See all Asian Kung-Fu Generation concerts. Asian Kung-Fu Generation formed in is a Japanese alternative rock four-piece who are known for combining the influences of Western punk and melodic indie rock — hailing from Yokohama, Japan. Rock resonates in a big way in Japan and one of the countries most consistent and successful alt-rock bands is the Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Perhaps an ironic band name choice, nobody is particularly sure yet their …. Read more.
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Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a Japanese band formed in by Masafumi Gotoh lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist , Kensuke Kita lead guitarist and backing vocalist , Takahiro Yamada bassist and backing vocalist , and Kiyoshi Ijichi drummer. The band is critically acclaimed and commercially successful in Japan. Their popularity peaked around , but they are still doing well. They host the Nano-Mugen Festival each summer. Musicians and bands from Japan, America, and the UK come to perform; each act contributes one song to make up a compilation album released to advertise the festival. Outside of Japan, they are best known for their songs " Haruka Kanata ", "Rewrite", and "After Dark", which were used as opening songs for the Naruto , Fullmetal Alchemist , and Bleach anime respectively. Sign In Don't have an account?
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Fujisawa Loser. Kugenuma Surf. Enoshima Esker. Yuigahama Kite. Songs in bold are previously released singles.
The urgency of the songs were complemented by the balanced nature of the overall album, creating their most mature release as of late. Upon its debut, the album topped the Oricon charts for two weeks straight and produced four singles, with sales reaching over , copies by its third week. With the LP, AKG also finally succeeded in outreaching to international audiences, a goal they had attempted in earlier English indie releases but were met by little response [ verification needed ]. The support for Ajikan eventually resulted in Tofu Records striking a contract to release Sol-fa in the United States on October 18,