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Globe (グローブ?), (also styled as globe) is a dance-oriented Japanese pop band, formed in 1995 by producer and songwriter Tetsuya Komuro. Originally consisting of Komuro, Keiko Yamada and Marc Panther, the group's singles consistently hit the charts. In late 2002 Yoshiki, former drummer and pianist for X Japan, joined the group, but he left the band about a year later.
Their 1996 debut album, globe, sold over 4 million copies, and their 1998 single 'wanna Be A Dreammaker' won the grand prix award at the 40th Japan Record Awards, the Japanese record industry's highest honor. Komuro also mentioned there will be some collaboration work with other artists with the artist title of Globe Featuring, and Globe Extreme for collaborations with Yoshiki.
Tetsuya 'TK' Komuro – The ex-pianist, producer and mastermind of the band. In the Globe Extreme era he played the guitar instead of keyboards.
Keiko Komuro – The main vocalist of the band. Sings in Japanese and English.
Marc Panther (real name Ryuichi Sakai) – The rapper of the band. Sings in Japanese, English and French.
Yoshiki Hayashi – Played piano and keyboards. He joined in September 2002, but by August 2005 he was already out of Globe because of work matters.
Jinsei Rikori - Drums and music programming
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