J (LUNA SEA)

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Legal name: Jun Onose, 小野瀬 潤, 小野瀬潤

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Jun Onose (小野瀬 潤, Onose Jun, born on August 12, 1970 in Hadano, Kanagawa), known exclusively by his stage name J, is a Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is best known as bassist and co-founder of the rock band Luna Sea. After the group disbanded in 2000 he focused on his solo career, for which he performs lead vocals and bass. He has recently rejoined Luna Sea as they reunited in August 2010.

Since 1997, J has had prominent names in the music industry playing either on his albums, as his backing band, or showing up as guests at some of his concerts including Raymond Watts (PIG), Ray McVeigh (Zilch), Takashi Fujita (Doom), Scott Garrett, Billy Duffy and Ian Astbury (all three from The Cult), Steve Jones (The Sex Pistols), Duff McKagan and Slash (both from Velvet Revolver), Franz Stahl (Scream) and Youjeen (Cherry Filter).

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Discography

Album

Year Title Rating Releases
1997 PYROMANIA 1
2001 BLOOD MUSIC 1
2002 Unstoppable Drive 1
2004 Red Room 1
2005 GLARING SUN 1
2007 URGE 1
2008 RIDE 1
2009 STARS FROM THE BROKEN NIGHT 2
2009 Here Comes Nameless Sunrise 2
2012 ON FIRE 2
2013 FREEDOM No.9 3

Album + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
2004 Blast List -the best of- Compilation 1
2011 FOURTEEN -the best of ignitions- Compilation 2

Album + Live

Year Title Rating Releases
2007 THE LIVE -ALL of URGE- Live 1

Single

Year Title Rating Releases
1997 BURN OUT / CALL ME 1
1997 BUT YOU SAID I'M USELESS 1
2001 Perfect World 1
2002 go crazy 2 2
2002 Feel Your Blaze 1
2004 NOWHERE 1
2005 GET READY 1
2005 break 2
2006 Fly Away / SQUALL 1
2007 TWISTER 1
2007 walk along -Infinite mix- 2
2008 RECKLESS 2

EP

Year Title Rating Releases
2003 GO with the Devil -CRACK TRACKS II- 1

EP + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
2002 CRACK TRACKS Compilation 1

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