JPz Records History
- JPz Records was founded by 3 DJ wannabes: Enosioph Leviticus, Xenoglossia, and Arranox.
- The trio were close friends once registered users of DA-Anime.
- The 3 DJs decided to upload Japanese & English ‘remixes’ and ‘mixtapes’ on a website addressed “jpzrecords.blogspot.com/”.
- On that month brought about JPz Records’s official 1st anniversary date.
- Enosioph decided to share J-Music singles and albums on the website.
- On the 2nd year anniversary, Arranox retired from JPz Records to pursue his ‘dream’.
- Enosioph and Nanaya Shiki (Another DA-Anime user) founded JPz Records’s Fansubs Section.
- JPz Records’s first project was ‘Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete’, which was releases in BluRay definition/dual audio (English & Japanese).
- At the end of the month, JPz Records decided to pickup a new project, School Days.
- JPz Records first guest singer, Katerinu, sang 3 tracks of JPz Records’s official J-Remixes.
- JPz Records also picked up a hentai (18+) Original Video Animation called, 15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki, which was sadly released around December due to delay.
- After the 3rd year anniversary, JPz Records continued to pickup hentai OVAs and upload J-Music related materials on the website.
- A new contributor, Warlock, contributed in setting up JPz Records’s new server for the upcoming anniversary.
- On the 4th year anniversary, JPz Records moved to a new domain from “jpzrecords.blogspot.com/” to “http://www.jpzrecords.org/”.
June 26, 2011
- “http://www.jpzrecords.org/” was attacked by a malware invader.
July 1, 2011
- “http://www.jpzrecords.org/” was restored back to operation, special thanks to Volvagia356.
July 16, 2011
- JPz Records opened up its official YouTube channel @ “http://www.youtube.com/user/JPzRecords”.
July 26, 2011
- “http://www.jpzrecords.org/” has moved to a new server run by Sue, a new volunteered webmanager.
January 19, 2012
- JPz Records temporarily closed due to Megaupload Shutdown.
February 1, 2012
- On the 5th Anniversary, JPz Records commenced Operation: FIRE THE MEDIA.
- Re-uploading entire JPz Records archives in Mediafire.
March 1, 2012
- JPz Records canceled Operation: FIRE THE MEDIA and decided to go with MirrorCreator.
- JPz Records remains active in sharing J-Musics, remixes, and original fansubs releases.
JPz Records History