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9th Jun '14 8:23:26 AM Willbyr
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They are known for their melodious and atmospheric acoustic pieces, with influences from jazz, classical and Latin-American music. Their work, largely driven by Akioka's distinct, highly melodic pandolim-playing, can be heard throughout the animated versions of ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' and ''YokohamaKaidashiKikou'', adding greatly to their soft, romantic mood. They also worked together with Senoo and SONOROUS for several compositions in those series.

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They are known for their melodious and atmospheric acoustic pieces, with influences from jazz, classical and Latin-American music. Their work, largely driven by Akioka's distinct, highly melodic pandolim-playing, can be heard throughout the animated versions of ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' and ''YokohamaKaidashiKikou'', ''Manga/YokohamaKaidashiKikou'', adding greatly to their soft, romantic mood. They also worked together with Senoo and SONOROUS for several compositions in those series.series.
28th Oct '11 6:45:22 AM Dentaku
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They are known for their melodious and atmospheric acoustic pieces, with influences from jazz, classical and Latin-American music. Their work, largely driven by Akioka's distinct, highly melodic pandolim-playing, can be heard throughout the animated versions of ''{{ARIA}}'' and ''YokohamaKaidashiKikou'', adding greatly to their soft, romantic mood. They also worked together with Senoo and SONOROUS for several compositions in those series.

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They are known for their melodious and atmospheric acoustic pieces, with influences from jazz, classical and Latin-American music. Their work, largely driven by Akioka's distinct, highly melodic pandolim-playing, can be heard throughout the animated versions of ''{{ARIA}}'' ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' and ''YokohamaKaidashiKikou'', adding greatly to their soft, romantic mood. They also worked together with Senoo and SONOROUS for several compositions in those series.
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