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If you have frequencies pushing 20kHz on your master, those frequencies, at 16 times normal speed, are in the area of kHz; a little out of the audio spectrum and more in the RF range. In , the band changed their name to X Japan and bassist Taiji left the group, being replaced by Heath.
The mini-album Art of Life was released in , composed solely of the minute title track. Their last album Dahlia was released in , and the following year the band decided to break up.
However, after ten years, X Japan reunited in and recorded the new song " I. They officially recruited lead guitarist Sugizo to fill-in for the deceased hide two years later and in had their first worldwide release, the digital single " Jade ". Besides being one of the first Japanese acts to achieve mainstream success while on an independent label,  the band is widely credited as one of the pioneers of visual kei ,   a movement among Japanese musicians comparable to Western glam.
X Japan have sold millions of records in Japan, claiming un-certified sales of over 30 million. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eastern Standard Time. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Asia Pacific Arts Online Magazine. Chicago Tribune.
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th concise ed. Omnibus Press. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 5 November Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 17 August In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian eds.61 track album.