In the 1960s, Japanese bands imitated The Beatles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, along with other Appalachian folk music, psychedelic rock, mod and similar genres; this was called Group Sounds (G.S.). John Lennon of The Beatles later became one of most popular Western musicians in Japan. Group Sounds is a genre of Japanese rock music that was popular in the mid to late 1960s. The Tigers was the most popular G.S. band in the era. Later, some of the members of The Tigers, The Tempters and The Spiders formed the first Japanese supergroup Pyg.
Homegrown Japanese country rock had developed by the late 1960s. Artists like Happy End are considered to have virtually developed the ge ...
Vibrant setting of Japanese traditional melody "Kuroda" as an energetic rock instrumental on top of a grooving techno dance beat. Features electric guitars, organ, drums, gong, and effects-altered bass. Great for upbeat dance, spacey adventure, or any setting where a unique rocking sound is desired. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Rock
Beginning with a beautiful Japanese Koto riff, this track slowly builds into a modern-day hip hop grove and climaxes with a powerful, dark grunge guitar based ending. This track is perfect for any type of production needing that far east modern day feel. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Rock
Dark & foreboding. This futuristic gothica rock takes you on a sinister prog rock journey. Sounding like something from an evil sci-fi movie the track mixes heavy rock, metal, sci-fi & synths with classical orchestral and choir elements until it breaks out to the chorus straight out of pink floyd. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Rock