175R (Inago Raidā) is a Japanese ska punk band from Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka Prefecture.

Debuting in 2001, 175R has released seven singles, four albums and four DVDs. Band members include Shogo on Vocals, Kazya on guitar, Isakick on bass and Yoshiaki on drums. The band shared their second single with the band Shaka Labbits. One of their songs, Melody, has been used in a music-related video game for the Nintendo DS called Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan. Unlike the other songs included in the game, Ouendan uses an actual (if edited) 175R recording instead of a cover version. The name 175R means "Inago Rider," which is derived from the goroawase of "175" plus "R" for "rider." Inago means grasshopper in Japanese, as a reference to the popular Kamen Rider Series. In 2007, the group sang the ending theme for the Kamen Rider Movie Kamen Rider Den-O: I'm Born!, entitled Yume de Aeta Nara....


 

Discography

Albums

  Go! Upstart! (February 2002)


  Songs (June 18, 2003)


  Melody (September 1, 2004)


 

7 -Seven- (February 22, 2006)


  Bremen (April 25, 2007)


 

Singles

  "From North Nine States" (June 2001)

  "Stand By You!!" (July 2002, split single with Shaka Labbits)

  "Happy Life" (,Happii Raifu, January 16, 2003)

  "Sora ni Utaeba" (If You Sing to the Sky, April 16, 2003)

  "Tegami" (Letter, November 12, 2003)

  "Glory Days" (March 3, 2004)

  "Yuyake Falsetto" (Evening Falsetto, July 21, 2004)

  "Orange" (November 17, 2004) (with Kick the Can Crew)

  "Graffiti" (Gurafitī, March 22, 2005)

  "Melody" (Merodī, September 7, 2005)

  "Shine, Hikari no Michishirube/Shiroi Christmas" (November 30, 2005)

  "Boku wa Nanda -Ōen Shitakunatta no da!! Version-" (Ver.~, February 8, 2006)

  "Hatenaki Ashita e to" (November 1, 2006)

  "Kimi to Himawari" (February 7, 2007)

  "Yume de Aeta Nara..." (If We Had Met in a Dream, July 25, 2007)

  "Start Line" (Sutā Rain, August 29, 2007)

 

Home video

   Live! LiveE! Life? (December 2003)

  Clips+ (January 2004)

  Live! Live! Life? (December 2003) - Video, only 5000 prints.

  Live at Budokan ´04 (December 2004)


 

 

See also:

Bug Box - 175R official website (Japanese)

Official Website by Toshiba EMI (Japanese)

175R file at JaME (English)

175r @ J-Music Italia (Italian)

 

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