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Takeshi Itoh - Scare Headline album mp3
  • Performer:
    Takeshi Itoh
  • Title:
    Scare Headline
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    1792 megabytes
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    1913 megabytes
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Ito ‎– Scare Headline. Label: EastWest ‎– AMCM-4293. Electronic Wind Instrument – Takeshi ". Ito Electronic Wind Instrument, Shaker, Backing Vocals, Sequenced By – Norihito SumitomoGuitar – Eiji YamaguchiProducer, Composed By – Norihito Sumitomo. 4. Phat Kat. Alto Saxophone – Takeshi ". Ito Backing Vocals – Yōko Reddy Akama Composed By – Philippe SaisseGuitar – Eiji YamaguchiGuitar – Takefumi "Johnny" Kanaya Producer – Norihito SumitomoSopranino Saxophone, Backing Vocals, Sequenced By – Norihito SumitomoViola – Masami MiyasakaViolin – Yae Nishikawa

Takeshi Itoh (伊東たけし Itō Takeshi) (born 15 March 1954 in Japan), nicknamed ". by fans, (possibly because of his 1988 Solo Album, which is also titled ". ), is a Japanese Saxophonist, EWIst, Lyricist, Keyboardist and flautist and currently serves as saxophonist of the band T-Square. Itoh was the original saxophonist of T-Square from 1978 until 1990 when he left the band due to several problems. He was replaced by Masato Honda who is now pursuing his solo career. Itoh returned to the band in 2000 and become a full-time member of the band with the leader, Masahiro Andoh as guitarist. Itoh and Andoh are the only original members of The Square/T-Square since its formation in 1978. Itoh and Andoh are only the members of T-Square when they lost all the original members and have supporting members from 2000-2002.

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Headline News is the seventh and last studio album by British rock band Atomic Rooster. It has been released on CD several times: firstly in 1994 on Voiceprint, secondly in 1997 on Blueprint and in 2002 on Eagle. In 2004 it was repackaged by Dutch label MCP as Future Shock. In addition, in 2005 the German Ambitions/Membran International label packaged it alongside The First Ten Explosive Years as a two-disc set entitled Rebel with a Clause.

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Takeshi Itoh - Primary Artist