1. REBECCA (ＲＥＢＥＣＣＡ) was a Japanese popular pop/rock band active mostly in the late 80's, fronted by NOKKO. They released 7 albums from 1984 to 1989. The band's name comes from the novel "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm".
Psy•S (often written as "Psy-S" or "Psy S" in English due to the lack of the Japanese dot "•" on most western keyboards) was a popular Japanese band, formed in 1983 by Masaya Matsuura alongside female vocal powerhouse Chaka (a pseudonym used by Mami Yasunori). After Japanese hits and successes throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, they disbanded in 1996.
Princess Princess (プリンセス・プリンセスPurinsesu Purinsesu) (commonly referred to in Japan as Puri-Puri) was a five-piece Japanese Rock/Pop girl band from 1983-1996. They were previously known as "Julian Mama" and "Akasaka Komachi" (one album released under this name).
Active:1989 to 2002; 2009. LINDBERG is a prolific Japanese pop rock band that released many albums (35 singles, 15 albums, and 12 best-of and singles collections) and videos (including movies and making-of featurettes) over its 15-year career.