Fanatic Crisis was a Japanese visual kei rock band active from 1992–2005. They were called "the big four of visual kei bands" along with Malice Mizer, Shazna and La'cryma Christi during their prime. The band was formed in 1992 in Nagoya, as part of the Nagoya kei movement, among similar bands such as Kuroyume, Rouage, and Laputa. In 1993, Shun joined on guitar. In 1994, they self-released their first demo-tape Karma, with Tatsuya on drums.
Band Name Fanatic Crisis. Album Name Tsuki No Hana. Other productions from Fanatic Crisis. Released date 05 July 1996. Music StyleVisual Kei. Members owning this album0. 2. Tsuki No Hana (Instrumental).
Profile Releases News. Mask 1st press Tsuki no hana/Rain. Tsuki no hana 月の花. 月の花. Release date.
Yoru no kaze ga hakobu shirabe Kageru tsuki no yoi ni nakushita koi Omoide o atsumete. Kanawanai koto nante nai to omotteta. Aki no sora ni ukabu sugita hibi to nagai uta wa Kotoba ni narazu shiroi memo no mama de. Dore kurai goukai o kuri kaeseba ii no? Kono uta wa kioku no naka de iki tsuzukeru darou. Ato sukoshi mou sukoshi kimi ni chikazu kitakute Mata hitori kawaranai tsuki no sugata dake
Fanatic Crisis (Japanese: ファナティック・クライシス, often stylized as FANATIC◇CRISIS, and simply called FtC by fans) was a Japanese visual kei rock band active from 1992–2005. Their most successful singles were Hi no Tori, Maybe true, and 7, all of which cracked the Oricon top 10 charts at the. time of their release Fanatic Crisis. Breakup and Solo Work. In 2005, they played their final concert at Tokyo Bay NK Hall.
This has a few stories, one about Luna, during the Sailor Moon S movie; another with Sailors Pluto and Chibimoon; and one with Minako and Artemis, during the Death Busters arc of the anime. Group/Circle: Orchid, Reverse, Riho Takatsuki, Tatako Hayase Genre: Romance Year: 1994. Choose a file type } jpg } pdf } mobi.
Their second and first full length album, MASK, played a role in the transition between their earlier darker material and their later pop-oriented music, and introduced Tohru on drums, who had joined them in march of 1995. With MARBLE, they began to fully embrace the pop-rock style hinted on the previous album. In 2004 Fanatic Crisis joined up with enka singer Kiyoshi Hikawa and folk-hiphop duo Billiken to form the band Cross Clover and released a maxi-single called Evergreen in 2004, which was also featured as a b-side to their final single, everlove. In 2005, they played their final concert performance at the Tokyo Bay NK Hall.