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Keiyuu last won the day on July 7 2014

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  2. Belcute
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  6. Is this for physical releases or rips? :v
  7. Oh god! o_o This is really interesting and unexpected. Originally this band was formed by KYON and a guitarist called YU-TA in April 1991 under the name TRASH. Then YOU (bass) and AKO (vocal) joined and they released their only demotape as TRASH. Im November 1994 they changed their name to MARY RUE and in February 1995 original member YU-TA left and was replaced by RYO. Under this lineup they released a tape and a CD in the late 90s. I'm not really sure when they disbanded, probably shorty after their CD release (97-99?). Also sometime in the late 90s or early 00s their song KISS was re-recorded by A-UNIT, a band led by MARY RUE's vocalist AKO. I don't know whether other members were involved because it was only released on some obscure omnibus tape which does not state any member names. :/
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    2. doomsoul136


      O-o Hahaha lulz. Maybe it looks like its been through kisakis hand with all them scratches all over it  XD 

    3. Keiyuu


      The same seller actually sold some questionable L~CYFER tape few days ago, so your assumption wouldn't be that far off lol https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/o195264716

    4. doomsoul136


      XD thats funny although  I never really heard of L~Cyfer so im not sure

  8. I can't believe I just spotted something on your list I'd like to buy. xD PM sent~
  9. Whut? Did he join La'Mule with 15? lol
  10. IKUYA, guitarist and composer from the Nagoya band Ti+Dee (1991~1995):
  11. Not only the singer (Jui), but also their guitarist Camus was in this band. Camus wrote the music in De-vine and decided to rerecord his song with Luinspear, which led to that live-distributed 1-track single "Luvis". Aside from what CoolKill3rX listed, they had a few more songs which were never recorded but some of them are available als terekos. I can't tell you why they disbanded, but their activity period was from September 1999 to somewhere in 2001 and they were from Sendai (like NIGHTMARE). And some minor but maybe interesting fact: A younger brother of Luinspear's guitarist Camus played in another Sendai-based vk band called ze零ro.
  12. Ehm, even your own countries Amazon has MUCC available. They have some stuff released by a European (German) label, which shouldn't be expensive here in Europe.