NiNa certainly are a multinational pop supergroup formed in 1999 and featuring ’80s new influx music artists Kate Pierson of American music group the B-52’s, Mick Karn in the Uk group Japan, Takemi Shima and Masahide Sakuma from Japan group the Plastics, aswell seeing that Yuki from Japan ’90s J-Pop legends Judy & Mary. Pierson and Yuki talk about vocal responsibilities, Karn has bass, Sakuma handles guitar, keyboards, plus some bass, and program drummer Steven Wolf completes the musical lineup. Shima is certainly acknowledged as “conceptual and visible agent provocateur” in the record. Through the springtime and summer months of 1999 the group documented a self-titled record that premiered in late fall from the same calendar year. NiNa received pre-publicity through the addition of two of their music, “Content Tomorrow” and “Rest in Tranquility,” as the initial and second finishing themes from the anime version of the gaming series Arc the Lad. The record sold well, probably thanks mostly towards the huge media account of co-vocalist Yuki, whose various other band in those days, Judy & Mary, had been on the peak of their reputation. However, the intensely new wave-biased character from the lineup, in conjunction with the musical impact of key songwriter Sakuma, linked the music group in closely using the ’80s revivalist “Tokyo New Influx of New Influx” motion that was well-known in the indie music picture which produced Polysics, amongst others. NiNa had been quick to acknowledge this connection by appealing leading Tokyo New Influx of New Influx group Motocompo to open up for them in the Tokyo knee of their record discharge tour. The group hardly ever officially split, but activity ceased immediately after the promotional actions for the record had been finished, with Yuki time for Judy & Mary for just one more record and then introducing a solo profession. Other associates also returned with their very own tasks with Pierson functioning again using the B-52’s and Karn seeking his very own musical projects.