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Which is released on 1991-10-14 from record company Sub Pop.
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Bleach is the name of more than one band; There is a blistering all-girl Japanese rock trio, an American rock group (see below), as well as a British group (see below). They all redirect here. == Bleach (JP) == Bleach (alternatively called Bleach03 or Bleachmobile) was an all-female punk trio from Okinawa, Japan. The members included, Kanna on guitar and vocals, Miya on bass and Sayuri on drums. Kanna was the primary lyricist. Citing artistic differences, Bleach disbanded on June 10, 2009, less than a month before the release of their final album “bleach stone.” Several early singles were released prior to their first full length, “Kibaku-Zai” (Triggering Device), which was released in 2000. In 2001, the band released three EPs including “Hadaka No Jo” (Naked Queen) to a growing audience. In 2003, Bleach released the EP “Canary Teikoku No Gyakushu” (Canary Empire Strikes Back) and, later that year, a full-length entitled “Bleach.” In 2003, due to a growing audience outside of Japan, a UK label released “Three Girls From Okinawa,” which consists of “Naked Queen” and three cuts from the earlier “Triggering Device.” In 2007, to the delight of their growing fan base, Bleach released “The Head That Controls Both Right And Left Sides Eats Meats And Slobbers Even Today.” After 2001 Bleach played four times at the SXSW Festival, each time adding additional dates in the US, including the legendary, but now-defunct, CBGB in New York. In 2003, they played the Rising Sun Rock Festival in Japan. Their live shows were memorable, if for nothing other than the raw force unleashed by these three diminutive “girls from Okinawa”. Learn more about Bleach