Pierre Taki

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Pierre Taki
Pierre Taki - Denki Groove - countdownjapan-dec29-2011b.jpg
December, 2011
Background information
Native name ピエール瀧
Birth name Masanori Taki
Born (1967-04-08) April 8, 1967 (age 50)
Aoi-ku, Shizuoka, Shizuoka
Origin Japan
Genres Techno
Occupation(s) Singer, actor
Years active 1985–present
Labels Ki/oon Records
Associated acts Denki Groove
Website www.pierretaki.com

Masanori Taki (瀧 正則, Taki Masanori?, born April 8, 1967), better known by his stage name Pierre Taki (ピエール瀧, Piēru Taki?), is the front man for Japanese synthpop group Denki Groove, which consists of himself and Takkyu Ishino.[1] As of 2001 he was involved in an exhibit called Prince Tongha with Hideyuki Tanaka in New York City.[2] He also frequently appears as an actor in film and on television.

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  1. ^ Gregory Beals. "Kings of Cool; Japan is grooving on DJs--those scruffy vinyl-scratchers whose pulsating 'techno' beats have everybody dancing :[Atlantic Edition]. " Newsweek 11 December 2000: 34. Platinum Periodicals. ProQuest. Accessed 18 September 2007
  2. ^ Jerry Saltz. "Screen savers." The Village Voice [New York] 31 Jul 2001,56. Platinum Periodicals. ProQuest. Accessed 18 September 2007

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