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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 17

Near Me The song “Nyami” first appeared in STEREOPONY’s debut single Hitohira no Hanabira. The concept of the song is a very close friendship that makes people’s lives come alive. The song is about a girl’s view towards friendship and love with her male friend. She asks if it is ok to simply act all cool and not to be …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 16

My Mistake The song “My Mistake” first appeared in Stereopony’s first album, Hydrangea ga Saiteiru A love that seems to be ending, “My Mistake” is a song that talks about the distance between people and what holds them back from love. People in the modern world are as close as they are apart — they can take a train to …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 15

VIVA La Viva LA The song “Viva La Viva La” first appeared in Stereopony’s third album More! More!! More!!! “Viva La Viva La” is a song that sets the mood almost immediately on dance mode. A song that is full of a strong identity that shakes up the system and a perception that works to make everyday things, something like …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 14

OVER THE BORDER The song “OVER THE BORDER” first appeared in Stereopony’s second album by the same name OVER THE BORDER. A song about different things that transcend the gaps of culture, language, race, age, or any of the limitations. If one believes that they can go and look beyond these barriers they can surely achieve a lot more. A …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 13

Heart Breaking Love Story The song “Amaryllis” first appears in Stereopony’s third album More! More!! More!!! The title of the song says a lot about the song. An amaryllis is a bright red flower that has Greek mythology attached to it. Amaryllis was the name of a nymph who was in love with Alteo, a shepherd who was very strong …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 12

Tokai no Mori “Tokai no Mori” means Urban Forest. It first appeared in the first album Hydrangea ga Saiteiru. The song is about the modern world we live in. Every place seems to be a labyrinth of buildings and people, where one loses their way very quickly. Even if you meet people, you break away from them, the people you …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 11

Otomegokoro Hey Hey Hey “Otomegokoro Hey Hey Hey” means “a girl’s mind hey hey hey.” This song is about a young woman’s mind. The song, written and composed by AIMI, talks about the thoughts of the youth and the confused state they are in as they figure out their world. A girl has a lot of experiences and falls in …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 10

Akashi The word “Akashi” means Proof. The song was originally written and performed by ZONE. A song about a confusion, loss of direction and loneliness. When one is clouded by doubts and one is tired of feeling all the painful feelings that make you tired of doing anything, even sceaming, but you don’t know how much more painful it could …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 9

Tatoeba Utaenakunattara “Tatoeba Utaenakunattara” means “If you could not sing.” A very thought provoking composition sung with a lot of feeling. A song about all the things that really matter in our life and their presence in this moment. We have a lot of dreams, and life happens in such a way that at times, these dreams spin things 360 …

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Stereopony Song of the Week, Week 8

Please Don’t Cry “Nakanaide” means “please don’t cry.” It is a song sung to a loved one who is feeling very down. When a loved one is hurt and too far away to reach physically, picking up the phone and reaching out to help is the only way. Giving your happiness to that person in exchange for their sadness and …

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