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Tokyo Adventures, previously known as Boba Fett, were a four-piece pop punk/rock band from the Wirral, England. They released two albums as Tokyo Adventures and various EPs.
Tokyo Adventures played their final gig on 5 August 2006 at the Munkyfest festival near Frodsham, Cheshire.
The band formed under the name Boba Fett (after the Star Wars character) in 1998. In November 2000 they changed their name to Tokyo Adventures. Early demos were self-released CD-Rs. The albums We Have The Technology, One Kiss For Luck and Hunter's Handbook were released and distributed by Keith Records/Boss Tuneage.
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