I love UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ’s cover of the Filipino song Narda by Kamikazee.  It’s very energetic and cool; a posh version of the original.  I must also say that Angel-Taka looks very sexy in the music video, even with the pink hair.  Watch for youself.

Rating for Cover: 😀 😀 😀 😀 (4 out 5 grins)

Uploaded by: ramon torres

Curious about how the original song goes?  Watch and listen at the video below.

Rating for Original:  😀 😀 😀 😀 🙂 (4 & 1/2 out of 5 grins)

Uploaded by: Jay Ferrer

Since UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ started covering Filipino songs, they have been featured in some news programs in the Philippines.  I’m not familiar with the particular news program below, but I don’t really care.  I’m just excited that it featured UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ.  The video below shows the original band, Kamikazee, praising UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ for giving justice to Narda.

Uploaded by:  Hiroko Kazama

Which version do you like  better?  Many thanks to ramon torresJay Ferrer, and Hiroko Kazama for uploading the videos.

UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ Official Website (Japanese)
UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ Official Website (English)
UCHUSENTAI: NOIZ Official (English)
Kamikazee Official Facebook (Tagalog)

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Published by Arria Cross

Blogger at fujinsei.com since 2014. Currently a webnovelist. Check out my work "His Genius is a Superstar".

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    1. I’m not usually a big fan of visual kei bands like them, unless they’re very good. I just discovered this band earlier this year, and instantly became a fan. Thanks for visiting!


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