Access (group)

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Access (also known as AXS) is a Japanese pop group.wikipedia
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Daisuke Asakura

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Its members are Daisuke Asakura and Hiroyuki Takami.
Also in 1990, Asakura met the vocalist Hiroyuki Takami and featured him in some of his solo work.

Code Geass

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Access performed the opening theme for Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Stages 24 & 25, "Hitomi no Tsubasa", and did the third opening theme for D.Gray-Man, "Doubt & Trust" (2007).
The bands FLOW, Ali Project, Jinn, SunSet Swish, Access, and Orange Range have provided songs for the opening and ending themes.

TM Network

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Access was also featured in Fuji TV's event live, "FNSうたの夏まつり" ("FNS Summer Festival of Song" - 8 August 2012) doing a cover of TM Network's song, "Be Together", with Tetsuya Komuro.
Several musicians have supported them at their live shows as backing bands such as Tak Matsumoto (B'z), Daisuke Asakura (access), and more.

Pop music

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Access (also known as AXS) is a Japanese pop group.

Virginia Tech shooting

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In 2007, after the Virginia Tech massacre, access produced the song "Shadow over the world" in dedication to the memory of the victims.

D.Gray-man

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Access performed the opening theme for Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Stages 24 & 25, "Hitomi no Tsubasa", and did the third opening theme for D.Gray-Man, "Doubt & Trust" (2007).

Here Is Greenwood

In July 2008, their single "Dream Runner" was featured as the opening theme of the TV drama series, Here is Greenwood.

Goodbye Charlie

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In 2009, Access was indirectly featured in a musical rendition of Goodbye Charlie with Takami portraying one of the lead roles and Asakura having composed and directed the music.

Tetsuya Komuro

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Access was also featured in Fuji TV's event live, "FNSうたの夏まつり" ("FNS Summer Festival of Song" - 8 August 2012) doing a cover of TM Network's song, "Be Together", with Tetsuya Komuro.

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Iceman (Japanese band)

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They officially assembled on June 5, 1996, when a press conference was held in Tokyo to announce the two musicians who would accompany Daisuke Asakura in his next musical venture after the breakup of Access.

The Electromancer

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The Electromancer is the second solo album released by Daisuke Asakura on July 21, 1995, and the first solo album released by Asakura after his departure from the popular J-pop group Access.

D-Trick

D-Trick is the second solo album by Daisuke Asakura, as well as the last solo album released by him before he joined the popular J-pop group Access.

Jungle King Tar-chan

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The first ending "Virign Land" is performed by Ann Lewis, the second ending "Misty Heartbreak" is performed by access and the third ending "Jingle Jungle Dance" is performed by Ann Lewis.