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Yoshiki Interview: Yoshiki Classical

Barks.JP has a great interview with Yoshiki focusing on his upcoming release, Yoshiki Classical. [excerpt] In the case of X JAPAN, you have certain regulations that go along with having drums, piano, and guitar as well as needing to make sure Toshi’s vocals fit with the pieces, but when you as YOSHIKI do classical pieces, …

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Yoshiki live event at Grammy Museum in L.A.

Yoshiki will appear at a special event at Los Angeles’s Grammy Museum on August 26 to discuss his work with X Japan and his new album Yoshiki Classical. Ticket info and press release: http://www.grammymuseum.org/events/detail/the-drop-yoshiki Although known as the founder of Japan’s biggest rock band X Japan and credited as the catalyst for the flamboyant visual …

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Yoshiki unveils wax figure in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Yoshiki, Leader of X Japan, unveils his wax figure in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong HONG KONG (26 May 2012). Yoshiki, leader of legendary visual rock band X Japan, attended the unveiling ceremony of his wax figure in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong today. Mesmerized by the striking resemblance and liveliness of his wax figure which will …

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X Japan wins the “Best International Band” Award at the Golden Gods Awards

X Japan took home the award for Best International Band Wednesday night at the Golden Gods Awards, becoming the first Asian band to ever be nominated for a Golden Gods Award. The band beat out internationally acclaimed Rammstein (Germany), Lacuna Coil (Italy), Sepultura (Brazil), Behemoth (Poland), and Meshuggah (Sweden). “Thank you Revolver. Thank you so …

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X Japan becomes first Asian band nominated for Golden Gods Award

X Japan becomes first Asian band nominated for Golden Gods Award April 5, 2012 – X Japan has been nominated for Best International Band at the Golden Gods Awards alongside Rammstein (Germany), Lacuna Coil (Italy), Sepultura (Brazil), Behemoth (Poland), and Meshuggah (Sweden). X Japan is the first band from Asia to ever be nominated for …

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