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  2. Susumu Hirasawa (平沢進, born 2 April 1954 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese electronic artist and composer.

    In 1965, he started playing guitar, inspired…

  3. Hikashu (ヒカシュー) are a renowned Japanese underground avant-pop collective led by pseudo-Kabuki vocalist, 巻上公一 (Makigami Koichi), known for their…

  4. Uchoten (有頂天) were an experimental Japanese new wave/post punk band, active in the 1980s and early 1990s. They formed in 1982 and disbanded in…

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  6. ヤプーズ (Yapoos) is an experimental post-punk / synthpop band from Japan, formed by 戸川純 (Jun Togawa) in 1984.
    Influenced by the ero guro movement,…

  7. Plastics were a New Wave band from Japan that have been compared to The B-52's or Devo. They released 4 albums including the live effort, All…

  8. POLYSICS is a Japanese new wave/synth pop/punk/rock band, hailing from Tokyo. The band started in 1997, but got their big break in 1998 at a…

  9. Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO) is an influential Japanese electropop band, formed in 1978. They are renowned as a major influence in popular music,…

  10. Togawa Jun (戸川純), born March 31, 1961, is an experimental Japanese vocalist and visual artist. Debuting in 1984, she began her career as a parody…

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  12. SOFT BALLET is a Japanese industrial and synthpop band. The group has three members:
    - Maki Fujii, Ken Morioka, and Ryoichi Endo / ends. They…

  13. ゲルニカ (Guernica), presumably named after the famous painting Guernica by Pablo Picasso, is a Japanese trio from the 1980s that specializes in…

  14. ハルメンズ (Halmens) was a Japanese avent garde band that joined together in 1980. Their music is inspired by the new wave and art pop movement.…

  15. Moonriders (ムーンライダーズ) is a japanese rock band formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1975. The band was formed by Keichi Suzuki (鈴木慶一) (vocals, guitar), Toru…

  16. Denki Groove (Japanese: 電気グルーヴ, denki gurūvu, lit. "electric groove") is a Japanese techno-pop group influenced by Kraftwerk and YMO. Current…

  17. 1)たま (Tama) is an avant-folk group from Japan, formed in 1984.

    2) Tama (たま), formerly known as たまちゃん (Tamachan), is a Japanese female singer and…

  18. A Japanese techno-pop trio of the early '80s led by singer/songwriter Masami Tsuchiya, Ippu-Do was the missing link between Japan's Yellow Magic…

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    1) INU is a Punk/New Wave band from Osaka, Japan (they may also be tagged INU).
    2) Inu is an…

  20. Yapoos (ヤプーズ) is an experimental post-punk / synthpop band from Japan, formed by 戸川純 (Jun Togawa) in 1984.
    Influenced by the ero guro movement,…

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