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Bondage Fruit

Bondage Fruit
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Japanese avant-progressive band with touches of zeuhl in their sound. Their first album came out in 1994, and up to 2005 they released four more studio albums and a live set, along with a "best of" released in 1999. The band's line up consists of Kido Natsuki on guitar and synthesizer, Okabe Youichi on trap drum and percussion, Ohtsubo Hirohiko on bass, Takara Kumiko on vibraphone, percussion, and organ, and Katsui Yuji on violin and vocals.
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Bondage Fruit — VI Bondage Fruit — VI
(Maboroshi MABO-019, 2005, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — V: Skin Bondage Fruit — V: Skin
(Maboroshi MABO-013, 2002, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — IV Bondage Fruit — IV
(Musea GA 8627.AR, 1999, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — III: Récit Bondage Fruit — III: Récit
(Maboroshi MABO-020, 1997/2005, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — Selected Bondage Fruit — Selected
(Pangea Music OM-2016, 1997/1999, CD)
Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II
(Maboroshi MABO-006, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples
(Maboroshi MABO-001, 1995, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — Bondage Fruit Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit
(Maboroshi MABO-014, 1994/2002, CD)

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