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Named after a form of Buddhist meditation, Zazen Boys first appeared as a side project of Japanese musician Mukai Shutoku, the guitarist/vocalist of alt-rock band Number Girl, as an opportunity for Mukai to express some of his more diverse and experimental musical urges at a time when his other band was riding the crest of its breakthrough into the mainstream. After Number Girl's demise he revived the project, taking them to new levels of critical and commercial success and proving a critical link between mainstream and underground music in Japan. The original 2002 lineup of Zazen Boys featured Mukai backed by the experimental hip-hop/funk band 54-71, although he undertook his immediate post-Number Girl activities under his own name and with a variety of musicians, including avant-garde jazz-punk band Panic Smile (early contemporaries of Mukai from his hometown of Fukuoka) and jazz musician Kikuchi Naruyoshi. In contrast to the Pixies-style alt-rock that had made Number Girl famous, these early shows mixed jazz, funk, rock, and hip-hop, and it was this collision of genres that formed the basis for what was to become the new Zazen Boys. Establishing the new lineup around ex-Number Girl drummer Inazawa Ahito, former Art-School bass player Hinata Hidekazu, and guitarist Yoshikane Sou from Kicking the Lion, Mukai started work on a self-titled debut album, Zazen Boys, which was released in 2004 and quickly followed up by a second, entitled Zazen Boys, Vol. 2, during the same year. Both albums drew on and developed ideas mixing funk, rock, and elements of traditional Japanese culture partially developed in Number Girl's final album, Num-Heavy Metallic, as well as the more experimental work of the post-Number Girl live shows.