Show-Ya - HARD WAY mp3 album
Show-Ya (しょーや Shōya) is an all-female heavy metal/hard rock band from Japan, founded in 1981. The group disbanded in 1998, but reformed with the original line-up in 2005 for the 20th anniversary of their first release. The music of Show-Ya is deeply rooted in classic rock and they have covered songs from The Beatles, The Doors, The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and AC/DC in their albums and live shows.
Album Name Hard Way Tour 1991. Data de aparición 1991. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. Titles 3, 5 in Japanese.
Overview - Show-Ya's second album was recorded with less external pressure than their debut album Masquerade Show and presents only songs composed and arranged by the band. Show-Ya Golden Best is a compilation of songs and of the Japanese hard rock group Show-Ya. The collection was released in 2002 in Japan. Track listing - "Watashi Wa Arashi" - 4:04 - "Genkai Lovers" - 4:00 - "Sakebi" - 4:25 - "Ubaitore" - 4:00 - "Aisazu ni Irarenai - Still.
Album · 1995 · 30 Songs. Glamorous Show - Japanese Legendary Rock Covers. SHOW-YA Greatest (1985-1990).
SHOW-YA est un groupe féminin japonais de heavy metal, hard rock, créé en 1982, populaire au Japon dans les années 1980. SHOW-YA se reforme en 2005 avec le retour en son sein de Keiko Terada. Le groupe organise à plusieurs reprises depuis 1987 le festival pop-rock féminin Naon no Yaon. This Is My Way (1998) (mini-album). Hard Way Tour 1991 (1991). New Best Now 70 (1988). SHOW-YA Greatest 1985-1990 (1991). Back Fire - Complete Best (1992). SHOW-YA Twin Best (1996). SHOW-YA Golden Best (2002). SHOW-YA 20th Anniversary The Best (2005). Suteki Ni Dancing (Coke Is It), Au Revoir (Last Scene) (1985/08/31). Shidokenaku Emotion, You Can Dance (1986/02/01). One Way Heart, Love Sick (1986/08/22).
Ways is the third album of the Japanese rock group Show-Ya. The album was released on 3 September 1986 in Japan. All the songs were arranged by Tadashi Namba & Show-Ya. Despite being recorded only six months after their previous album Queendom, this album manifests a strong progression both in cohesiveness of the musicians and sound. In fact, the arrangements and compositions are tighter as the result of a real group effort, while the sound of the album is very similar to what could be heard at a Show-Ya's live show at that time
Show-Ya is an all female band and one of the best-selling Japanese metal bands in history, responsible in large part for the ladies' metal boom prominent in Japanese music present day. Name in Japanese: ショーヤ.