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Korekyojinn / NYUK

Korekyojinn / NYUK
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Korekyojinn (是巨人) (also spelled Korekyojin) is a Japanese progressive rock power trio. Founded in 1998, the band is a project by members of several bands within the Japanese progressive rock / zeuhl scene (Mitsuru Nasuno, Natsuki Kido, and Tatsuya Yoshida) and has released albums on two US labels, John Zorn's Tzadik Records and Skin Graft Records as well as on the Japanese label Magaibutsu. In Japanese, the band's name means "this giant" and is a play on the band names This Heat and Gentle Giant. The band also has a variation called NYUK which consists of Nasano, Yoshida, Uchihashi Kazuhisa (guitar), and Kido.
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Korekyojinn Acoustic — Kaleidoscope Korekyojinn Acoustic — Kaleidoscope
(Magaibutsu MGC-53, 2017, CD / DL)
Korekyojinn — Fall Line Korekyojinn — Fall Line
(Magaibutsu MGC-47, 2015, CD / DL)
NYUK — NYUK Live at Pit Inn 2013 NYUK — NYUK Live at Pit Inn 2013
(Bandcamp no#, 2013/2020, DL)
NYUK — Live at Goodman 2013 NYUK — Live at Goodman 2013
(Magaibutsu no#, 2012/2020, DL)
Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums
(Magaibutsu MGC-41, 2011, CD)
Korekyojinn — Tundra Korekyojinn — Tundra
(Skin Graft GR102CD, 2011, CD)
Korekyojinn — Swan Dive Korekyojinn — Swan Dive
(Magaibutsu MGCDV-02, 2009, CD+DVD)
Korekyojinn — Jackson Korekyojinn — Jackson
(Magaibutsu MGC-29, 2006, CD)
Korekyojinn — Isotope (AKA Live) Korekyojinn — Isotope (AKA Live)
(Tzadik TZ 7257, 2005, CD)
Korekyojinn — Arabesque Korekyojinn — Arabesque
(Magaibutsu MGC-23, 2004, CD)
Korekyojin — Korekyojin Korekyojin — Korekyojin
(Tzadik TZ 7223, 1999, CD)

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