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Yuji Katsui

Yuji Katsui
Country
Japan
Profile
Yuji Katsui is a Japanese violinist, and a member of Bondage Fruit.
Website
http://www.katsuiyuji.com
Related articles (9)
Releases on file (28)
Pika — Ryu no Sumika Pika — Ryu no Sumika
(Telegraph TGC-037, 2014, CD)
Rovo and System 7 — Phoenix Rising Rovo and System 7 — Phoenix Rising
(Purple Pyramid CLP0674, 2013, CD)
Demi Semi Quaver — Kiiroi Yami Demi Semi Quaver — Kiiroi Yami
(Troll TRM-032, 2012, CD)
Rovo — Phase Rovo — Phase
(Wonderground WRCD-63, 2012, CD)
System 7 — Up System 7 — Up
(A-Wave AAWCD014, 2011, CD)
Gong — 2032 Gong — 2032
(G-Wave AAGWCD001, 2009, CD)
Damo Suzuki — The Fire of Heaven at the End of Universe (Life at UFO Club) Damo Suzuki — The Fire of Heaven at the End of Universe (Life at UFO Club)
(Admission to Music vivo2007030CD, 2007, CD)
Bondage Fruit — VI Bondage Fruit — VI
(Maboroshi MABO-019, 2005, CD)
Rovo — Flage Rovo — Flage
(Warner Bros WINN-82117, 2002, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — V: Skin Bondage Fruit — V: Skin
(Maboroshi MABO-013, 2002, CD)
Rovo — Tonic 2001 Rovo — Tonic 2001
(Tzadik TZ 7239, 2002, 2CD)
Ruins — Live at Kichijoji / Mandala II Ruins — Live at Kichijoji / Mandala II
(Tzadik TZ 7234, 2001, CD)
Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki — Pere-Furu Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki — Pere-Furu
(Maboroshi MABO-012, 2001, CD)
Rovo — Sai Rovo — Sai
(Warner Bros WINN-82073, 2001, CD)
Natsuki Kido — Disco Space Baby! Natsuki Kido — Disco Space Baby!
(Acid Mothers Temple AMCD-015, 2000, CD)
Demi Semi Quaver — Golden Animal Head Demi Semi Quaver — Golden Animal Head
(Winx, 2000, CD)
Field Katsui Kido Shimizu — Tokyo in F Field Katsui Kido Shimizu — Tokyo in F
(Sublingual SLR004, 2000, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — IV Bondage Fruit — IV
(Musea GA 8627.AR, 1999, CD)
Demi Semi Quaver — Tttttokiooooo Demi Semi Quaver — Tttttokiooooo
(Dohb Discs QDDB93062, 1998, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — III: Récit Bondage Fruit — III: Récit
(Maboroshi MABO-020, 1997/2005, CD)
Black Stage — Black Stage Black Stage — Black Stage
(Maboroshi MABO-005, 1996, CD)
Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II
(Maboroshi MABO-006, 1996, CD)
Demi Semi Quaver — II Demi Semi Quaver — II
(God Mountain GMCD-019, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples
(Maboroshi MABO-001, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Neu Konservatiw Various Artists — Neu Konservatiw
(God Mountain GMCD-009, 1995, CD)
Yuji Katsui Film Works — Pu Yuji Katsui Film Works — Pu
(Maboroshi MABO02, 1995, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — Bondage Fruit Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit
(Maboroshi MABO-014, 1994/2002, CD)
Demi Semi Quaver — Demi Semi Quaver Demi Semi Quaver — Demi Semi Quaver
(God Mountain GMCD-008, 1994, CD)

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