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Mentai Rock (Japanese: めんたいロック) is the name given to the collection of Japanese artists who gained national popularity during the late 1970s. Continuing through the early 1980s, the collective had little in common other than their origin - the Hakata ward of Fukuoka City. The phrase, Mentai Rock, was derived from the name of a local delicacy, mentaiko, made from roe.[1] Many believed that their origin also had a common influence on the overall sound, despite the wide variety of genres represented.

Mentai Rockers

Post-Mentai Rockers

References

  1. ^ Martin, Ian F. (2016). Quit Your Band: Musical Notes From the Japanese Underground. Awai Books. p. 51. ISBN 978-1-937220-05-1.

External links

Mentai Rock in its various forms is not well documented in English. Occasional articles appear in the local press, so it's worth checking out Fukuoka Now or Japanzine if you are interested in reading more.

This page was last edited on 30 October 2020, at 04:49
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