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the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D

the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D

the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D


In 1999, Nishikawa announced the end of T.M.Revolution. He and Daisuke Asakura went on to form the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D (or TMR-e, for short). The name implied it was an “evolution” of TMR. Asakura also appeared in their music videos and performed alongside Nishikawa. Three singles were released under that name, all in 1999: Kagerō (陽炎 -KAGEROH-), Gekkō (月虹 -GEKKOH-), and Setsugen -winter dust- (雪幻 -winter dust-). Read more on Last.fm
In 1999, Nishikawa announced the end of T.M.Revolution. He and Daisuke Asakura went on to form the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D (or TMR-e, for short). The name implied it was an “evolution” of TMR. Asakura also appeared in their music videos and performed alongside Nishikawa.

Three singles were released under that name, all in 1999: Kagerō (陽炎 -KAGEROH-), Gekkō (月虹 -GEKKOH-), and Setsugen -winter dust- (雪幻 -winter dust-). Their only album, Suite Season, was released in February 2000. Nishikawa and Asakura started becoming more distant from each other, and Nishikawa reverted back to his original stage name in April 2000. Read more on Last.fm.

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