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In early 1980s, Tetsuto KOYAMA (bass) came across a pop-punk singer named RORIE on the stage of an old rock cafe Muon in Yokohama. Her loud voices could ring his bell soon and plant a strong intention to form a duo with her in his heart. On the other hand, Takashi Satoh, the owner of Pinakotheca Records, called Tetsuto for recording a solo single of Wataru OHKUMA (guitars, keyboards; ex-Zettai Reido) in 1982. Tetsuto got so immersed in Wataru's avantgarde guitar solo or performance that he finally got determined to form a rock quartet.

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