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  1. Kajinaga Daishi began to sing with bands at age sixteen in Himeji, Japan. After cover bands Zil and Mascara, he and his childhood friend Akeda…

  2. The ROMEO were a Japanese rock band formed by ex-Psycho le Cému vocalist Kajinaga Daishi in Tokyo, Japan. Beginning as Daishi's solo project, the…

  3. Kajinaga Daishi began to sing with bands at age sixteen in Himeji, Japan. After cover bands Zil and Mascara, he and his childhood friend Akeda…

  4. Psycho le Cému の Gu. Lida

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    1. 1960's French ye-ye singer, responsible for the song "Amstramgram".

    2. 1990s-2000s Japanese "visual-kei" band.
    → ISABELLE…

  6. 宇宙戦隊NOIZ (now called UCHUSENTAI:NOIZ) are an oshare kei, more specifically, a cosplay band (like Psycho le Cému) from Japan. The band has not…

  7. Line-up of D'AIR was:

    Vocal - NAGI
    Guitar - MOTOKI (→Visui)
    Bass - JUYA (→キシュ-qiche-)
    Drums - U-YA → Now LANDZ)

  8. Starting his career in 1999, Daigo fronted the glam rock group JZEIL. After they disbanded in 2001, DAIGO began his solo career, first as DAIGO and…

  9. Aioria was an indies visual kei band from Tokyo, Japan, they started in June 2001 as a project of ミサ (Misa - ex-Da'vidノ使徒:aL, ex-Klein Kaiser) and…

  10. SCISSOR was an indie visual kei band formed in late 2002 which disbanded on November 30, 2005 @ Shibuya O-West.

    Their final line-up:
    Vocals: MIKI →…

  11. Dollis Marry (ドーリスマリィ) were originally formed in 2005 in Japan, they consisted of 聖樹 (Seiju) on Vocals, 依織 (Iori) on Keyboard and Guitar, 叶恋…

  12. Eve of Destiny started in 1998 founded by Haruhiko Ash (ex-The Zolge, a japanese punk band). Haruhiko wanted the songs of Eve of Destiny would…

  13. 秘密結社コドモA (Himitsu Kessha CODOMO A) was formed in Japan in 2004 by vocalist Eiji (エイジ) and drummer Dai (ダイ) (both previously in マカロニ). The band's…

  14. moll'e node is the romanized (rōmaji) version of the name of the band モル・ノヲド.

  15. From February 1995 until April 2006 Kirito (キリト) was the vocalist and leader of Japanese rock band PIERROT. In summer 2005 he launched a solo…

  16. Noir Fleurir, originally going by as DEFLOWER/DEFLOWER could be found on the Key Party label. On vocals was Tomo, 可憐 guitar, bassist KENGO and…

  17. Shelly Trip Realize is an indie Oshare Kei band from Japan that formed in January, 2003. Their music can be characterized as warm, cute, and…

  18. There are at least three artists who share this name:

    1) A Japanese "Visual Kei" band (AILE) (アイル)
    2) A Japanese hip-hop artist (aile)
    3) A…

  19. feathers-blue was a Japanese visual-kei band. They were formed around 2002 and disbanded around 2005.

    The lineup was following:
    Vocal: KO-ICHI …

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