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“After Naho joined, the calm atmosphere, the soft, funny feeling has moved to the background, and now the tight, sharp, solid feel has come out to the front.” – Nagai
Fans of Budo Grape began falling in love with their upbeat, fun sound ever since their debut back in 2001 amidst the Japanese underground scene. They’re only gripe has been the several years waiting for a new album. That wait came to an end on April 25 with the release of “Kare no Namae wo Omoidasenai” and we expect that their fans will be as thrilled with the results as we were.
Now joined by Naho (and her official band member name of “74 Grape”) this new version of Budo Grape shows every sign of playing on happily into the future.
On May 14, 2012 Nagai and Quminco from Budo Grape were kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. Budo Grape Interview
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