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The four-member boy band FLAME unexpectedly announced on their official site that they have broken up as of March 1. The two twins, Hisato and Yusuke Izaki (25), will continue their activities as actors, while Yu Kitamura (24) and Seigo Noguchi (25) are leaving the Vision Factory agency and pursuing other opportunities.

FLAME made their debut in 2001, consisting of four winners from the 2000 JUNON Superboy Contest. Kyohei Kaneko (22) was one of the original members, but he left in 2004 and was replaced by Noguchi.

During their nine years together, they released nine regular singles and two studio albums. Several of their releases entered the top ten on Oricon’s weekly sales charts.

Source: Oricon +


One response

  1. when i readed this notice, was really suddenly! specially coz some days ago was the chilean earthquake ( i’m chilean xd)…
    i support their decission… but i would like listen their voices again, with new song… perhaphs,not like FLAME… but like solo singers~~


    i hope the best for all them

    April 13, 2010 at 6:28 PM

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