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Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki & Tatsuro Yamashita - Pacific
Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki & Tatsuro Yamashita
Pacific
LP | 1978 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:1978 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Reuniting the best session musicians Japan had to offer to make an album that would evoke the atmospheres of South Pacific islands, the kind of places Japanese people spend their vacations in. Pacific (1978) is a treat to the ears; its theme of the southern Pacific ocean and its warm cerulean waters relax its listeners with a fusion of city pop, soft jazz, and that good old 1970’s funk while remaining surprisingly fully instrumental throughout all contributions from artists Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki, and Tatsuro Yamashita. A true cult LP and an inspiration for a lot of, so called, “vaporware” music.
Cosmic Jokers, The - Galactic Supermarket
Cosmic Jokers, The
Galactic Supermarket
LP | EU | (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:EU –
Genre:Rock / Indie
“(...)Starting with a heavy piano-drums groove like John Cale and Terry Riley’s “The Protégé” from their classic LP Church of Anthrax, The Cosmic Jokers return to their trip with an un-cosmic dub beginning, melodicas and guitars spinning off all over the place Gille Letmann says a couple of words before the breakdown into Clangerland, a place where goofy synthesizers call to each other over exquisite mellotrons and tinkling spacey grand piano. Again, it’s just two huge tracks - this time the ever shifting “Kinder Des Als” and the title track “Galactic Supermarket”. The female voices take a while to assimilate after the austerity of the first Cosmic Jokers LP, and the opening track wanders around for a while before ascending to its righteous groove. The women scream “Schnell Schnell!” and the helicopter drums of Harald Grosskopf propel us once more into a hectic frantic major-chord trance out. It’s the sheer unbalance that makes this recod such a delight. At times, Klaus Schultze’s synthesizer is so loud that it swamps everything in its path. The title track “Galactic Supermarket” begins like one of Van Der Graaf Generator’s greatest and most drawn out riffs. A slow 6/4 bass licks over ominous Pawn Hearts style shifting chords. Again, the piece is slow to begin, as though they are searching for harmony but each musician is confused and solitary. Manuel Gottsching freaks out in a fury of wa-guitar madness, forcing the others awake, but this really is a down-in-the-mouth scene and the whole Trip descends further and further until...an inevitable slow burning groove gets itself together and the scene whips itself up into a Shake Appeal Flip Out. The LP takes a little longer to get into than The Cosmic Jokers, but give it time and it’s in your head forever. Those piercingly loud Klaus Schultze snythesizers which sound so bizarre the first time? You’ll be waking up with them in your head, whistling them in the street, people will think you’ve lost your fucking mind. Right On.(...)”(from Julian Cope’s review)
Steve Reich / Ensemble Modern / Synergy Vocals - Music for 18 Musicians Live At Tokyo City Opera
Steve Reich / Ensemble Modern / Synergy Vocals
Music for 18 Musicians Live At Tokyo City Opera
LP | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Klassik
A stunning version of Steve Reich’s masterpiece of musical minimalism “Music for 18 Musicians” (1974-1976) performed live at Tokyo Opera House in 2008 by The Modern Ensemble and Synergy Vocals featuring the composer as guest performer. In the 1960s, with Terry Riley and Philip Glass, Reich gave pulse back to experimental music, he discovered tape-based techniques of looping and phasing using recordings of fragments of speech, and then molecules of musical material. “ (…)When Steve Reich released Music for 18 Musicians (ECM, 1978), it was a consolidation and major leap forward in the pulse-based music that the minimalist progenitor had been exploring on earlier compositions including “Four Organs” (1969), a piece that relied on nothing more than a six-note chord, yet was a near flat-out sonic assault. 18 Musicians was an altogether more complex and sophisticated work, with a broader textural palette based largely on tuned percussion—piano, vibraphone, marimba and xylophone—but also working with maracas, voice, strings, and clarinets to create a sweeping, hour-plus long suite that was hypnotic, melodic, and eminently accessible. With the mathematical precision by which its eleven sections and wrapping “Pulses” develop, it's a demanding suite to play (…)"
Yuji Ohno / You And Explosion Band - OST Isn’t It Lupintic?: Lupin The Third TV Special
Yuji Ohno / You And Explosion Band
OST Isn’t It Lupintic?: Lupin The Third TV Special
LP | 1999 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:1999 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Yuji Ohno is a Japanese jazz musician born in 1941. He’s principally known for his musical scoring of Japanese anime-television series, of which Lupin III and the feature film The Castle of Cagliostro are his most well known works. Ohno is also well-known as a member of a jazz trio with bassist Miroslav Vitous and drummer Lenny White. The tracks collected here for Lupin The Third: TV Special are oozing with seventies cool, exemplified by opener ‘Theme From Lupin III’: the snares shuffle, the pianos tease and the upright bass walks with all the swagger of a French master thief. Great funky tunes from the Japanese jazz master!
Takeshi Terauchi & The Blue Jeans - Rashomon
Jun Fukamachi - Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Jun Fukamachi
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
LP | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
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This superbly crafted recording features the versatile Japanese jazz/fusion keyboardist Jun Fukamachi as a veritable one-man band in a lively album that captures the essence of the original Beatles’ tunes throughout. The innovative arramngements of the artist, tailored to get the maximum benefit from a surrounding instrument array, produce one of the best technical efforts. Synthesizer effects provide special “flavor,” particularly at the close of “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” on side one, and in the evocative opening of “She’s Leaving Home” on side two. Fukamachi blends a concert grand electric piano, Arp synthesizer, glockenspiel, bass drum, tambourine and other electronic instruments with results that indicate a group, not a solo, with ample display of each. Recorded ten years after the original, in 1977, this recording still sounds exciting, and an eye-catching cover with a mirror image of the famous photo shoot remains one of the most creative reworks of this 50 years old masterpiece!
Les Rallizes Denudes - Live 77
Darkest Hour - Undoing Ruin
Masahiko Satoh & Wolfgang Dauner - Pianology
Masahiko Satoh & Wolfgang Dauner
Pianology
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
16,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Masahiko Satoh’s fourth album is a duet with German pianist and composer Wolfgang Dauner. Dauner is one of very early European avant-garde jazz pianists, and he recorded the first free jazz album in Germany back in 1964. Dauner played with Eberhard Weber and Jean-Luc Ponty, and in the late 60s, he experimented with choral music. Being a passionate innovator and experimenter, in 1970 he discovered electronic devices and started using them in his music. He experimented with ring-modulated Hohner clavinets and pianos and recorded several albums for ECM. During his Japanese tour in spring 1971, he met one of the most advanced Japanese pianists of that time, Masahiko Satoh. The five compositions on this album were recorded in Tokyo in March 1971, but were not released until that autumn. It’s interesting that a few months later, Masahiko Satoh will record and release his best known, and in some sense, legendary album “ Amalgamation” - an eclectic mix of musical genres and sounds, which was probably influenced by his earlier collaboration with Dauner.
A Day To Remember - What Seperates Me From You
Waterdown - Never Kill The Boy
Takeshi Terauchi & The Blue Jeans - Rashomon
Sister Sin - True Sound Of The Underground
Sister Sin - Switchblade Serenades
Carnifex - Diseased & The Poisoned
Reverend Horton Heat - Rev
Positive Express - Changin' Times
Comeback Kid - Symptoms + Cures
Warzone / Cause For Alarm - Split
Warzone - Lower Eastside
Cosmic Jokers - Galactic Supermarket
Cosmic Jokers
Galactic Supermarket
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
18,99 €* 19,99 € -5%
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Originally released in 1974, this LP was the result of several all-night psychedelic jam sessions by krautrock supergroup The Cosmic Jokers. The Jokers were none other than Klaus Schulze and Manuel Göttsching of Ash Ra Temple and Jurgen Dollase and Harald Grosskopf of Wallenstein (on mellotron and drums) with the occasional vocals provided by Rosi Muller and Gille Lettmann. These historic sessions were organized by producer Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser who, instead of bothering to ask the musicians to cut an album, took the alternative route of feeding them copious amounts of acid and surreptitiously recording the results! This predictably enraged everyone involved in the project, and for decades the recordings languished in legal proceedings.
Feed Her To The Sharks - Fortitude
Strife - In This Defiance
Strife
In This Defiance
LP | 2014 | US | Reissue (Victory)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
No holds barred hardcore. Strife take the positivity and style of 'One Truth" to another level of agression. The music is heavier than previous releases and singer Rick Rodney sounds ten times as harsh as he has in the past. Now available again on vinyl.
Deadguy - Fixation On A Coworker
Earth Crisis - Gomorrah's Season Ends
Earth Crisis - Destroy The Machines
All Out War - Assassins In The House Of God
Colours - Ivory
Broadside - Old Bones
All Out War - Into The Killing Fields
Sleeping - Questions & Answers
Aiden - Nightmare Anatomy
Dead To Fall - Everything I Touch Falls To Pieces
All Out War - Condemned To Suffer
A Day To Remember - Old Record
A Day To Remember - For Those Who Have Heart
Earth Crisis - Firestorm
Blood For Blood - Outlaw Anthems
Islander - Violence & Destruction
Path Of Resistance, The - Who Dares Wins
Jungle Rot - Terror Regime
Warzone - Old School To New School
Islander - Pains
Jungle Rot - Kill On Command
Ringworm - The Venomous Grand Design Black Vinyl Edition
Ringworm
The Venomous Grand Design Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Victory)
12,99 €* 19,99 € -35%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Inspired by the bloody, early days of the metal and hardcore crossover that occurred in the late 0s, RINGWORM plays every show with a raw and unbridled rage that is unparallel to anyone else. Think of classic bands like Venom, Motorhead, Discharge, Celtic Frost, Slayer and Carnivore... you get the idea. In these days, when the public thinks hardcore and metal are more about fashion than fury, RINGWORM stands in opposition to the trends. Includes digital download code.
Ringworm - Birth Is Pain
Cause For Alarm - Cause For Alarm
Sister Sin - Now And Forever
Warzone - Sound Of Revolution
Day To Remember - Attack Of The Killer B-sides
A Day To Remember - What Separates Me From You
Emmure - Slave To The Game
Emmure - Felony Singles
A Day To Remember - Old Record
Blood For Blood - Livin in exile
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