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SEKKUTSU JEAN ("stone-cavernous temple" in English) are a Japanese experimental rock duo founded by Tatsuya YOSHIDA (drums, percussion) and Kenji SATO (bass, cello), named after an occasional idea by Tatsuya, a stone freak. Kenji, born in 1963, has been renowned as a bassist of a Japanese indie rock project named Marchosias Vamp, formed in 1984 and disbanded in 1996, and plays as a solo artist and in various project e.g. a rock duo The Manji, a trio Foe, or a cello trio Cotu Cotu. (As for Tatsuya, see Tatsuya YOSHIDA.)

SEKKUTSU JEAN have released their eponymous debut album in 2006 via Tatsuya's own label Magaibutsu Limited, and "Sekkutsu Jean + Kawabata Makoto" in 2008 with the collaboration of Makoto KAWABATA (ex-ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE).

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