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Shout out to Japan for showing us a lot of love for Teeko’s “Light Up The Darkness” album. I didn’t know that Tower Records still existed but we’re very happy to know that the album is currently being featured, along with Elzhi’s and Exile/Blu’s album. Hopefully we can setup Mellow Orange Japan Tour next year!  In the mean time get ur copy at near by hmv/tower.  Peace.

 

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One Response to HMV/Tower Records Japan

  1. Ryukyustriker

    Yup Tower Records still exist in Japan. Its like a landmark in Tokyo and other cities. Its strange…in this digital age record shops are almost gone,but not in Japan with Tsutaya and Tower Records. You can find more independent and underground stuff in those places still.

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