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Kana have had a lot of concerts in Europe, because she really loves her fans.
If she knew about her Romanian fans, she would probably think to come to Romania.
If we get enough signatures, I will send her the petition. Our purpose is to bring her in Romania at Otaku 2013.
For English, scroll down!
We willen dat An Cafe terugkomt naar Europa voor een aantal concerten. En speciaal naar Nederland. Ze zijn hier nog nooit geweest, maar hier zijn wel een heleboel fans.
Teken de petitie en geef het door aan je vrienden. Het zal ons helpen om ons doel te bereiken. Dat doel is om te laten weten dat hier genoeg fans zijn voor een concert van de band An Cafe! Elk hulp is welkom!
We want An Cafe to come back to Europe for a few concerts. We want An Cafe especially in the Netherlands!
Sign this petition and spread the word about the petition. If you do that it will lead us to our goal! Our goal is letting An Cafe know that there are enough fans here in the Netherlands for a concert of the band! NYAPPY! Any support would help ^_^
♣ D was created in March 2003 by Asagi Ruiza and Sin (guitar), along with Rena (bass) and Hiroki. Their first concert took place in April 2003 and then they participate in the Shock Jam 2003 alongside "stars" of visual kei as Nightmare or Lareine. In July they released their first mini-album New Blood. After the departure of Sin, Hide-Zou joined the band in September 2003 after a short break the group. D then made his first solo concert, Believe or not believe, in November 2003 in Meguro Rock Maykan.
♠ In 2004 they released their second mini-album, Paradox, which ranks 13th in the ranking of the Oricon Indies and a reissue of their first mini-album entitled New Blood - Second Impact. During the recording of their debut album, The Name of the Rose, Rena leaves the group and Hide-Zou replaced on bass by integrating Tsunehito in December 2005.
◊ Their second album, Tafel Anatomie was released in 2006, the year that will start the solo careers of Asagi and Ruiza. During the year 2007 has created the official fanclub D Ultimate Lover and their first live DVD, D Tafel Anatomie TOUR 2006 complete their discography.
Since 2008, Major D goes and signs with the famous Avex Trax and the new contract as a new single was announced May 7th, called BIRTH.
♥ 『 DISCOGRAPHIE : 』
『Albums : 』
[2005. 09. 28] The name of the ROSE (Limited Edition) [2006. 02. 08] The name of the ROSE (Regular Edition) (re-released with Tsunehito) [2006. 10. 18] Tafel Anatomie [2007. 11. 07] Neo culture ~Beyond the world~ [2009. 02. 25] Genetic World
『Mini-Albums : 』
[2003. 07. 18] NEW BLOOD [2004. 01. 07] PARADOX (Limited Edition) [2004. 12. 08] NEW BLOOD ~second impact~ [2006. 05. 03] PARADOX (Regular Edition) [2006. 05. 03] Yume Narishi Kuuchuu Teien (re-released with Tsunehito)
『Singles : 』
[2003. 11. 27] Alice
[2004. 05. 12] Yume Narishi Kuuchuu Teien
[2004. 11. 04] Mayutsuki no Hitsugi
[2005. 01. 12] Mahiru no Koe ~Synchronicity~
[2005. 02. 07] Shiroi Yoru
[2005. 06. 22] Yami Yori Kurai Doukoku no A Cappella to Bara Yori Akai Jounetsu no Aria
[2006. 08. 03] Taiyou wo Okuru Hi
[2007. 04. 25] Dearest you
[2007. 07. 18] Ouka Saki Some ni Keri
[2007. 08. 15] Schwarzschild
[2008. 05. 07] BIRTH
[2008. 09. 03] Yami no Kuni no Alice
[2009. 01. 21] Snow White
[2009. 09. 23] Tightrope
[2009. 12. 02] Day by Day
[2010.02.24] New Album ~
『Distributions CDs : 』
[2004. 07. 28] Japanesque Rock Collectionz [Omnibus] [2006. 12. 06] Ultimate Lover
『Compilations & Collaborations : 』
[2004. 02. 25] CANNONBALL Vol.1 (#1 Nageki no Tenshi) [2004. 06. 20] AQUADIUM Vol.14 (#10 FACE)
『DVDs : 』
[2007. 03. 14] D Tafel Anatomie TOUR 2006
[2008. 07. 30] LAST INDIES TOUR 2008 Follow me ~05. 05 FINAL Akazaka BLITZ~
[2009. 03. 18] D TOUR 2008 "Alice in Dark edge" FINAL
【D Official Website :】
|| Mad D Party || :
D is a Japanese Visual Kei band formed in 2003 by ASAGI, SIN, and Ruiza, after their previous band Syndrome was disbanded.
In March 2003, D was formed with the first five members, ASAGI, Ruiza, HIROKI, SIN, and Rena. They released their first mini-album NEW BLOOD on 18 July 2003. Soon after the release of this album, Ruiza was hospitalized, and SIN decided to leave the band. The band took a small break. During this break, ASAGI and HIROKI played under the name "Night of the Children" with the guitarist Hide-Zou. When Ruiza was released from the hospital, D came back together on September 27, 2003 with Hide-Zou replacing SIN on guitar. Two months after their reunion, they released their first single, Alice. On January 7th, they released their second mini-album Paradox.
During 2004, D released the single Yume Narishi Kuuchuu Teien as well as a live only single Mayutsuki no Hitsugi, which was only for sale at three concerts in Shibuya O-West (4 November 2004), Nagoya ell. FITS ALL (13 November 2004) and Osaka MUSE (23 November 2004). They also decided to release a remastered version of their first mini-album, but this time with the bonus track Gareki no Hana. New Blood ~second impact~ was released on December 8, 2004, quickly followed by their fourth single Mahiru no koe ~Synchronicity~.
In 2005, Rena was in the band long enough to release one more single and PV, Yami yori kurai doukoku no a CAPPELLA to bara yori akai jounetsu no ARIA. After the recording of their latest album, Rena decided to leave the band July 27th. On September 28th, D's first full album The name of the ROSE was released in two versions each with a DVD of a different PV. D also launched their own publication, the Mad Tea Party Magazine.
Tsunehito joined D on December 5, 2005 on bass. He re-recorded the bass lines for The name of the ROSE, which the band re-released with three extra tracks: Shiroi Yoru, Tsukiyo no Renka, and Mayutsuki no Hitsugi. 
Keeping with the trend of remastering their old albums, in 2006 they re-released Paradox and Yume narishi kuchuu teien. The latter came with two additional tracks that were previously unreleased. Their seventh single Taiyou wo Okuru Hi was released in two types: a limited edition with the PV for Taiyou wo Okuru Hi and a regular edition with the voiceless track of Taiyou wo Okuru Hi.  Two months later they released their second album, Tafel Anatomie on October 18, 2006.
For 2007, D launched their official fan club "Ultimate Lover" and released their first live DVD, Tafel Anatomie TOUR 2006 (14 March 2007). Soon after, the band announced in-store events and a three-date tour (Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo) on their website to support their new single, Dearest You (25 April 2007). In the summer, D released two more singles, Ouka Sakisomenikeri (18 July 2007) and Schwarzschild (15 August 2007). In November, D released their third full-length album Neo culture~Beyond the world~ (7 November 2007) in three forms: two special editions each containing a DVD with different PVs and a regular edition with a special thirty-six page booklet.
 Major (2008-Present)
D signed with Avex Trax in 2008. Their last indies tour was called Follow me and a live DVD of the final was released later in July. Their first major single called BIRTH was released May 7, 2008. Next, their second major single, Yami no Kuni no Alice/Hamon, was released on September 3, 2008. Yami no Kuni no Alice was the theme for the Japanese movie "Twilight Syndrome: Dead-go-round" and Hamon was used as the ending theme for the Nintendo DS game Twilight Syndrome. Their first major oneman live BIRTH~sora e no kaiki~ was held August 8th, followed by their year end "Alice in Dark edge" tour. 
D's first activity of 2009 was the release of their third major single Snow White. Then on February 25th they released their first major full-length album titled Genetic World. In the months following, they released a special combined live photo book plus live album D TOUR 2008 Alice in Dark edge FINAL~LIVE ALBUM + PHOTO BOOK and a live DVD D TOUR 2008 Alice in Dark edge (18 March 2009). 
D Tour 2009 "Genetic World" kicked off in April of 2009 and ended in May. Months later, in September, ASAGI opened his own website Rozen Kranz (Japanese) (God Child Records) to sell his own products as well as goods from D's indies era. They announced the renewal of Mad Tea Party Magazine and it was decided that 11th volume and 8th photo book would be sold on October 13th. D's forth major single Tightrope was released on September 23rd. Not long after, they revealed that a previously unreleased song Day by Day would be the theme for a dating simulation game for Japanese mobile phones called "LoveφSummit" (part of the Neo Romance series from KOEI), as well as the title track of a new single to be released on December 2nd.
Taken From: D's Wikipedia Page
An cafe is a japanese visual kei rock band and they have been touring many countries. They consist of 5 members who are all funny and talented.
Having them come to australia would make many of their fans and future fanse very happy (nyappy). =D
In March of 2002, Ruki, Uruha, and Reita (all former band mates), and Aoi and Yune (also former band mates) formed a band under the name Gazette. Originally signed to Matina, they released their first single, "Wakaremichi", and a video release in April. By September they had released two more singles and another video, headlining a show for the first time in October.
In early 2003, Yune decided to leave the band, and he was replaced by Kai. Shortly after, they signed with the PS Company label, and in May released their first EP, Cockayne Soup. They started their first tour, with the band Hanamuke, and along with the tour, the bands collaborated on two songs. A second tour followed with the band Vidoll, and the bands were featured together on the November issue of Cure, a magazine focusing on Visual Kei bands.
In early December they played a co-headlining show with Deadman. On December 28 they performed at Fool's Mate magazine's Beauti-fool's Fest which was later released on DVD.
On January 16, 2004 they recorded a solo performance at the Shibuya-AX, which was released on DVD as Tokyo saihan ~Judgement Day~. On March 30, 2004 they released their Madara mini-album, which reached #2 on the Oricon Indie Charts. Madara was followed in May by a companion DVD, which included six music videos and an in-the-studio documentary. The same month, Gazette was featured in Shoxx magazine's Expect Rush III, a catalogue of independent Visual Kei artists. A second live DVD, Heisei Banka, was released in August. During September and October they toured with fellow PS Company bands Kra and BIS. Their debut album, Disorder, was released in October, and made it to the top 5 of the indies Oricon Daily Charts.
The band spent the remainder of 2004 and 2005 touring extensively, releasing Gama (another mini album) in August.
In 2005 the band released their first major label single, Cassis, in December.
Starting 2006 with a name change—from Japanese characters to a romanized script—they released Nil, their second full-length album, on February 8, 2006, and embarked on another Japanese tour, ending at the venue Nippon Budokan. That July, The Gazette performed at the Beethovenhalle in Bonn, Germany, their first show outside of Asia. The concerts were arranged in conjunction with the AnimagiC anime and manga convention.
Three more singles were released followed by another studio album, Stacked Rubbish on July 4, 2007. It reached #2 on the Oricon charts within a day from the release. The album debut was followed by a promotional tour from July through September. In October, The Gazette started their first European tour stopping England, Finland, France, and Germany.
A single called "Guren" was released on February 13, 2008, which landed a #1 spot on the Oricon Charts, and it was announced that a new DVD would be released in August, and a new single in Autumn 2008.
In August 2008 it was announced that a new single called "Leech" will be released on November 12th this year, but a few weeks later was announced to be postponed when the band's tourbus was involved in a car accident. They were all declared in good health except Reita who suffered a serious injury and was sent to the hospital. The media has yet to confirm the outcome of his condition but their tour in October has not been cancelled.
They is mean.