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Two: Live At Sydney Opera House (CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: N 0461. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Inosc
  2. Propho
  3. Trioon II
  4. Scape I
  5. Berlin
  6. Scape II
  7. Morning
  8. Iano
  9. Emspac
  10. Kizuna
  11. Gitrac
  12. Monomom
  13. Panois
  14. Naono
  15. The Revenant Theme
Review: Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto's collaborative partnership reaches back to the turn of the century, when Noto was touring Japan and invited to rework some of Sakamoto's material. Since then, they've delivered a modest but important body of work via Raster-Noton and produced the soundtrack to major Hollywood film "The Revenant". In the wake of last year's "Glass" released on Noto's Noton label, this live album captures the duo in full flight at Sydney Opera House. Noto's immaculately sculpted tones and textures carve out space around Sakamoto's trademark delicate, lingering notes, resulting in an absorbing listening experience as emotionally engaging as it is technically astounding.
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 in stock $20.53
Two: Live At Sydney Opera House (gatefold 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: N 0462. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Inosc (7:13)
  2. Propho (5:44)
  3. Trioon II (5:58)
  4. Scape I (2:51)
  5. Berlin (5:15)
  6. Scape II (2:32)
  7. Morning (4:43)
  8. Iano (3:58)
  9. Emspac (4:34)
  10. Kizuna (4:41)
  11. Gitrac (4:07)
  12. Monomom (6:31)
  13. Panois (2:51)
  14. Naono (11:02)
  15. The Revenant Theme (6:16)
Review: Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto's collaborative partnership reaches back to the turn of the century, when Noto was touring Japan and invited to rework some of Sakamoto's material. Since then, they've delivered a modest but important body of work via Raster-Noton and produced the soundtrack to major Hollywood film "The Revenant". In the wake of last year's "Glass" released on Noto's Noton label, this live album captures the duo in full flight at Sydney Opera House. Noto's immaculately sculpted tones and textures carve out space around Sakamoto's trademark delicate, lingering notes, resulting in an absorbing listening experience as emotionally engaging as it is technically astounding.
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 in stock $52.65
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Coda
Coda (Blu-ray)
Cat: 776907
coming soon $77.93
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Coda
Coda (2x DVD + booklet)
Cat: 776905
coming soon $168.35
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Playing The Piano
Cat: DCAB 0014662722.
 
Ambient/Drone
coming soon $23.89
B 2 Unit (remastered) (SACD with obi-strip)
Cat: SNYJ 74496782. Rel: 15 Jun 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Differencia
  2. Thatness & Thereness
  3. Participation Mystique
  4. E-3A
  5. Iconic Storage
  6. Riot In Lagos
  7. Not The 6 O'Clock News
  8. The End Of Europe
 in stock $50.92
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Playing The Orchestra 2014
Cat: IMT 50104582.
 
Ambient/Drone
coming soon $51.95
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Coda
Coda (CD)
Cat: MVPJ 12422.
 
Experimental/Electronic
coming soon $43.64
Music For Film (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SILLP 1524. Rel: 14 May 19
Soundtracks
  1. Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence (main Theme) (6:03)
  2. The Last Emperor: Endroll (8:01)
  3. The Last Emperor: Rain (4:15)
  4. The Sheltering Sky (main Theme) (6:26)
  5. High Heels (main Theme) (3:09)
  6. Wild Palms (main Theme) (2:30)
  7. Little Buddha: Acceptance (8:41)
  8. Snake Eyes (main Theme - long version) (5:21)
  9. Femme Fatale: Bolerisch (6:09)
  10. Babel: Bibo No Aozora (6:32)
  11. Hara Kiri (Ichimei): Small Hope (5:02)
  12. Yae No Sakura (Opening Theme) (2:59)
  13. The Revenant (main Theme) (3:04)
Review: While most celebrated in electronic music circles for his work as part of Yellow Magic Orchestra - not to mention a string of experimental solo works - Ryuichi Sakamoto has long been an acclaimed composer of music for the big screen. As the title suggests, this fine compilation gathers together some of his best soundtrack works. There are plenty of familiar favourites present - check the chiming, suitably cheery theme to "Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence" and the swelling closing theme from "The Last Emperor" - alongside lesser-known gems such as the lilting strings of "The Sheltering Sky (Main Theme)", the simmering beauty of "Little Buddha: Acceptance" and the jazz-influenced bliss of "Femme Fatale: Bolerisch".
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Intérprete: JKriv (Razor-N-Tape)
 in stock $25.73
Thousand Knives Of (reissue) (LP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: WWSLP 24. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Thousand Knives (9:55)
  2. Island Of Woods (9:21)
  3. Grasshoppers (5:21)
  4. Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied (7:57)
  5. Plastic Bamboo (6:27)
  6. The End Of Asia (6:21)
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto was still in the early days of his career when second solo album, "Thousand Knives Of", appeared in 1978. It was recorded around the same time as the formation of the band that made him famous, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and contains a similar reliance on cutting-edge electronic instrumentation. Of course, there are still pieces that doff a cap to his classical roots - see the piano-heavy "Grasshoppers" - as well as workouts that join the dots between jazz-funk and German style "kosmiche" ("Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied"), but for the most part it's the entirely electronic tracks that hit home hardest. For proof, check the jaunty genius of "Plastic Bamboo", the prototype YMO electrofunk of "The End Of Asia" and the doom-laden weirdness of "Island Of Woods".
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Cat: WWSCD 24. Rel: 06 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Thousand Knives
  2. Island Of Woods
  3. Grasshoppers
  4. Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied
  5. Plastic Bamboo
  6. The End Of Asia
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto was still in the early days of his career when second solo album, "Thousand Knives Of", appeared in 1978. It was recorded around the same time as the formation of the band that made him famous, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and contains a similar reliance on cutting-edge electronic instrumentation. Of course, there are still pieces that doff a cap to his classical roots - see the piano-heavy "Grasshoppers" - as well as workouts that join the dots between jazz-funk and German style "kosmiche" ("Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied"), but for the most part it's the entirely electronic tracks that hit home hardest. For proof, check the jaunty genius of "Plastic Bamboo", the prototype YMO electrofunk of "The End Of Asia" and the doom-laden weirdness of "Island Of Woods".
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Cat: FOX 042. Rel: 27 May 20
Soundtracks
  1. Main Theme (3:49)
  2. Riikuni's Theme (3:01)
  3. National Defense Department (3:24)
  4. Noise/Uproar/Nuisance (1:22)
  5. Futility/Uselessness/Waste (1:59)
  6. Song Melody "Anyamo" (2:26)
  7. Dr Gunoumu's Funeral (0:56)
  8. Holy/Sacred Riikuni (2:09)
  9. Distant Thunder (1:43)
  10. Shirotsugu's Resolution/Determination (0:53)
  11. The Last Steps/Phases (0:52)
  12. War (3:14)
  13. Getting Up/Leaving The Sickbed (2:34)
  14. Out To Space (4:56)
  15. Fade (5:02)
  16. Track 16 (4:17)
  17. Track 17 (3:01)
  18. Track 18 (4:32)
  19. Track 19 (2:28)
Review: Almost everything about 'The Wings of Honneamise', to use the English-language title, has been slow burning, despite the 1987 film being described by legendary critic Roger Ebert as "one of the most ambitious of all anime productions" and a "visually sensational two-hour extravaganza". A massive movie, but even that review was written eight years after its original release, when the Japanese flick finally made it to US cinemas. Here we are then, almost 35 years on, and the score is available to own on its own, conceived and created by the Ryuichi Sakamoto - composer, curator, producer and owner of a hive mind's worth of musical knowledge. Introductions aside, the soundtrack makes perfect sense with or without watching anything, luring us in onto another cosmic plane through epic synth adventures, playful piano polkas and operatic overtures, resulting in what you could describe as a meeting of classical and RPG chip music.
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 in stock $16.89
Cat: 194397 17931. Rel: 22 May 20
Soundtracks
  1. Launch (2:36)
  2. Stella (1:09)
  3. Exhibition Room (2:37)
  4. Travel (1:11)
  5. Gravitation Test (0:56)
  6. VR (3:35)
  7. Rescue In The Water (1:23)
  8. Training (2:13)
  9. Reunion (2:37)
  10. Looking For Stella (1:15)
  11. Iceskating (2:52)
  12. Unconscious (1:24)
  13. Escape (1:37)
  14. Rocket (2:14)
  15. Embarkment (2:42)
 in stock $20.00
The Staggering Girl (Soundtrack) (green vinyl LP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: 194397 28161. Rel: 28 Feb 20
Soundtracks
  1. The Staggering Girl (1:03)
  2. Woman In Yellow (0:36)
  3. Woman In Yellow II (1:08)
  4. Casa (1:30)
  5. Woman In Yellow III (1:16)
  6. Night Garden (3:04)
  7. Toni (1:14)
  8. Tangling (0:50)
  9. Roma (4:24)
  10. Dance (3:02)
  11. Dance (Ambient version) (3:04)
 in stock $18.18
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Black Mirror: Smithereens (Soundtrack)
Cat: MOVATM 278C.
 
Soundtracks
coming soon $25.73
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Esperanto
Esperanto (LP)
Cat: SNYJ 7452500.
 
Experimental/Electronic
coming soon $63.39
Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia (gatefold LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: SNYJ 7452517. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tibetan Dance (4:57)
  2. Etude (5:15)
  3. Paradise Lost (5:21)
  4. Self Portrait (4:42)
  5. Track 5 (5:09)
  6. MAY In The Backyard (5:35)
  7. Track 7 (5:37)
  8. Track 8 (5:04)
  9. A Tribute To NJP (2:51)
Review: If you were going to trust anyone with producing a 'musical encyclopedia', why ever not Ryuichi Sakamoto? The Japanese master originally released "Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia" in 1986, using the album as a chance to display his considerable range and skill in a wide number of musical fields. Track to track things vary wildly, from the funky synth delights of "Tibetan Dance" to the jazzy diversions of "Etude" and on to the balmy exotica of "Paradise Lost". It's rich in the production values of the era, but also wildly imaginative and utterly easy on the ears. This reissue brings together some tracks that weren't originally included on the UK pressing of the record, making it a must-grab for all Sakamoto collectors.
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Intérprete: Eddie C
 in stock $56.11
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1996
1996 (CD)
Cat: IMT 66268002.
 
Experimental/Electronic
coming soon $41.57
Cat: AVEX 64594752. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Ambient/Drone
  1. Still Life (Orchestra version)
  2. Bibo No Aozora
  3. Amore
  4. Castalia
  5. After All
  6. Bolerish
  7. Ichimei, Small Happiness, Reminiscence
  8. Theme For Yae
  9. Merry Christmas Mr.Lawrence
  10. Rain
  11. The Last Emperor
  12. The Sheltering Sky
  13. Aqua
 in stock $41.57
Zureru (12" + insert)
Cat: KKG 1. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Kukangendai & Ryuichi Sakamoto - "Zureru" (8:41)
  2. Kukangendai - "Suuji" (5:43)
  3. Kukangendai - "Suuji" (Remodel) (6:53)
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto's latest collaborative release sees him join forces with Kukangendai, a Tokyo-based experimental rock trio who've been putting odd and inspired releases in their native Japan since 2006. A-side "Zureru" offers a perfect blend of both parties' styles, with Sakamoto adding trippy production and mind-altering effects to Kukangendai's loose, post-rock sounds, free-jazz drums and wayward vocalizations. Over on side B, we're treated to two versions of "Suuji": Kukangendai's hypnotic, wayward and ear-pleasing original take, and a sublime re-interpretation by Sakamoto that re-imagines the track as a slowly pulsing journey into intergalactic ambient territory, where ghostly vocal snippets and shards of re-contextualized guitar drift across the sound space.
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 in stock $20.78
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Summer Nerves (reissue)
Summer Nerves (reissue) (limited clear yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: MHJL 155. Rel: 14 Aug 20
 
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Summer Nerves
  2. You're Friend To Me
  3. Sleep On My Baby
  4. Theme Of Kakutougi
  5. Gonna Go To I Colony
  6. Time Trip
  7. Sweet Illusion
  8. Neuronian Network
coming soon $54.04
Call Me By Your Name (Soundtrack) (gatefold 180 gram audiophile 2xLP + insert + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 184. Rel: 12 Jan 18
Soundtracks
  1. John Adams - "Hallelujah Junction - 1st Movement" (7:10)
  2. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "MAY In The Backyard" (4:25)
  3. Loredana Berte - "J'Adore Venise" (4:06)
  4. Bandolero - "Paris Latino" (4:02)
  5. Frank Glazer - "Sonatine Bureaucratique " (3:46)
  6. Alessio Bax - "'Zion Hort Die Wachter Singen'" (5:10)
  7. Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito - "Lady Lady Lady" (4:15)
  8. Andre Laplante - "Une Barque Sur L'Ocean" (6:59)
  9. Sufjan Stevens - "Futile Devices" (Doveman remix) (2:13)
  10. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "Germination" (2:09)
  11. FR David - "Words" (3:27)
  12. Marco Armani - "E La Vita" (4:09)
  13. Sufjan Stevens - "Mystery Of Love" (4:07)
  14. Franco Battiato - "Radio Varsavia" (4:06)
  15. The Psychedelic Furs - "Love My Way" (3:31)
  16. Valeria Szervanszky & Ronald Cavaye - "Le Jardin Feerique" (3:02)
  17. Sufjan Steven - "Visions Of Gideon" (4:09)
Review: You can trust Music On Vinyl to put out the very best soundtracks, from the least likely sources. That Blade Runner soundtrack reissue a few years back was an absolute treat for us, to cite an example, but this edition of the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack is even more leftfield. After all, it's no surprise because the film had an insanely on-point score that never made it onto vinyl format; songs from the likes of John Adams, Giorgio Moroder and Franco Battiato are a wonderful thing to own on wax, within the concept of this remarkable movie, alongside other great tunes from coveted producers like Japan's Ryuichi Sakamoto. All in all, a fine catch.
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 in stock $32.47
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