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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedure: Due to the public nature of SCP-XXXX, containment as such is considered unfeasible. Instead, efforts to prevent it from spreading to other musical acts have been enacted. MTF Gamma-3 ("Sultans of Swing") has been implanted within Sunshine Talent Agency and is directed to prevent any and all prolonged contact between SCP-XXXX and other musicians. Should SCP-XXXX-01 spread to any other musical act and take them captive, Directive 47/Ansel is to be enacted.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Japanese pop music group known as Do As Infinity. SCP-XXXX consists of seven members, all female, Japanese-born, and between the ages of 18 and 21. SCP-XXXX was formed by and is currently under the employ of Sunshine Talent Agency, which operates out of and is based in Tokyo, Japan.

SCP-XXXX-01 is a noncorporeal entity controlling the minds of SCP-XXXX by way of what appears to be telepathy. SCP-XXXX-01 is believed to be a completely free-floating telepathic entity and lacking in any sort of corporeal source. Queries as to its origin have not resulted in any definitive location (see Document XXXX-1107a).

SCP-XXXX-01 is believed to be highly audio sensitive. As such, the use of an anechoic chamber1 has been successful in removing the influence of SCP-XXXX-01, as the entity exhibits an intolerance for areas of less than 0db similar to that of humans. With this knowledge, Directive 47/Ansel has been developed as a means of keeping the control of SCP-XXXX-01 localized to its initial hosts.

Recovery Log: SCP-XXXX was discovered after Japanese authorities received word of unusual behavior from the group Do As Infinity. After a short investigation, a Foundation liason was contacted and the case was handed over to officials station at Site 48. With the help of Tokyo police, MTF Gamma-3 was implanted within [blackboxed] Talent Agency and SCP-XXXX's behavior was reported to be a publicity stunt to increase the group's notoriety.

First contact was made in May of 2007 but it would not be until November that an direct interview with SCP-XXXX-01 would be ascertained. All attempts at communication before then were stymied by SCP-XXXX-01, citing such grievances as Foundation staff having a "poor taste in music".

Addendum XXXX-0X: Document XXXX-1107a.

The following was conducted on 11/12/07 at the main offices of Sunshine Talent Agency in Tokyo, Japan between SCP-XXXX and field operative Dr. Ann Hazelwood.

<Begin Log>

Dr. Hazelwood: Hello, I'm Dr. Hazelwood. What are you called?

SCP-XXXX: [all seven members, in unison] I am called [unintelligible].

Dr. Hazelwood: It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance..

SCP-3XXX: You may call us Hanekawa.

Researcher's Note: This is likely taken from Hanekawa Mai, the de-facto "leader" of the group and one of its senior members.

Dr. Hazelwood: Thank you. Hanekawa, I-

SCP-3XXX: Hanekawa-san.

Dr. Hazelwood: Begging your pardon, Hanekawa-san. I wanted to ask you why you were here. Why you chose these young ladies.

SCP-3XXX: [in unison, still] I love them. They create such magnificent tones. The best in creation.

Dr. Hazelwood: You're a fan of their music?

SCP-XXXX: Indeed. Who would have thought the species that spawns the most wretched timbres in the universe could also create the most divine.

I don't even know what to do with these honestly..