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Thought I should share the link here since this place hasn't been updated all that much >>.

His latest posts have to do with his upcoming activities with the Slut Banks.

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TUSK (vocals)
KEN (guitar)
SEIICHI (bass)
YUKIHIRO (drums)
 

Released: 1989
Label: Extasy Records/Ghost Disk
Catalogue number: ????
Format: Single-sided 7" flexi

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LIVE 1989 PERFORMANCE OF "TERO" AT CLUB CITTA
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Distributed by Zi:Kill during a gig in August of 1989. This track was re-released on the album Close Dance (1990). Once again this is not ripped from the flexi disc.

A/N: You can find the live performance on YouTube. I have posted a download of it due to the fact that it might not be there for ever as well as for the sake of putting it in my personal archive. You can watch it here.

TUSK (vocals)
KEN (guitar)
SEIICHI (bass)
YUKIHIRO (drums)
 

Released: 1989
Label: Extasy Records/Ghost Disk
Catalogue number: E-8377
Format: Single-sided 7" flexi

(DOWNLOAD)

Sadly this is not the actual rip from the flexi disc. However, it is noted that the audio from the flexi is the same as the one that is on the album Shin sekai ~REAL OF THE WORLD~ (1989). The song was distributed for free during a gig in March of 1989. Enjoy!


TUSK (vocals)
KEN (guitar)
SEIICHI (bass)
YUKIHIRO (drums)


Released: 1989
Label: Extasy Records/Ghost Disk
Catalogue number: E-8456
Format: Single-sided 7" flexi
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Rare version of the song “LAST THIS TIME” which was rerecorded on the album “Close Dance”. This rip of the song is from the actual copy of the flexi-disc the band passed out during a 1989 gig.

A/N: Much thanks goes out to habitofsex for ripping this rare piece of music.



1. Bad Man [MF]

2. CALLING [MF]

3. I LOVE CAT [MF]

4. ROCKET [MF]

5. ナニモイラナイ(Nanimo iranai) [MF]

 
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---- Library Journal summary taken from Amazon.com


Tusk and Zi:Kill are written about in this book. These are the scans from that chapter.
 
05.15.11 - Welcome!!
Uruha


Firstly, I would like to welcome all to Zi:Kill and Itaya Yuu.
Post anything you want here as long as its related to those two things: Zi:Kill or Itaya Yuu (Tusk)

In a another community that I maintain, I did a brief profile on Tusk. Please feel free to check it out ^-^
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