Kagrra,

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Kagrra,
Background information
Also known as Crow
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Rock, traditional[1]
Years active 1998–2011
Labels PS Company, Columbia, King,
CLJ (EU)
Past members
Isshi†
Akiya
Shin
Nao
Izumi

Kagrra (神楽 kagura?, followed by a comma on album art and promotional material) is a Japanese rock band and part of the country's visual kei movement. It was originally signed to the now defunct Key Party Records under the name "Crow". The group changed its name when it signed to Free-Will's PS Company division.[2] They have since released several albums, EPs and singles, along with multiple video releases.

Members[change | edit source]

  • Isshi (一志) – vocals
  • Akiya (楓弥) – guitar
  • Shin (真) – guitar, koto
  • Nao (女雅) – bass
  • Izumi (白水) – drums

Discography[change | edit source]

Albums and EPs[change | edit source]

Title Release date Label
Nue (鵺) December 1, 2000 PS Company
Sakura (桜) March 3, 2001 PS Company
Irodori (彩) October 3, 2001 PS Company
Kirameki (煌) May 1, 2002 PS Company
Gozen December 11, 2002 PS Company
Ouka Ranman (桜花爛漫) September 24, 2003 PS Company
Miyako (京) March 03, 2004 Columbia
San (燦) July 20, 2005 Columbia
Shizuku (雫) February 14, 2007 Columbia
Core January 9, 2008 King Records

Singles[change | edit source]

Title Release date Label
"Kotodama" (恋綴魂) June 21, 2000 PS Company
"Genwaku no Joukei" (幻惑の情景) April 27, 2001 PS Company
"Memai" (眩暈) May 26, 2001 PS Company
"Kamiuta" (神謌) June 29, 2001 PS Company
"Tsurezure Naru Mama Ni..." (徒然なるままに、、、) April 27, 2001 PS Company
"Yume Izuru Chi" (夢イズル地) April 3, 2002 PS Company
"Iro wa Nioedo" (いろはにほへと) May 5, 2002 PS Company
"Kakashi" (案山子) May 5, 2002 PS Company
"Sakura Mai Chiru Ano Oka De" (桜舞い散るあの丘で) October 4, 2002 PS Company
"Kotodama" (恋綴魂) October 4, 2002 PS Company
"Haru Urara" (春麗ら) May 28, 2003 PS Company
"Yotogi Banashi" (夜伽噺) July 30, 2003 PS Company
"Urei" (愁) January 1, 2004 Columbia
"Rin" (凛) July 21, 2004 Columbia
"Omou" (憶) October 27, 2004 Columbia
"Sarasouju no Komoriuta" (沙羅双樹の子護唄) February 2, 2005 Columbia
"Gen'ei no Katachi" (幻影の貌) February 2, 2005 Columbia
"Chikai no Tsuki" (誓ノ月) February 1, 2006 Columbia
"Utakata" (うたかた) * November 22, 2006 Columbia

* #21 Oricon Weekly Charts, December 4, 2006[3]

Videography[change | edit source]

Title Release date Label Medium
Kagura-fuu Unroku (神楽風雲録) March 3, 2002 PS Company VHS
Yume Izuru Chi (夢イズル地) June 16, 2002 PS Company VHS
Hisai (秘祭) November 19, 2003 PS Company DVD
Kaika Sengen Ouka Ranman (~開花宣言~「桜花爛漫」) April 7, 2004 PS Company DVD
Miyako Inishie no Tobira ga Ima (京~古の扉が今、、、~) July 21, 2004 Columbia DVD
Sara Natsukashi no Rakuen (沙羅~懐かしの楽園~) August 03, 2005 Columbia DVD
Unsanmusyo (雲燦霧消) November 30, 2005 Columbia DVD
Kiseki~ni (鬼跡~弐) September 27, 2006 Columbia DVD

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