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<i>Unleashed in the East</i> 1979 live album by Judas Priest

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<i>This Time Around: Live in Tokyo</i> 2001 live album by Deep Purple

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<i>Greatest Hits Live</i> (Earth, Wind & Fire album) 1996 live album by Earth, Wind & Fire

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<i>Big in Japan: Live in Tokyo 2010</i> 2010 live album by Klaus Schulze

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<i>Live at the Tokyo Dome</i> 2012 live album by The Rolling Stones

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<i>Tokyo Dome Live in Concert</i> 2015 live album by Van Halen

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