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Dead End

Deceased End was a prototypical Japanese melodic rock band in the 1980s, and something of many of their ilk to obtain a little taste of worldwide exposure within the wake of Loudness’ world-wide success. Produced in 1984, the music group released their local debut record, Deadline, the next year, and originally highlighted vocalist Motoyuki Ohtsuka, bassist Tadashi Masumoto, guitarist Takahiro, and drummer Masaaki Tano. The last mentioned pair were shortly changed by Yuji Adachi (electric guitar) and Masafumi Minato (drums), respectively, which lineup was in charge of a trio of internationally distributed studio room LPs (1987’s Ghost of Love, 1988’s Shambara, 1989’s No) and something eponymous live record that capped their profession in 1990. Through everything, Dead End still left barely a tag upon the era’s cluttered rock landscape, however their albums stay favored by some serious enthusiasts.

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