Panasonic* ‎– Osasto EP

Blast First ‎– BFFP128CD


1 Uranokemia 6:28
2 Telako 5:00
3 Parturi 5:48
4 Murto 6:25

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Published by My Ears! My Ears! / Mute Song.
℗ & © 1996 Blast First / Mute Records Limited.
Made in England.
Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016027016027
  • Barcode (Stickered): 4 006759 773437
  • Label Code: LC 05834
  • Matrix / Runout: C2066 BFFP 128 CD I:I
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L122

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFFP 128 Panasonic* Osasto EP(12", EP) Blast First BFFP 128 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128 Panasonic* Osasto EP(Cass, EP, Promo) Blast First BFFP128 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128, 9025-1 Panasonic* Osasto EP(12", EP) Blast First, Mute Corporation BFFP128, 9025-1 US 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128CD, 5016027601286 Pan Sonic Osasto EP(CD, EP, RE) Blast First, Blast First BFFP128CD, 5016027601286 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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June 4, 2013

This was my first exposure to Panasonic back in the mid-late 90s during my graveyard shift at a local underground radio station. A fellow radio host/DJ left it out on the desk and ever so subtlely suggested I give it a spin (this was a vinyl/record). At first I thought it was some sort of audio test record put out by the mega conglomerate which sued the band for their name, but after my very first listen I knew this was not the case. Hard, repetitive, minimal yet powerful rhythm-based harsh analogue electronics which could only be described as minimal hardcore technoid mutation, this record had an immediate effect upon my ears. The next day I went record hunting and found a copy of the vinyl at a store, purchased it for $20, and the rest is as they say history. An absolutely wonderful EP from the duo, perfectly exemplifying their "KULMA"-era sound.


July 6, 2010
i picked this up totally blindly from a record store for like a dollar probably and its totally awesome. i dont know what youd call it, but you could put it in all sorts of sets if you got creative. highly enjoyable if your into the whole atmospheric techno thing. but thats doing it a disservice to just lump it into that genre or whatever. really interesting stuff.