1. OPENING 2. B・BLUE 3. ROXY 4. RUNAWAY TRAIN 5. WILD AT NIGHT 6. JUSTY 7. CLAUDIA 8. LONGER THAN FOREVER 9. BLUE VACATION 10. B・E・L・I・E・V・E 11. WELCOME TO THE TWILIGHT 12. MEMORY 13. ROUGE OF GRAY 14. WEEKEND SHUFFLE 15. NATIVE STRANGER 16. WILD ROMANCE 17. EMPHATIC LINE(featuring DAITA) 18. DOWN TOWN SHUFFLE
1. VIRUS 2. LOVE SHAKER 3. GIRLS BE GLAMOROUS 4. TO THE HIGHWAY 5. DOWN TOWN SHUFFLE 6. BEAT SWEET 7. RENDEZ-VOUS 8. ONLY YOU 9. IMAGE DOWN 10. GONNA BE ROGUE? 11. ANGEL2003 12. MARIONETTE 13. DREAMIN’ 14. NO.NEW YORK
It finally revived than dissolution for ten years. I thought it to be unrealizable by the death of HIDE, but I make full use of imaging technique and think that what was able to revive in Tokyo Dome is splendid. It is "ARTOFLIFE" of my favorite song from the revival first sunrise of the year LIVE. I appear in HIDE.
Because March 19 was his anniversary of a death, I improved again. Randy Rhoads is the greatest super-guitarist for me. It dies of that unexpected accident and 25 years already. However, his play doesn't have what fades away through all eternity. Randall William "Randy" Rhoads (December 6, 1956 – March 19, 1982) was an American heavy metal guitarist who is best known for playing with Ozzy Osbourne. Despite his short career, he is cited as an influence by many contemporary heavy metal guitarists. A devoted student of classical guitar, Rhoads often combined his classical music influences with his own heavy metal style. While on tour with Ozzy Osbourne, he would often seek out classical guitar tutors for lessons.
Early life Rhoads was born on December 6, 1956 at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, California. He was the youngest of three children. His older brother, Doug, is a drummer who goes by the name of Kelle Rhoads. His sister's name is Kathy.
When Randy was 17 months old, his father, William Arthur Rhoads, left his mother, Delores Rhoads, and the three children. Mrs. Rhoads has owned and operated the Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, California since 1949. Rhoads started playing guitar at age 7 on his grandfather's old Gibson "Army-Navy" classical acoustic guitar. According to Rhoads's mother, he learned to play folk guitar, which was a popular way to learn guitar at the time, although he did not take lessons for very long. Rhoads was always evolving toward a hard rock/metal lead guitar style, but he was heavily influenced by classical music as well. This can be heard on tracks like "Dee" (an instrumental he named for his mother Delores), "Mr. Crowley", "Diary of a Madman", "Crazy Train" and "Revelation (Mother Earth).