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Hi willmyerst51,
Done. Following is for your info. As you pointed, Saitama Kaikan opened in 1966. Its address was in the city of Urawa, capital of Saitama prefecture at the time. Urawa merged with Oomiya and Yono on 1 April 2001 and turned to the city of Saitama, current capital.

Done. You can go ahead. ; )

Hi, sorry for did not reply sooner.
I found official CYBER web site has been providing wrong info for more than 10 years!
It tells that CYBER has been suporting many artists for 15 years.
Now I have corrected the open year to 1993. Please go ahead with your edits now!

Hey, yeah, I changed that because of the transliteration standards setlist.fm uses: https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/User:Kepstin/Transliteration_Standard_Japanese (When he, ha, or wo are used as particles, they should be rendered as e, wa, and o respectively.)

Okay, I see. :D Actually, setlist.fm marked your post on my wall as spam as well, didn't even get a notification. I think you can avoid that by simply replacing the dots with spaces and removing the http, slash and www from the url. :)

By the way, there are some other things that could need some Japanese research: >Zen'yasai EVENT< on 1999.12.17, >Shinseidō PRESENTS Video Concert< in October 2000 and the >BATSU Battle & Love< Event in March 2000. You might know the last one from the demo tape that was released there, but other than that, there's almost no information on it. If you could look for those events on the JP net, that would be nice :]

I understood. Thanks for your report. I found and added open year of BABEL as 2008. : )

Hi willmyerst51, is there any intention why you keep this show as "Unknown Venue, Tokyo"?
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/roach/2018/unknown-venue-tokyo-japan-2b970826.html
As you mentioned with "Note", it was held at "BABEL, Tachikawa, Japan".
http://www.roach.jp/?p=4444

Would be cool if that shop has it, I'm also looking for other magazines from that era, so should you ever go there, I could probably give you a list :D Of course I'd pay for the magazines, that's no problem. They're just too rare .__.

As for the live house: I found out that they went to this KFC: https://goo.gl/maps/2JS9bw1BKj12
amHALL is only five minutes away, so it's most likely the live house I'm looking for, but I'm not completely convinced. To make sure, I'd need to know where Osaka GUILD is or was...

Something else: I'm looking for a specific live house that's supposed to be in Osaka. The only information I have is that the audience area is on some kind of slope and that there's no 2nd floor. It's likely one that's on this list: https://sun6-5.userapi.com/vTVYNWBNSd1o6fOIRityS9Xsaita4XYGTJbKXQ/EkBBzjRet00.jpg (hope you can see the picture lol).

Do you know which live house this could be? Or do you have friends in Osaka you could ask?

That would be great :) The magazine in question is called "Vi:lletté vol.3", it's the red one here: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dq_E7vPXQAAVXOx.jpg:large
The problem I encountered is the French title. I can't manage to get through the standard French results to reach some Japanese results. I mean, I don't know how the Japanese side of the internet looks like, but maybe there's something like a Japanese reddit where one could ask for such magazines?

Heyo, you do live in Japan, right? Would it be possible for you to find a certain issue of a certain magazine for me? I've tried Yahoo! Auction and mercari already, but to no avail. And I lack the Japanese for a more thorough search. It's about Masquerade, if that's relevant to your interests. :]

Since October 27, 1995 the venue Melkweg in Amsterdam has two main rooms/halls. What was previously known as the Melkweg's main hall, was renamed Oude Zaal (old room) or OZ as it is called nowadays:
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/melkweg-oude-zaal-amsterdam-netherlands-13d5b1b9.html
On the mentioned date a larger hall opened under the name The Max (nowadays
just Max): https://www.setlist.fm/venue/melkweg-the-max-amsterdam-netherlands-33d5fccd.html
Would you be able as visitor to change the venue for the Mad Capsule setlist from just Melkweg to the correct hall?

Hi willmyerst51,
Thanks you for your reliable comment.
Considering your explanations, I choose Wikipedia Japanese edition this time.
We can change the date anytime if we found more reliable source in the future.

Hi willmyerst51,
I would like to ask you if you are sure of the date of this event.
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/kuroyume/1997/kouchi-citizens-cultural-hall-kouchi-japan-3bf0fcf8.html
According to Wikipedia Japanese edition, it was 24 September, 1997.

Hi Willmyerst51,
Thanks for providing your source. I will keep the setlist with correcting venue name only.
Thank you. :-)

Hi willmyerst51,
Was this mistakenly made? Or you have your own source?
I could not find this show on tour date history of their official site.
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/loudness/1992/konseiken-hall-osaka-japan-bc1f17a.html

Hi Willmyerst51,
Thanks for your check. I will keep them as they are. :-)

Hi willmyerst51,
I found you had created 5 setlists of BiS at BIGSTEP in 2011. BIGSTEP is a complex in Shinsaibashi, Osaka. Did you intentionally tell BIGSTEP as the venue of these shows from club BIGCAT in the same complex? If so, I will leave them as they are. If not, I will change those venues to BIGCAT. :-)

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willmyerst51 saw 74 different artists.

1 MUCC 23
2 DIR EN GREY 13
3 lynch. 8
4 BUCK-TICK 7
5 ROACH 6
6 MERRY 4
  LUNA SEA 4
8 ROTTENGRAFFTY 3
  Loudness 3
10 THE BACK HORN 2