Karera Musication ‎– Koroshiya Ichi Original Soundtrack

Cinema Monsoon ‎– MOSCD-022
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1 1 1:00
2 Babe"Baab 3:28
3 Alphabetical #1 2:45
4 Whity White 1:58
5 Drops 2:14
6 Yoku 1:22
7 Totem Cheer 0:37
8 Mind Chaser 2:23
9 Planet Of The Birds 2:20
10 Space On Space 7:30
11 Liquid & Steam 0:37
12 Morning 2:42
13 Alphabetical #2 2:44
14 Opera 1:23
15 0 5:01
Video Yokoku.mpg 1:46

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Recorded at Free People Studio, S.R. Cooper and Tag Rag Studio.
Mastered at Studio You.
Data track includes a trailer to the Takashi Miike film.

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  • Barcode: 4528802420087


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February 19, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

What a masterpiece, clean, fresh, beautiful, I've been hit by "Space on space" track while watching the movie, and then my curiosity led me to listen to the full soundtrack. Ordered here and listenned with maximum pleasure and satisfaction on my sound system. I just regret that one track is missing (which is exactly not), at the final part of the movie when Ichi runs after Kakihara on the roof of the building, track "1" is used and extended with some trippy reverse effect, unfortunately missing on the soundtrack, anyway.. ありがとう


September 14, 2009
edited over 9 years ago
Karera Musication's Koroshiya 1 soundtrack is a real listening masterpiece. having never heard anything by the boredoms, i was instantly blown away by the music on the display. the music is always a changing subject on the record, wheter its easy listening jazz, the usual japanese noise-rock stylings or wonderful wind-chime accompained ambient with twinkley guitars.

the best track though has to be track 10 (titled on the internet as "space on space"), which sounds like a japanese funeral marching band and easily one of the remembered tracks from the movie thanks to the sad sounding trumpet and its twisted vocal patterns by yoshimi. its just a pity that Karera Musication are often called the boredoms without EYE, but any boredoms enthusiast or eclectic eccentrics with a love for good movie soundtracks will enjoy this.