Well, in my humble opinion, not necessarily. I mean, _now_ the official site and most other places are using "□□□", but before they did(because I swear there was a time when they weren't. maybe I was imagining it though..), the closest approximation was "口口口". Their official site even lists this notation as being an acceptable variation on how their name can be rendered(or one that will inevitably lead you back to their web page if you ran it through a search engine, anyway).. the ones they list are "□□□ 口ロロ クチロロ 口口口". So I don't see the problem with using any of those. I am personally going to keep using this one, and still hold out hope there will come a day when last.fm will merge both of the more popular tags(this and □□□) together, so kuchiroro can have a far healthier number of plays here, which they so richly deserve. Seriously, only 29,000 plays? It's criminal.
It's high time for a little shameless promotion: kuchiroro. Please come join! And, again with this request, but new pictures have been uploaded, so please vote for those as well. To reflect the change of kuchiroro going from two members to three :)
One of my favorite bands Ever. And one of the few(in my opinion, anyway) that are competent enough to mix a variety of genres together all on one album and still have the end result be completely cohesive(Fanfare is practically a masterpiece of this style) Genius.
Is it really supposed to be all the same kanji? When I type kuchiroro on my computer in Japanese, I get 口ロロ, with the ro characters smaller.... But this artist listing has more plays than the other. Does that make it official?