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Merge from Kaito (band)[edit]

Kaito, also known as Kaito UK, are an indie band from the UK. The band name is often written as 'KaitO'. Their music is comprised of loud, pop-punk melodies combined with a unique mix of guitar effects. They have played mostly in England, but have also toured the United States on many occasions. The band was composed of Nikki Colk (vocals and guitar), Dave Lake (guitar), Gemma Cullingford (bass), and Dieta Quantrill (drums).

In 2006, Kaito broke up. Their official website is still hosted by Mute and is located at http://www.mute.biz/kaito/ although the domain name kaito.co.uk has expired.

Discography[edit]

  • 2001 You've Seen Us, You Must Have Seen Us
  • 2003 Band Red

External links[edit]


Notability[edit]

Should there not be some mention of the signing to Mute and the international touring? Wwwhatsup (talk) 20:49, 15 August 2011 (UTC)

Yes. The article needs quite a lot of work - I'll see what sources I can find.--Michig (talk) 16:30, 16 August 2011 (UTC)

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