameleon" and "Swanky Street", it would become the band's breakthrough album. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Album, Collection: "Please Mr. Lostman" Track 10. Description: - The Pillows. Lyrics from Animelyrics. Tarinai atama o kubi ni bura sagete michi de makareru yume o funtzuketeru bokura de fukuramaseta girigiri no sekai warete mo tsuburete mo ii kara sawaritai kagayaki ni. Toshi o totte wasurerareteku yaseta kareki ni Please Mr. Lostman hoshi ga suiteita Please Mr. Nejimagatta jidai nante kankeinai bokura wa deatta Please Mr. Lostman sore ga subete darou Please Mr. Contributed by cae <. Lostman (1997). Album by The Pillows.
After the release of 1997’s Please Mr. Lostman, the Pillows peaked at on the Oricon weekly chart, with each successive record peaking higher than the last, with the exception of Happy Bivouac. Their highest chart peak would not occur until 2009’s OOPArts, which appears to be the band’s most commercially successful record. January 22, 1997 on King Records. Singles: Strange Chameleon, Swanky Street, Trip Dancer, Kanojo wa Kyou. Chart Positions: (Oricon). Listeners familiar with the Pillows earliest work may note how different Please Mr. Lostman sounds from everything that came before it.
OOPArts (stylized as OOPARTS and named after Out-of-place artifacts) is the sixteenth album by The Pillows, released on October 14, 2009. The album marks the 20th anniversary of the band. Ameagari ni mita Maboroshi (Hybrid Rainbow After The Rain)".
|3||Moon Is Mine|
|9||Girls Don't Cry|
|10||Please Mr. Lostman|
- Bass – 鹿島達也*
- Drums – 佐藤シンイチロウ*
- Lead Guitar – 真鍋吉明*
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – 山中さわお*
- Piano – Kazuaki Kondo (tracks: 2, 8)
NotesPlease Mr. Lostman is an album released by The Pillows on January 22, 1997. After a series of successful singles, such as "Strange Chameleon" and "Swanky Street", it would become the band's breakthrough album. The record's title is a play on "Please Mr. Postman" by The Marvelettes.
|NAS-2038||The Pillows||Please Mr.Lostman (LP, Album, Ltd)||King Records||NAS-2038||Japan||2017|