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Native name  中原 昌也
Role  Musician
Name  Masaya Nakahara

Labels  Boid, Daisyworld
Years active  1993–present
Genres  Noise music
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Also known as  Violent Onsen Geisha Hair Stylistics
Born  June 4, 1970 (age 45) Tokyo, Japan (1970-06-04)
Occupation(s)  Musician, writer, actor
Albums  Nation of Rhythm Slaves
Movies  My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?
People also search for  Shinji Aoyama, Astro, Akira Sakata, Akio Milan Paak
Associated acts  Jim O'Rourke, Thurston Moore, Hanayo, Cornelius

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Masaya Nakahara (中原 昌也, Nakahara Masaya, born June 4, 1970), also known by his stage names Violent Onsen Geisha and Hair Stylistics, is a Japanese musician, writer and actor. He was described by Allmusic as "one of those musical entities that defy categorization." He co-starred in Shinji Aoyama's 2005 film My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me? with Tadanobu Asano.


Violent Onsen Geisha

  • Excrete Music (1991)
  • Otis (1993)
  • Que Sera, Sera (1995)
  • Black Lovers: Early Lost Tapes 1988 (1995)
  • The Midnight Gambler (1996)
  • Nation of Rhythm Slaves (1996)
  • Teenage Pet Sounds (1996)
  • Hair Stylistics

  • 1996–1999 (2001)
  • Custom Cock Confused Death (2004)
  • AM 5:00+ (2007)
  • Expanded Pussies (2009)
  • Live! (2009)
  • Live: Album (2010)
  • Guest appearances

  • Jim O'Rourke – "After the Fox" from All Kinds of People: Love Burt Bacharach (2010)
  • Remixes

  • Cornelius – "Volunteer Ape Man (Disco)" from 96/69 (1996)
  • Hanayo – "Makka na Shizuku" from Sayonalala (1996)
  • Microstoria – "Endless Summer NAMM" from Reprovisers (1997)
  • Filmography

  • My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me? (2005)
  • References

    Masaya Nakahara Wikipedia

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