Medicom - 1/6 Scale - The Mad Capsule Markets - White Crusher MED RAH 189
The Mad Capsule Markets (originally known as The Mad Capsule Market's) were a Japanese band that formed in 1990 and became known for their experimental style of music, which focused on the fusion of electronic music with punk rock and heavy metal.
In 1999 the band released their most internationally recognized album to date. Osc-Dis (Oscillator in Distortion) was a more poppy or melodic take on the sound of Digidogheadlock. It was released worldwide in 2001, driven by the hugely popular single "Pulse", which featured on the video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3. The song and the album became the group's most well-known outside of Japan. At this time the band also introduced their robotic "mascots" the White Crusher and Black Cyborn.
- White Helmeted Figure with Orange Pauldron
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