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== Past Members ==
 
== Past Members ==
 
*[[Kato Kouban]]/[[Watanabe Junnosuke]] (Vocals)
 
*[[Kato Kouban]]/[[Watanabe Junnosuke]] (Vocals)
*[[Hitoda Unzen]] (否戸田雲仙) (Guitar)
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*[[Hitoda Unzen]] (Guitar)
*[[Kisu Richa]] (木須利茶) (Guitar)
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*[[Kisu Richa]] (Guitar)
*[[Jinshi Mozu]] (ジンシモズ) (Bass)
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*[[Jinshi Mozu]] (Bass)
*[[Jou Nima]] (序鬼間) (Programming)
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*[[Jou Nima]] (Programming)
 
*[[Shadou Sumi]] (Drums)
 
*[[Shadou Sumi]] (Drums)
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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In 2014, this is not a business released two albums, [[WELCOME TO THE TENGU WORLD]], and [[DEATH MARCH]]. In July, they, alongside [[GANG PARADE|pla2me]], were the first artists to be signed to their manager, [[Watanabe Junnosuke]]'s newly-formed music production company, [[WACK Shazai|WACK]].
 
In 2014, this is not a business released two albums, [[WELCOME TO THE TENGU WORLD]], and [[DEATH MARCH]]. In July, they, alongside [[GANG PARADE|pla2me]], were the first artists to be signed to their manager, [[Watanabe Junnosuke]]'s newly-formed music production company, [[WACK Shazai|WACK]].
   
In January 2015, this is not a business signed with the major label, Nippon Crown. In a signing ceremony outside Yokohama Arena, members signed the contract using their noses.
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In January 2015, this is not a business signed with the major label, Nippon Crown. In a signing ceremony outside Yokohama Arena, members signed the contract using their noses. During this time, Shadou Sumi took a break from the band due to a hernia, and began working as a staff member for Nippon Crown instead.
   
 
Kato Kouban left the band in July, and auditions for a new vocalist was held. The following day, Watanabe appeared on stage and announced that he was the "first-generation Kato Kouban" and took over as the band's vocalist. In September of 2015, a new vocalist, described as the "third-generation Kato Kouban" made his debut.
 
Kato Kouban left the band in July, and auditions for a new vocalist was held. The following day, Watanabe appeared on stage and announced that he was the "first-generation Kato Kouban" and took over as the band's vocalist. In September of 2015, a new vocalist, described as the "third-generation Kato Kouban" made his debut.

Revision as of 10:46, December 5, 2019

Tinab
this is not a business
a.k.a

Tengu Band (天狗バンド)

Years Active

2013-2015

Origin

Tokyo

Label

SPACE SHOWER MUSIC
Crown

Associated Acts

beat mints boyz

Former Members

Kato Kouban
Hitoda Unzen
Kisu Richa
Jinshi Mozu
Jou Nima
Shadou Sumi

this is not a business was a former group under WACK, and the first to be signed to the company alongside pla2me. Unlike other WACK units, they were an all-male rock band.

They were also known as "Tengu Band" (天狗バンド) due to every member's face being obscured by tengu masks.

Past Members

History

this is not a business were formed in 2013. In August, they released their debut album, 10 goods.

In 2014, this is not a business released two albums, WELCOME TO THE TENGU WORLD, and DEATH MARCH. In July, they, alongside pla2me, were the first artists to be signed to their manager, Watanabe Junnosuke's newly-formed music production company, WACK.

In January 2015, this is not a business signed with the major label, Nippon Crown. In a signing ceremony outside Yokohama Arena, members signed the contract using their noses. During this time, Shadou Sumi took a break from the band due to a hernia, and began working as a staff member for Nippon Crown instead.

Kato Kouban left the band in July, and auditions for a new vocalist was held. The following day, Watanabe appeared on stage and announced that he was the "first-generation Kato Kouban" and took over as the band's vocalist. In September of 2015, a new vocalist, described as the "third-generation Kato Kouban" made his debut.

On November 24th, 2015, this is not a business suddenly announced that they were disbanding. One of the reasons given was "we are not a business, but I want to do business things". Afterward, WACK became a company that produced exclusively female idols.

Discography

Albums

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