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表現 (Hyogen)

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Genre: Pop: Japanese Pop
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2. A Ra So Ray
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3. Shintenchi
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4. Mizu No Hito
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5. Sekai to Mawaru
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6. Ishikabe
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7. Tada Konoyoruni
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8. Nanyou Renka
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Hyogen
From 2005, Kuya and former guitarist Endo started the band in Tokyo. In 2008, Hyogen composed the entire soundtrack and performed in Yukina Sakai’s dance performance named "脈拍(Myaku-Haku, Pulse Beat)". Iwasaka-san, drummer, quit the band in 2009, and with the participation of accordionist Mayu, Hyogen began to perform in an acoustic style. In 2011, they traveled to London for the concert organized by Yuko Shiraishi, artist.

The first album "Hyogen" was released on January 2009. All songs were composed and performed by Baku Furukawa(Gt.), Kimiya Sato(Vo.&Vn.), Kuya Sonoda(Ba.), Masanori Iwasaka(Dr.). Mixed by Kazuhiro Abo, Artwork by Takahiro Sekine.

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