Cinema Bizarre

Cinema Bizarre was a German synth rock band consisting of Strify (vocals), Yu (guitars), Romeo (keyboard), Shin (drums) and Kiro (bass) that formed in 2005 and disbanded in 2010. Before leaving the band in 2008, Luminor would provide vocals and keyboards, originally ought to sing in duet with Strify, who had a more feminine voice with his own voice being deeper. Having met at a local anime convention, the band was strongly inspired by Japanese pop culture, most notably Visual Kei. Due to their androgynous and manga-inspired costumes they have been compared to Tokio Hotel in their home country, despite their musical styles having not much in common. In the five years of their existence, they released two studio albums, "Final Attraction" and "ToyZ", as well as a compilation album "Bang!". Their biggest hit and signature song is "Lovesongs (They Kill Me)".

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