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DixieFlatline (ジェミニの人, Gemini no Hito) is the author of the hit song "Gemini" which is his first work. After the first work, his popularity is stable. His name comes from a character of SF novel "Neuromancer"(William F. Gibson) which he likes.
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Dixie Flatline (ジェミニの人, Gemini no Hito) is the author of the hit song "Gemini" which is his first work. After the first work, his popularity is stable. His name comes from a character of SF novel "Neuromancer"(William F. Gibson) which he likes.
   
   
Works ; ([http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=57AD5685E1E05583 Playlist])
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Works (Upload date) ; ([http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=57AD5685E1E05583 Playlist])
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# "Gemini"(Mar.07.2008)
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# "Hanagumori"(Mar.29.2008)
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# "Shinonome Scramble"(Jun.03.2008)
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# "Mebius"(Jun.09.2008)
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# "Hanagumori (act2)"(Jul.26.2008)
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# "Jacob's Ladder"(Jul.28.2008)
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# "Sweetie×2"(Aug.25.2008)
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# "Mikulantica"(Oct.17.2008)
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# "Juvenile"(Jan.23.2009)
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# "Just Be Friends"(Jul.04.2009)
 
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Revision as of 12:09, July 8, 2009

Dixie Flatline (ジェミニの人, Gemini no Hito) is the author of the hit song "Gemini" which is his first work. After the first work, his popularity is stable. His name comes from a character of SF novel "Neuromancer"(William F. Gibson) which he likes.


Works (Upload date) ; (Playlist)

  1. "Gemini"(Mar.07.2008)
  2. "Hanagumori"(Mar.29.2008)
  3. "Shinonome Scramble"(Jun.03.2008)
  4. "Mebius"(Jun.09.2008)
  5. "Hanagumori (act2)"(Jul.26.2008)
  6. "Jacob's Ladder"(Jul.28.2008)
  7. "Sweetie×2"(Aug.25.2008)
  8. "Mikulantica"(Oct.17.2008)
  9. "Juvenile"(Jan.23.2009)
  10. "Just Be Friends"(Jul.04.2009)
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