Normal people wouldn't be able to create the likes of "Chocolate Disco", Mojipittan, and "Invader Invader", right?
He's a genius
He actually is
He also did Mojipittan?
I thought he was just one of those so-called geniuses, but after hearing the song he made when he was 17, I realized that a genius does exist.
He's a genius to be honest
The current Shibuya-kei is Nakata's kingdom.
I got to know him from Mojipittan. But once I realized it, he suddenly went major with Perfume.
His songs are memorable
He's amazing for doing everything from composing to mastering
I'm sure that I'm not the only person who thinks that he's the most amazing person in J-POP
He's being made fun of by other composers, though.
His has a no-nonsense approach, which is why he's received well by the general public.
And Komuro whom Yasutaka Nakata regards as a genius really was amazing
This one was in the soundtrack
I like "Samurai Logic"
I do think he's amazing for doing everything all the way to mastering on Cubase
His lyrics are pretty good too
There are times when I want him to try doing simpler yet more convincing stuff, like children's songs
He hasn't dried up after all this time, then he really must be a genius
Is it true that he can even do up to mixing?
I like "Starry Sky Yeah! Remix".
He's not the one who did the mashup, though.
He doesn't need lyrics.
I just like the sound that he creates. The theme for the 1st season of Liar Game was right on the money.
No need for vocals.
Just keep on making instrumentals.
He made his debut 10 years ago, which means that his talent hasn't dried up at all.
He's amazing for lasting 10 years.
Honestly, there's nothing amazing about the 3 Perfume girls.
They're just human vocaloids.
He completely blossomed with "Tsukematsukeru".
Yasutaka is currently riding a wave.
I think that anything will sell well as long as he produces them
He may be bashed by those self-proclaimed music enthusiasts, but he's definitely a genius
I like his songs, but there are also a lot of times when I think that he goes overboard with his sound output pressure.
As for the units, I like COLTEMONIKHA best.
He used to be a kimo-wota when he was still a student
He'd sell a lot more if he made more songs that are bright and upbeat like those of Kyary Pamyu and Capsule.
I like his house-type songs, but the fact that he can write bright and futuristic songs is what's so good about him.
"Mirai no Museum" is the best.
"Sugarless GiRL" is the type of song you'd bring with you to a deserted island
MEG has a lot of unexpectedly good songs.
I would have wanted Perfume to do precious and OK.
To put it simply, he's on the same level as Daisuke Asakura.
He'll probably disappear soon.
I like this one
I like albums like CAPS LOCK which won't sell, but is stuffed with things that he likes
Feels like the evolved version of vocaloids
Never mind if it's good or bad. He who succeeds is in the right.
In the beginning, he was regarded as a copycat of French House.
The wind of the times just blew in his favor, with the likes of Gaga and Vocaloids becoming popular.
I was so surprised when he was used in a House CM
I like "Starry Sky"
But I'm not too fond of the way he's trying to do everything for profits.
He should make more of the songs that he really wants to do.
Uchuu Elevator's intro is the only one that I really remember
I like "One Room Disco"
I heard him talking at some interview once, and his voice was so low and nasal. He made the right choice by not singing his own songs.
I like "Ninja Re Bang Bang"
Sorry. He was a really candid person.
But even while talking to me, he was all lovey-dovey with the woman he was with
The arrangement he did for Ringo Sheena was horrible, though
Please come out with a Yasutaka Mix CD