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This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (June 2008) Ra:IN Ra:IN at Japan Expo in Paris, France on July 3, 2009 Background information Origin Japan Genres Instrumental rock, progressive rock Years active 2002–present Labels Danger Crue Associated acts X Japan, hide with Spread Beaver, Red Warriors, Tensaw Website www.rain-web.com Members Pata Michiaki Tetsu DIE Rain (typeset as Ra:IN, stands for Rock and Inspiration) is a Japanese instrumental rock band. Formed in 2002 by Pata (X Japan), Michiaki (former Tensaw) and Tetsu (former Red Warriors), the group is signed to the Danger Crue label and has, as of 2009, released three albums, a single and a two track EP. Former hide with Spread Beaver keyboardist DIE joined the group in mid-2007.[1] Contents 1 Lineup 2 Discography 3 DVDs 4 References 5 External links Lineup Tomoaki "Pata" Ishizuka – guitar (X Japan, P.A.F., Dope HEADz) Michiaki Suzuki – bass (Tensaw, The Toys, Zoku Zoku Kazoku, Mosaw) Tetsu Mukaiyama – drums (Daizo & Elephants, P.A.F., Red Warriors, CoCCo) Daijiro "DIE" Nozawa – keyboard (support for ZI:KILL, GLAY and Nanase Aikawa, Loopus, hide with Spread Beaver, Minimum Rockets) Discography "The Border" (April 3, 2003) The Line (November 7, 2003) Before the Siren (March 8, 2006) Metal Box (April 9, 2008) "Circle/Psychogenic" (2009, Special Edition EP sold on their 2009 European tour) DVDs Hard Rain & Rocks Live (July 9, 2007) References ^ Official band news External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Ra:IN Official website Official YouYube Official MySpace Pata official website Michiaki official website Tetsu official website DIE official website This article about a Japanese band or other musical ensemble is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e