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Seeing Japanese Speaking hide Fan for Music Recording

From: Gabriel S.
Sent on: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:33 PM
I have a band
> called The Bleeder Project and it's been heavily influenced by
> J-Rock and Visual Kei. I've actually even performed on the same
> bill as Glay and Dir en Grey, at the Fillmore before. I am just
> finishing a new CD that will feature a song written by hide.
> His publishing company has given me full rights and permission
> to record and release the song. It includes an intro that I
> need a japanese speaking person to translate what the original
> recording says and then record a new version that is slightly
> different to suit my version of the song. I already have a general
> idea of what it says  but want to be specific. Most ideally since
> I'm going to double it with a male radio announcer voice, it
> would be a female voice but that is not entirely necessary, if
> any guys are into it that's fine too.
> The song is from hide's
> band Zilch and the song is "Electric Cucumber".
> If anyone is interested in being part of this please contact me asap
> And in all honesty if there
> are any Visual Kei musicians or singers that might be interested in
> possibly joining my live show I'd like to talk to you too.
> I can be reached at [address removed] for anyone interested.
> info on my band "The Bleeder Project" is
>"Electric Cucumber" can be found easily online. If interested please respond with your translation of the "tv announcer type voice in the intro to the song" and if you've ever done any recording before and if you think you'd be able to imitate that type of "pop idol/TV announcer" type personality.
> Thanks
> Sincerely
> Gabriel Scott

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