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D promoting "Torikago Goten ~L'Oiseau bleu" (2011)
Left to Right: HIDE-ZOU, Tsunehito, ASAGI, Ruiza, HIROKI

D is a five piece Japanese rock band of the visual-kei variety with a metal sound. They formed in March of 2003 by former Syndrome vocalist ASAGI, and guitarists Ruiza and SIN. Having been an indies band on their own label GOD CHILD RECORDS for most of their career, D announced that they would sign with the major label avex trax in December of 2007, which later took effect in early 2008. On May 7th they debuted as a major band with their eighth single "BIRTH". In June of 2011, it was revealed that D had terminated their contracts with Smile Company and avex trax; they are now with their indies label.

Members

Current Members

Former Members

Biography

2003-2004

D was created in March of 2003 after ASAGI, Ruiza, and SIN wanted to continue being in the music scene after the disbandment of their former band Syndrome on November 18th, 2002. The original member line-up was ASAGI on vocals, Ruiza and SIN both on guitars, Lena (ex-PERSONA) on bass, and HIROKI (ex-S to M, ex-Aioria) on drums. Following their formation until their first official live, any activity D had was "secret activities".

Their debut live was in the "SHOCK JAM #001" event at Kawasaki CLUB CITTA' on April 6th. Other bands appearing were: LAREINE, Kagrra, Nightmare, and ElDorado. In the following days and weeks they performed four lives at various venues, those dates are: April 8th, April 10th, April 18th and May 10th. Some of the more well known bands they played with at this time were Kra, Nightmare, Fatima, Hanamuke, and Doremidan.

In June, guitarist SIN decided to leave the band and the music scene completely. Also around this time D's other guitarist Ruiza was hospitalized for unknown/unreleased reasons. The band still wanted to carry on, so they temporarily became Night of the children and aquired support guitarists HIDE-ZOU (ex-S to M) and tetsu (ex-Domestic†Child). The first activity with the new persona was played in the "I.D.PILOT DEAD ONE PRESENTS 2003" event at Osaka BIGCAT on July 7th with Vogus Image, LAREINE, R...Cafe, Inugami Circus-dan, and Nana.

D's first release, their first mini-album NEW BLOOD, was released on July 18th with only 100 copies on their own indies label GOD CHILD RECORDS. This is the first and only release of theirs to feature SIN as a member. The mini-album reached #226 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. In September D was made whole again when Ruiza returned from the hospital and only one of the support guitarists, HIDE-ZOU, joined the band and became SIN's replacement.

On November 27th they performed their first one-man concert live titled "Believe or not Believe" at Meguro Rockmaykan. It was here that they distributed "Alice" for free. Their year end activity started on December 15th with the MASK sponsored "Kamen Butoukai" event at Shibuya O-WEST. After a live at Takadanoaba AREA on the 24th, D participated in the "LooP OF HEAVEN 2003 FINAL" live at Harajuku ASTRO HALL on the 27th. 2003 concluded with two lives on the 31st, the first at Yokohama Akarenga Souko 1-goukan 3F Hall and the second at Takadanobaba AREA.

D promoting "Yume na Rishi Kuuchuu Teien" (2004)

2004 started off with the limited edition of their second mini-album Paradox on January 7th. It eventually reached #13 on the indies Oricon chart, and #187 on the major chart where it charted for a week. January 14th begat a small string of six lives starting at Hiroshima NAMIKI JUNCTION, it ended on February 15th at Esaka BOOMIN HALL. One of note was their one-man concert live called "Genjitsu to Higenjitsu no Paradox" at Takadanoababa AREA on January 24th.

February 18th was the date of their sponsored event, titled "Mad tea party vol.2", at Takadanobaba AREA. Other bands taking part were: GULLET, 12012, Gimmick, phylia, and DuelJewel. On the 18 they participated with many bands in the "EDISON NAGOYA ver.2" event at Nagoya E.L.L. The next day kicked off the TOUR-2004 CANNONBALL vol.1 tour, to support the eponymously titled compilation album. D had also contributed a song to the compilation. It was a short tour, starting on Sendai JUNK BOX and ending on March 6th at Nagoya E.L.L, hitting four stops.

Before the next tour they took part in, D played in Cuartet's sponsored first video release live "Meguro Kekki Shuukai vol.2" at Meguro Rockmaykan on March 13th. The next they the band played a live at Takadanobaba AREA. The tour, titled stylish wave CIRCUIT '04 Haru no Arashi, started on March 27th at OSAKA MUSE and ended on April 15th at Nagoya CLUB QUATTRO, hitting eight stops altogether.

D celebrated their first year together with an anniversary one-man concert called "Yume na Rishi Kuuchuu Teien" on May 6th at Shibuya O-WEST. During this live advanced copies of the limited edition of their debut single of the same name were sold. It was released normally on May 12th. This reached #5 on the indies Oricon chart, and #71 on the major chart where it charted for a week. After three lives on May 16th, 18th, and the 21st, they held the Sapporo edition of their anniversary live at Sapporo ABBEY ROAD on the 22nd.

All of June was a string of seven lives. It began on the 1st at Nagano JUNK BOX and concluded on the 25th at Takadanobaba AREA. The last live was actually the third volume of their "Mad tea party" sponsored events. Throughout the rest of the summer (July & August) D played a long list of lives. This string started on July 18th at Kumagai VOGUE and ended on August 31st at Takadanobaba AREA, hitting 19 stops along the way.

The fourth volume of their "Mad tea party" sponsored events was held on October 1st at Takadanobaba AREA. The other bands taking part were: BABYLON, DuelJewel, 12012, and Panic Channel. The only other activity during October was on the 9th, they were a guest at a ESAKA MUSE live. In November they performed a three date "TouNaSaka" (Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka) tour called Mayutsuki no Hitsugi. The dates/venues were: November 4th at Shibuya O-WEST, the 13th at Nagoya ell.FITS ALL, and the 23rd at OSAKA MUSE. At all three dates the same-titled single was sold, each cover differs according to where it was purchased.

Preceding the next release, the band played a secret live on November 27th at Meguro Rockmaykan. A second version of their NEW BLOOD mini-album, called NEW BLOOD ~second impact~, was released on December 8th. It was released as a limited edition and reached #124 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. The rest of December was a total of eight lives. They started on the 9th at Sendai HOOK and collectively ended on the 31st at HOLIDAY SHINJUKU.

2005-2006

The new year began with a live on January 7th at Shibuya O-WEST, and the release of the limited edition of their second single "Mahiru no Koe ~Synchronicity~" on January 12th. The single would reach #61 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. D then played three lives, taking up the rest of January. Those lives were on the 22nd, the 23rd, and the 26th.

On February 17th at Shibuya O-EAST, they performed their first one-man concert of 2005. It had the same name as their previously released single, and was held to promote and support the single. At this one-man "Shiroi Yoru" was distributed for free. March was all a string of eight lives and events. They started on the 8th at Sendai HOOK and ended on the 22nd at Nagoya E.L.L. Two events of note were the "Mad tea party Vol.5 ~Bara Yori Akaku~" and "Mad tea party Vol.6 ~Yami Yori Kuroku~" sponsored events that were at Takadanoaba AREA on the 12th and 13th respectively.

Both the regular editions of their NEW BLOOD ~second impact~ mini-album and their "Mahiru no Koe ~Synchronicity~" single were simultaneously released on April 6th. Following those releases was their second anniversary one-man concert tour THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. This tour spanned from April 9th at Sendai HOOK to May 1st at Shibuya-AX, hitting eight stops. The tour's finale was played on May 21st at LIQUID ROOM ebisu.

Taking the theme from the previous tour, D released their third single "Yami Yori Kurai Doukoku no A Cappella to Bara Yori Akai Jounetsu no Aria" on June 22nd. This is their first single to be released in two different editions simultaneously and it's the also the first to feature a DVD and a PV. It reached #81 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for two weeks. Three single release events were held to support and promote the single. They were on/at: June 22nd at Shibuya O-EAST, the 28th at Osaka MUSE, and the 29th at Nagoya E.L.L.

Soon after the release of the previous single, on July 23rd, Lena decided to leave the band. From here until late 2005 D would remain bassless, having HIDE-ZOU taking up bass during live performances and having their producer record the basslines for their releases. On August 7th D released the first volume of their self-produced magazine publication called Mad tea party MAGAZINE. The magazine features D and other visual-kei and indies Japanese rock bands.

In August the band had a coupling summer tour with D'espairs Ray called Gekka Souei. The tour spanned from the 8th at Sapporo KRAPS HALL to the 27th at KYOTO MUSE, altogether hitting six stops. In the midst of the tour, D had the seventh volume of their "Mad tea party" sponsored events on the 91th at LIQUID ROOM ebisu. Other bands participating this time are: D'espairs Ray, Phantasmagoria, and Vidoll.

After three lives, two at Osaka BIGCAT on August 22nd and 23rd, and the other at Nagoya E.L.L on August 24th, D started another one-man concert tour. It was titled Sub Rosa ~Bara no Na no Shita ni Tsudoe~ and was meant to promote and support the release of their debut full-length album, it would be released during the tour. It began on September 26th at Shibuya-AX and would conclude on December 5th with the finale also at Shibuya-AX, hitting nine stops. The finale itself was important, as it was announced that Tsunehito (ex-SCISSOR) joined the band as D's bassist.

In the album's tour, on the 28th, the band released the limited edition of their debut album The name of the ROSE. The effort reached #85 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for three weeks. On October 20th the second volume of Mad tea party magazines was released. The end of 2005 was met with two lives: one on December 24th at OSAKA MUSE, and the other on the 28th at Nagoya DIAMOND HALL.

2006 kicked off with a secret live on January 20th at Meguro Rockmaykan. On February 01 the band released two books, Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.3 and their first photobook titled "Earth tremor" ~MTPMα 01 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE BASSISTS & D"~. The first official live of the year was in the "SHOCK WAVE 2006~1st Stage" event on February 5th at Shinkiba STUDIO COAST. Other bands taking part were: D'espairs Ray, Phantasmagoria, Ayabie, and Nightmare.

D promoting Paradox and Yume na Rishi Kuuchuu Teien (2006)

With a new bassist, D decided to re-record and re-release their debut album The name of the ROSE on February 8th. It is the regular edition release of the album and features three bonus tracks. This effort reached #83 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for two weeks. The rest of the month was three volumes of the "Mad tea party" sponsored events. They were on/at: the 15th at Shibuya O-EAST (Vol.8), the 20th at OSAKA MUSE (Vol.9), and the 22nd at Nagoya E.L.L (Vol.10).

D started their third anniversary one-man concert tour Ultimate lover on March 20th at Shibuya O-EAST. It went until April 10th at Nagoya E.L.L, hitting eight stops. Before the tour finale, the band simultaneously released the regular edition of their second mini-album Paradox and a mini-album version of their debut single of the same name. This edition of Paradox reached #210 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. Yume na Rishi Kuuchuu Teien reached #198 on the major chart, where it also charted for a week.

They also released both the fourth volume of the Mad tea party magazines and their second photobook "Blitz ~Raikou~" ~MTPMα 02 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE GUITARISTS & D"~ during the one-man tour on May 10th. The mentioned one-man concert tour finale was held on May 21st at Nihon Seinenkan.

July 12th was a special date for D as there were three releases. The first was Ruiza's debut mini-album amenty gain. This reached #197 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. The other two releases were Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.5 and their third photobook "Blitz ~Raikou~" ~MTPMα 03 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE GUITARISTS & D"~.

The band then had another "TouNaSaka" tour, this one called from Dusk till Dawn. The tour was a six dates, two consecutive days at the same venue in the same town. It started on July 19th at Osaka MUSE and ended on July 30th at Nagoya ell.FITS ALL. August 3rd was the release date of their fourth single "Taiyou wo Okuru Hi". It reached #52 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for two weeks. The rest of August was entirely made up of "Mad tea party" sponsored events, volume 11 to 19. They began on the 4th at Sapporo KRAPS HALL and concluded on the 31st at Shibuya-AX. Some of the more prominent bands featured are: JILS, lynch., and Uchuu Sentai NOIZ.

On September 20th there was again three simultaneous releases. The first was ASAGI's debut solo single "Corvinus". It fared better than Ruiza's release, as this reached #76 on the major Oricon chart and charted for a week. The other two releases were the sixth volume of their Mad tea party magazines and their fourth photobook "Noir" ~MTPMα 04 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE VOCALISTS & D"~.

D's last tour of the year was titled Tafel Anatomie. It was held to support and promote the release of their second album, which would be release during the tour. This started on October 14th at Shibuya QUATTRO and ended on November 16th at KYOTO MUSE, altogether hitting 11 stops. On October 18th the band released the limited edition of their second album Tafel Anatomie. The regular edition would be released after the tour but before the finale, on November 22nd. The album reached #36 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for two weeks.

The tour's finale was performed on December 6th at Shibuya Koukaidou. It was an important live as it was their first to be filmed for a later DVD release. Also during the live "Ultimate lover" was distributed for free. D had also created and launched their official fan club, also called Ultimate lover, sometime ater the finale. On December 10th two books were released, the first was Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.7, and the second was their fifth photobook "Blanc" ~MTPMα 05 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE VOCALISTS & D"~. The year ended with the "Like an Edison presents 2006" event on December 26th at Nagoya DIAMOND HALL.

2007-2008

The year started with the band's first fan club sponsored event at Takadanobaba AREA on January 6th. This led into their third "YouNaSaka" tour, titled Another face in February. Each date had a different name, and they were on/at: the 16th at Kawasaki CLYB CITTA' and called "Pidgeon Blood Ruby", the 21st at Nagoya E.L.L and called "Royal Blue Sapphire", and the 24th at Osaka am HALL and called "Colorless Diamond".

In March, D had two more fan club sponsored events. They were both at Shinjuku LOFT on the 6th and 7th. On March 14th there were three separate things released, the first was their first live DVD "Tafel Anatomie TOUR 2006 ~12.06 TOUR FINAL Shibuya Koukaidou~". The other two releases were the eighth volume of their Mad tea party magazines and their sixth photobook "Volcano" ~MTPMα 06 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE DRUMMERS & D"~. The DVD reached #60 on the Oricon chart, where it charted for a week.

D promoting "Ouka Saki Some ni Keri" (2007)

April 25th was the release date of their fifth single "Dearest you". This reached #43 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for three weeks. To promote and support the release of the previous single, they held another "TouNaSaka" one-man concert tour of the same name. It was a three date tour, which were all at concert halls. The Dearest you tour started on April 30th at Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Geijutsu Hall and ended on May 7th at Tokyo Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Hall.

Throughout the rest of May and June was a string of performances in events, many of them D were only guests at. They collectively started on May 3rd at Hakata DRUM LOGOS for the SKULL ROSE sponsored event "ATOMIC CORE" and ended on June 17th at LIQUID ROOM ebisu for the "Fool's Fest 07~STAGE.2" event. One of the events of note was the "AREA 10th ANNIVERSARY" event at Zepp Tokyo on June 2nd.

A two consecutive month single release plan was started with the release of their sixth single "Ouka Saki Some ni Keri" on July 18th. It reached #39 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. D held a one-man tour titled Neo culture. It began on July 22nd at Shibuya O-EAST and concluded on August 14th at KYOTO MUSE, hitting 12 stops. On July 29th D released both Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.9 and their seventh photobook MTPMα 07 ~LOVERS~.

Before the tour's finale, they finished the two consecutive month single plan with the release of their seventh single "Schwarzschild" on August 15th. The single reached #40 on the major chart, where it charted for two weeks. They had also played a live on August 16th at CLUB24 Yokohama. The Neo culture tour finale was played on August 25th at Hibiya Yagai Daiongakudou.

Another batch of D's official fan club sponsored events were held during the tail-end of September. They were on/at: the 24th at Shibuya O-EAST, the 29th at OSAKA MUSE, and the 30th at Nagoya ell.FITS ALL. On November 3rd the band performed a special school festival live titled "EDEN" at Atomi Gakuen Joshi Daigaku Taiikukan (Atomi Gakuen Women's College Gymnasium). The live was sponsored by Atomi Ongaku Kanshou Kikabubu (Atomi's Music Appreciation Planning Department).

On November 7th the band released their third album Neo culture ~Beyond the world~. This reached #2 on the indies Oricon chart, and #31 on the major chart where it charted for two weeks. Like the last two album's eponymously titled one-man concert tours before it, the album had a one-man tour to support and promote the release. The tour began on November 15th at Osaka BIGCAT and concluded with the finale on December 21st at Zepp Tokyo, altogther hitting 11 stops.

D promoting "BIRTH" (2008)

At the finale, it was announced that D would become a major band in the new year and sign with the entertainment production company Smile Company and major label avex trax. This year ended with their performance in the "BEAT SHUFFLE LIVE SIDE 2007 ~9th Anniversary~" event on December 29th at Omiya SONIC CITY.

2008 began with three Ultimate lover fan club sponsored events. They were on/at: January 14th at Nagoya E.L.L, the 19th at OSAKA MUSE, and February 1st at Shibuya O-EAST. D's longest spanning tour to date was their last indies tour called Follow me. It started on February 23rd at HEAVEN'S ROCK Saitama Shintoshin VJ-3 and ended with the finale on May 5th at Akasaka BLITZ.

In the midst of the new tour, the band released the 10th volume of their Mad tea party magazines on March 12th. After the tour D released their major debut single, their eighth single "BIRTH". It reached #2 on the indies Oricon chart, and #8 on the major chart where it charted for four weeks.

On July 14th they performed at NHK Hall for the televised "MUSIC JAPAN ~Neo Visual-Kei Manatsu no Utage 2008~" event with other bands. Also during July was two "MATCH UP '08 -SUMMER SERIES-" events at Zepp Tokyo and Zepp Osaka on the 19th and 20th respectively. Other bands involved were abingdon boys school, HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR, jealkb, and Merry. July ended with the release of their second live DVD, "LAST INDIES TOUR 2008 Follow me ~05.05 FINAL Akasaka BLITZ~", on the 30th. The DVD reached #58 on the Oricon chart, where it charted for a week.

The only activity in August was their first live with major label backing. It was a major debut commemoration live called "BIRTH ~Sora e no Kaiki~" and was perfomed on the 2nd at Shinkiba STUDIO COAST. Likewise, in September, the only activity was the release of their ninth and second major single "Yami no Kuni no Alice / Hamon". This is their first double A-side release and it reached #9 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for four weeks.

Taking the theme of the previous single, D had a one-man concert tour titled Alice in Dark edge. It began on October 26th at Yokohama BLITZ and concluded with the finle on December 22nd at Shibuya C.C.Lemon Hall, hitting 16 stops. During the tour they took part in the "TOKYO CHAOS" event on November 16th at Shibuya-AX. The live was sponsored by Daiichikosho Karaoke Corporation.

2009

This year began with four separate releases in three consecutive months, though they aren't a part of any release campaign. The first of which was their 10th and third major single "Snow White" on January 21st. It was originally scheduled to be released last year in December, but was pushed back. The single reached #6 on the major Oricon chart, where it charted for three weeks. The second release is their major debut album, their fourth album Genetic World, on February 25th. It reached #11 on the major chart, where it charted for two weeks.

Both the third and fourth of the previously mentioned consecutive releases are connected with last year's Alice in Dark edge tour. The first of those releases is the live DVD "D Tour 2008 Alice in Dark edge FINAL DVD", while the second is the live album D Tour 2008 Alice in Dark edge FINAL ~LIVE ALBUM + PHOTO BOOK~. The DVD reached #105 on the Oricon chart, where it charted for a week. While the album reached #239 on the major chart, where it also charted for a week.

D started their first tour of 2009, Genetic World, on April 11th. Like the tours before it, this was meant to promote and support the release of their major debut album. It also has the most dates, starting at Kanagawa SUNPHONIX HALL and ending with the finale on June 21st, hitting 25 stops. During the tour the band participated in two events in May. The first was the "FOOL'S MATE 09 ~earlysummer scream~" event on the 22nd at Shibuya O-WEST, and the second was the Keasler Japan Limited presents "[-black:shaft-]" event on the 28th at Shibuya-AX.

The rest of summer was a couple of events and some lives. It started with their participation in the "NACK5 BEAT SHUFFLE LIVE SIDE EXTRA" event on July 24th at Shibuya-AX. The second event was also their second FOOL'S MATE magazine event participation of the year, it was called "Fool’s Fest 09 -midsummer dream-" and was on August 16th at Shinkiba STUDIO COAST.

D promoting "Tightrope" (2009)

The two lives during the summer were rescheduled one-man concerts in the Kansai region. During their Genetic World tour, there was an H1N1 Influenza outbreak in that region and the lives there were cancelled. The rescheduled lives where on Augsut 26th at KYOTO MUSE and the 27th at Kobe LIGHTHOUSE.

In September there were two events and a release. Event number one was one of their Ultimate lover fan club events at LIQUID ROOM ebisu on the 4th. Event number two was the "Think the water, Feel the music. LIVE for LOVE We support WaterAid" event at Yokohama Stadium on the 27th. The release was their 11th and fourth major single "Tightrope", which was released between the events on September 23rd.

October was filled with events, ending with a massive one. The first was the "FUJIYAMA MUSIC FESTIVAL 09" event on the 10th at Kawaguchiko STELLAR THEATER. The next two were their "Mad tea party" sponsored events on consecutive days starting on the 13th. The 20th volume was at Nagoya DIAMOND HALL and the 21st volume was at Osaka BICGAT. The month's final event was the huge "V-ROCK FESTIVAL '09" event at Makuhari Messe Kokusai Tenjijou 9・10・11 Halls on the 24th.

The lone activity in November was the 22nd volume of their "Mad tea pary" sposnored events. It was on the 7th at Shinagawa STELLAR BALL. Starting of the tail-end of the year was the release of their 12th single and fifth major single "Day by Day" on December 2nd. A three date winter tour titled Tightrope ~Mienai Chikara ga Ima Watashi wo Ugokasu~ was perfomed in December. The dates were on/at: the 4th at Osaka BIGCAT, the 11th at Nagoya BOTTOM LINE, and the 20th at Nakano SUNPLAZA HALL. The year concluded with the "Over The Edge '09" event at Shibuya C.C.Lemon Hall on December 31st.

Discography

Studio Albums

Best Albums

Live Albums

Mini-Albums

Singles

Other Singles

Video Releases

Compilations / Other

Publications

Books

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  • [2011.10.03] D TOUR 2011 VAMPIRE SAGA ~Path of the Rose~ Memorial Book

Photobooks

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  • [2006.02.01] "Earth tremor" ~MTPMα 01 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE BASSISTS & D"~
  • [2006.05.10] "Blitz ~Raikou~" ~MTPMα 02 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE GUITARISTS & D"~
  • [2006.07.12] "Blitz ~Raikou~" ~MTPMα 03 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE GUITARISTS & D"~
  • [2006.09.20] "Noir" ~MTPMα 04 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE VOCALISTS & D"~
  • [2006.12.10] "Blanc" ~MTPMα 05 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE VOCALISTS & D"~
  • [2007.03.14] "Volcano" ~MTPMα 06 SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK "THE DRUMMERS & D"~
  • [2007.07.28] MTPMα 07 ~LOVERS~
  • [2009.10.13] MTPMα 08 -SPECIAL PHOTO BOOK-

Magazines

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  • [2005.08.07] Mad tea party MAGAZINE
  • [2005.10.20] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.2
  • [2005.12.xx] Zy.[zi:] No.26 (Feature)
  • [2006.02.01] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.3
  • [2006.05.10] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.4
  • [2006.07.12] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.5
  • [2006.09.20] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.6
  • [2006.12.10] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.7
  • [2007.03.14] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.8
  • [2007.07.28] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.9
  • [2008.03.12] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.10
  • [2009.10.13] Mad tea party MAGAZINE Vol.11
  • [2010.03.xx] FOOL'S MATE 2010 May Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.09.xx] FOOL'S MATE 2010 November Issue (Feature)
  • [2010.10.xx] FOOL'S MATE December Issue (Feature)

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