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* SelfBackingVocalist: Kita and Yamada mostly provide backing vocal, but Gotoh did this trope on Rewrite and Re:Re from ''Sol-fa 2016''



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** ''Hometown'' (2018)



** ''Literature/TheTatamiGalaxy'': "Maigo Inu to Ame no Beat"[[note]]A Lost Puppy and the Beat of the Rain[[/note]] from ''Magic Disk''

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** ''Literature/TheTatamiGalaxy'': "Maigo Inu to Ame no Beat"[[note]]A Lost Puppy Dog and the Beat Beats of the Rain[[/note]] from ''Magic Disk''



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Kita as lead vocals on, "Uso to Wonderland", "Seaside Sleeping", "Time Traveler", "Hakkei" and "Omatsuri No Ato", all of them are B-sides from the band's singles.

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Kita as lead vocals on, "Uso to Wonderland", "Seaside Sleeping", "Time Traveler", "Hakkei" and "Omatsuri No Ato", all of them are B-sides from the band's singles. Yamada has this opportunity on "Yellow".


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* VocalTagTeam: While Gotoh is the lead singer, Kita and Yamada sang lead occasionally.
** On "Night Diving", Gotoh duet with Kita.
** On "Yellow", Yamada sing verse while Gotoh and Kita sing the chorus.


** Also, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Breakfast Minority"]].

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** Also, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Breakfast Minority"]].



* LyricsVideoMismatch: "''Kimi No Machi Made''" is about a guy who wants to fly over to his lover's town like a bird. The music video, on the other hand, is about a synchronized swimming duo persevering despite [[CrowningMomentOfFunny getting attacked by a giant lobster in the middle of a competition]].

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* LyricsVideoMismatch: "''Kimi No Machi Made''" is about a guy who wants to fly over to his lover's town like a bird. The music video, on the other hand, is about a synchronized swimming duo persevering despite [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments getting attacked by a giant lobster in the middle of a competition]].


Outside of Japan, they are best known for their songs "''Haruka Kanata''", "Rewrite", and "After Dark", which were used as opening songs for the ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', and ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' anime respectively.

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Outside of Japan, they are best known for their songs "''Haruka Kanata''", "Haruka Kanata", "Rewrite", and "After Dark", which were used as opening songs for the ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', and ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' anime respectively.



** "Re:Re:": 'Kimi janai to sa'.
** "Rewrite": From Landmark era until now, they extended the bridge section with more guitar solo and Gotoh made call and response with fans, 'mebaete ta kanjou kitte kuyan de... (''fans repeating'') shosen tada bonyou shitte naite... (''fans repeating'')',

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** "Re:Re:": 'Kimi 'Woohoo... whoaa... kimi janai to sa'.
sa... woohoo... yeaaah...'.
** "Rewrite": From Since Landmark era until now, they extended the bridge section with more guitar solo and Gotoh made call and response with fans, 'mebaete ta kanjou kitte kuyan de... (''fans repeating'') shosen tada bonyou shitte naite... (''fans repeating'')',


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* CluckingFunny: Gotoh has partner up with a chicken in the "Easter" video.


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* CrossOver:
** Hello Hello, Fujisawa Loser's b-side, is a full English song with The Rentals.
** All Right part 2 features Eriko Hashimoto of Chatmonchy for their compilation ''Nano-Mugen Compilation 2011'' and then they add it to ''Landmark''.
** They had a single called "Wake Up!" with Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra.


* {{Hello}}: The b-side from "Fujisawa Loser" and collaboration with The Rentals.



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->''Knowing that memories are things,\\
That don't remain in eternity,\\
I kept scratching my head,\\
And cried in the corner of my heart,\\
Days I asked you not to lose,\\
That passed by below the elevation,\\
I regret them- I missed the chance to tell you that day''
-->"Re:Re:"



* EpicInstrumentalOpener: "Siren", "Siren 2", and "Gekkou".

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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: "Siren", "Siren 2", "Siren#2", and "Gekkou"."Gekkou".
* EpicRocking: "Kimi to Iu Hana", "Siren#2", and "Gekkou" are more than 6 minutes.


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* {{Hello}}: The b-side from "Fujisawa Loser" and collaboration with The Rentals.


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* TitleTrack: "I'm Standing Here", "World World World", "Mada Minu Ashita ni", "Magic Disk" and "Wonder Future".


* CallBack / ContinuityNod: "All Right Part2" makes references to "Blue Train", "Tightrope", "Mafuyu no Dance", and "Maigoinu to Ame no Beat". In addition, Yusuke Nakamura occasionally does this with their album art:

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* CallBack / ContinuityNod: "All Right Part2" Part 2" makes references to "Blue Train", "Tightrope", "Mafuyu no Dance", and "Maigoinu to Ame no Beat". In addition, Yusuke Nakamura occasionally does this with their album art:



* Splash of Color: "Mirai no Kakera"'s music video nearly all Black and White, but there are lines and little scenes with red color.
* Step Up to the Microphone: Kita as lead vocals on, "Uso to Wonderland", "Seaside Sleeping", "Time Traveler", "Hakkei" and "Omatsuri No Ato", all of them are B-sides from the band's singles.

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* Splash of Color: SplashOfColor: "Mirai no Kakera"'s music video nearly all Black and White, but there are lines and little scenes with red color.
* Step Up to the Microphone: StepUpToTheMicrophone: Kita as lead vocals on, "Uso to Wonderland", "Seaside Sleeping", "Time Traveler", "Hakkei" and "Omatsuri No Ato", all of them are B-sides from the band's singles.


The band has released six studio albums and five [=EPs=].

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The band has released six 8 studio albums and five [=EPs=].



** ''I'm standing here.'' (2001)

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** ''I'm standing here.Standing Here.'' (2001)



** ''Houkai Amplifier''[[note]]Decay Amplifier[[/note]] (2002)

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** ''Houkai Amplifier''[[note]]Decay Amplifier''[[note]]Destructive Amplifier[[/note]] (2002)



** ''Mada Minu Ashita ni''[[note]]Toward an Unseen Tomorrow[[/note]] (2008)

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** ''Mada Minu Ashita ni''[[note]]Toward ni''[[note]]Into an Unseen Tomorrow[[/note]] (2008)



* AnimatedMusicVideo: "Atarashii Sekai".

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: "Atarashii Sekai".Sekai" and "World World World".



* CallBack / ContinuityNod: "All Right Part2" makes references to "Blue Train", "Tightrope", "''Mafuyu no'' Dance", and "''Maigo Inu To Ame no'' Beat". In addition, Yusuke Nakamura occasionally does this with their album art:

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* CallBack / ContinuityNod: "All Right Part2" makes references to "Blue Train", "Tightrope", "''Mafuyu no'' "Mafuyu no Dance", and "''Maigo Inu To "Maigoinu to Ame no'' no Beat". In addition, Yusuke Nakamura occasionally does this with their album art:



* ADayInTheLimelight: "''Uso to'' Wonderland", where Kita is the lead singer.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: "''Uso to'' "Uso to Wonderland", where Kita is the lead singer.



* EpicInstrumentalOpener: "''Siren''", "''Siren 2''", and "''Gekkou''".
* FadingIntoTheNextSong: "''Tabidatsu Kimi e''" → "Neoteny" and "World World" → "''Aru Machi no Gunjou''".

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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: "''Siren''", "''Siren 2''", "Siren", "Siren 2", and "''Gekkou''".
"Gekkou".
* FadingIntoTheNextSong: "''Tabidatsu "Tabidatsu Kimi e''" e" → "Neoteny" and "World World" → "''Aru "Aru Machi no Gunjou''".Gunjou".



* LongTitle: ''The Time Past and I Could Not See You Again'' and Korogaru Iwa, Kimi ni Asa ga Furu[[note]]Rock'n Roll, Morning Light Falls on You[[/note]]



* PowerBallad: "''Gekkou''" and "Tightrope".
* ProtestSong: "No.9", "''Wakusei''", and "N2".
* RockMeAmadeus: "''Gekkou''" opens with a snippet of "''[[PublicDomainSoundtrack Clair de lune]]''".

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* PerformanceVideo: The 2016 version of "Rewrite"
* PowerBallad: "''Gekkou''" "Gekkou" and "Tightrope".
* ProtestSong: "No.9", "''Wakusei''", "Wakusei", and "N2".
* RockMeAmadeus: "''Gekkou''" "Gekkou" opens with a snippet of "''[[PublicDomainSoundtrack Clair de lune]]''".



* SmokingIsCool: In the music video for "Solanin", Kita is randomly shown smoking.
* StudioChatter: "''Maigo Inu to Ame no Beat''" starts with [[SpokenWordInMusic Gotoh's count-off ("Check, check, check...One, two, two")]]. Also, "''Yuigahama Kite''" ends with the members' laughter.
* SurrealMusicVideo: "''Atarashii Sekai''".

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* SmokingIsCool: In the music video for "Solanin", "Solanin" and "Loser", Kita is randomly shown smoking.
* Splash of Color: "Mirai no Kakera"'s music video nearly all Black and White, but there are lines and little scenes with red color.
* Step Up to the Microphone: Kita as lead vocals on, "Uso to Wonderland", "Seaside Sleeping", "Time Traveler", "Hakkei" and "Omatsuri No Ato", all of them are B-sides from the band's singles.
* StudioChatter: "''Maigo Inu "Maigoinu to Ame no Beat''" Beat" starts with [[SpokenWordInMusic Gotoh's count-off ("Check, check, check...One, two, two")]]. Also, "''Yuigahama Kite''" ends with the members' laughter.
* SurrealMusicVideo: "''Atarashii Sekai''"."Atarashii Sekai".



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** ''Wonder Future'' (2015)
** ''Sol-fa 2016'' (2016)



* AnimatedMusicVideo: "''Atarashii Sekai''".

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: "''Atarashii Sekai''"."Atarashii Sekai".



** ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': "''Haruka Kanata''"[[note]]Distant Horizon[[/note]] from ''Houkai Amplifier''

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** ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': "''Haruka Kanata''"[[note]]Distant "Haruka Kanata"[[note]]Distant Horizon[[/note]] from ''Houkai Amplifier''



** ''Anime/TekkonKinkreet'': "''Aru Machi no Gunjou''"[[note]]A Town in Ultramarine[[/note]] from ''World World World''

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** ''Anime/TekkonKinkreet'': "''Aru "Aru Machi no Gunjou''"[[note]]A Gunjou"[[note]]A Town in Ultramarine[[/note]] Blue[[/note]] from ''World World World''



** ''Literature/TheTatamiGalaxy'': "''Maigo Inu to Ame no'' Beat"[[note]]A Lost Puppy and the Beat of the Rain[[/note]] from ''Magic Disk''
** ''Manga/{{Erased}}'': "Re:Re" from ''Sol-fa''
* BigYes: Most famously at the beginning of "Understand", though there are many others.

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** ''Literature/TheTatamiGalaxy'': "''Maigo "Maigo Inu to Ame no'' no Beat"[[note]]A Lost Puppy and the Beat of the Rain[[/note]] from ''Magic Disk''
** ''Manga/{{Erased}}'': "Re:Re" from ''Sol-fa''
''Sol-fa 2016''
** ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': "Blood Circulator"
* AudienceParticipationSong: Fans sing along
** "Haruka Kanata": 'Iki isoide shiboritotte...'.
** "Loop & Loop", fans shout 'Shimatta' before they go wild at the chorus.
** "Re:Re:": 'Kimi janai to sa'.
** "Rewrite": From Landmark era until now, they extended the bridge section with more guitar solo and Gotoh made call and response with fans, 'mebaete ta kanjou kitte kuyan de... (''fans repeating'') shosen tada bonyou shitte naite... (''fans repeating'')',
* BigYes: Most famously at the beginning of "Understand", though there are many others.
** Almost every "Re:Re:" live version, Gotoh replaced 'Fusagareta kyou o uranda' with 'Yeah yeaaah'.



* ConceptVideo: A few, especially "''Shinseiki no'' Love Song".

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* ConceptVideo: A few, especially "''Shinseiki no'' "Shinseiki no Love Song".


* TenderTears: Gotoh is a sensitive guy...He cried when watching ''This Is It'' despite not being a fan of Michael Jackson.

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* TenderTears: Gotoh is a sensitive guy...He cried when watching ''This Is It'' despite not being a fan of Michael Jackson.Music/MichaelJackson.


* JapaneseChristian: Kiyoshi.

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* JapaneseChristian: UsefulNotes/JapaneseChristian: Kiyoshi.

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** ''Manga/{{Erased}}'': "Re:Re" from ''Sol-fa''


* FakeBand: [[BeastieBoys "Kiyostie Boys"]], which is really just them wearing sunglasses, with Gotoh playing the drums and Kiyoshi singing.

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* FakeBand: [[BeastieBoys [[Music/BeastieBoys "Kiyostie Boys"]], which is really just them wearing sunglasses, with Gotoh playing the drums and Kiyoshi singing.


* CutSong: "''Kaiga Kyoushitsu''" and "''Dōdōmeguri no Yoru''" were cut out of ''Sol-fa'' and ''Fanclub'', respectively. Luckily, they got put on ''Feedback File''.



* OneHitWonder: "Haruka Kanata" to most Americans. Believe It!
* OneOfUs: Gotoh's written in his blog about accidentally breaking his PSP multiple times. He also has a Gameboy SP.

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