Bukkake All-Stars: Japan's Oldest Jpop Duo
Ritsuko and Mitsuko exploded all over the Japanese Pop Music scene in 2002 with their debut album We Afraid of Americans. Many industry critics doubted the girls saying they were too old to have a lasting impact on the Japanese music world. "I know I am already 23," said Ritsuko. "but music is timeless. Aaliyah said age is just a number and I want to follow in her footsteps."

Ritsuko Kusanagi
Ritsuko Kusanagi
Name: Ritsuko Kusanagi
Position: Group Leader, Social Acvitist
Birthday: May 28, 1979
Birthplace: Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
Blood Type: A
Height: 145cm
Weight: 39kg
Hate Colors: Red, White, Blue
Favorite Food: Bibimbap, Mountain Potato
Inspirations: Ayumi Hamasaki, Hugo Chavez

Mitsuko Katakuri
Mitsuko Katakuri
Name: Mitsuko Katakuri
Position: Group Member, Single Mother
Birthday: June 15, 1979
Birthplace: Nara-ken
Blood Type: AB
Height: 150cm
Weight: 39kg
Hate Colors: White
Favorite Food: Yakiniku, Poutine
Inspirations: Sean Penn, Takahashi Ai

Stolen Generation Founded 2002
Do not ask the girls about their birthdays! They are sensitive about it in their advancing ages! But if you are curious the band was "born" December 7th, 2001.

The girls met at after they were rejected by the same matchmaker due to age. They then decided to combine forces to prove that women really can live life after 17!

Ritsuko Says
When Mitsuko and I had first started to release singles music many people had said to us "No one wants to hear old lady music!" We believe that despite our different ages we are united by a common enemy: Geroge W. Bush.

Mitsuko Says
Many women have asked me how I have the courage to leave the apartment at my age in such revealing clothing! They ask me what my secret to looking young and vital is.

Simply put it is to eat well and pregnancy test often. These are the most important of things.

Ritsuko Says
Yes exactly. <('o'<)
Stolen Generation
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