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Sukima Switch japanese, anime, jazz, J-rock, rock
Sukima Switch (????????) is a Japanese jazz fusion duo consisting of core members Takuya ?hashi (????, ?hashi Takuya?), born May 9, 1978, and Shintar? Tokita (?????, Tokita Shintar??), born February 25, 1978, formed in 2003. Formerly part of BMG Japan (bought by SMEJ in early 2009), they are part of Sony Music Japan's Areola Japan label since September 2009. ?hashi's musical duties include vocals, guitar, and harmonica while Tokita's duties include piano/keyboard, numerous other instruments and overall production. Most of the other instrumentation heard on their albums is handled by guests and studio musicians. In this sense, their band structure and chemistry are very similar to that of the American group Steely Dan. Their style is very heavily-jazz influenced (another similarity with Steely Dan), yet it retains core pop elements and catchy melodies that have catapulted them into the limelight of Japan's new, sophisticated pop scene. Their song "Zenryoku Shounen" is featured as the first song in the Nintendo DS game Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2, which was released in Japan on May 17, 2007. The song is also one of the many songs in the expansion pack to the Nintendo DS game Daigasso! Band Brothers. Their Track Shizuku is opening for the anime series Kemono no Souja Erin. Their 12th single, "Golden Time Lover" is the 3rd opening of the anime series Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.[1][2] The theme song for Rough was also performed by Sukima Switch. Takuya covered the song "Katamari on the Swing" in the game Katamari Tribute game for the Playstation 3.
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