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I added a link to their homepage. I only have their first album, but they appear to have produced nine in total, either on Kitty~Universal or Happysong Records. They aren't small-time but I am not sure how to quantify this. Two members came from The Blue Hearts who were also quite well known. I have eight Blue Hearts albums and I believe there are a couple more. Mike Wilson 07:27, 14 December 2005 (UTC)
Yes, The High-Lows definitely are notable, and not just because of their relation to The Blue Hearts. In the many years they've been releasing music, they've gotten in the Oricon top 20 a number of times; I believe that gives the band notability. I'll come back in a little while and add a discography, complete with chart positions. Kamezuki 06:42, 18 December 2005 (UTC)
Two of the members have formed The Cro-magnons as The High-Lows have been dissolved. The new band released the #4 album a few weeks ago on the Oricon charts and are probably worthy of their own page. Maybe translate the existing Japanese page? 220.127.116.11 21:27, 14 November 2006 (UTC)