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Shugo Tokumaru

Shugo Tokumaru
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Japan
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Shugo Tokumaru (トクマルシューゴ Tokumaru Shūgo, born May 29, 1980) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who debuted in May 2004 in America with his album Night Piece. He creates every aspect of his music, including the lyrics, music, arrangements, recording and mixing. He is known for the variety of instruments he uses in his music, using over 100 different traditional and non-traditional instruments in his recordings. Tokumaru is also a member of the Japanese rock band Gellers.
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http://shugotokumaru.com
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Releases on file (7)
Shugo Tokumaru — Toss Shugo Tokumaru — Toss
(Tonofon PCD-26065, 2017, CD / LP / DL)
Shugo Tokumaru — In Focus? Shugo Tokumaru — In Focus?
(Polyvinyl PRC-250, 2012, CD)
Shugo Tokumaru — Port Entropy Shugo Tokumaru — Port Entropy
(Polyvinyl PRC-212-2, 2010/2011, CD)
Shugo Tokumaru — Rum Hee Shugo Tokumaru — Rum Hee
(P-Vine PCD-4396, 2009, CD+DVD)
Shugo Tokumaru — Exit Shugo Tokumaru — Exit
(Star-Time STI-001, 2007, CD)
Shugo Tokumaru — L.S.T. Shugo Tokumaru — L.S.T.
(Lil' Chief LCR017, 2005, CD)
Shugo Tokumaru — Night Piece Shugo Tokumaru — Night Piece
(Music Related ML-12, 2004, CD)

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