|Years active||2001 - present|
|Labels||The Bronze Medal Recording Company / Aksara Records / Shining Records|
The band is known to have come up with numerous explanations for their name, among them; the name of an old Japanese children's toy, the name of Thee's father's colleague, a book/movie title, a haircut style, a random word Thee came up with, the result of the band members fooling around with an Ouija Board. This has been discredited by Marcel Thee.
In 2006, Sajama Cut also contributed 4 songs to another motion picture Photo, Box, Window.
On May 2008, L'Internationale; a remix album version of the songs from The Osaka Journals with remixes from international producers from Japan, US, UK, Indonesia, Norway, Italy, Scotland, Portugal, Germany, Venezuella and Hong Kong was released. The first single being a remix of Nemesis/Murder from the international 8-bit artist YMCK, from Tokyo, Japan. Currently there are 3 music videos made for singles from this album.
Two EPs; Night Music (1923) and Cinema Eye was released in late 2008. Another EP, New Year Ends, which dabbled in ambient, experimental music, was released during the New Year's Eve of 2010.
The Osaka Journals was listed in the "Top 5 Albums of 2000s in The Jakarta Post newspaper.
The band has released two albums, along with numerous compilations, most notably the best selling JKT:SKRG (Jakarta Now!) compilation, and had a major radio hit when their single "Less Afraid" appeared on the motion picture Joni's Promise, in which the song could be heard almost in its entirety two times during the movie.
|2005:||The Osaka Journals|
|2007:||The Nemesis EP|
|2008:||Night Music (1923)|
|2009:||New Year Ends|
|2010:||Celebrations (Light It Up)|
|2011:||Panther East Ghouls, 1867|
|2011:||Twice (Rung the Ladder) / Poral Molice|
|2004:||Jakarta Now Vol.1|
|2004:||Joni's Promise (soundtrack)|
|2006:||Photo, Box, Window|
|2006:||Alila Hotel Compilation|