24.2.17

Buck-Tick Quiz

Are you a newcomer to Buck-Tickistan, still working your way through Buck-Tick's vast discography? Are you a long-time fan who got hung up on one particular album and haven't listened to the others in a while? Are you using Buck-Tick lyrics to brush up on your Japanese skills? Do you simply really like taking online quizzes? Well, friends, you will probably enjoy this Buck-Tick discography quiz

For those of you who don't read Japanese, there are three quiz options, listed in order (the three blue buttons in the middle of the page).

Option 1: quiz yourself on Buck-Tick's popular hits!
Option 2: quiz yourself on Buck-Tick's b-sides and album tracks!
Option 3: quiz yourself on 162 possible Buck-Tick songs...this one is sudden death style, so if you make a miss take, it's game over!

Make sure you adjust the volume of your speakers before playing this game, because the volume is quite loud. Most of the song titles are written in Japanese, and some are only partial, so this is a great way to quiz yourself on kanji titles while enjoying the enchanting voice of Mr. Sakurai in bite-sized pieces. Even if you find this quiz to be a piece of cake, it will surely inspire you to go back and listen to all the albums you haven't listened to in a while.

12 comments:

  1. I finished the 160 questions, and now it becomes 162 questions?

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    1. I clicked on the link again, this time it was 158

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  2. Nice! Who made this quiz?
    I think they should have included at least like 8 answer options, that would make it more interesting ;)

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  3. The quality of the audio clips are really good, lol. I wish my copies were this good XD

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  4. Did the first 2, failed at One Night Ballet lol. Shows who hasn't been listening to early B-T enough. Thank you for these, great motivation to go back ^^

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  5. What is Sakurai Atsushi saying at 2:38 and between 2:54 & 3:04?

    https://youtu.be/jJfKQnT-R7E



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    1. He says, in English, "Oh my Mother!" and then, in Japanese, 「愛してくれるか?」, which means "will you love me?"

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    2. For those of you who just became fans of Buck-Tick yesterday, Sakurai wrote "Jupiter" as a requiem for his mother, who had recently died.

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  6. And also at the end?

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    1. He says "thank you mother" in English.

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  7. Ah! Did the 3rd one, got up to 30 and the katakana for Lily tripped me up.

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