Unicorn were often labeled “prog rock and roll” within their heyday, but never within the Ruler Crimson feeling: the music group became the definitive J-rock band of the past due ’80s/early ’90s by packaging several influences to their music, which ranged from rockabilly and ska to punk and new influx. Strong hooks, a geniune Japanese vibe present on afterwards albums, and crazy live energy and a feeling of laughter also factor to their superstardom, that was big more than enough to propel the band’s reunion record towards the tops from the graphs 16 years once they divide. The group was founded in 1986 in Hiroshima by Teshima Isamu (electric guitar), Nishikawa Koichi (drums), Mukai Midori (keyboards), Horiuchi Kazushi (bass), and Okuda Tamio (vocals/electric guitar). By 1987, these were found by CBS/Sony, which they debuted in 1987 using the shiny new influx record Growth, which wasn’t extremely cutting-edge at that time, but helped the music group advance. They shifted to Tokyo exactly the same yr, transformed keyboardists in 1988, adding Abi Yoshiharu towards the lineup, and released their second, a lot more noticed album ANXIETY ATTACK, which paved just how for the best breaktrough Hattori (1989), a crazy hodge-podge of designs. It sold doubly many copies as its forerunner, but Unicorn topped themselves commercially just as before with Kedamono no Arashi, which benefitted from a far more focused audio, and scooped several honours in 1990; the music group swiftly adopted it with a set of EPs, Odoru Kame Yapushi and also have a Nice Day time (both 1990), later on re-released about the same CD, and released the 5th full-length Toge to Boin in 1991. But different musical passions finally started to draw Unicorn aside, and in 1993, after liberating Springman, they known as it each day. Tamio and Kazushi proceeded to operate solo; Koichi became a member of Vanilla, and Yoshiharu caused a couple of tasks including Abex Proceed Go, completed in cooperation with Sparks Proceed Go. Unicorn met up once again in ’09 2009 and released the recording Wao.