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18th Apr '15 8:42:48 PM nombretomado
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The Seatbelts basically disbanded once the ''CowboyBebop'' franchise ended, but some members have gone on to work with Kanno or each other on other projects.

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The Seatbelts basically disbanded once the ''CowboyBebop'' ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' franchise ended, but some members have gone on to work with Kanno or each other on other projects.
18th Apr '15 3:06:26 AM PhysicalStamina
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* CommonTime: Averted in some songs like "7minutes".


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24th Feb '15 2:52:07 PM WillKeaton
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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, New York and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current Music/NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (Music/MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (Music/MilesDavis, Music/CharlesMingus, Max Roach).

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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, New York and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], here,]] courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current Music/NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (Music/MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (Music/MilesDavis, Music/CharlesMingus, Max Roach).
27th Dec '14 1:20:06 PM Patachou
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The Seatbelts were a band formed and fronted by YokoKanno for the purpose of recording the ''CowboyBebop'' soundtrack. They were less of a "band" in the strict sense of the term, and rather a DreamTeam of musicians assembled specifically for the project (much like ThisMortalCoil or {{UNKLE}}).

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The Seatbelts were a band formed and fronted by YokoKanno for the purpose of recording the ''CowboyBebop'' ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' soundtrack. They were less of a "band" in the strict sense of the term, and rather a DreamTeam of musicians assembled specifically for the project (much like ThisMortalCoil Music/ThisMortalCoil or {{UNKLE}}).
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27th Dec '14 1:19:34 PM Patachou
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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, New York and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current Music/NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (Music/MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (Music/MilesDavis, Charles Mingus, Max Roach).

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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, New York and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current Music/NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (Music/MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (Music/MilesDavis, Charles Mingus, Music/CharlesMingus, Max Roach).
5th Oct '14 3:40:27 AM m8e
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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, [=Country=], straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Musi{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.

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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, [=Country=], straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Musi{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.
1st Mar '13 10:40:12 PM JIKTV
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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, NewYork and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (MilesDavis, CharlesMingus, MaxRoach).

The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Musi{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.

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The musicians of The Seatbelts were recruited from Japan, NewYork New York and Paris, not including guest vocalists. If you want a full list, it's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seatbelts#Musicians_of_The_Seatbelts over here]], courtesy TheOtherWiki. Notable musicians that contributed to The Seatbelts include: current NewYorkDolls Music/NewYorkDolls guitarist Steve Conte, jazz drummers Bill Stewart and Al Foster (MilesDavis), (Music/MilesDavis), Return To Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and saxophonist Gary Bartz (MilesDavis, CharlesMingus, MaxRoach).

(Music/MilesDavis, Charles Mingus, Max Roach).

The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, [=Country=], straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Musi{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.
30th Jun '12 7:01:08 PM djbj
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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Music/{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.

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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, straightforward RockAndRoll and Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Music/{{Instrumentals}}, Musi{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.
21st Jun '12 2:22:13 PM mlsmithca
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* ''Cowboy Bebop [[ThisIsSparta Tank! THE! BEST!]]'' (2004) - GreatestHitsAlbum

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* ''Cowboy Bebop [[ThisIsSparta [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Tank! THE! BEST!]]'' (2004) - GreatestHitsAlbum
21st Feb '12 11:23:25 PM nombretomado
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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, straightforward RockAndRoll and HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Music/{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.

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The band's style is pretty much textbook NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly, ranging from all sorts of {{Jazz}} to {{Blues}}, BluesRock, {{Country}}, straightforward RockAndRoll and HeavyMetal, Music/HeavyMetal, {{Funk}}, ElectronicMusic, {{Pop}}, pounding {{Techno}} and ballads. The main distinctive trait of their material is its [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome total awesomeness]]. A large majority of it is made up of Music/{{Instrumentals}}, but there are more than a few tunes with vocals performed by guest vocalists - the most frequent used of these being Steve Conte and Mai Yamane.
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