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Psychic Lover

Performing in Springfield, Virginia in October, 2007
Background information
Origin Japan
Genres J-Rock
Years active 2000–present
Labels Columbia Music Entertainment, Pony Canyon
Website [1]
Yoshiyuki Wada, Tatsuhiro Imajo

Psychic Lover (サイキックラバー Saikikkurabā ?) is a J-pop band consisting of vocalist YOFFY (Yoshiyuki Wada (和田 よしゆき Wada Yoshiyuki ?)) and guitarist IMAJO (Tatsuhiro Imajo (今城 龍寛 Imajo Tatsushiro ?)). Originally consisting of six members, YOFFY and IMAJO are the only two who remained for their rise to fame. Much of their work has been featured as opening and closing themes of Japanese television series and Anime. Yoffy has also worked with Eizo Sakamoto (vocalist of Anthem and Animetal), Masaaki Endoh, Sakura Nogawa, Ai Tokunaga, Ryoko Shintani, Mayumi Gojyou, Sister MAYO, and Yukari Fukui on other projects.

In October 2007, the band performed in the United States for the first time at the Akiba Fest J-Pop Halloween Concert Ball in Springfield, Virginia.





  1. "TRAMSFORMER -Dream Again-"
    Released in February 2, 2003 / TV Anime Transformers: Armada 1st Opening Song
  2. "Never Ending Road"
    Released in February 2, 2003 / TV Anime Transformers: Armada 1st Ending Song
  3. "TRAMSFORMER -Dream Again- / Never Ending Road "
    Released in March 29, 2003 / A re-released version of "TRAMSFORMER -Dream Again-" and "Never Ending Road"
  4. "Transformers ~Steel Courage~ (Transformers ~鋼鉄の勇気~ Transformers ~Kotetsu no Yuuki~ ?) / Don't Give Up!!"
    Released in July 23, 2003 / TV Anime Transformers: Armada 2nd Ending Song
  5. "Itsumo Te no Naka ni (いつも手の中に ?)"
    Released in July 30, 2003 / TV Anime Dokkoida?! Opening Theme
  6. "Special Investigation Squadron Dekaranger (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā ?) / Midnight Dekaranger (ミッドナイト デカレンジャー Middonaito Dekarenjā ?)"
    Released in March 3, 2004 / Tokusatsu Series Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger Opening and Ending Themes
  7. "Asu eno Toushi (明日への闘志 ?) / TAKE MY SOUL FOREVER"
    Released in November 17, 2004 / TV Anime Ring ni Kakero Ending Theme
  8. "いざ行け!ビートル / I Believe"
    Released in June 1, 2005 / Theme song to the movie Kabuto-O Beetle
  9. "GAIKING"
    Released in December 21, 2005 / TV Anime Gaiking Legend of Daiku-Maryu Opening Theme
  10. "GoGo Sentai Boukenger (轟轟戦隊ボウケンジャー Gōgō Sentai Bōkenjā ?) / Adventurers ON THE ROAD (冒険者 ON THE ROAD Bōkensha On Za Rōdo ?)
    Released in March 8, 2006 / Tokusatsu Series GoGo Sentai Boukenger Ending Theme
  11. "XTC"
    Released in May 24, 2006 / TV Anime Witchblade Opening Theme
  12. "Oh! my god"
    Released in July 19, 2006 / TV Anime Gaiking Legend of Daiku-Maryu 2nd Ending Theme
  13. "Number One Battle Brawlers (ナンバーワン・バトルブローラーズ Nanbā Wan Batoru Burōrāzu ?)"
    Released in May 23, 2007 / TV Anime Bakugan Battle Brawlers 1st Opening Theme
  14. "Precious Time,Glory Days"
    Released in November 21, 2007 / TV Anime Yu-Gi-Oh! GX 4th Opening Theme
  15. "Bucchigiri Infinite Generation (ブッちぎり∞ジェネレーション Bucchigiri Infinitto Jenerēshon ?)"
    Released in November 21, 2007 / TV Anime Bakugan Battle Brawlers 2nd Opening Theme
    Released in December 17, 2007 / TV Anime Tytania Opening Theme
  17. "Samurai Sentai Shinkenger (侍戦隊シンケンジャー Samurai Sentai Shinkenjā ?) / Dreaming 24/7, Shinkenger (四六時夢中 シンケンジャー Shirokujimuchū Shinkenjā ?)"
    Released in March 18, 2009 / Tokusatsu Series Samurai Sentai Shinkenger Opening Theme


  1. Psychic Lover
    Released in June 21, 2006
  2. Psychic Lover II
    Released in September 2, 2009

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