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Omega Tribe + Sugiyama Kiyotaka - 1984 - Aqua City (Split) [APN]

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    RECORD INFORMATION

    Aqua City
    Release Date : 1984

    Recorded 8th February~18th July 1983.Mastered using Sony PCM-1610.this release is mastered with pre-emphasis
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    Omega Tribe + Sugiyama Kiyotaka Biography

    "Omega Tribe was a Japanese soft rock and city pop project that was led by producer Koichi Fujita, with the bands being handled by industry veterans Tetsuji Hayashi, Tsunehiro Izumi, and Hiroshi Shinkawa at different times. The project was active during the early 80's to the late 90's, having several hits during its lifespan with the help of lyricists, composers, and arrangers. The band underwent several core member changes as well as name changes, with the band changing vocalists three times with the introductions of Kiyotaka Sugiyama in 1983, Carlos Toshiki in 1986, and Masahito Arai in 1993. The band has also had many offshoot bands that have stemmed from members collaborating. Many works released from the band were focused on the theme of summer, sea, and resorts, being noted as one of the leading bands with summer songs along with Southern All Stars and Tube. They have also been called one of the pioneers of Japanese soft rock in the 1980s." [i]From Wiki [/i]

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    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Vap

    Japanese label, VAP stands for "bV/bideo bA/budio bP/broject"
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