It was at Satsuki concert at past year. One person asked him at meet&greet "how about Yukari? After Baiser he was produser your band Rentrer en Soi, what he is doing now?" S. answered that Yukari produser of previous^ bands at Free-Will company.
Oh and in case any one is interested in knowing; turns out that despite being released @ 3 different venues, all the versions of the Ashes to Ashes tour single are exactly the same. Just thought people should know before they spent their money on hard to find singles.
http://www.last.fm/music/BAISER/Cry-Max%20Pleasure%20%EF%BD%9EWelcome%20to%20the%20Front%20Line%20Party%EF%BD%9E On this tag there's the right cover. I think that's the correct tag anyway? It's "Cry-Max Pleasure" and not "Cry-Max-Pleasure".
Vote up the correct album art, or upload your own and then vote it up. Then you'll have to down vote the incorrect art.
The album art for Cry-Max-Pleasure～Welcome to the Front Line Party～ is wrong. Is there a way to change it? It should be [url=http://svkei.net/convergence/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/B0QhpgBWkKGrHqFi0Ew5WCgOFBMZkcUCwwg_35.jpg]this[/url].
The clamping down on direct download sites in the past two years really killed a lot access to material, not specific to Baiser of course. A lot of bands become 'rare' simply because links to their stuff go dead and people just forget about them (take [artist]ＨＥＬＥＮ[/artist], for example). They also had quite a few live distributed CDs at a time where vkei really wasn't really known to the west and the internet wasn't as prevalent (like their Paradise Lost ~The Case of Eve~ CD . Maybe my memory is a little foggy, but I don't recall people being online nearly as much when I was 7 and that was released). Also, most modern fans of this scene really wouldn't be interested in music like this so there isn't a whole lot of demand for their stuff outside of their small fan base.
I've found that Ashes to ashes was actually released in 3 types, all on different dates with different songs. All 3 have 'Deep' as their a-side (a much different version from the one on Kuchizuke), but the b-sides are 'Ashes to ashes,' '不明,' and 'Rebirth.' You might actually have the version that contains a remix of Rebirth instead of the actual song called Ashes to ashes.
@Pretsy: Ah, you're right! I did some more research on it, and apparently it was more of a "collaboration", per se. Hell Missionells did arrange it; Yukari wrote the lyrics. [url=http://www24.atwiki.jp/in-media/pages/227.html?pc_mode=1]This[/url] is the most info I could find on it.
I never got too much into their older stuff, just their poppier stuff. It's like a better version of Rentrer en Soi's old era. fuck yea KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME KISU ME
For everyone waiting for Yukari to make a new band, I recommend trying out [artist]Endorphine[/artist]. They're similar to Baiser, but noisier and a little heavier. I'd say a bit like early Rentrer en Soi mixed with early~mid Baiser.