Here you will find a yearly play-by-play of the history of Buck-Tick.
For each year there is detailed information on the key events of the year as well as concert chronology on the side, including setlists/photos when known/available.
For those wishing to read something a bit shorter, a condensed summary is below. 1962: Toll Yagami (drums) born on August 19 in Gunma (he uses a stage name).
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1984: Hisashi and Atsushi graduate from high school. In the spring they play their first show at an amateur band festival in the area called "Little Rock". In September, Shaking Hands became the name of their management office and a new fan club was established, "Buck-Tick Club", with the first newsletter published in November. The "Touhoku Rock Circuit" tour and "Buck-Tick Shock Tour" began in March, (some books split the tour dates that the first part is "Touhoku Rock Circuit" and the latter part is "Buck-Tick Shock Tour"). "Mienai Mono Wo Miyou To Suru Gokai Subete Gokai Da" single released on September 21. 1996: In February, Buck-Tick ended their relationship with their management company Shaking Hands and formed their own company, Banker, with Toll as president. All the studio albums released on Victor were reissued as digital remasters on September 19. Buck-Tick perform at "Summer Sonic" festival in Osaka and Tokyo in August. "Alice in Wonder Underground" single released on August 8.
They play cover songs until Hide writers their first original song. The band plays at several festivals: "Rock Wave", "kids Alive", "Hokkaido Rock Circuit", "Rock Wave 88", "Pop Rockets 88", "Sound on Wave 1988", "Kirin Sound Together Pop Hill '88", "Lowson Music ING", and "Band Explosion '88". In September the band fly to London to record their next album. The fan club also changed from Buck-Tick Club to Fish Tank effective April 1. 1997: Toll held a drum clinic on January 24 in Maebashi. The first editions of most of the albums included extra tracks. "The Day In Question" concerts held at the end of the year. "Dress" was used as the theme song for the cartoon "Trinity Blood". Hisashi played with Takagi-cho Missiles at the "Wear Red Shoes vol. Buck-Tick played the "Rising Sun Rock Festival 2007 in Ezo" on August 17.
While they are there, they play a small gig at the Greyhound on September 21. "Just One More Kiss" single released on October 26. Around this time the first custom model Hisashi and Hide guitar models are available for sale through Fernandes. On New Year's Eve, Buck-Tick plays a show broadcast on television with Soft Ballet, who join them to perform "Iconoclasm". Around this time an official web site was established. "Tour '97 Red Room 2097" began in March to make up for the tour cancelled at the end of the previous year. Other than that, this was the year of solo/side projects. "Dress (Blood Trinity Mix)" single released on April 20. The Victor digital remaster albums were reissued on September 5 with new packaging--this time they also included the two compilation albums.
1966: Atsushi Sakurai (vocals) born on March 7 in Gunma; Hidehiko "Hide" Hoshino (guitar) born on June 16 in Gunma. early 1980s: Toll is in a band called Spots, who changed their name to S. 1983: Hisashi wants to form a band and spreads the word. The new lineup plays their first show on December 4 at Shinjuku Jam. Buck-Tick played at the "Soyo Rock Festival 2001" in Seoul, Korea and a Korean Fish Tank fan club is established.
1967: Yutaka "U-ta" Higuchi (bass) born on January 24 in Gunma (Toll's younger brother). The members start to come together: Hisashi on guitar, U-ta on bass, Hide on guitar, Atsushi on drums, Araki on vocals. 1986: Buck-Tick records a demo and signed to indie label Taiyo Records. A fan club is started and newsletters (entitled "Full Volume") begin to be issued in November. "Phantom Tour" began in September and continues in October as "Other Phantom Tour". U-ta makes a guest appearance on the Shammon album live album and video released on March 28. The first "The Day In Question" concert was held on December 29.