Poor Japanese Music Seen in SL

Shanadoo is a Japanese Eurodance group produced in Germany. An element of Drum’n’Bass is adopted in their music, but there is not popularity so in Japan. Why is it? A Japanese wrote it with his blog.

Primarily the high-speed break beet music does not fit Japanese.

Japanese is poor at getting on rhythm.

Because Japanese got used to Japanese Bon festival dance and Japanese folk song, they are not suitable for dance music.

In other words most Japanese rhythm senses are monotonous.

SHANADOO (JP)

ドラムンベースが日本でイマイチ受けなかった理由

そもそも高速ブレイクビーツ音楽は日本人に合わない。

日本人はリズムに乗るのがヘタである。

また盆踊り、民謡に慣れ親しんできた民族なのでダンスミュージックに向いていない。

要するにリズムに乗ることがヘタ。

I feel considerable sense of incongruity for the dance club in Japanese SL.

Therefore music 30 years ago is played.

I don’t have a sense to dance to the music that was popular before I am born.

The Japanese dance music of that time is very poor.

I support a group such as Shanadoo.

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