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  • To LOVE-Ru depicts Rito's daily struggles with the bizarre chaos that begins upon the arrival of Lala. With an evergrowing legion of swooning beauties that continuously foil his attempted confessions to Haruna, To LOVE-Ru is a romantic comedy full of slapstick humor, sexy girls, and outlandishly lewd moments that defy the laws of physics.
  • "Love Dub (Refix)"/"Love Dub" are variations on a sparse vocalized breakish affair ondulating with a sparkling sense of dub indeed (the latter announcing genre-crossing deephouse-based tunes like Dorisburg's "Mima" released over a year later), whereas "Narst" is a more pressurizing, dramatically-strings-enhanced deep ravey journey, where the /5(82).
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  • Feb 03,  · The fast paced tune “Feelings” evokes happy party feelings! The lightweight “I Love Me” tells the universal message to accept yourself. “Hold Us” portrays a fiery band scintillating positivism & self awareness. Wicked Bassline. An absolute gem on this set is the title track “Peace, Love & Dub” with everything in the right place.
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  • When Narst / Love Dub finally landed in June of , it proved to be a breakout record. Both sides got hammered on the radio and were staples at parties like FWD and Cooly G's night, The Producer's House. Campbell went from being the girl standing by the bassbins at clubs in Brixton to playing up-and-down the UK and beyond.
  • To Love Ru (Japanese: TO LOVE ( とらぶ ) る, Hepburn: Toraburu) is a Japanese manga series written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, creator of Black xychensempnosubpe.cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.co manga was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from April to August , and the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes. The title, Toraburu (とらぶる), is the English .