Keiichi Suzuki (鈴木 慶一 Suzuki Keiichi, born August 28, 1951) is a Japanese musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer who co-founded the Moonriders, a group that became one of Japan's most innovative rock bands. He is known to audiences outside Japan for his musical contributions to the video games Mother (1989) and EarthBound (1994), both of which have been released on several soundtracks.
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Suzuki (鈴木), the self-proclaimed the "Beautiful Suzuki" (known as Suzuka in the FUNimation English version of the anime), calling himself Onji (Old Bloke in the English Manga) throughout the course of the tournament and known as Tanaka during his childhood, is an apparition who participated in the Dark Tournament. He was the former founder, owner and captain of Team Uraotogi, now an ally of Yusuke Urameshi.
Keiichi Suzuki (鈴木慶一; August 28, 1951) is a Japanese composer and performer, known for his music for the Super Nintendo game EarthBound. Recently, his work has been featured in Uzumaki and Tokyo Godfathers. Keiichi Suzuki was born in Tokyo, Japan. In the 1970s, he became involved with the Japanese band "Hachimitsu Pie," who released one album in 1973.