Sir: Today, let's try "On The Way" written by Spitz in 2007, with Assistant A!
A: A biography of a Japanese pop band SPITZ, isn't it, sir?
S: Right. The four from Spitz talk about their history in this book. There're no pure people who think the four actually wrote although it says "written by Spitz." Some editors must have interviewed with Spitz and written as ghostwriters.
A: How was it, sir?
S: Naught special. It brings us to nowhere but a common kind of pop band stories. All I got is that Spitz's style has not changed since they were formed.
A: What style, sir?
S: They don't care about their fans and audience at all lol. You can know from the time when this was published. Their major debut year is 1991 and this biography was 2007. It means that this was released on their 16th year.
A: Halfway, sir.
S: Reading the biography tells us they were formed in 1987 and this book was published for the 20th anniversary. However, it's almost difficult for the usual to understand, isn't it? It points they didn't care about it. So I can say their No.1 is themselves all the time. Now, I've understood why their concert was that fxxking.
A: Did you join, sir?
S: I did. I watched their performance at a box seat of the Osaka-jo Hall in 2014 and heard no vocal singing at all. I'd like them to pay back! Why did no singing voice sound when its center was vocal?
A: My condolences, sir.
S: This "On The Way" told me why it was so. Spitz doesn't care about the audience and desires to enjoy themselves first. You can know their style by reading this biography.