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Help / Thread deletion AGAIN?
« on: August 30, 2008, 05:38:14 AM »
So, a couple days ago, there was a thread in the Taiji subforum that had "X no Sei to Shi" in the title (don't remember the exact title).  One of the newer forum members-- I'm pretty sure it was replicalover, but please correct me if I'm wrong-- had made a thread where she posted a link to that website that has English translations of Taiji's book, and copy&pasted a few chapters of it as well.

Today I noticed that her thread is gone.

Interestingly, you will notice in replicalover's profile that it says she has 11 posts-- but when you click "show the last posts of this person", only five posts appear.  Clearly, some of her posts have been deleted.

Why the hell was that thread deleted?  There is nothing in the rules that prohibits posting links to translations nor copy&pasting them in X Freaks.  The translations were not even unsourced, given that she included a link to the source webpage.

This gets even more fun when we remember the great pains that PN goes through to prevent any translations other than her own from appearing on X Freaks, as well as her aggressively negative attitude towards Taiji's book (X no Sei to Shi) in general.

So, why was that thread deleted, and who deleted it?  All signs point toward another case of PN (or someone acting on her behalf) randomly deleting stuff that didn't break any rules-- but hey, prove me wrong?

Help / Where's the next version of the rules?
« on: August 13, 2008, 09:51:27 PM »
So, now that it's been about two weeks since the rules poll closed-- you know, the one where 57.7% of voters had at least some issue with the new rules-- and nine days since the suggestion deadline passed...

Where are the admin proposals for the next version of the rules?  What's going on with everyone's suggestions?

Have I missed something here?

Help / Has Bizkitroach been de-adminned?
« on: July 19, 2008, 01:09:15 AM »
I just noticed that Bizkitroach's profile doesn't list him as an admin, nor even as a mod.  His "position" says only "Big Fan".  Am I looking in the wrong place, or has he been de-adminned?  And if so, did I miss the announcement about that?

Thanks in advance to whoever can clear this up for me.

The Last Live / RUMOR: Last Live played against X Japan's will?
« on: June 30, 2008, 06:58:50 PM »
On this thread, it was said:
Quote from: Hollywood
Do you have a source for this? Just curious, since you've worded it as a fact rather than a theory.
Lucs said this is off-topic for that thread (actually I agree) and to discuss it in the Last Live subforum, so, here we are. :)

I'm really curious about this statement that X Japan played the Last Live against their will.  (I figured to be on the safe side I'd put "RUMOR" in the topic until it's proven, but once it is, I'm sure we can safely take the rumor part out.)

Help / Question about thread deletion/removal
« on: June 30, 2008, 02:52:05 AM »
I've got a question about the thread deletion/removal policy.  Earlier today I made a thread in the Suggestions forum, which disappeared with no explanation or word (not even a PM).  I posted it again, and this time received a PM from AsukaMiyu saying that I must delete it immediately or she would.  I didn't, and so she did.  I'm told that the threads were moved to the mod subforum, but either way, they were removed from public view in under two hours.

I did receive a PM from Hypno after all this, and I want to thank Hypno for that, I truly appreciate it.

But I would like to ask about this publicly because it affects the whole forum, not just me.  I'm asking because of this rule:
3. It is not allowed to delete or edit out anything from another persons post without a prior notice of at least 24 hours by PM, unless is in harsh violations of the rules, in which case the user must still be notified by a PM (this includes, download links, outright spam and personal messages).

I wasn't given 24 hours notice and I'm not really sure why.  My post had no download links, spam or personal messages, nor did I hurl any personal insults.  For reference, I've posted it here.

It's unfortunate, because I'd really like for there to be a poll where people can vote on what they think of the new rules.  I think that'd be helpful for all involved, including the admins.

By the way, I'd like to request in advance that anyone replying to this post please not start up the personal attacks and not derail the thread with offtopic stuff.  Thanks.

Other Bands / LOUDNESS
« on: June 16, 2008, 07:15:03 PM »
There are some other Loudness threads but they're about very specific things, so I figured we should have a Loudness general thread.

So, there's a translated interview with Minoru on the (unofficial?) Loudness myspace, check it out!


Interview here

I like where he says that the music they do is the opposite of the "J-Pop" that's popular nowadays.  Fucking right it is. :twisted:

Suggestions / Suggestion: public explanations for moved threads?
« on: June 08, 2008, 05:36:41 AM »
Hopefully this isn't too much to ask, but is it possible that public explanations be given for times when threads are moved out of public view?  The only previous thread moves that I remember happening during my time here were when the X reunion concert and hide memorial summit threads were moved to the sharing section due to having links to streams and downloads and etc., and Hypno gave fair warning about those and explained why the threads would soon be moved.

Given that Bizkitroach had just made a post on Uncontrol's suggestion thread-- and that soon after that, the thread was moved by another admin-- I think that especially in situations like this one, unexplained thread moves like this could give users the wrong impression and make it look like admins are trying to censor the words of other admins.

Anyway, to make a long story short, I would like to suggest that public explanations be given whenever threads are moved, I think that'd be great.  Thanks for reading.

D.T.R. / Kenji Shimizu
« on: June 07, 2008, 05:49:49 PM »
Some news about Kenji Shimizu: according to Kenji on his blog, he's playing at a concert today at Prison Tokyo.  It's called "MASAKI NIGHT Vol.7".

This time it's:

MASAKI on bass - pretty sure this is the one from Animetal and Jacks'n Joker
YUKI on guitar
Souru Tooru on drums
Shimizu Kenji on keyboard

Taiji / KIxxANDCRY official myspace
« on: June 05, 2008, 08:37:19 PM »

You can hear samples of their songs there too.  Personally, I had to leave after the first "Genki! Genki! Genki desu ka!" chorus, but maybe someone else will enjoy it more than I did. :lol:

Other Bands / Keyboard or No Keyboard?
« on: June 04, 2008, 01:29:26 AM »
Uh, given that we're X fans, I guess I already know how this will turn out on an X forum. :P

But you know, it's one of the greatest epic conflicts in rock'n'roll, especially in metal:




How much is too much?  Is ANY keyboard too much?  Is there even such a thing as too much?  Can it be the main riff (Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark", Van Halen's "Jump", etc.)?  Were you annoyed when I implied that Yoshiki is a keyboardist because "he's actually a pianist"?

Where do you put the keyboard guy onstage?  Are those keyboards you can wear like a guitar cooler or less cool than a normal keyboard?

Or, you know, whatever keyboard issues I forgot.

D.T.R. / Drive to Revolution VHS
« on: June 04, 2008, 12:36:55 AM »
Now I have it. :twisted:  I mean the physical VHS tape, 'cause I'm so oldschool that I like things like that.  And I would totally show you guys the parts missing from this great thread darkcat made, except I live in a cave in the Pleistoscene era (56k connection + old computer + yes I really still have a VCR and still know how to program it).

Anyway I just wanted to ask you guys if you wanted me to go into detail about it (some kind of review I guess?), or if you had any specific questions about it that you always wanted to know, etc. etc.  If anyone's interested interested I'd be happy to write something like that, just ask. ;)

Just some random interesting observations I thought you guys might want to know:
- The quality is quite bad... on purpose.  I'm dead serious.  There is a fair amount of "grain" or "noise" in the picture on most of the songs, but NOT on a few of them (Empty Room, for one, which is as clear and noise-free as one can expect from VHS).  It honestly looks like this was some kind of, uh, "artistic choice"... maybe they wanted the video to look old and gritty, I have no idea.
- The band members shown and named on the back cover are Taiji Sawada, Mitsuo Takeuchi, Taiji Fujimoto, and Tomoyuki Kuroda.  Yeah, this is yet another different official DTR lineup. :lol: The liner notes also include Kenji Shimizu and Toshihiko Okabe as support members.  So Toshihiko was at some point demoted from full member (during the first album) to support, I guess?  Ouch.
- Kenji is waaaay far away from the rest of the band, I have no idea why. :P  He's on the upper-right part of the stage, up two flights of stairs from the main part of the stage.
- The video is 60 minutes.

So yeah, let me know if you want MOAR.  Since I don't have any way to show you the parts you haven't seen, I figure the least I can do is tell you stuff.

Other Bands / INTENTION!! LA-style metal band from Japan!
« on: May 30, 2008, 09:02:22 PM »
I've recently discovered these guys, and they rock so much that people need to know.

Official website: http://www.geocities.jp/ridetometal/

Official myspace: http://www.myspace.com/intentionmetal

They're a new indie metal band called INTENTION and don't seem to have a label yet.  So far they have one three-track single (on CDR) and one song on a compilation album, though apparently they have material for a new full-length album and are just looking for a singer (I guess the old one left) before they record.

So, discography:
INTENTION - Fire in the Sky, Intention Music Entertainment ID-003
Samurai Metal Vol. 2, Samurai Sound Association SSMC-9002

They play original '80s/'90s "LA metal", lyrics in English.  And seriously, they kick ass!!  They have their songs up on their myspace, I especially like "Final Destination".

So if you like them go friend them on myspace and tell them they rock, because good new bands like this need encouragement.

Suggestions / Suggestion: let people talk
« on: May 30, 2008, 01:54:12 AM »
I understand that Uncontrol's PanthereNoire thread may have seemed "repetitive" at points, but that thread was open for under 48 hours-- and was still active-- before being closed.

If anyone had wanted to voice their opinion on the issue and did not happen to log onto X Freaks within that very short window of time: tough luck, apparently.

It's easy to say that one is considering others' opinions, but preventing people from speaking on a topic (by locking the thread) delivers precisely the opposite message to users.  Locking a thread doesn't say "I am seriously considering all of your valued opinions".  It says "everyone shut up, I've heard enough and I don't care to hear any more".

If there is anyone with any further opinions on that subject-- or any other subject, for that matter-- I hope they will open their own threads and speak their minds about it.

Remember, the role of government is to serve the people; the role of forum leadership is essentially to serve the needs of the normal users.  Shutting up the normal users is never a constructive idea, especially not on a site which is built entirely around the notion of communicating with others.

Personally, I'd like to see that communication continue rather than be purposely stifled by the very people who are supposedly here to help this forum flourish and grow.  Respect the normal users enough to let them decide for themselves whether or not they have said all there is to say, and whether or not they have a desire for further discussion.

Pata / Pata beer clock!
« on: May 27, 2008, 09:44:33 AM »
DISCLAIMER: I don't know this guy, never done business with him, proceed at your own risk, etc. etc.

But this is just too perfect.  Now drinking time is all the time with your very own...

eBay: PATA 'S BREWERIES Beer andAle Clock

OK, seriously: why does it say Pata? :lol:  Is whoever manufactures this an X fan?  Is there some other drinking-related "Pata" that I don't know about?

hide / Your favorite hide songs?
« on: May 02, 2008, 07:03:19 PM »
Really, there's no topic like this already?

Seems like an appropriate day to talk/think about hide, so: what are your favorite hide songs?  Either X or non-X songs, whichever.

Other Bands / Misheard lyrics
« on: April 25, 2008, 06:57:54 PM »
If there's already a thread like this (couldn't find one), then merge or delete or whatever.

But I guess every music forum needs one of these threads, and most people here (me included) listen to weird shit that isn't on the usual misheard lyrics sites, so this could potentially get interesting.

Here's one of mine:

Loudness - Die of Hunger

I heard:
Die of hunger!

Actual lyrics:
See red
Death knell
See red
Die of hunger

Which doesn't make much more sense than cigarettes and dumbbells, really.

Other Bands / EZO (and Flatbacker)
« on: April 21, 2008, 06:19:48 PM »
So, after being only so-so on EZO for-- uh, something like 8 years? I think that's how long I've had their albums-- I'm suddenly waaaay into them.  Musical tastes are funny that way.

Were there really only two EZO albums?  Did they release any live videos?

Oh yeah, I like Flatbacker too (how many Flatbacker albums/videos were there, anyway?).  But strangely enough, nowadays I think I like EZO even more.

Any other EZO/Flatbacker fans?

And anyone know what the EZO/Flatbacker members are doing nowadays?  I heard something about Masaki Yamada in some band in New York... not sure whether or not it's true though.

Offtopic / Guitar tabs online?
« on: April 19, 2008, 07:54:03 PM »
Anyone know of some good websites for guitar tabs?

Glam metal/sleaze rock tabs would be especially great (and Japanese metal tabs, if possible?), but really, anything rock-oriented would be very cool.  I know there are some great tabs sites out there, I just forget which ones are the good ones.

Taiji / Goodbye, www.taiji-sawada.com ?
« on: April 11, 2008, 12:14:28 AM »
How long has www.taiji-sawada.com been gone for?  I just tried to go there for the first time in a while, and it's disappeared.  Weird.  Maybe he's ditched it in favor of the new blog and "channel" thing.

General chat / When did you get into X/X Japan?
« on: April 06, 2008, 11:28:38 PM »

I'm just curious, since there seems to be such a huge boom in new X fans lately (I think it's great, more people should know X), due I'm sure to their increased visibility with the reunion stuff... and maybe people discovering Yoshiki through SKIN, too?

I guess I'm curious whether X has been consistently making new fans through the years, or if it was more like nothing for a long time (especially when they were broken up?) and then suddenly BANG.

And you can count it however you want-- either from the first time you ever heard their name, or the first song you heard, or the point at which you felt that you became a fan, etc.  Whatever works for you.

Taiji / Taiji's blog: readers warned about moronic comments
« on: April 06, 2008, 08:06:44 PM »

Quote from: "Taiji's official blog"


T-Fenix Kazukiです。




T-Fenix Kazuki

A friend was kind enough to do a quick translation-- he's not fluent, but he's a whole lot better than Babelish at least.

Quote from: "Hollywood's friend translates..."


This is T-Fenix Kazuki.  Thank you very much for each of your views of Taiji's blog.

I respectfully report that Taiji's comments have been put up here on the Players TV "Attitude" channel:

A request:
Taiji himself is pleased by everyone's comments.
Originally we did not intend to allow comments, but due to strong demand from Taiji himself, comments can be posted.
Comments were entered that considered Taiji's feelings to be nothing and had the lowest possible level of manners, I think.
It shouldn't become like the previous official BBS...
Thank you very much in advance.

T-Fenix Kazuki

So check out the link for some "Attitude" stuff.

And about those comments on his blog... there are some serious assholes on there who keep posting "return to X Japan!"-- and in language that is not as respectful as it should be-- and other bullshit like that.

Since I know there are a lot of lurkers on this board, I really want to say, on the off-chance that some of those morons may be reading this:
If you're posting on his blog, please attempt to use your brain before posting something stupid.

Poor guy, he tries to move forward with his life and all he gets for his trouble are pages of people emo-ing about a band he's not even in.

If you get the chance, leave him some polite, positive comment about Cloud Nine or D.T.R or Attitude or something.

General chat / X and KISS naming coincidence?
« on: April 05, 2008, 08:13:39 PM »
So we all know what a KISS fan Yoshiki is, etc...

Someone I know in real life, who knows of both KISS and X, once asked me if X is named X because of KISS.

I had no clue what he was talking about. :P

And then he said, "You know how people write XOXOX at the end of love letters to mean 'hugs and kisses', and how O is a hug and X is a kiss...?"

I honestly had never thought of that before.  I thought that was really interesting, and it got me wondering: is there any possibility that Yoshiki had this in mind, or is it just a really appropriate coincidence?

Taiji / Taiji Official Channel
« on: April 03, 2008, 09:29:10 PM »

Not much there now, just a short preview clip thing.  Looks like it's going to be something similar to a Taiji-only youtube channel, and will show various clips of him and etc.

It's very new, just launched a day or two ago.

Time will tell how interesting this ends up actually being, but hey, I'm just happy to see Taiji's recent expansion of his web presence.  The fact that he's become more active again in promoting himself makes me wonder if there are new releases (or tours?) on the horizon.  Hope so...

D.T.R. / D.T.R introduction, info, and discography
« on: April 01, 2008, 10:00:40 AM »
With so many people joining this forum recently, I felt like posting a D.T.R intro thing, in case there's anyone out there who's curious about D.T.R but doesn't know where to start-- especially since D.T.R info can be hard to find.

And hey: these guys rock!  If you like rock/metal and are looking for something new to try, check it out.

D.T.R-- originally called DIRTY TRASHROAD-- is a Japanese metal band, founded by Taiji Sawada (TAIJI from X) in 1994.  They're relatively hard and heavy, but they also incorporate a lot of acoustic guitar and other country-western elements and themes.  "Cowboy metal" would be a good description, especially in their early days.

They released two full albums, one mini-album, one video, and one single.  After the second album, vocalist Mitsuo Takeuchi quit the band and D.T.R ceased activity soon after.  Taiji has said that he doesn't want to comment on why he decided to stop D.T.R.  A compilation album was released after the band stopped.

D.T.R re-started in 2005.  Since then they've performed some concerts, and they released a new single near the end of last year.  This new single is the only D.T.R material currently in print.

Taiji Sawada, Mitsuo Takeuchi, and Taiji Fujimoto are the only members to have performed on every release.

A note on the keyboardists: Kenji Shimizu played keyboard on the live tracks on the "Drive to Revolution" CD.  It seems that he may have been their live keyboardist for quite some time (more info really appreciated if anyone knows), though Shigeo Komori was used for the '90s studio tracks. Thanks Arucard.

The following are studio lineups, taken from the CD booklets:

Taiji Sawada: Bass (also credited for: A. Guitar, Tauras, Electric Sitar)
Mitsuo Takeuchi: Vocal
Taiji Fujimoto: Guitar (also credited for: 12A & 6A Guitar)
Toshihiko Okabe: Drums
Supported by
Ichiro: Guitar (also credited for: Slide Guitar, Mandolin, 12A Guitar, Blues Harp)
Shigeo Komori: Keyboard

Taiji Sawada: Bass, A. Guitar & Chorus
Mitsuo Takeuchi: Vocal, Chorus & Blues Harp
Taiji Fujimoto: Guitars & Chorus
Tomoyuki Kuroda: Guitars & Chorus
Supported by
Kazuhisa "Roger" Takahashi: Drums
Shigeo Komori: Keyboards & Programming

Current (WISDOM/LUCIFER) lineup:
Mitsuo Takeuchi: Vocal
Taiji Sawada: Bass
Taiji Fujimoto: Guitar
Tomoyuki Kuroda: Guitar
Kenji Shimizu: Keyboards
Roger Takahashi: Drums

Official websites:
D.T.R: http://www.dtrockers.com/ (good recent photos on the home and profile pages)
Taiji Sawada: http://taiji.blog.players.tv/
Mitsuo Takeuchi: http://www.mitsuotakeuchi.com/
Tomoyuki Kuroda: http://www.message-inc.co.jp/tomo/
Kenji Shimizu: http://dtr.way-nifty.com/
Roger Takahashi: http://www.k5.dion.ne.jp/~roger/


Polydor K.K., POCH-1337
3. I DO
11. APOCALYPSE (Revolution Stone)

DIRTY TRASHROAD~Acoustic (mini album)
Polydor K.K., POCH-1340
1. Circle of Nations
2. Empty Room
3. Running With The Wind
4. First Small Song
5. Towards Red Earth
6. Voiceless
7. Remind
Circle of Nations and Empty Room are different from the versions on the DIRTY TRASHROAD album.  Empty Room includes some Japanese lyrics this time.  Voiceless is a new version of the X song Voiceless Screaming, with different lyrics.

Polydor K.K., POVH-1044
9. APOCALYPSE (Revolution Stone)
Live video, taped on Sept. 12th 1994.

CHAIN <Kizuna>/I BELIEVE... (single)
Polydor K.K., PODH-1256
1. CHAIN <Kizuna>

Polydor K.K., POCH-1493
8. CHAIN <Kizuna>
11. VOICES FROM THE DEAD ~Dare ga Tame ni~

Polydor K.K., POCH-1583
2. APOCALYPSE~Revolution Stone (1st Album Version)
4. KILL TRAP (Remix)
5. BE FREE (1st Album Version)
6. CHAIN <Kizuna> (Remix)
7. DESERT RIVER (2nd Album Version)
8. CYBERNETIC CRIME (Live Version)
9. SO WHAT (Live Version)
10. VOICES FROM THE DEAD ~Dare ga Tame ni~ (Remix)
Compilation album, released after the band stopped activity.

No record label or catalog number.
Limited distribution.  Available at:
http://www.dtrockers.com (D.T.R's official site, seems to ship to Japan only)
http://www.mandrakeroot.co.jp/english/ (Third Stage, accepts international orders)
Note: I'm not responsible for what happens if you order from either of these, just providing links for your convenience.

Additions/corrections/thoughts/etc. welcome...

UPDATED: lineup stuff corrected/amended.
UPDATED: changed Sawada's official website to the current one (old one's gone now).

Taiji / Taiji's new blog, anyone else have trouble posting comments?
« on: March 31, 2008, 06:38:01 PM »
So he has a new blog: http://taiji.blog.players.tv/
Thanks to Camicat for pointing this out to me, I don't check his site regularly and hadn't noticed it.

And I felt like posting a comment. I know, it's silly, but I wanted to congratulate him or whatever, and show him that there are people overseas who like his music and want to see his bands live.  But whenever I try it, I get an error and it doesn't go through.  Has anyone succeeded (or has anyone else NOT succeeded) in posting a comment?  Is there some trick to it that I've gotten wrong, or am I just screwed for no particular reason?

D.T.R. / Mitsuo Takeuchi
« on: March 29, 2008, 01:29:12 AM »
Obscure question, but: does anyone know if it's significant that Mitsuo's name is now consistently ahead of Taiji's whenever the DTR members are listed?

All the albums have Taiji's name first, Mitsuo's second.  I didn't even notice until just now, but Wisdom/Lucifer has Mitsuo first, Taiji second.  It's also Mitsuo first, Taiji second on the profile and links pages on the official site.  The rest of the guys' names remain in the same order.

I know vocalists tend to be listed first anyway, but he wasn't before.  He's also in the center of all the photos now (which I didn't think was at all unusual-- he's the vocalist-- until I noticed the name thing).  I guess it's probably not significant, but it made me wonder if the band's leadership has transferred from Taiji to Mitsuo or something like that.

Other Bands / Early visual, yes or no?
« on: March 22, 2008, 07:31:54 PM »
So I always think to myself, "I hate modern visual kei but the old stuff was really cool", though if I'm to be honest I haven't even listened to any of "the old stuff" for... I don't know, a couple years now.

I had this scary thought yesterday: what if early visual was in my opinion of course dumb too but I just didn't realize it at the time?  That would suck.  Thus I decided to actually listen to some of it again and re-evaluate.

Anyone else had a similar relationship with visual?  Is it really just something you go through when you're younger and then grow out of like 99.9% of the visual bands themselves do?  Or not?

I'm starting to think some of it may actually have been good.  I just listened to "History of Extasy 15th Anniversary" again and thought it was pretty damn cool.  Though half those bands probably don't even count as "visual" I guess, and three of the songs are X anyway, so maybe that's cheating. :twisted:

Taiji / TAIJI with HEAVEN'S
« on: March 22, 2008, 06:54:21 PM »
That Taiji & Shu interview reminded me that I still don't know what "TAIJI with HEAVEN'S" is (or was), other than that it was some band Taiji performed with recently.  Anyone know anything about it, who was in it, what songs they performed, etc.?

Here's a youtube video taken from an issue of Rockin'f... it has some very brief shots of them rehearsing.  But mostly it's just Taiji posing for photos, which isn't my idea of excitement, given that his "posing" consists of making subtly different facial expressions. :P


D.T.R. / D_____ T_____ R_____
« on: March 19, 2008, 06:38:59 PM »
Yeah, I know, Dumb Thread, Right?

So we've got:
Dirty Trashroad
Daring Tribal Roar
Drive To Revolution
and concert names like Distance To Radiance and other ones that I forgot.

And I thought: Dude!  That's Repetitive!  So just for fun or whatever... name DTR's next album/concert!  Doesn't matter whether it's Dumb, Thoughtful, or Ridiculous.  Think it should be called Dave The Rhinoceros?  Drive-Thru Restaurant?

Personally, next time they do an album, I'd like to see...
Damn This Rocks :twisted:

Other Bands / Your fantasy band?
« on: March 17, 2008, 06:34:59 PM »
Like fantasy sports teams... but they're bands.  Just for fun.  Any genre, any number of musicians in the band.  Make THE ULTIMATE COOLEST BANDS EVER! :P  And unlike fantasy sports teams, there's no game and they don't do anything.  They just sit there in your post looking cool, and you get to be impressed with yourself for thinking of such a kickass band.

There's only one rule: you can't use more than one person from the same real-life band in a fantasy band.  So if you think of an ULTIMATE COOLEST BAND that has Pata in it, you can't have anyone else in it from X or PAF or Dope Headz or Ra:IN or something, or you CHEATED! :twisted:

There isn't already a thread like this, is there?  If there is then delete this one or merge or something.

So here's one of mine:
Vocals: Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
Guitar: Tak Matsumoto (B'z)
Guitar: Slash (GNR)
Bass: Taiji
Drums: Tommy Lee (Motley Crue)

I'm guessing it would take them approximately 2 days before they all (except for Tak) start fighting and break up.

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