On December 26, 1987, the band participated in an audition held by CBS/Sony which led to a recording contract in August of the following year.
The band's breakthrough came in 1989 with the release of their second, and major debut, album Blue Blood, which reached number six on the Oricon chart and charted for more than 100 weeks.
The music involves a fusion of trip rock, breakbeat, and classical piano strings.
In September 2002, he joined the dance-oriented pop group led by Tetsuya Komuro, Globe.
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, better known by his stage name Yoshiki, is a Japanese musician, songwriter, composer and record producer.
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On April 21, 1993 he released his first original solo album, the classical studio album Eternal Melody, which was performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and produced by the Beatles producer George Martin.
The later single was a karaoke adaptation of the second orchestral song from the first single, but name credit went to TBS as it was the theme song to one of their dramas, recorded by the lead actors under the group name NOA.
Though his only contribution was the single "Seize the Light" and, after recording an album, they went on hiatus with Yoshiki not rejoining them afterwards.
On December 3 and 4, he held symphonic concerts with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, at Tokyo International Forum.