Razzle Dazzle Track List

Before all of you resort to Google translate. A translated track list for Razzle Dazzle.

01. Razzle Dazzle Fragile (Imai)
02. Razzle Dazzle (Imai/Imai)
03. Crazy Deadheat (Sakurai/Hoshino)
04. Beauty, the Stage is Yours -RIP- (Imai/Imai)
05. Like a Leaf Beetle (Imai/Imai)
06. Mystery Moon -Feast of the Mystery Moon- (Sakurai/Hoshino)
07. BOLERO (Imai/Imai)
08. Django!!! -Dazzle Django- (Imai/Imai)
09. Lunatic Baby (Sakurai/Imai)
10. PIXY (Sakurai/Hoshino)
11. Kiss -Serial Thrill Kisser- (Sakurai/Imai)
12. Queen of the Night (Sakurai/Imai)
13. Reverie (Sakurai/Hoshino)
14. TANGO Swanka (Sakurai-Imai/Imai)
15. Solaris (Sakurai/Imai)

There are a lot of references in these titles, but it's hard to know the intended meaning without actually listening to the songs...so let's all wait and see, shall we.

As an added bonus, "Queen of the Night" will be featured as the new ending theme for the Shiki anime. A wise choise, considering that the current ending theme, while a pleasing song in its own right, has approximately nothing to do with the content of the series.

Oh, and the album artwork has been released. It should excite you, if miniature pixelated icons turn you on.


  1. for some reason queen of the night just makes me think of Whitney Houston. O_O

    Thank you for the tracklist translation! <3 These look awesome. O_O

  2. How'd you get all this? Great news. The titles are kinda weird. I still expect a album with alot of disco / dance-like / pop hits.

    But where is the artwork?

  3. The Queen of the Night is one of the main characters in Mozart's opera The Magic Flute, famous for having to sing one of the highest and most difficult soprano arias known to man.

    The album artwork is on the band's official website.

  4. Im kinda puzzled, the last single Kuchizuke offered straight Goth songs, which leads to the conclusion that there is a certain chance that this album is Goth, but when you take a look at the titles of each individual song from Razzle Dazzle, it would not make alot of sense. Cayce, what do you think?

  5. I think I'm going to write a post about goth music as it relates to B-T, but I haven't had time yet. Goth is much less about wearing black clothes and much more about an international underground culture, a rich body of artistic work of various genres, and most importantly (in my opinion) a worldview.

    Many if not most of Buck-Tick's original influences, especially Bauhaus and The Cure, were part of the first-wave goth movement, and the B-T album that comes closest to the original goth sound is definitely Kurutta Taiyou, not 13kai wa Gekkou.

    I would also say, you can't judge a song by its title. More later.


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