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'''Eroguro''' is a style often attributed to [[Angura-Kei]] bands, and the band [[cali=gari]] is often credited as being one of the 'fathers' of eroguro. The name comes from the words 'erotic' and 'grotesque' and refers to the frequent use of shocking imagery employed by eroguro bands, in both lyrics, live shows and videos.
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'''Ero Guro Nonsense''' (エログロナンセンス), most often shortened to ''Ero Guro'', is an artistic movement that started in [[Japan]] during the 1920's and 30's. The words are a combination of the contractions of the english words 'erotic' and 'grotesque' plus the word 'nonsense'. The movement is also shortened to just ''guro'', though that term is usually used to describe pornography. Ero guro is used to describe works that puts its focus on grotesque imagery shown in an erotic manner. Ero guro is closely linked to [[:Category:Angura-Kei|angura-kei]], as they are similar movements. The band [[cali=gari|cali≠gari]] is usually considered to be the "fathers" of ero guro when pertaining to music, while [[Togawa Jun]] has popularized the movement in the 1980's.
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==<span class="mw-headline">Bands</span>==
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''These bands are usually considered to be in the eroguro style''
 
 
 
* [[cali=gari]]
 
* [[Merry]]
 
* [[MUCC]]
 
 
 
[[Cateogry:Dictionary]]
 

Latest revision as of 02:08, 18 June 2013

Ero Guro Nonsense (エログロナンセンス), most often shortened to Ero Guro, is an artistic movement that started in Japan during the 1920's and 30's. The words are a combination of the contractions of the english words 'erotic' and 'grotesque' plus the word 'nonsense'. The movement is also shortened to just guro, though that term is usually used to describe pornography. Ero guro is used to describe works that puts its focus on grotesque imagery shown in an erotic manner. Ero guro is closely linked to angura-kei, as they are similar movements. The band cali≠gari is usually considered to be the "fathers" of ero guro when pertaining to music, while Togawa Jun has popularized the movement in the 1980's.