Post-grunge unit Body fat Prop had been shaped in 2002 as the bandmembers had been going to college in Kagoshima, Japan. Using its punchy power chords and limited, aggressive appear, the group, which sings completely in English, is apparently influenced by U.S. punk-pop functions such as Great Charlotte and blink-182. Nearer to house, Japanese functions Ellegarden and Defeat Crusaders — for whom Unwanted fat Prop have opened up — will be the most obvious reference point points. Like Defeat Crusaders, Unwanted fat Prop differentiate themselves in the ratings of post-SoCal punk rings by incorporating components of synth pop to their audio — vocalist Tomohiro Imabeppu has keyboards while fronting the music group. Imabeppu met one of is own future Unwanted fat Prop cohorts, bassist Kenichiro Nagi, within the same school membership, and within 8 weeks these were playing their initial live present in Kagoshima, on Japan’s southernmost primary isle of Kyushu, which is normally geographically faraway from Tokyo. In 2003 the music group toured Kyushu as well as the tropical southern climes of Okinawa instead of heading to the administrative centre. It was just in 2004 a guitarist got into the flip, in Kouichi Mukai, financing the music group a rockier advantage. (An auxiliary guitarist, Shintaro Uehara, also performs on live times.) The group’s debut solitary, “Blue Seaside,” premiered in 2006, obtainable only in the Kagoshima branch of Tower Information. Largely by person to person, the solitary spent a month near the top of Tower’s graphs, moving 1,000 copies inside 90 days of launch. This launch was adopted up from the mini-album THAT IS Life, released countrywide within the self-employed NMNL Information label in early 2006. Extra fat Prop quickly embarked on the 30-day tour to market the album, aswell as dates assisting some wildly different-sounding Japanese works, including Sambomaster, Rhymster, Doping Panda, and 10-Ft. Another mini-album, Searching for Joy, adopted in 2007, before Extra fat Prop jumped dispatch to the Rubbish Museum label, a subsidiary of Avex. Drummer Akikane Uehara, previously of short-lived rock-band Road of Main and another group once authorized to Rubbish Museum, became a member of the music group in 2008. Extra fat Prop’s third mini-album, Modification the Future, premiered in 2008. That yr also saw Body fat Prop demonstrate their eco qualifications when they added the theme music to a Kyushu-only section of NTV’s Loves Conserve the Earth display.