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Ground Zero
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Ground Zero (often printed Ground-Zero) was a jazzy noise rock unit formed by Otomo Yoshihide in 1990 and disbanded after their last concert in 1998. Personnel varied and featured a mixture of electronic, jazz, and traditional Japanese instruments.
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Ground-Zero — Last Concert Ground-Zero — Last Concert
(Alcohol ALGZ1CD, 1999, CD)
Ground Zero — Consume Red Ground Zero — Consume Red
(ReR Megacorp GZ2, 1997, CD)
Ground-Zero — Plays Standards Ground-Zero — Plays Standards
(ReR Megacorp GZ3, 1997/2002, CD)
Ground-Zero — Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver. 1.28 Ground-Zero — Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver. 1.28
(ReR Megacorp ReR GZ1, 1996, CD)
Ground Zero — Null & Void Ground Zero — Null & Void
(Tzadik TZ 7204, 1995, CD)
Ground Zero — Ground Zero Ground Zero — Ground Zero
(God Mountain GMCD-002, 1992, CD)
Cassiber — Live in Tokyo Cassiber — Live in Tokyo
(ReR Megacorp CGZ2, 1992/1997, 2CD)

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