Yōsei Teikoku

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Yōsei Teikoku
OriginJapan
Genres
Years active1997–present
LabelsLantis
Associated actsDenkare[2]
Websitewww.dasfeenreich.com
MembersYui
Tachibana
Nanami
Sirène
Gight
Past membersRelu

Yōusei Teikoku (妖精帝國, lit. "Fairy Empire"; German: Das Feenreich) is a five-member Japanese musical unit, formed in 1997 and part of Team Fairithm. Their music mixes elements of gothic rock, heavy metal, electronic and classical music.[1][3] Their works include the opening tracks of the following anime series: Future Diary, Magical Pokan, Innocent Venus, Kurokami: The Animation, The Qwaser of Stigmata, Mai-HiME videogame, Big Order, and the Tokyo ESP soundtrack. They have released several independent albums and four major release albums with their current publisher Lantis: Gothic Lolita Propaganda, metanoia, Gothic Lolita Doctrine , Gothic Lolita Agitator, Pax Vesania and Shadow Corps(e). Yui Itsuki goes by the stage name fairy Yui, Fairy Empress, or Yui sama. The correct spelling of this bands name (in English) is Yousei Teikoku.

Band members[edit]

Current members
  • Yui Itsuki (伊月ゆい, born October 25) – vocals, chorus, and lyric writing
  • Takaha Tachibana (橘 尭葉, Tachibana Takaha, born March 25)rhythm guitar, keyboards, composition, arrangement and lyric writing. Has worked with Kukui in the past
  • Nanami (名波, Nanami, born ???)bass guitar
  • Gight (ガイト, Gaito, born March 20) – drums
Former members
  • Relu (リル, Riru, born ???) – drums
  • Sirène (紫煉, Shiren, born March 10) (real name: Hirano Yukimura) – lead guitar

Prior to the release of Baptize, Yui and Tachibana were the group's only members. Nanami and Relu have since been added. Later, Sirène and Gight.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Ashita wo Yurushite (明日を許して, "Forgive Tomorrow") (2006)[4]
  • Senketsu no Chikai (鮮血の誓い, "The Blood Oath") (2006)
  • "Noble Roar" (2006)
  • "Valkyrja" (2006)
  • Shijun no Zankoku (至純の残酷, "The Purest Cruelty") (2007)
  • "Schwarzer Sarg" (2008)
  • "Hades: The Bloody Rage" (2008)
  • "Weiß Flügel" (2008)
  • Gekkō no Chigiri (月光の契り, "The Moonlight Pledge") (2009)
  • "One" (2009)
  • Tasogare no Getsuka (誰そ彼の月華) (2009)
  • "Baptize" (2010)
  • "Rebellion Anthem" (2010)
  • "Asgard" (2010)
  • "Mischievous of Alice" (2011)
  • Kūsō Mesorogiwi (空想メソロギヰ, "Fantasy Mythology") (2011)[5]
  • "Filament" (2012)
  • Shito Kakusei (使徒覚醒) (2014)
  • Kyūsei Argyros (救世Άργυρóϛ) (2014)
  • "Disorder" (2016) [6]
  • flamma idola (2017)
  • Psychomachia (2018)

Other[edit]

  • Promotional CD (2004)
    • given out at only one of their live shows. Includes short, alternately arranged versions of Garden, Last moment, Torikago (トリカゴ), Haru he (春へ), Gekka Kyōsō (月下狂想), Deep sea and Moonlight magic.
  • My-HiME game soundtrack
  • Ending songs for the PC game Tsui no Yataka
  • Opening songs for PC game Fortissimo EXA Asgard, Kuraki Sekai no Doukoku and Shinteki Souzou
  • Animelo Summer Live 2009 day 2 - songs Tamakui (Ga-Rei Zero IN), last Moment (Mai-Otome Game IN)
  • The Guided Fate Paradox game soundtrack

Tours[edit]

  • Dai Rokkai Koushiki Shikiten Tour PAX VESANIA LIVE TOUR (2013)
  • Tokuten Shiki Shikiten 920 Putsch (2010)
  • Animelo Summer Live 2009 -RE:BRIDGE-

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Yōusei Teikoku at Sputnik music
  2. ^ Tokusai Koshiki Shikiten 920Putsch LIVE, Encore performance of Vampire from MinDeaD BlooD.
  3. ^ Yōsei Teikoku at Spirit of Metal
  4. ^ a b c "Yousei Teikoku - VGMdb". vgmdb.net. Retrieved 2015-09-14.
  5. ^ http://vgmdb.net/forums/showthread.php?t=8286
  6. ^ "【妖精帝國】「DISORDER」Music Video". Retrieved 2016-04-18.

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