8,000 Fans Storm into Hollywood to be Part of X Japan History
Mega Super J-Rock Band Films Four (4) Music Videos On Top of the Kodak Theatre
Over 8,000 attendees, controlled by over 100 police and fire marshals, swarmed onto the streets of Hollywood to witness the biggest band in Japan rock history, X JAPAN, film 4 music videos (Rusty Nail, Jade, I.V. and Endless Rain) on the Kodak Theatre roof-top on January 9, 2010. More information can be found at http://www.jrocknation.com/.
Fans, from all over the world, began to gather at 4:00 pm below a glass stage (10 meters wide/10 meters in deph/20 meters high from the ground) stretching out from the Kodak Theatre roof-top. With tears of joy in her eyes, one fan stated "this is the best moment in my life, X JAPAN forever! The U.S. loves you!!!" Others stated, "it was AMAZING! The pyrotechnics & the lasers & the energy! I will never forget this experience!"
With over 800 staffers working the event, 3 crane cameras, 300 pyro-cannons, 20 11-ton trucks on 24 hour standby, 2 helicopters, 20 other stationed cameras and Los Angeles Police and Fire Department officials on standby. The evening was filled with a fever of high energy, excitement and a pyrotechnics and a custom-built laser light show that blew away the screaming fans below.
About X JAPAN
X Japan is not only the biggest band in Japan rock history, their popularity is spreading overseas, to Asia, to Europe, and about to explode in the US. X Japan has sold over 30 million albums/singles/videos to date. They also pioneered Visual-Kei, which is infecting worldwide Anime fans through the unique style of music and fashion.
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