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I’m listening to Room Nr 382 for the very first time. Sadly, it’s not good. But it’s Miyavi. It gives me nostalgic feelings too. One year ago, last summer – summer of 2008 – I went to a concert with Miyavi here in Sweden, Stockholm. It was a great concert, but – and here’s the big but – a lot of time was spent on “the artist let his staff make the public sing songs whilst the artist can do something else” and “ the artist let the public listen to remixes ‘made by’ the DJ whilst the artist is busy somewhere else, not on the stage” .

The remixes. Yes, Room Nr 382 is a remix album. It’s too much remixes and too little song /good music if you ask me. It’s now, when I listen to this album for the very first time, when I realize what it was I was listening to and jumping and bouncing to in the concert hall one year ago. It’s Miyavi ft. Teddyloid. I do not recommend you to listen to this album (except for a couple of tracks). But I do recommend you to listen to Miyavi’s earlier albums. Go get them, now.

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