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Interpose+
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Interpose (often styled interpose with and without a plus sign) was formed in 1986 by Kenji Tanaka (guitar) and Sato Katsu (drums), who had played together in a band called Libido. They recruited other musicians, but after playing a few shows in the late 90s and recording a track for a tribute album, the other left. Tanaka and Katsu started again, but after a few more performances the band ceased activity. It wasn't until 2001 that the project reconvened (adding the plus sign to the name). The band has continued with varying personnel since.
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Releases on file (5)
Interpose+ — Memories in the Wind Interpose+ — Memories in the Wind
(Musea Parallele MP 3297, 2015, CD)
Interpose+ — Live 2008 Interpose+ — Live 2008
(Poseidon PPS-005, 2008, DVD)
Interpose+ — Indifferent Interpose+ — Indifferent
(Musea FGBG 4706.AR, 2007, CD)
Interpose+ — Interpose+ Interpose+ — Interpose+
(Musea FGBG 461.AR, 2005, CD)
Various Artists — Canterbury Edge Various Artists — Canterbury Edge
(Made in Japan MIJ-1019, 1988, LP)

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