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The band would last until 2006, releasing four singles and one album.
As well, that the bomb never must be dropped again, and as his live supporting drummer Greg Ellis is American, singer Origa Russian, and him Japanese, that people from former enemy states can be friends.
He started his solo career in 1997 and has since collaborated with many artists. N., and in 2009 officially joined the heavy metal band X Japan. In addition to being known to experiment with many musical genres, mostly rock, psychedelic and electronica, he is known for his political ideas and views, being an anti-war, anti-nuclear and environmental activist.
In 2007 he became a member of the trance/world music act Juno Reactor, and of the Japanese rock supergroup S. He is also part of the psychedelic jam band Shag and the shamanic electronica unit S. in the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and his mother played cello in the same orchestra.
Although this might sound grandiose, nothing will make me happier than seeing all children around the world lead joyous lives.
Despite his father's disapproval, Sugizo acquired a bass guitar and an electric guitar, and began to teach himself how to play.
At the end of 2017, Sugizo released a solo album titled Oneness M, featuring a different vocalist on each song, including for example Toshi of X Japan and Teru from Glay.
He also asked the vocalists to contribute to the lyrics.
After Luna Sea went on break in 1997, Sugizo started his own solo career and opened the independent label "Cross" to produce other artists, as well as releasing his own records. On November 14, a compilation album inspired by the film, titled Parallel Side of Soundtrack was released, and the following year he released the single "Rest in Peace & Fly Away" featuring Bice on vocals.
He points out that the opening of his record label was one of his very important projects at the time, but not anymore. On August 11, 1999 a compilation album titled "Grand Cross 1999", which was sponsored by Sugizo's record label "Cross", was released, featuring many musicians with whom he had worked with before and many for the first time. That same year he produced the music for, as well as danced in, Suichoku no Yume, a production by the popular contemporary dance company H. Around late 2001 he formed the solo project Sugizo & the Spank Your Juice, with whom he toured with until 2004 and released three singles; "Super Love", "Dear Life" and "No More Machineguns Play the Guitar", which entered top 50 on the charts.
Sugizo has a daughter named Luna Artemis Sugihara, who was born on April 27, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan.