His voice is very unique, he holds alot of talent, good at singing, guitar, drums, and voice acting. In his band, Mosquito Milk, he is the vocalist and main guitarist. When he went solo he released a cd called Zui, which had dark hard rock tracks. His best and most known song is "The Answer" which is a dark sadistic song.
He does many roles in anime, but he's most known for X from Rockman X, Orphen from Sorcerer Stabber Orphen, Musica from Groove Adventure Rave, Ginji from GetBackers, Shikamaru from Naruto, Kirihara from Prince of Tennis, and Kadaj from Final Fantasy Advent Children. He is popular with the ladies, which they think he's absolutely gorgeous. He also has a live concert video dvd that was released in 2003, but he performed it live in 2001. He sings the songs on his Zui cd live, on the dvd with a couple of other songs.
Showtaro has sang many songs in his career as a recording artist. He is responsible with his band Mosquito Milk for the Rockman X5 Opening and Ending songs. It's a Maxi Single with 4 tracks, which are Monkey and Mizu No Naka (Inside Of Water) and their instrumental counter parts. He sang both Rockman X6 opening songs, "Moonlight" and "The Answer".
He composed and wrote the ending song called "I.D.E.A." but it was sang by RoSt. He also sang the X7 ending song known as "Lazy Mind" which is a hard rock song with a rap verse. It's a single, and the albulm is called "Lazy Mind". It also comes with the instrumental version which is good for karaoke or if your tastes are into vocal-less music.
It also has an extra track of his voice collection as "X" in the Rockman X7 video game which was released in 2003. His other Maxi Single with the band Mosquito Milk is called "Space Surfer c/w Sunny Day". It has 3 tracks and they are Space Surfer, Sunny Day, and Free Jam Question. He has also did a few character image songs, like "Born Again" which is a character image song of Ginji Amano from GetBackers and "Akaku Someru Tsuki" which is the character image song for Kirihara from The Prince Of Tennis.
He has a song on one of the Dance Dance Revolution Games called "The Zona Song ~ Why!". The actually version of that song is a little more than 10 minutes long, its a popish exciting song that makes you want to dance. Zui CD Song Tracks 1. Build Up!! 2.
Power 3. G Koui 4. Shintai Kensa 5. Rainy Day 6.
The Answer 7. Hedgehog Peter 8. Okubyou Mono 9. Moon Light 10 End Of The Sky "Hard Spirit" is an album released from one of his most popular seiyuu units, Heart-beat, where he paired up with the seiyuu Hiroki Takahashi.
The singles released for this album were "shootin' stars" and "CONTINUED". This album was also featured in his first live action movie (appearing in, not voice acting for), "Cross Chord". While this is an album with Hiroki Takahashi, each of them had two solo songs. Morikubo sings alone in "Hurry Up Drive" and "Change or Never change", and Takahashi's solos are "Thanks for..." and "Believe me".
Here is the song list for his Cross Chord Cd: CROSS CHORD shootin' stars (movie version) CONTINUED (movie version) Hurry Up Drive Change or Never change Thanks for... Believe me shootin' stars (single version) CONTINUED (single version) Showtaro has well over 65 songs, and still going. Though out of all his songs, his most notable are: The Answer Moon Light Lazy Mind Begin The Try Which are all Rockman songs. Showtaro Morikubo Official Site http://suleputer.capcom.co.jp/special-site/showtaro Mosquito Milk Official Site http://suleputer.capcom.co.jp/mosquito Read more on Last.fm.
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