History Creator / ExtasyRecords

5th Sep '17 12:38:45 PM SeptimusHeap
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The label was closed to bands other than XJapan starting around 1993, around which most of the bands signed had disbanded, gone on hiatus, otherwise failed, or found other labels or went indies once more. It would be reopened around 1996-97, with an attempt at internationalizing and signing non Visual rock bands - during this time, it signed KidneyThieves and AbandonedPools among others, while de facto signing one major VisualKei band out of Japan - Music/DirEnGrey, and one Korean rock band, Music/{{Trax}} (which had a drummer, No Min Woo, who, at the time, looked like a younger version of Yoshiki even enough to spawn -false- rumors about his being Yoshiki's son).

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The label was closed to bands other than XJapan Music/XJapan starting around 1993, around which most of the bands signed had disbanded, gone on hiatus, otherwise failed, or found other labels or went indies once more. It would be reopened around 1996-97, with an attempt at internationalizing and signing non Visual rock bands - during this time, it signed KidneyThieves and AbandonedPools among others, while de facto signing one major VisualKei band out of Japan - Music/DirEnGrey, and one Korean rock band, Music/{{Trax}} (which had a drummer, No Min Woo, who, at the time, looked like a younger version of Yoshiki even enough to spawn -false- rumors about his being Yoshiki's son).
21st Dec '16 4:30:58 PM darkchiefy
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** X Japan itself continued on the label alongside being signed to Sony/Columbia Records and Atlantic Records, before breaking up in 1997 and only reuniting many years later in 2008.

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** X Japan itself continued on the label alongside being signed to Sony/Columbia Records and Atlantic Records, Creator/AtlanticRecords, before breaking up in 1997 and only reuniting many years later in 2008.
28th Dec '15 4:59:47 AM Morgenthaler
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Around 2004, the label folded, with all international projects either failing or signing elsewhere, and Music/DirEnGrey having moved to Creator/FreeWillRecords. The label would be reopened in 2007 for a VioletUK project, and now appears to exist only (now as X Project) for Music/XJapan's non-{{EMI}} and non Warner Media releases, Yoshiki's classical works, and Music/VioletUK.

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Around 2004, the label folded, with all international projects either failing or signing elsewhere, and Music/DirEnGrey having moved to Creator/FreeWillRecords. The label would be reopened in 2007 for a VioletUK Music/VioletUK project, and now appears to exist only (now as X Project) for Music/XJapan's non-{{EMI}} and non Warner Media releases, Yoshiki's classical works, and Music/VioletUK.
1st Nov '15 1:19:27 AM jormis29
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One of the first bands signed was DynamiteTommy's {{COLOR}}, which would soon break from the label along with its founder to create a rival label, itself very important to the foundation and development of VisualKei: Creator/FreeWillRecords.

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One of the first bands signed was DynamiteTommy's Music/DynamiteTommy's {{COLOR}}, which would soon break from the label along with its founder to create a rival label, itself very important to the foundation and development of VisualKei: Creator/FreeWillRecords.
10th Feb '15 1:48:21 AM RevolutionStone
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29th Dec '14 1:57:30 PM Patachou
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* Music/{{Virus}}

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1st Dec '14 9:53:06 PM RevolutionStone
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Around 2004, the label folded, with all international projects either failing or signing elsewhere, and Music/DirEnGrey having moved to Creator/FreeWillRecords. The label would be reopened in 2007 for a VioletUK project, and now appears to exist only (now as X Project) for Music/XJapan's non-{{EMI}} releases, Yoshiki's classical works, and Music/VioletUK.

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Around 2004, the label folded, with all international projects either failing or signing elsewhere, and Music/DirEnGrey having moved to Creator/FreeWillRecords. The label would be reopened in 2007 for a VioletUK project, and now appears to exist only (now as X Project) for Music/XJapan's non-{{EMI}} and non Warner Media releases, Yoshiki's classical works, and Music/VioletUK.
3rd Feb '14 3:41:42 AM RevolutionStone
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31st Jan '14 3:42:22 AM RevolutionStone
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** Tokyo Yankees and Grand Slam went on as indies acts within Japan, both maintaining a somewhat lesser degree of success and going on hiatus at points, but both survived as such until 2007, when the original vocalist of Tokyo Yankees died, and Grand Slam disbanded. Tokyo Yankees would reunite sharing vocal duty among the surviving members and the occasional guest, and Grand Slam occasionally reunites to some degree for one-off events.

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** Tokyo Yankees and Grand Slam went on as indies acts within Japan, both maintaining a somewhat lesser degree of success and going on hiatus at points, but both survived as such until 1997 when Grand Slam disbanded and 2007, when the original vocalist of Tokyo Yankees died, and Grand Slam disbanded.died. Tokyo Yankees would reunite sharing vocal duty among the surviving members and the occasional guest, and Grand Slam occasionally reunites to some degree for one-off events.
31st Jan '14 3:40:36 AM RevolutionStone
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** X Japan itself continued on the label, before breaking up in 1997 and only reuniting many years later in 2008.

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** X Japan itself continued on the label, label alongside being signed to Sony/Columbia Records and Atlantic Records, before breaking up in 1997 and only reuniting many years later in 2008.
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