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American Music

by Yasufumi
(Fujimino, Saitama, Japan)

I like listening to music and I really like American music. My favorite musicians are the All-American Rejects, Fall Out Boy, Boys like Girls, and so on. When I was in high school, I started listening to American music.

This is because a friend of mine recommended me. I think their music is very nice. If you don't listen to it, you should listen to their music right now!

But I think most Japanese people don't know American music well and what they did. I'm very sad. Some American artists gave donations to Japan when the Tohoku earthquake occurred.

I hope most Japanese people will know about it and get to like their music. Thank you for reading.

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