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T-Pistonz+KMC (ティーピストンズプラスケムシ Ti Pīsutonzu purasu Kemushi?) was a Japanese pop group that formerly operated under the "FRAME" label; a joint venture between Level-5, with the Avex Group and formerly with the Up-Front Group. They actually debuted on UFG imprint "hachama".
|Also known as||TPK, Pisuke|
|Years active||August 2008- September 2014|
|Labels||FRAME/Level-5/Avex (2012 to 2014)
FRAME/Level-5/Up-Front (2008 to 2012)
|Members||Ton-Nino (Lead singer)
In-Chiquita (Dancer and Choreographer)
Hiroshi Dot (Singer and Dancer)
|Past members||Brother Hide King (Guitarist)
Don Ringo (Drums)
Brother A King (Guitarist)
Shu Mai Mai (Dancer)
Since "Maji de Kansha"(released in June 2009), KMC, a rapper, joined and they used the name "T-Pistonz+KMC".
Their 5th single "Katte Nakōze!"(March, 2010) made it high up the Oricon weekly chart.
All of their singles have been used as theme songs for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and wii software and TV animation series, "Inazuma Eleven", "Inazuma Eleven Go", "Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stone" and "Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy".
At September 16, 2014, the band formally announced their dissolving on the official website.
- Ton-Nino (Lead vocalist) Elder brother of Hiroshi Dot.
- KMC (Rapper)
- In-Chiquita (Dancer and Choreographer)
- Hiroshi Dot (Side Vocalist and Dancer) Younger brother of Ton-Nino.
- Brother A King (Guitarist) - Left in September 2011.
- Ebirina (Dancer) - Left in September 2011.
- Shu Mai Mai (Dancer) - Left in September 2011.
- Brother Hide King (Guitarist) - Left in July 2010.
- Don Ringo (Drums)
- Ri-yo ~Seishun no Inazuma Eleven~ (released on August 27, 2008)
- Tachiagari-yo (released on November 26, 2008)
- Maji de Kansha! (released on June 10, 2009)
- Tsunagari-yo (released on November 4, 2009)
- Katte Nakōze! (released on March 10, 2010)
- Ultra Katte Nakōze!/Vamos!Nippon (released on May 26, 2010)
- GOOD Kita-!/Genki ni Nari-yo! (released on July 14, 2010)
- Bokura no Goal!/Matane...no Kisetsu (released on February 23, 2011)
- Ten Made Todoke!/Minna Atsumari-yo! (released on July 6, 2011)
- Naseba Narunosa Nanairo Tamago (released on October 26, 2011)
- Ohayō! Shining Day/Uchiku Dark! (released on February 15, 2012)
- Jōnetsu de Mune Atsu! (released on June 20, 2012)
- Kandō Kyōyū! (released on July 4, 2012)
- Kokoro Korogase! (released on July 18, 2012)
- Shoshin wo KEEP ON! (released on October 31, 2012)
- Raimei! Blue Train! (released on January 9, 2013)
- Ganbari-yo! (released on December 22, 2010)
- Gorilla Beat wa Lucky7 (released on November 30, 2011)
- Hakkaku!? ThiriThiri7 (released on September 26, 2012)
- T-Pistonz+KMC Story-yo! ~Hajimete no Best~ (released on February 22, 2012)
- Inazuma Eleven Raimon-chū Bunkasai (August 21, 2010 - January 23, 2011, Japan)
- T-Pistonz+KMC Christmas Live ~ Christmas dayo Nanairo Tamago~ (December 25, 2011, Shibuya TAKE OFF7, Tokyo, Japan)
- TPKing Vol.1 (April 8, 2012, Mt.RAINIER HALL SHIBUYA PLEASURE PLEASURE, Tokyo, Japan)
- TPKing Vol.2 (August 25, 2012, duo MUSIC EXCHANGE, Tokyo, Japan)
- TPKing Vol.2.5
- TPKing Vol.3 ~Ichinen buri no Christmas~ (December 24, 2012, Yokohama BLITZ, Kanagawa, Japan)