[kj] OT: GitoGito Hustler

iPat pmdavies at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 10:25:59 EST 2005

what was the name of the all girl japanese band that featured in Kill Bill2?

On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 14:19:45 -0600, Jiri <unspeakable at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Anyone ever see/hear of GitoGito Hustler? My friend unintentionally saw
> them last night as part of a three-act lineup that I sadly missed. He
> said they came on last: "Suddenly four, tiny Japanese women are on
> stage, and they barely speak English, and they say 'we don't have the
> English much, but we like rock n' roll. You ready to rock n' roll?
> Yeahh, we like beer!' We were all in awe," my friend said. "They were
> great, played hard, tight, very energetic. Had no idea what they were
> saying but I had a silly grin on my face the whole time."
> Perhaps he was thrilled partly by the "Engrish" novelty of it, but it
> sounded like it was a trip. And as their website promises: "Please
> listen to the music of GitoGito Hustler. Everyone will become a very
> fortunate feeling. You will think that you wanted to meet early more
> certainly."
> Indeed.
> http://gghgghggh.eco.to/english1.html
> >
> >
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