1. A Japanese rock band that formed in 1992. The group is notable for having two D'erlanger members, guitarist Ichiro Takigawa and drummer Tetsu Kikuchi, in their lineup. Presumably due to their involvement, Body had some impressive success in Japan, with their 1994 album, "Flame" reaching number 4 on the Oricon charts. However, their fame would prove to be very short lived, as they split later in 1994. Both Ichiro and Tetsu went on to join another well known rock group, Craze, in 1995, but the group split in 2006. Both members then rejoined D'erlanger in 2007.
2. A R&B vocal ensemble who had some soul chart success in the late 80's around the time when vocal group popularity was cresting. Like Jade, SWV and En Vogue, around the same time, the ladies of the group sang in "three-part" harmony. The group consisted of three sisters, whose last name is Body – their first names were Francina, Letitia and Peggy.