Koenjihyakkei can simply not be categorized. Filing them under the genre tag "other music" is just not "other" enough. Led by Tatsuya Yoshida (of superhuman Japanese drums & bass duo Ruins), Koenjihyakkei take Magma's Zeuhl-music, neo-classical jazz rock, epic Hollywood metal, medieval choral chanting and hardcore punk and stuff everything in a cosmic meat grinder. What comes out is the highly explosive, uncategorizable "otherness" of Koenjihyakkei. The music is insanely hyperactive, exploding with flashy keyboard lines, intricate guitar riffs, speedy, convoluted bass/drum patterns, weird time signatures, operatic female vocals that border on apocalyptic war cries and eerie chanting in a made-up language of their own. All this executed with superhuman prog rock precision AND crust punk energy. For fans of Magma, Deep Turtle, Boredoms, and people looking for a new favorite "other music" band. 'Hundred Sights Of Koenji' was originally released on CD in 1994 by God Mountain Records.