, "Mothra" released as a promotional maxi single in 1992. And, the lyrics match up with the music quite nicely. Enjoy. Mothra's songs and prayers are used by both Mothra's twin priestesses and by those who worship Mothra. Mothra vs. Godzilla. , As is the case with most Godflesh songs, "Mothra" was recorded with a drum machine, which, according to Shawn Macomber of Decibel, "really hammers the [Steve] Albini vibe" in allusion to the band Big Black.  He also wrote that the song is "the sound of rock taken to its bleakest and slowest extremes". A typhoon washes ashore a giant egg. It was taken from their 1992 album Pure and saw release as a radio promo and music video in the same year. 1964 ‘モスラ対ゴジラ’ Directed by Ishirō Honda. This page was last edited on 23 November 2019, at 10:02. https://wikizilla.org/w/index.php?title=Mothra%27s_Song_(Ebirah,_Horror_of_the_Deep)&oldid=150527. "Mothra's Song" (モスラの歌 Mosura no Uta) is a song composed by Yuji Koseki for the 1961 Toho film Mothra. Hana ga hiraku yō ni Mosura 目をさまして モスラ This song is played when Mothra is coming out of her cocoon, & it fits the scene perfectly. "Mothra" is a song by the English industrial metal band Godflesh. Mothra is a giant monster created by Toho. Min'na matte iru no Punch! "Mothra", the second track on 1992's Pure, is a weighty industrial metal song. Though licensed from Earache Records (who, at the time, managed Godflesh), the promo was distributed by Relativity Records. Hikaru tsubasa de tonde okure Mosura, Me o samashite Mosura  Some of the song's lyrics are borrowed from "Avalanche" by Leonard Cohen, a track off of his 1970 album Songs of Love and Hate (a title that Godflesh later borrowed). The song was initially performed by the musical duo The Peanuts, comprised of sisters Emi and Yumi Ito, who portrayed the Shobijin in the film. / Mosura tai Gojira / Street Date April 3, 2007 / 19.93 Starring Akira Takarada, Yuriko Hoshi, Hiroshi Koizumi, Yu Fujiki, Emi Ito, Yûmi Ito, Yoshifumi Tajima, Kenji Sahara, Jun Tazaki Cinematography Hajime Koizumi Production Design Takeo Kita みんな待っているの For the 1961 film, see, "Czar Issues Decree: Top Five Godflesh Songs", "Godflesh – Slavestate, Pure, Cold World Reissues", "Interview with Justin Broadrick of Godflesh", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mothra_(song)&oldid=1000426558, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 15 January 2021, at 01:52. 花が開くように モスラ The Shobijin soon arrive to plead for the return of egg as it belongs to Mothra. Hate mo nai yami ni The music is perfect, with drums, & cow bells. The soundtrack of Rebirth of Mothra was released in 1996, with music by Toshiyuki Watanabe. This page includes the lyrics of the songs. 飛んでおくれ モスラ, 目をさまして モスラ plus-circle Add Review. Mothra (モスラ, Mosura) is a 1961 Japanese kaiju film directed by Ishirō Honda, and written by Shinichi Sekizawa, with special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya.Produced and distributed by Toho Studios, it is the first film in the Mothra franchise.  Pure's introductory track, "Spite", it also included on the release as a B-side. min. You lose all defenses and filters against the world". Directed by Barry Maguire in 1992, the video was described by the band as "a curious affair that mixed David Lynch-style cinematography and concepts with performance shots of Godflesh in a dodgy-looking disco". Kumo ga utau yō ni Mosura Aozameta sora e 朝が明けるように モスラ The local villagers salvage it and scientists come to study the egg. Mothra vs. Godzilla Sony Music / Toho / Classic Media 1964 / Color / 2:35 anamorphic 16:9 / 89 (Japanese) 88 (A.I.P.) 涙 の夜露を 早 く頬から Before it can be studied, the local villagers claim the egg and sell it to greedy entrepreneurs. Then, is the 1992 version of Mahara Mothra. She first appeared in her own movie called "Mothra". Haya ku hoho kara keshite okure Mosura, Me o samashite Mosura Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah Giant Monsters All-Out Attack - Godzilla vs Mothra and King Ghidorah Publication date 1964-09-17 Topics Gojira, Godzilla, Mothra Language English. Wow! Punch!  "Mothra" is one of the few Godflesh songs to feature a music video. Mothra vs. Godzilla (モスラ対ゴジラ, Mosura tai Gojira) is a 1964 Japanese kaiju film directed by Ishirō Honda, with special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya.Produced and distributed by Toho Studios, it is the fourth film in the Godzilla franchise.The film stars Akira Takarada, Yuriko Hoshi, Hiroshi Koizumi, Kenji Sahara, and the Peanuts, with Haruo Nakajima as Godzilla. Mothra's first stared in, 1961's Mothra.It's your basic monster movie. While Sakai and Junko try to ask Professor Miuraquestions about the egg, an entrepreneur of Happy Enterprises named Kumayama scurries the scientists off and explains that he bought the egg from the local villagers. , "Mothra" derives its title from Ishirō Honda's 1961 film Mothra, which features the fictional giant monster Mothra. The track's title is derived from 1961 Japanese film of the same name by Ishirō Honda. Mothra defends her offspring when Godzilla invades their Pacific island nursery. It was taken from their 1992 album Pure and saw release as a radio promo and music video in the same year. Originally, Mothra's name was approximated in English as "Mosla," but it was later corrected to "Mothra" by the time of the release of her debut film. The song also appears in Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster, Godzilla vs. Mothra, and Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. Instead of letting scientists study the egg, Kumayama w… 消しておくれ モスラ, 目をさまして モスラ 3 years later, in 1964, Mothra's first appearance in the Godzilla series was "Mothra vs. Godzilla" (not to be confused with Godzilla vs. Mothra). In the American dubbing and various posters for Mothra vs. Godzilla, Mothra is also referred t… This is track 2 from the CD MOTHRA THE BEST Title : Mothra's Song from Mothra 1961 For your entertainment only. When commenting, please remain respectful of other users, stay on topic, and avoid role-playing and excessive punctuation. Later on that day a giant egg is discovered on the shore. Since the Japanese language does not have dental fricatives, it is approximated "Mosura" in Japanese. Synopsis The sky, sea, and land quake in the fierce battle of the century. comment. Godzilla vs. Mothra (ゴジラvsモスラ, Gojira tai Mosura, also known as Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle for Earth) is a 1992 Japanese kaiju film directed by Takao Okawara, written by Kazuki Ōmori, and produced by Shogo Tomiyama.Produced and distributed by Toho Studios, it is the 19th film in the Godzilla franchise, and is the fourth film in the franchise's Heisei era. , Credits adapted from "Mothra" liner notes, This article is about the industrial metal song. Mothra's Song is Mothra and Mothra Leo 's theme song, composed by Yuji Koseki. 青ざめた空へ 光るつばさで 聞いておくれ モスラ, Me o samashite Mosura Showing 0 comments. Addeddate 2018-04-25 11:45:44 Color color Identifier 1964MothraVs.Godzilla Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.3 Sound sound Year 1964 . Ned Raggett of AllMusic described the track as "surprisingly commercial for the band" and highlighted its "memorable main riff and drumming" as pleasingly listenable; he selected the song as one of his favourites from Pure.  The Quietus' Noel Gardner wrote that the various machine, guitar and bass elements of "Mothra" seem incongruous from a distance, but in practice they work well. The track's title is derived from 1961 Japanese film of the same name by Ishirō Honda.Musically, "Mothra" is a grinding, mechanical song with shouted vocals and heavily distorted instruments. The name "Mothra" is the suffixation of "-ra" (a common last syllable in kaiju names) to "moth." Mothra Vs. Godzilla 1964 by Toho.  Joseph Schafer of Decibel agreed with Raggett, considering "Mothra" one of Godflesh frontman Justin Broadrick's most accessible songs, but added that "it still sounds like getting crushed by a ton of lead". Asa ga akeru yō ni Mosura 果てもない闇に 叫ぶ祈りを "Mothra's Song" (モスラの唄, Mosura no Uta) is a song performed by the "Pair Bambi" musical duo Yuko and Yoko Okada as the Shobijin in the 1966 Godzilla film, Ebirah, Horror of the Deep. The Peanuts reprised the role in Mothra vs. Godzilla, in which they also performed the song. is a song first sung by the Shobijin in the 1964 Godzilla film, Mothra vs. Godzilla. Sacred Springs (聖なる泉, Seinaru Izumi?) Mothra ist eine überdimensionale Motte.Obwohl im japanischen Original Mothra kein Geschlecht zugeordnet ist, erhielt sie durch die englische Synchronisation eine weibliche Zuordnung, die in der deutschen Synchronisation übernommen wurde.. Nach Godzilla, Rodan und Varan entwickelte Toho mit Mothra das vierte Filmmonster.  Writing for Melody Maker, Sharon O'Connell also noted the song's grinding, deliberate repetition in a favourable light.  Macomber also recognised "Mothra" as a fan favourite song. Soon to come will be audio mp3s and song translations from the various languages they are in, including Tagalog, Japanese, Indonesian, and Malay. The lyrics are comprised of both the Bahasa/Malay and Japanese languages. The crypto-zoological agency Monarch faces off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his … For starters, it's more fast paced than a normal Mothra Song, also like the 1964 version of this song. みんな待っているの A news reporter named Ichiro Sakai and his photographer Junko Nakanishitake pictures of the wreckage caused by a typhoon. Comments which violate these guidelines may be removed by administrators. What can I say about this song? Sakebu inori o kii te okure Mosura. Godzilla and Jet Jaguar: Punch! Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah Giant Monsters All-Out Attack - Godzilla vs Mothra and King Ghidorah "Mothra" is a song by the English industrial metal band Godflesh. Ihren ersten Auftritt hatte sie im gleichnamigen Film Mothra (1961). "Mothra's Song" (モスラの唄 Mosura no Uta) is a song performed by the "Pair Bambi" musical duo Yuko and Yoko Okada as the Shobijin in the 1966 Godzilla film, Ebirah, Horror of the Deep. みんな待っているの  Mike Gitter of Spin and RIP Magazine described hearing "Mothra" by writing, "It's as if your whole body is made to serve as a giant ear, as you are beaten upon by a low-level shock wave.  In their book The Trouser Press Guide to '90s Rock, Ira A. Robbins and David Sprague characterise "Mothra" as having a memorable and definite groove. Musically, "Mothra" is a grinding, mechanical song with shouted vocals and heavily distorted instruments. Min'na matte iru no Mothra was created the Japanese company Toho in 1961. The film stars Frankie Sakai, Hiroshi Koizumi, Kyōko Kagawa, Jerry Ito, and The Peanuts.. Namida no yotsuyu o 雲が歌うように モスラ Min'na matte iru no It is sung by their Shobijin /Cosmos fairies in most movies the fairies appear in.