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Visual kei emerged in the 1980s underground scene, [6] pioneered by bands such as X Japan , Dead End , D'erlanger , Buck-Tick and Color . [22] [23] [24] [25] The term visual kei (the kanji kei meaning "system", "order", "origin") is believed to come from one of X Japan's slogans, "Psychedelic Violence-Crime of Visual Shock", written on the cover of their second studio album Blue Blood (1989). [26] [23] [27] The movement designated a new form of Japanese rock music influenced by Western hard rock and glam metal bands like David Bowie , Kiss , Twisted Sister , Hanoi Rocks , Mötley Crüe , as well punk - gothic rock influence, and it was established in the late 1980s and early 1990s. [26] The movement is roughly divided into two generations, with the first in three transitional eras, [28] of which the first lasted almost a decade. [29]

History 1980–2000: Origins and success. Visual kei emerged in the 1980s underground scene, pioneered by bands such as X Japan, Dead End, D'erlanger, Buck-Tick and Color


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