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A genre of music based on visual artistry and stagecraft being as important as the music, which originated in Japan but can be and is used by non-Japanese musicians.

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A genre of music based on visual artistry and stagecraft being as important as the music, which originated in Japan UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} but can be and is used by non-Japanese musicians.



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A genre of music based on visual artistry and stagecraft being as important as the music, which originated in Japan but can be and is used by non-Japanese musicians.

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Visual kei, or Visual Style, is an artistic movement that began among Japanese HardRock and HeavyMetal musicians by the use of make-up, elaborate hair styles and flamboyant costuming, which claims performance and visuals should be equal to sound. It would later spread to other genres and to artists from outside of Japan.

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Visual kei, or Visual Style, is an artistic movement that began among Japanese HardRock A genre of music based on visual artistry and HeavyMetal musicians by stagecraft being as important as the use of make-up, elaborate hair styles and flamboyant costuming, music, which claims performance originated in Japan but can be and visuals should be equal to sound. It would later spread to other genres and to artists from outside of Japan.is used by non-Japanese musicians.

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Visual kei, or Visual Style, is an artistic movement that began among Japanese HardRock and HeavyMetal musicians by the use of make-up, elaborate hair styles and flamboyant costuming, which claims performance and visuals should be equal to sound. It would later spread to other genres and to artists from outside of Japan.

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