Cymbals

シンバルズ

This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.jvcmusic.co.jp/-/Artist/A012794.html

Discography of Cymbals:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Well-Done 7 Audio 2003-09-00
2 Mr.Noone Special 12 Audio 2000-09-21 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
3 That's Entertainment 14 Audio 2000-01-21 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
4 Neat, Or Cymbal! 7 Audio 1998-06-03 LD&K
5 Missile & Chocolate 7 Audio 1998-12-15 LD&K
6 I'm A Believer 4 Audio 1998-04-25 LD&K
7 Winter Day Song 4 Audio 1998-11-25 LD&K
8 What A Shiny Day 3 Audio 1999-05-08 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
9 午前8時の脱走計画 3 Audio 1999-06-23 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
10 Rally 3 Audio 1999-08-25 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
11 My Brave Face 3 Audio 1999-12-01 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
12 Do You Believe In Magic? 3 Audio 2000-04-21 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
13 Highway Star, Speed Star 3 Audio 2000-08-23 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
14 Higher Than The Sun E.P. 4 Audio 2001-08-22 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
15 Wingspan 4 Audio 2002-06-05 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
16 Love Thing 2 Audio 2002-10-23 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
17 Mr.Noone Special 13 Audio 2000-09-21 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
18 Love You 12 Audio 2003-05-21 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
19 Requests! 17 Audio 2003-09-03 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
20 Respects 7 Audio 2001-03-23 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
21 Well-done 7 Audio 2001-11-21 Victor
22 Anthology 21 Audio 2003-12-25 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
23 A "By-Product" E.P. 6 Audio Not On Label
24 Visualized! 9 Audio 2000-12-16 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
25 Visualized! 13 Audio 2000-12-16 Victor Entertainment, Inc.
26 Video Anthology 11 Audio 2003-12-25 Victor Entertainment, Inc.


Cymbals was a Japanese rock band active from 1997-2003. The trio was composed of vocalist Toki Asako (土岐麻子), bassist/guitarist Okii Reiji (沖井礼二), and drummer Yano Hiroyasu (矢野博康). Like other Japanese bands which emerged in the late 1990s (including Clammbon and Hermann H. & the Pacemakers), Cymbals were strongly influenced by the British pop-rock sounds of the 1960s. Despite solid songwriting and album production, they never scored a true "hit", which eventually resulted in the band's breakup in September 2003. They played a final 90-minute farewell concert at Shibuya O-East on January 20, 2004. The group's members remain musically active – Toki as a solo artist, Okii as a producer (for Toki and others), and Yano as a session drummer and producer.


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