Regardless of their name, extracted from Edith Piaf’s most well-known song, japan act La Vie en Rose were always a punk band in mind, although Kyohsuke, the primary songwriter, allowed periodic influences from hardcore to techno to sneak in. The group was created in 1994 by high-schoolers Ke2 and Dairy (both guitars) along with Oyaji (vocals), the second option soon changed by Shinichi. Bassist Takeshi became a member of in the summertime before Oyaji still left, with Kyohsuke (drums) pestering his method in by the finish of 1994. The group instantly debuted live, however in 1995 Shinichi give up, changed by Yuta, whose inclusion stabilized La Vie en Rose more than enough so they can start recording demonstration tapes, however the lineup shifts continued, with Dairy and Takeshi departing to be changed in 1996 by Ken (bass), from the neighborhood music group Mad Ness, and Takato (electric guitar), who lasted significantly less than a season and acquired no permanent substitution. Two more many years of concerts and demonstration work implemented until La Vie en Rose released their initial record, Hitoshi 1sei — 5sei, in 1998. Its follow-up, L Mega Combine, was another 3 years in the producing, developing in 2001, nonetheless it marked the start of their prolific record streak: they released the albums L Style in 2002 and Viva!! L Field in 2004 as well as the EP Gunjouki in 2003. Despite as an indie music group, La Vie en Rose guaranteed for themselves a good i’m all over this the J-rock picture, playing live with such well-known serves as Mucc, Cali Gari, and Plastic material Tree. Nevertheless, since 2002 the bandmembers begun to drift aside. Yuta and Kyohsuke both set up session rings: Yuta’s group, Anny’s Ltd., included associates of Kalimero, Jinkaku Radio, and Ooparts; and Kyohsuke’s GeKiGaKutai clothing was a joint task with associates of Three9, Kalimero, and Mucc. La Vie en Rose slowed nearly to a halt in 2004, and even though they maintained another studio room full-length, Barairo No Jinsei, in 2005, another season they announced their disbandment, which, ironically, prompted another burst of activity, with last record Atarashii Asa, a best-of Compact disc, a Dvd movie, and a Compact disc/DVD container all developing in 2006, marketed by an enormous tour. In 2006-2007 La Vie en Rose also kept three reunions, most of them getting one-off displays. Ke2 became a member of River, Ken founded Pandemic, and Kyohsuke founded Usagi.