YMMV / Anamanaguchi

  • Crazy Awesome: The very idea behind the band counts as this. Also, this acoustic version of their song. As we know, real men play pink guitars with no straps.
    • This video, and the idea alone counts. Launching a pizza slice into space!? That's idiotic, psychotic, questionable, and awesome all at the same time.
  • Dye Hard: Ary Warnaar, the guitarist.
  • Ear Worm: Whether this is one of their more enjoyable or irritating traits, their songs are known to get stuck in your head.
  • Ending Fatigue: "Aurora (Meet Me In The Stars)" (5:44) and "Mermaid" (8:00) if you don't consider them Epic Rocking.
  • Even Better Sequel: Dawn Metropolis and Power Supply are good albums with memorable tunes, they did get a bit repetitive after a while. Endless Fantasy, being a double album with vastly increased production, changing things up with C64, SNES, and Sega Genesis instruments, and the occasional vocal track, making it their most respected work to date.
  • Most Wonderful Sound: When you first hear the singing in Japan Air, you'll wonder why they've not had lyrics already.
  • Older Than They Think: While the band is definitely a pioneer of the Chiptune Rock thing, if you think they were the first The Protomen and Horse The Band would like to have a word with you.
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: Their song, "Pastel Flags," sounds a lot like Nelly's "Dilemma"
  • Sweet Dreams Fuel: All of it. Japan Air from Endless Fantasy takes this Up to 11.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: Their songs usually have an upbeat tempo, and are almost always extremely happy.