Sunny Day Service

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Sunny Day Service
Origin Japan
Genres Alternative rock, indie pop
Years active 1992–2000
2008-present
Labels Universal/Polygram
Members Sokabe Keiichi
Tanaka Takashi
Maruyama Harushige

Sunny Day Service (サニーデイ・サービス?) is a three-piece Japanese rock band which formed in 1992.

Members[edit]

  • Sokabe Keiichi - vocals, guitar
  • Tanaka Takashi - bass
  • Maruyama Harushige - drums

History[edit]

The band formed in 1992, originally made up of Keiichi, Takashi and other members . In this form, they published "Cosmo-Sports" and "Super Disco". In 1994, they released "Hoshizora no doraibu" and "Cosmic Hippie". In 1995, they released their first single "Gokigenikaga?" and made their major label debut.[1]

Maruyama Harushige later joined the band. They released the albums "Wakamonotachi" "Tokyo" "Ai-to-warai-no-yoru" and "Sunny Day Service." In 1999, they toured Japan with The Trash Can Sinatras.[2]

The band disbanded in 2000, but Keiichi is still making music solo.[3]

In 2008, they got back together.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1995 - Wakamono Tachi
  • 1996 - Tokyo
  • 1997 - Ai to Warai no Yoru (Nights of Love and Laughter)
  • 1997 - Sunny Day Service
  • 1998 - 24 Ji (12 pm)
  • 1999 - Mugen
  • 2000 - Love Album
  • 2010 - "Honjituwa seitennari"

Compilations[edit]

  • 2001 - Extra Best
  • 2001 - Complete Best

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Quirky Japan Home Page: Sunny Day Service". Retrieved 2006-10-03. 
  2. ^ Joey DiMaria (1999). "Trash Can Sinatras 1999 Japan Tour". Retrieved 2006-10-04. 
  3. ^ Shawn Grover (2006-07-02). "Reviews : Sokabe Keiichi". Retrieved 2006-10-03.