Joe Rinoie

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Joe Rinoie (ジョー・リノイエ?) (born December 13, 1960 in Kanagawa, Japan) is a music producer, singer, keyboardist, saxophone player, and composer.[1]

His father is Japanese while his mother is an Han Chinese in Japan, thus he is mixed half-Chinese, half-Japanese. He is a former member of Romantic Mode. After spending many years as a studio musician, he became a producer under the MUV Rinoie Ltd. label.

His song "Synchronized Love" appears in several installments of the Dance Dance Revolution game series and in Commercials promoting Takefuji Corp with dancers.

He was most recently in the J-pop group, || Mix⊿Delta, a new formation of Two-Mix, singing alongside Minami Takayama.

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  1. ^ "About Joe Rinoie". muvrinoie.com. Retrieved 11 January 2011. 

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