This week's list takes a look at seven priests with less than holy personalities.
- Nana Kitade Interview (Aug 23)
- MUCC + Nana Kitade Live (Aug 16)
- the Indigo Interview (Jul 26)
- Interview with Ai Uchida (Jul 19)
- The Pillows in Hollywood (Jul 2)
- The Pillows, KOTOKO, Live 8 + 365 (Jun 28)
- KOTOKO at A-Kon (Jun 21)
- Final Fantasy XII (Jun 14)
- hyde (Jun 7)
- Hiroaki Yura (May 31)
- Warner Steps Up (May 10)
- Kenji Kawai (Apr 26)
- Maaya Sakamoto, Starship Operators (Apr 12)
- Jane Lui (Mar 29)
- Trigun, Viewtiful Joe, Ah! My Goddess (Mar 15)
- Sixth S.E.N.S. (Mar 1)
- Ayaka and the Olympics (Feb 9)
- Boom Goes the Dynamite (Jan 25)
- Kristine Sa (Jan 12)
- Interview: Shaun Iwase (Jan 4)
- Animetoonz, Madlax, His and Her Circumstances (Dec 28)
- Corrinne May, Utada, Beni Arashiro (Dec 21)
- Azumanga Daioh, Hanaukyo Maid Team, Love Hina, Para Para Max (Dec 14)
- L'Arc~en~Ciel, Namie Amuro (Oct 20)
- KOTOKO (Oct 12)
- Utada, the Indigo, angela (Sep 15)
- Maaya Sakamoto (Sep 7)
- the Indigo (Aug 31)
- Ayumi Hamasaki, B'z, Kumi Koda (Aug 23)
- The Pillows (Aug 17)
- iTunes Japan hits 1,000,000 (Aug 10)
- Fruits Basket, Utena, Kyo (Jul 13)
- Kumi Koda, Bennie K, Nana Katase (Jun 21)
- Kumiko Kato (Jun 15)
- Singles: Mika Nakashima, Hitomi, Berryz Kobou (Jun 7)
- L'Arc~en~Ciel LIVE in U.S.A DVD (May 31)
- Exodus Revisited (May 23)
- Last Exodus? (May 17)
- Sweetness (May 10)
- Tamaki Time (May 5)
- Ayumi Hamasaki (Apr 28)
- I Heart Boston (Apr 22)
- A-va? E-va? Eh-va? (Apr 19)
- Yoko Ishida (Feb 4)
- Then and Then (Jul 20)
- T.M.R at Spider-Man 2 (Jul 15)
- Hark! It's L'Arc! (Jun 23)
- Little Big Muddy (Jun 17)
- Interview: T.M.Revolution (Jun 10)
- Interview: Nami Tamaki (May 31)
- California Dreams (May 25)
- Keiko's Corner (May 20)
- Ritsuko Okazaki (May 12)
- The Big Two-Five (May 6)
- On Dreams (Apr 26)
- Greeting(s) (Apr 20)
- Take Two (Apr 13)
- Fly Me to the Moon (Apr 6)
- Talkin 'bout a Revolution (Mar 23)
- X[JAPAN] Files (Mar 16)
- A Japanese Jewel (Mar 9)
- Fjordland Train (Feb 29)
- Rock 'n Roll (Feb 22)
- Live (Jan 29)
- Adieu (Jan 11)
- Piano (Oct 26)
- Around the World (Series) (Oct 19)
- Takeoffs and Landings (Sep 30)
- Convention Tension (Sep 14)
- OSTentatious (Sep 7)
- The Next Big Thing (Aug 31)
- Always the chicken... (Aug 25)
- Rockin' Out (Aug 17)
- Haibane Renmei! (Aug 10)
- Feelin' the Squeeze (Aug 1)
- Move it! (Jul 25)
- Music Pirates of the Caribbean (and Beyond) (Jul 18)
- Listen: (Jul 11)
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