Fairy Fore were a appealing Japanese rock-band that mixed the happy-go-lucky atmosphere of J-pop using the musical stylistics of visible kei. The group was around for a long time, and had attained a amount of identification, but didn’t have the ability to hold a well balanced lineup and folded after ten years running a business. The music group was produced in 1994 in Tokyo by Takashi (vocals; after that known as Rei), Yasu (bass), Yoko (drums), and Yuhki (guitars), and originally bore the tongue-twisting name Fir-Reforle. They droned in the Tokyo picture for five years, playing concert events and launching demos that didn’t actually have them anywhere, however they finally place things in movement around 1999, when Yuhki was changed by Akihide. In 2000, they followed the name Fairy Fore and lastly got an effective record out — the EP Loop premiered on the Special Kid label, which also housed Pierrot and Plastic material Tree. The interest they’ve received at this time was more than enough to rating a gig with Avex and also have their first major-label one, “Love Ill” (2001), highlighted in the anime series Devil Kids; the second one, “Vivid” (2001), have scored a slot machine in the ultimate Illusion: Unlimited anime. From then on, Fairy Fore had been finally in a position to release the correct full-length — Heavens Marketplace arrived in 2002, times before the solitary “Aircraft” was found in Beyblade 2002 — plus they performed a countrywide tour, but Akihide opted to give up in 2003. He was changed by Eiji, who arrived on board simply with time for a significant touring spell in 2004, but he didn’t hang in there long enough to become there for the next full-length, Kono Hana ga Karerumade, that was released in 2005 and demonstrated the group’s last recording. Fairy Fore disbanded the same yr. The users didn’t stop music: Akihide performed in Never Property, Yasu became a member of Beauty Maniacs and later on Acalli, and Yoko joined up with Orpheus.