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ARASHI
J-POP
J-ROCK
ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE
AFRIRAMPO
ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION
BEFORU
BOREDOMS
BREATH
CASIOPEA
DIR EN GREY
DO AS INFINITY
DRAGON ASH
DREAMS COME TRUE
ELECTRIC EEL SHOCK
ELLEGARDEN
EVERY LITTLE THING
GARNET CROW
GUITAR VADER
GUITAR WOLF
HEARTSDALES
HEAVY METAL
JANNE DA ARC
JUDY AND MARY
KAGRRA
KAT-TUN
KINKI KIDS
KIRORO
LOVE PSYCHEDELICO
LUNA SEA
MAD CAPSULE MARKETS
MALICE MIZER
MINI MONI
MOI DIX MOIS
MONDO GROSSO
MORNING MUSUME
NUMBER GIRL
OOIOO
ORANGE RANGE
PIZZICATO FIVE
PLASTIC TREE
PRINCESS PRINCESS
PUFFY AMIYUMI
REMIOROMEN
RIP SLYME
ROUND TABLE
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Arashi

  1. Arashi is a 5 member Japanese idol group under Johnny & Associates. (Web site)
  2. Arashi is a 5 member Japanese idol under Johnny's.
  3. Arashi is a Boston based band founded in 1998 by Andy Marrone and Calvin Williams.
  4. Arashi is a Japanese boy band. (Web site)
  5. Arashi is a Japanese boyband under Johnny's Entertainment.

J-Pop

  1. J-Pop is a page to tell you some Japanese Artist information.
  2. J-Pop is a form of Japan ese pop music.
  3. J-Pop is a form of Japanese pop music.
  4. J-Pop is a form of Japanese popular music.
  5. J-Pop is also a great place to go for drinks.

J-Rock

  1. And try to avoid using that terrible term "J-Rock", especially in the case of a good band.
  2. J-Rock is a genre of music popular in Japan, and now all over the world. (Web site)
  3. J-Rock is a master of the various techniques of the era, while the beats document Primo in his prime.
  4. J-Rock is one of the most popular forms of music in Japan.
  5. J-Rock is one of the most popular forms of music in its native Japan.

Acid Mothers Temple

  1. Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic band founded in 1995 by members of the Acid Mothers Temple soul-collective.
  2. Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic collective led by multi-instrumentalist and psychedelic warlord guitarist Kawabata Makoto.
  3. Acid Mothers Temple is a Japanese psychedelic music group with a sprawling collection of affiliate bands and artists.
  4. Acid Mothers Temple is a musical collective that counts almost 30 members in its ever-changing roster.
  5. Acid Mothers Temple is a super-freak-out group.

Afrirampo

  1. AFRIRAMPO is a Japanese female wildcat duet-cute, loud and a little crass.
  2. AFRIRAMPO: Probably the end of this year.
  3. AfriRampo is a crazy energetic Japanese duo, and I know a few people who thought they were one of the best things at the festival.
  4. Afrirampo are a band from Osaka , Japan .
  5. Afrirampo is a Japanese noise, rock grrrrl group. (Web site)

Asian Kung-Fu Generation

  1. Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a Japanese rock band that does a lot of melodic rock stuff. (Web site)
  2. Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a japanese band that I adore. (Web site)
  3. Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a Japanese rock band with 4 members.
  4. ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION was now ready to take things to the next level.
  5. ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION is a band that knows the meaning of hard work. (Web site)

Beforu

  1. BeForU is a japanese band. (Web site)
  2. BeForU is a consisting of the six artists Sayaka, Miharu, Noria, Riyu, Risa and Yoma.
  3. BeForU is a great J-Pop group. (Web site)
  4. BeForU is a straight up J-Pop girl group.
  5. BeForU is an all female J-Pop group who performs music primarily for the Bemani series of rhythm games.

Boredoms

  1. Boredoms is a Japanese rock band.
  2. BOREDOMS is a hardcore noise band in Japan that concluded successfully most in the worlds. (Web site)
  3. Boredoms is a Japanese band. (Web site)
  4. Boredoms is a rock band from Osaka whose music is difficult to classify. (Web site)
  5. Boredoms were formed in early 1986 by Yamatsuka Eye, who at the time acted as front man for the infamous noise act Hanatarash. (Web site)

Breath

  1. Breath is a Japanese popular music duo.
  2. A breath is the act of inhaling and exhaling.
  3. Breath is the primary source of energy in the body - the essence of life itself.
  4. The breath is a balanced place to center the awareness for both yin and yang type personalities.
  5. The breath is a good indicator of when our body is beginning to fatigue as it will become strained and uneven as well as the muscles beginning to tremble.

Casiopea

  1. Casiopea is a Japanese jazz fusion band that was formed in 1976 by guitarist ISSEI NORO and bassist Tetsuo Sakurai .
  2. Casiopea is a still-active Japanese jazz fusion band that was formed in 1976 .
  3. Casiopea is a still-active Japanese jazz fusion band that was formed in 1976 by guitarist Issei Noro and bassist Tetsuo Sakurai.
  4. Casiopea is one of my favourite fussion bands, they are awesome. (Web site)
  5. Casiopea was formed in 1979 by guitarist Issei Noro, k.

Dir En Grey

  1. Dir En Grey is a Japanese rock band formed in 1997. (Web site)
  2. Dir En Grey is a good band, don't get me wrong.
  3. Dir En Grey is a life stream to me.
  4. Dir En Grey is a very popular Japanese metal band that has been releasing albums since 1997.
  5. Dir en Grey is a dark band, playing some of the most electic rock you're likely to hear.

Do As Infinity

  1. Do As Infinity is a band made up of three members, Dai, Van and Ryo. (Web site)
  2. Do As Infinity is a close second.
  3. Do As Infinity is a nifty j-pop band. (Web site)
  4. Do As Infinity is a very popular Japanese rock band and the main singer is Tomiko Van.
  5. Do As Infinity is called Jrock which is really good i just recently found them. (Web site)

Dragon Ash

  1. Dragon Ash is a Japanese hip hop group led by rap mogul Kenji Furuya.
  2. Dragon Ash is a Japanese rock band. (Web site)
  3. Dragon Ash is a Japanese rock group led by rap mogul Kenji Furuya.
  4. Dragon Ash is a hip hop group that I've known at the same time that I've known Ken Hirai.
  5. Dragon Ash is a hip-hop (sort of) band in Japan.

Dreams Come True

  1. DREAMS COME TRUE is a Japanese band that performs songs in both Japanese and English. (Web site)
  2. DREAMS COME TRUE is a Japanese band who perform songs in both English and Japanese.
  3. Dreams Come True is a Japanese band that also sings in English, a truly remarkable feat as not many bands sing in more than one language. (Web site)
  4. Dreams Come True is a Japanese band with a musical materialization of style, class, and grace.
  5. Dreams Come True is a Japanese band, though they sing in English too.

Electric Eel Shock

  1. Electric Eel Shock is a Japanese rock trio that powerfully combines classic rock , metal , and punk influences with a gritty garage rock delivery.
  2. Electric Eel Shock are a timely reminder that rock and metal music can be a whole lot of fun.
  3. Electric Eel Shock is a Japanese three-piece rock band, formed in Tokyo in the late 1990s.
  4. Electric Eel Shock is a three piece Japanese metal band, and we walked in as they played their cover of Black Sabbath---s Iron Man.
  5. Electric Eel Shock is a three-piece rock band, formed in Tokyo in the late 1990s. (Web site)

Ellegarden

  1. ELLEGARDEN is a Japanese band formed in 1998 by four young men.
  2. ELLEGARDEN is a Japanese rock group that formed in December of 1998 in Chiba, Japan. (Web site)
  3. ELLEGARDEN is a Japanese rock group that formed in December of 1998.
  4. ELLEGARDEN is a band that loves live gigs.
  5. ELLEGARDEN is a four member rock band that formed in 1998.

Every Little Thing

  1. Every Little Thing is a Japanese pop band that was popular a good 5 or 6 years back. (Web site)
  2. Every Little Thing is a group consisting of two men and a woman, Igarashi Mitsuru, Itou Ichirou and Mochida Kaori.
  3. Every Little Thing is a two member pop group.
  4. Every Little Thing was originally a trio, but after 2000 became a duo with Kaori Mochida as the lead vocal singer and Ichiro Ito as the guitarist.
  5. Every little thing is a Japanese band.

Garnet Crow

  1. GARNET CROW is a Japanese music band. (Web site)
  2. GARNET CROW is a four-piece band, consisting of a vocalist, two keyboardists and a guitarist.
  3. Garnet Crow is a Giza band and as such has done a lot of Meitantei Conan themes.
  4. Garnet Crow is a Japanese folk - rock group quartet. (Web site)
  5. Garnet Crow is a beautiful anomoly.

Guitar Vader

  1. Guitar Vader are a Japanese pop rock band.
  2. Guitar Vader are a Japanese underground indie rock band.
  3. Guitar Vader is a Japanese Indie rock band that I was introduced to on YesJapan while watching a show about Japanese topics.
  4. Guitar Vader is a classic rock band that seems to have a secret underground reputation.
  5. Guitar Vader is a good group from what I have.

Guitar Wolf

  1. Guitar Wolf is a Japanese band of mammoth proportions, releasing the loudest albums ever recorded with songs like Roaring Blood and Jet Generation. (Web site)
  2. Guitar Wolf are on tour.
  3. Guitar Wolf are virile and dangerous and completely demented, which pretty much makes for one great rock and roll band. (Web site)
  4. Guitar Wolf are well known for their frenetic live shows. (Web site)
  5. Guitar Wolf is a Japanese trio of blood brothers who preach that rock 'n' roll conquers all.

Heartsdales

  1. Heartsdales is a J-Urban group composed of two sisters.
  2. Heartsdales is a Japanese hip-hop group composed of two sisters, Yumi and Emi, known by their stage names Rum and Jewels, respectively.
  3. Heartsdales is a Japanese rap group with two sisters; Rum and Jewels.
  4. Heartsdales is a cute J-pop group. (Web site)
  5. Heartsdales is a self-producing J-Urban group composed of two sisters.

Heavy Metal

  1. Heavy Metal is a 1981 Canadian animated film from executive producer Leonard Mogel, who also was the publisher of Heavy Metal magazine. (Web site)
  2. Heavy Metal is a Canadian animated film released in 1981 and directed by Ivan Reitman with the cooperation of various international animation studios.
  3. Heavy Metal is a Mini-Con from the Energon portion of the Unicron Trilogy continuity family.
  4. Heavy Metal is a blue form of switchgrass that would be a good choice.
  5. Heavy Metal is a form of Metal, hence it being called Metal not Rock.

Janne Da Arc

  1. Janne Da Arc is a Japanese popular music group.
  2. Janne Da Arc is a japanese rock band.
  3. Janne Da Arc is a popular J-Rock group on the avex trax label.
  4. Janne Da Arc is a succesful Japanese rock band.
  5. Janne da Arc is a Japanese underground punk band. (Web site)

Judy And Mary

  1. JUDY AND MARY was a Japanese multi-genre band known for their innovative punk, rock, and pop meldings of noisy but melodic music in the 1990's.
  2. JUDY AND MARY is a famous Japanese rock band that formed back in 1991.
  3. JUDY AND MARY is a music group.
  4. JUDY AND MARY was created in 1992 and came out with 7 albums between then and 2001, which was the year they broke up. (Web site)
  5. Judy and Mary are a Japanese pop band known for their noisy but melodic music in the 90’s. (Web site)

Kagrra

  1. Kagrra are hard to define. (Web site)
  2. Kagrra is a Japanese rock band and part of the country's visual kei movement.
  3. Kagrra is a Japanese visual-kei band.
  4. Kagrra is a deliberate misspelling of the Japanese word ------, or "kagura" (a traditional Japanese dance). (Web site)
  5. Kagrra is a great band, and definitely worth a recommendation to any new music fans.

Kat-Tun

  1. KAT-TUN is a 6 person group which debuted in 2006.
  2. KAT-TUN is a J-pop group from Johnny & Associates, made up of six young Japanese men. (Web site)
  3. KAT-TUN is a Johnny's Entertainment boy band composed of 6 members.
  4. KAT-TUN is a fairly new japanese pop band that has been soaring high over Japan. (Web site)
  5. KAT-TUN is a group that is very popular in Japan.

Kinki Kids

  1. KinKi Kids are signed and promoted by Johnny and Associates. (Web site)
  2. KinKi Kids are signed and promoted by Johnny's Entertainment Company.
  3. KinKi Kids is a Japanese popular group established by Johnny & Associates.
  4. KinKi Kids is a Japanese popular group established by Johnny & Associates .
  5. KinKi Kids is a Japanese popular group under Johnny & Associates .

Kiroro

  1. Kiroro is a Japanese musical group from Okinawa that debuted in 1996. (Web site)
  2. Kiroro are actually two girls from Okinawa.
  3. Kiroro are two girl musicians who look like pigs, but their voices are very popular.
  4. Kiroro is a fantastic family resort with their needs extremely well catered for.
  5. Kiroro is a female duo that puts its all into their music. (Web site)

Love Psychedelico

  1. LOVE PSYCHEDELICO is a Japanese rock band formed by Kumi and Naoki , whose debut album has sold over 2 million copes in Japan.
  2. LOVE PSYCHEDELICO are a Japanese band, widely popular in both Japan and Taiwan.
  3. LOVE PSYCHEDELICO is a Japanese band with fame in both Taiwan and Japan.
  4. LOVE PSYCHEDELICO is a Japanese popular music group. (Web site)
  5. LOVE PSYCHEDELICO is a retro-rock band from Shibuya, Japan.

Luna Sea

  1. LUNA SEA is a Japanese band formed in 1989. (Web site)
  2. LUNA SEA was a popular Japanese visual rock band during the 1990s.
  3. LUNA SEA was a significantly popular Japanese visual rock band of the 1990s.
  4. Luna Sea is a Japanese hard rock band.
  5. Luna Sea is a Japanese rock band. (Web site)

Mad Capsule Markets

  1. THE MAD CAPSULE MARKETS is a charismatic loud rock band in Japan and they are pioneers of going overseas.
  2. Mad Capsule Markets is a bit like discovering a lost continent already far more advanced than the distant port from which you set sail.
  3. Mad Capsule Markets is a very heavy thrash lovefest.
  4. The Mad Capsule Markets are a Japanese band that formed in 1990 and were active until 2006. (Web site)
  5. The Mad Capsule Markets are a Japanese rock band that formed in 1985. (Web site)

Malice Mizer

  1. MALICE MIZER is a pretty good band.
  2. Malice Mizer - To be fair I gave them a listen.
  3. Malice Mizer are truly masters of contrast.
  4. Malice Mizer is a Japanese Gothic band, its style is based on Classical Music, with Organs, Acoustic Bass, Violins, and lots of other old instruments.
  5. Malice Mizer is a Japanese band in the visual kei music scene. (Web site)

Mini Moni

  1. Mini Moni is a Japanese pop band that is a little, erm sort of, well childish on some songs but other than that they're pretty good.
  2. Mini Moni is a branch-off J-pop group from the popular Japanese pop girl-group Morning Musume.
  3. Mini Moni is a jpop ( japanese Pop) band that was formed from Morning Musume members.
  4. Mini Moni is a sub-group from the japanese pop ( jpop) group morning musume ( i dont know if i spelled that right).
  5. Mini Moni was a highly popular group at the time and gave Todd more exposure than Coconuts Musume had. (Web site)

Moi Dix Mois

  1. Moi Dix Mois is a Japanese gothic and visual Kei band. (Web site)
  2. Moi Dix Mois is a greatly talented and unique sounding group.
  3. Moi dix Mois is a Japanese band, and the follow-up project to visual kei artist Mana 's, work with his previous band, Malice Mizer .
  4. Moi dix Mois is a Japanese band, and the solo project of Mana, formerly the leader and guitarist of the Japanese band Malice Mizer.
  5. Moi dix Mois is a Japanese band, and the solo project of Mana, formerly the leader and guitarist of the influential Japanese Visual Kei band Malice Mizer. (Web site)

Mondo Grosso

  1. Mondo Grosso is a popular Japanese musical group formed in Kyoto in 1991 .
  2. Mondo Grosso is a Japaese pop group.
  3. Mondo Grosso is a Japanese artist that creates music that sounds little like Japanese music.
  4. Mondo Grosso is a deep-groove, funky, slippery bunch.
  5. Mondo Grosso is a japanese producer.

Morning Musume

  1. Morning Musume is a Japanese pop idol machine, running steadily since the late 90s.
  2. Morning Musume - a huge pop and marketing phenomenon.
  3. Morning Musume are cheap Onyanko Club rip offs and that's that.
  4. Morning Musume is a constantly expanding all girl pop group in Japan.
  5. Morning Musume is a good starting point, but each artist and group offers their own style.

Number Girl

  1. Number Girl is a cult band in Japan. (Web site)
  2. Number Girl is a fairly famous band, and other bands like Asian Kung-Fu Generation have written lyrics as a tribute to the band.
  3. Number Girl is a tight, explosive four piece that Steve Albini would love. (Web site)
  4. Number Girl is one of those rare indie bands that actually stays indie in spirit after signing up with a major label.
  5. Number Girl was formed by Mukai in August of 1995 when he decided to create a band to play at a rock event in his hometown Fukuoka.

Ooioo

  1. OOIOO are amazing as are eYe's remixes.
  2. OOIOO are more accessible than Boredoms and tend to lean towards the more melodic space rock sound characteristic of Boredoms' later works.
  3. OOIOO is a Japanese avant-garde band that aren't afraid to experiment with their sound and try new things and different styles.
  4. OOIOO is a Japanese band, experimental in nature. (Web site)
  5. OOIOO is a band that divides, and when diving into their music, one must accept that. (Web site)

Orange Range

  1. ORANGE RANGE is a japanese music band consisting of 5 (used to be 6) members. (Web site)
  2. ORANGE RANGE was originally formed in Okinawa in March 2001 by Naoto and Katchan at their middle school graduation.
  3. Orange Range - the fresh face of the Okinawa music scene.
  4. Orange Range is a Japanese alternative rock group from Okinawa.
  5. Orange Range is a Japanese band signed to Sony in Japan.

Pizzicato Five

  1. PIZZICATO FIVE is a Japanese music group.
  2. Pizzicato Five are Konishi and songstress Maki Nomiya, whose courageous fashion statements accentuate her sensuous voice.
  3. Pizzicato Five are Yasuharu Konishi, on the right in the photo, and Maki Nomiya, both of whom hail from Hokkaido.
  4. Pizzicato Five is a joke.
  5. Pizzicato Five is a lot of fun as well.

Plastic Tree

  1. Plastic Tree is a J-Rock and visual kei band.
  2. Plastic Tree is a Japanese rock band that formed in the early 1990’s in Chiba, Japan. (Web site)
  3. Plastic Tree is a Japanese rock band.
  4. Plastic Tree is a great band; not too heavy, but enough for J-rock fans to love.
  5. Plastic Tree is a relatively new love of mine; but they really are awesome.

Princess Princess

  1. Princess Princess is a shoujo, dramatic comedy title based on the manga created by Mikiyo Tsuda.
  2. Princess Princess is a show that I can now understand why people would enjoy. (Web site)
  3. Princess Princess is a twelve episode animation that was originally a manga and aired in 2006.
  4. Princess Princess is a weird show. (Web site)
  5. Princess Princess was a popular Japanese pop group from the late '80's to mid '90's.

Puffy Amiyumi

  1. Puffy AmiYumi are nothing short of a phenomenon in their native Japan. (Web site)
  2. Puffy AmiYumi are poised to achieve a level of stardom that no Japanese group has yet to reach.
  3. Puffy AmiYumi is a J-Pop duo who I originally heard on an online anime radio station.
  4. Puffy AmiYumi is a duo j-pop sensation.
  5. Puffy AmiYumi is a girl duo that performs both jpop and jrock songs.

Remioromen

  1. REMIOROMEN is a 3-piece Japanese Rock band that formed in December 2000.
  2. Remioromen is a Japanese rock band group formed in 2000.
  3. Remioromen is a Japanese rock band.
  4. Remioromen is a band which is beginning to be extended in Japan recently.
  5. Remioromen is a fairly new band that started out in 2000.

Rip Slyme

  1. RIP SLYME is a Japanese hip hop group.
  2. Rip Slyme is a Japanese hip hop group formed in 1994.
  3. Rip Slyme is a band of hip hop artist formed around 1993 by Ryo Z and Ilmari.
  4. Rip Slyme is a five person Hip-Hop group.
  5. Rip Slyme is a good japanese rap group.

Round Table

  1. Hence, the term "round table" is also used figuratively to refer to a peacuful way of achieving a compromise solution. (Web site)
  2. Round Table is a J-pop ( Japanese pop) band known mostly for their anime soundtracks .
  3. The Round Table is a business-led forum that aims to give policy recommendations to European and Japanese authorities.
  4. The Round Table is a place for producers who work in game industry to present their opinions in response to questions gathered from readers. (Web site)
  5. The Round Table was founded in 1986, as a means of reducing escalating trade tensions. (Web site)

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