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Hula Hooper is a collective formed in August of 2007 and composed by Takeyuki Hakozaki on the instruments and electronics and by Naomile on the vocals and electronics. Naomile is well known in Japan for singing covers in a similar fashion to Nouvelle Vague (eg. The Clash's "I fought the law"). The band considers impressionism to be an important influence on their music, and that becomes clear instantly on Toushi Zuhou EP because of their rehash of several musical genres.
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- Session 2 - (3:09) - 9 plays
- Session 3 - (3:15) - 7 plays
- Session 1 - (6:01) - 6 plays
- Session 0 - (6:09) - 7 plays
- evening song - (5:32) - 3 plays
- Respiration 1 - (8:27) - 2 plays
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