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Better known as the drummer and lead singer of the electronic music group Yellow Magic Orchestra, Yukihiro Takahashi (June 6, 1952) is a Japanese musician, producer, and actor. Born in Tokyo, he rose to fame playing drums with the Sadistic Mika Band in the early 1970s, after which he released his first solo album Saravah in 1977. Only a year later, he teamed up with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Haruomi Hosono and founded the Yellow Magic Orchestra, a band that spearheaded the electropop boom of the 1980s with releases like Solid State Survivor (1979), ×∞ Multiplies (1980), and Naughty Boys (1983). During this time, he also stayed active as a solo artist, releasing the LPs Murdered by the Music (1980), Neuromantic (1981), and What, Me Worry? (1982), the latter of which featured guest spots by experimental musicians Zaine Griff, Tony Mansfield, and Bill Nelson. Over the next few decades, Yukihiro Takahashi released a plethora of albums that effortlessly combined his pop sensibilities with plenty of avant-garde oomph, and continued to collaborate with YMO bandmate Haruomi Hosono as one half of the duo Sketch Show. In 2022, he issued the live album IT'S GONNA WORK OUT ~LIVE 82-83~, which peaked at Number 23 on the Billboard Japan Albums chart.

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