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98.12.28 Otokotachi No Wakare (album) by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans]

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98.12.28 Otokotachi No Wakare
98.12.28 Otokotachi No Wakare by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] (1999)
Overall rank: 633rd   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
88/100 (from 138 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1999 (18th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (131st)
Award Top 1,000 albums of all time (633rd)

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フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] bestography

98.12.28 Otokotachi No Wakare is ranked 2nd best out of 11 albums by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] is Long Season which is ranked number 534 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 4,950.

フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] album bestography « Higher ranked (534th) This album (633rd) Lower ranked (4,440th) »
Long Season98.12.28 Otokotachi No WakareUchū Nippon Setagaya

Members who like this album also like: OK Computer by Radiohead, Long Season by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] and Kid A by Radiohead.

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From arthur237 37 hours ago
wow. almost like a pop version of endtroducing. there isn't really a weak track on here and my god there are some wonderful moment such as,the awesome guitar solos throughout, the violins which send you into the stratosphere on the track 'on the flight'and those wave interlapping serving guitar notes on in the air. a great album and one that really grows. this album isn't simply a romantic 'oh the leader singer died 3 months later which makes it moving. the music really is great and worth persisting with.
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A good live album, that my rating of would probably increase with multiple listens. The instrumentals are generally reasonably interesting and there is nothing to criticise in terms of musicality and songwriting, but my god do the vocals grate on me after a while. Admittedly it is a language I don't understand, and i like to listen to lyrics and I listened to full two hours in one sitting, so my impression is probably slightly exaggerated. But yeah, I find the voice of the singer just damn annoying, sorry folks.
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From Anti
The last time I was this floored by an album on my first listen was when TPAB came out. MBDTF and TPAB were the only other albums to make me give a perfect score on first listen. I didn't think I would ever feel this feeling again, but Fishmans did it. This masterpiece is joining the crowd.

What a masterful performance. You can hear the sincerity in the band, especially on the stellar live rendition of Long Season in its entirety. True musicianship. I'm studying for my acute cardiovascular exam as I type this comment and I almost shed tears in the library from the beauty of this live album.

If I'm ever asked "If you can go to any concert ever, in the history of time, what concert would you go to?" My answer would be this one.
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So beautifully produced and meaningful when you consider it's the last time Shinji Sato performed live.

All the tracks are amazing, but I always love hearing Shinji sing 'Thankyou, thankyou for my life'

Beautiful album that I will come back to many times over the years to come
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Unbelievably dense album, simply beautiful.
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This is the greatest live album ever recorded, and I used to think that Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York was unbeatable. Most of the songs on here are superior to their studio counterparts, especially Long Season. The album never feels boring, despite its length. What I like the most about this one is the fact that you don't have to understand Japanese in order to enjoy it. This is truly a remarkable achievement, full of overwhelming atmosphere and beauty. It's about time this talented band is getting more recognition, because they totally deserve all the praise.
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One of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard.
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Extremadamente sobrevalorado.

Sí, es bueno, pero la mayoría lo alaba como si fuese una obra maestra. En mi opinión, le falta peso.
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Honestly better than Long Season, like it literally contains Long Season as it's a live record but with so much more. So much more beauty, so much more quality. Probably the greatest live recording ever for me.
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