Fumiya Tanaka ‎– You Find The Key

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Perlon ‎– PERL 107LP
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3 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Munique Uncertain
B1 Got To See You
B2 Find The Key 2012
C1 Swallowed Memory
D1 The Mysterious Pocket Is Right
E1 The Only Your Researching
E2 Cinematicorc
F1 Love Keep Mapping The Head

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  • Barcode: 4260038310304

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PERL107CD Fumiya Tanaka You Find The Key(CD, Album) Perlon PERL107CD Germany 2016 Sell This Version
PERL107CDJP Fumiya Tanaka You Find The Key(CD, Album) Perlon PERL107CDJP Japan 2016 Sell This Version

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henriquert

henriquert

November 13, 2018
easter egg- the talking sample in munique uncertain is the same as in thomas melchior and luciano's solomon's prayer!
kkubik

kkubik

April 29, 2017

Outstanding release... If you know something with simillar vibe, please put it down in a comment. Thx!
mundzio

mundzio

October 7, 2016

There's lock grooves on all sides! There's lock grooves on all sides!
SpacedGrooves

SpacedGrooves

April 8, 2016
A1 = Munique Uncertain ≠ Munich Uncertain

The title seems to be listed in all the online stores :b ...Hypnotic album indeed!
player

player

April 6, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
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A good and quiet hypnotic album with some interesting techno-house minimalism that play along with a quirky oddity yet also playful elements. I did find this album becoming quiet predictable, even repetitive, as each track played along. Music that never really moves away from its main formula built around looped beats & rhythm that play along with the, sometimes annoying, repeated sample loops. This the main pattern that sets the course for most part from beginning to end on most tracks, though the odd triggered or sequenced layered effect, manipulation, phasing, or slight pace change here & there do add some change and substance to the music, but add little to bring something that's not predictable or something that takes your attention away from its main repetition across its primary formula. This still remains a decent album with some good catchy moments, esp the last two tracks, but as a whole the album does become a little too long stretched, samey, and predictable with its direction by the time you reach the end. 6./10
8tro

8tro

April 5, 2016
edited over 3 years ago

Good strong album IMO, some good tracks in here, recommended !