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PSY・S

PSY・S

PSY・S


Psy•S (often written as "Psy-S" or "Psy S" in English due to the lack of the Japanese dot "•" on most western keyboards) was a popular Japanese band, formed in 1983 by Masaya Matsuura alongside female vocal powerhouse Chaka (a pseudonym used by Mami Yasunori). After Japanese hits and successes throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, they disbanded in 1996. The musical style of Psy•S was an experimental mixture of electronic synthesizers, highly accomplished electric guitar riffs, and haunting, piercing vocals. Read more on Last.fm
Psy•S (often written as "Psy-S" or "Psy S" in English due to the lack of the Japanese dot "•" on most western keyboards) was a popular Japanese band, formed in 1983 by Masaya Matsuura alongside female vocal powerhouse Chaka (a pseudonym used by Mami Yasunori). After Japanese hits and successes throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, they disbanded in 1996. The musical style of Psy•S was an experimental mixture of electronic synthesizers, highly accomplished electric guitar riffs, and haunting, piercing vocals. For the uninitiated, examples of their music can be found on services such as YouTube, under the Japanese spelling (the dot between Psy and S included). Psy•S is perhaps best known in the West for their soundtrack to the cult favourite anime title To-y (adapted from Atsushi Kamijo's popular 1980s manga). The anime's opening theme, Lemon no Yuuki, and ending song Cubic Lovers are seen amongst Western anime fans and Jpop enthusiasts as two of Psy•S' all-time greatest songs.

Also of note is the fact that frontman Masaya Matsuura went on to create several famous video games for the Sony Playstation. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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