Surf Bungaku Kamakura Album

Asian Kung-Fu Generation

About Surf Bungaku Kamakura

Surf Bungaku Kamakura (サーフ ブンガク カマクラ, Sāfu Bungaku Kamakura) is the fifth studio album released by the Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation, released on November 5, 2008. The album peaked at the second position on both the Oricon charts and Billboard Japan as well as at number eighteen on the World Chart. Its lead single, "Fujisawa Loser" managed to peak at number five on the Japan Hot 100 and at the number six spot on Oricon. The album's tracks are named after notable stops along the famous Enoshima Electric Railway in order starting from Fujisawa and ending with Kamakura. Additionally, it includes the three b-sides "Enoshima Escar," "Yuigahama Kite," and "Kugenama Surf" released over the past two years within "Korogaru Iwa, Kimi ni Asa ga Furu," "After Dark," and "Aru Machi no Gunjō" respectively. In promotion of the conceptual album, on November 9, the band held an exclusive live concert within an undisclosed location in Kamakura. 


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