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Mucc

Members of the Japanese visual kei movement of the 2000s, Mucc have managed to stand out from the rest of the pack due to their flexible approach to songwriting, which has incorporated nu-metal, industrial, technical thrash, and even disco, all laden with catchy hooks. The band was formed in 1997 by vocalist Tatoo (in 2000, he changed his stage name to Tatsuro), guitarist Miya, bassist Hiro, and drummer Satochi, and was named after a character from a TV show (they're known as 69 as well, since "six nine" is pronounced as "mucc" in Japanese). Despite their youth -- in 1997, all the members were still in high school -- Mucc quickly obtained a deal with the Misshitsu Neurose label, thanks to the involvement of Ao from Cali Gari, who took interest in the band. That was only the beginning, because the time until 1999 was spent on live shows, demo tapes, and lineup shifts -- Hiro was replaced by Yukke -- but by the end of 1999 the band finally had released its studio debut, the Antique EP. It didn't chart, but it attracted the attention of the Japanese media.

Mucc delivered their debut full-length, Tsuuzetsu, in 2001, followed by another EP, Aishuu, that same year. The next album, Homurauta (2002), was released on Shu, the sublabel of Danger Crue, run by the band itself, and it sold out in under a month, prompting Universal to pick up the distribution for Mucc in 2003. That year, Mucc's major-label debut, Zekuu, featured a significant stylistic turn, putting off some older fans but bringing the band a lot of new ones: by the end of 2003, Mucc were sharing a festival stage with Gazette and Miyavi. A nationwide tour and the release of their fourth album, Kuchiki No Tou, both in 2004, established Mucc as a hard rock force big enough to be invited to the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany during the summer of 2005 (they've played more German and French venues as well) and gave the band the boost to push even harder. Mucc released three albums in 2005-2006, including 2006's experimental and stylistically varied Gokusai, and debuted in the States at the 2006 Otakon convention in Baltimore. They returned to Europe and the U.S. during the following year, and were featured in the massive European/American tour Taste of Chaos 2008 along with Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet for My Valentine, and D'Espairs Ray. In 2008 Mucc also played at the Hide Memorial Summit along with J-rock stars X-Japan, Luna Sea, and Dir en Grey, and released their eighth full-length, Shion. ~ Alexey Eremenko, Rovi
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yaricxar93
It's pernounced muku, so I guess close enough? I can't speak Japanese so I can't really say anything.

I was informed by a speaker of japanese that Six Nine is not pronounced mucc. PANDORA LIES!
Does anyone even speak Japanese?
Love MUCC. One of my favorite JRock band.
I love these songs! There awesome man, i really love japanese music >0<
I knew they sounded familiar. They do the ending theme for Zombie Loan
Darnyou sadly most Americans like bobonit are ignorant and closed minded on their ideas of music.
Why are Japanese bands so less droning than American indie and 3 chord bands.
Bobonnit couldn't be more wrong
They imitate no one and they don't suck mucc has some a pretty widespread fanbase wear as the American artists only have american/Eur o p e a n fans and very little of anywear else
Who cares?! They're freaking subarashii!! 8D
Imitating American artists that suck is not a good musical strategy
To those who are wanting more Mucc on Pandora, stop blaming Pandora. I'm an artist and looked into getting my own music on here. They can only add what is given to them by the artist and the artist has to pay for it. Want more Mucc? Contact Mucc.
MUCC is AMAZING!! :D
@qhall63: You're an idiot... This band freaking rocks!!! ^_^
Qhali63@fuck y o u . c o m eat a large one
... disco? really?
qhall63
Sounds like crap
Wow! Pandora keeps leading me to some freakin awesome Japanese bands!
sounds just like panic at the disco xD but a japanese version :)
mjunk6
Reminds me of a Japanese Panic!AtTheD i s c o
They sound like a Japanese avenged sevenfold
miri-ryuup
They are awesome xD <3 <3
Sounds awesome lol don't understand how this is relates to Devin Townsend or perfect circle but ok! XD
mlpsong
Sound kind of like a Japanese Flaw.
I rarely like music with vocals in it but this just to awesome to not like! :D
How did a Visual Kei band end up on my folk metal station? Ah well.
I like some songs, typical rock band, excellent vocals compared to most japanese male singers. Just wish it had a touch of electronica.
Love this!! Great vocals!!!!
146403289
It's easy for me to take a liking to them because I have listened to other visual Kei bands so this is just another band I can add to my list of Visual Kei bands
such a awesome song...even if i don't understand.. i still love it
love the song nirvana and mother!
Not bad. Me likey.
not bad not bad at all
there awesome they remind me of gackt lol
love them!
--__--....XD
This Is why I love Pandora, you find bands like Mucc that you never knew existed!
i so love them !!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
bittercandyh e r o
hm i just wanted to listen to some nice malice mizer and this poped up not bad > .> ty pandora
Just when I thought I grew out of the jrock phase, this band sort of.. dragged me back. haha.
f**k yeah MUCC
there needs to be more Japanese visual kei bands and the like. *throws fist at Pandora*
muuccccccc watashi no favorito!!!! ! ! ! !
bakachocosen s e i
I LOVE MUCC. These guys made me fall in love with the Japanese music scene and Visual Kei. Seriously Pandora, how can you guys not have more MUCC? Especially their Zekuu, Kyuutai, and Kuchihi no tou albums? Those are EPIC albums!
which naruto opening was it agsin i forgot!?!?
This is a cool band
you really need to get flow on here they made narutos' best opening and the same for code geass!
Hahha! I love your rhyme! I saw them once a couple years ago. I had the time of my life.
How can Pandora have the Best of Mucc if they don't have the Rest of Mucc??

haha it rhymed xD but seriously you should get more Mucc...
I wouldn't mind seeing more albums from them, Shion isn't even the new one anymore, that's Kyuutai, not only that, but I'm sure they will have another new one in a few months. With 9 albums you would think they would have more than just 1 album and a best of. How about the worst of?
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