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Sheki-Dol
シェキドル
Shelo-dol
General Information

Origin

Japan

Genre

J-pop

Years active

2000-2002

Lable

SPREE RECORDS, Zetima Records

Members

Kitagami Ami (Joined July 2000)
Oki Ibuki (Joined: July 2000, Left: in summer of 2001)
Suenaga Mami (Joined: March 2001)
Arai Saki (Joined: August 2001)

Website

Hello! Project.com

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2001 (4th single)

Sheki-Dol (シェキドル) was a group formed in July of 2000 with members Kitagami Ami and Oki Ibuki. The two had participated in 4th Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Auditions. In 2001, Suenaga Mami joined the group. Later that year Oki Ibuki left the group and Arai Saki replaced her. The group disbanded in 2002 due to Suenaga being pregnant.

HistoryEdit

Sheki-Dol was formed in July of 2000 with members Kitagami Ami and Oki Ibuki, two participants of the 4th Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Auditions (the same auditions that Matsuura Aya eventually won).

On November 1st, 2000, they released their first single Kokoro no Pheromone.

In March of 2001, Suenaga Mami joined the group, making it a threesome. In the summer of 2001, after their third single, Oki left to pursue a solo career, and Arai Saki joined to replace her in August of 2001.

On April 13th, 2001, they released their second single Tetteiteki Unmei.

On June 27th, 2001 they released their third single Zentaiteki ni Daisuki Desu. It was one of the ending theme songs of the anime Crayon Shinchan.

On December 05, 2001, they released their fourth single, Ai wa Muteki ~Hatachi no Yoru no Chikai~. It was marketed as their major debut single. On every cover, the band name is written in Japanese and English. But on this single it is written only in Japanese. They also switched record label from SPREE RECORDS to zetima.

On January of 2002, Sheki-Dol disbanded after having released only four singles. The official reason was that one of its members needed medical attention. It was later discovered that Suenaga had become pregnant.

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