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Luna Sea

Luna Sea is a legendary Japanese rock band that formed in 1986 by high school students J and Inoran. Just five years later, the group were noticed by visual kei godfather, hide, and the group signed to X Japan mastermind Yoshiki's own label,Extasy Records, releasing their self-titled debut album in 1991.The group's time on Yoshiki's label made the group gain even more exposure,and, in 1992, the group signed to the major label, MCA Victor, and released their second album, "Image", that year. The album broke the Oricon top 10 at number 9, and, from this point on, the group were considere ...read more

Luna Sea is a legendary Japanese rock band that formed in 1986 by high school students J and Inoran. Just five years later, the group were noticed by visual kei godfather, hide, and the group signed to X Japan mastermind Yoshiki's own label,Extasy Records, releasing their self-titled debut album in 1991.The group's time on Yoshiki's label made the group gain even more exposure,and, in 1992, the group signed to the major label, MCA Victor, and released their second album, "Image", that year. The album broke the Oricon top 10 at number 9, and, from this point on, the group were considered to be true visual kei icons. By the turn of the 1990's, the group experienced true rock super stardom, starting with the group's 1994 single, "True Blue", peaking at number 1, becoming the group's first number 1 single. In 1996, the group released their single, "End of Sorrow", which was certified platinum since its release. From this point on, the group dominated the Oricon top 5, with the lowest-selling singles of theirs during this span, 2000's"Tonight" and "Love Song", ranking at number 4. In 2000, the group announced its indefinite hiatus, although the group become bona-fide rock superstars, and are arguably among one of visual kei's most successful bands in the genre's history. In 2007 and 2008, the group had brief reunion shows, and, in 2010, the group reunited, and the group released its first single in over a decade, "Promise", in 2011, which was released to help with the Japanese earthquake benefit funds. A year later,the group released two more singles to impressive success, and are one of Japan's most successful and well-known rock groups in modern music history, as well as being true visual kei pioneers. « hide

Similar Bands: Ryuichi Kawamura, Sugizo, J, hide, Inoran

LPs
Luv
2017

3
4 Votes
A Will
12/11/2013

3.8
10 Votes
Luna Sea (Self Cover)
2011

3.6
4 Votes
Lunacy
2000

4.3
17 Votes
SHINE
1998

4.1
21 Votes
Style
1996

4.1
24 Votes
Mother
1994

4.3
52 Votes
Eden
1993

4
29 Votes
Image
1992

4.2
25 Votes
Luna Sea
1991

4.1
24 Votes
EPs
THE ONE -crash to create-
03/21/2012

4.5
4 Votes
Shade
1989

2.5
1 Votes
Lunacy (Demo)
1989

3
1 Votes
Live Albums
Never Sold Out 2
2014

3.8
2 Votes
3D in Los Angeles
2011

Never Sold Out
1999

4
1 Votes
Compilations
25th Anniversary Ultimate Best -The One-
2014

Complete Best
2008

Another Side of Singles II
2002

3.7
9 Votes
Period: The Best Selection
2000

5
1 Votes
Singles
1997

4
1 Votes

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