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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Dilemma lyrics
    2Horizont lyrics
    3Ranchuu lyrics
    4Dakukuu lyrics
    5Syouhu lyrics
    6Hana lyrics
    7Kugatsu Mikka No Kokuin lyrics
    8Yakeato lyrics
    9Koibito lyrics
    10Isho lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Kuchiki No Tou [2004]
    2Antique/Antiiku second press [1999]
    3Antique/antikku first press
    5Tsuuzetsu [2000]
    6Aishuu [2001]
    7Houyoku [2005]
    8Kuchiki no tou
    9Houmura Uta [2002]
    10Zekuu [2003]


    The band was formed in Ibaraki in 1997. The original member line-up was TATTOO (Tatsurou) on vocals, Miya on guitar, HIRO on bass and Satochi on drums. In the following year, two demotapes were distributed.

    In February 1999, the band had their first live at Mito Lighthouse. Bassist HIRO left the band and was replaced by YUKKE, a childhood friend of Miya. In December, their first CD album "Antiiku" was released.

    In 2000, the band had their first interview in the monthly publication FOOL'S MATE, issue 221. TATTOO changed his name to Tatsurou. On 6/9 (9 June, known as MUCC day), they released their first CD single "Shoufu/Hai".

    In January 2001, MUCC puts out their first full album "Tsuuzetsu". A remastered and remixed version of this album was later released in June.

    In 2002, MUCC started their own original label "Shu", under Danger Crue records. On 6/9, a single "Suisou" was sold by the members themselves at Like an Edison in Shinjuku. On 9/6 (reverse MUCC day), a second album "Houmurauta" was released.

    In August of 2006, MUCC was the one of the musical guests of the anime convention Otakon in Baltimore, Maryland, playing two concerts at the Ram's Head Live with Nana Kitade. The third honored guest of the convention was Yoshiki (formerly of X Japan), who did not perform. In addition to their two live performances, the band also participated in a panel on Friday, August 4th, where fans asked them various questions, and held an autograph session immediately before their August 5th show.

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