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November 03, 2005

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ibeam

Wow. Good stuff. And i like the CHINESE ROCKS reference. LONG LIVE JOHNNY THUNDERS!

ibeam

Sorry for the 2nd post.

Zuoxiao Zuzhou looks like the singer from the band YAT-KHA.

Renaud SARTI

There is also a Second Hand Rose Band in Austin, TX:
http://www.secondhandroseband.com/index.html
(One supposes that they are quite different from the Chinese band?)
The Chinese band's Track no. 7 MP3 is formidable!! They are not famous everywhere? WHY?

elert

It appears as if the ID3 tags weren't encoded correctly. Instead of Chinese characters I'm getting stuff like ÒòΪËùÒÔ and ’p€∏πA€Í°£¥@®`. What are the names of the tracks and how do you write Gayamyan in Chinese?

WmMBerger

I provided the English titles in any case where I had them myself.
Many of those mp3s were swapped peer-to-peer as is, and the Chinese characters (which must have been entered in the tags at some earlier point) do not display correctly. Wish I had more info; I am not a translator or writer of Chinese languages—just a music fan.

Leptossomico

I'm searching for complete albuns (mp3) from Second Hand Rose Band... Where I can find it?

WmMBerger

Leptossomico, I wish that I could help you find these CDs. My copies are downloads from the slsk peer-to-peer file-sharing community:

http://www.slsknet.org/

I already searched YesAsia, and was unable to find any for sale:

http://us.yesasia.com/en/index.aspx

Good luck!

china howto

You really know well about chinese rocks!
I really want to know more about that.

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