Ryuichi Sakamoto ‎– Anger / Grief

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1 Grief (Amon Tobin Remix)
Remix – Amon Tobin
6:57
2 Anger (Rare Force 2 Meg Mix)
Remix – Rare Force
5:11
3 Anger (Talvin Singh Remix)
Remix – Talvin Singh
7:01
4 Anger (Chocolate Weasel Bad Hair Day Mix)
Remix – Chocolate Weasel
7:40
5 Anger (Original Movement Edit By Fernando Aponte)
Remix – Fernando Aponte
3:35

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© 1998 Kab America Inc.
Administered worldwide, except Japan, by EMI/Virgin Music, Inc.

Contains excerpts from 'Untitled 01 - 1st Movement - Grief' and 'Untitled 01 - 2nd Movement - Anger' composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

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  • Matrix / Runout: 85202 ZENCDS67 IMPRESS

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZEN 1267 Ryuichi Sakamoto Anger / Grief(12") Ninja Tune ZEN 1267 UK 1998 Sell This Version
ZEN 1267 Ryuichi Sakamoto Anger / Grief(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Ninja Tune ZEN 1267 UK 1998 Sell This Version
zen cds67 Ryuichi Sakamoto Anger / Grief(CD, Single) Ninja Tune zen cds67 Canada 1998 Sell This Version

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FLuViRuS

FLuViRuS

November 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I'd just like to comment that track 5, Anger (Original Movement Edit By Fernando Aponte) (3:35), is *not* the original version, which is 5:38 long, even if they may sound similar. The edit is not a simplistic "cutting short" of the piece at its tail-end either; it takes place inconspicuously throughout the piece, such that the resulting edit sounds a lot more restless, and somehow angrier. Credit to Fernando Aponte for the easily glossed-over effort.
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 30, 2004

Ryuichi Sakamoto, one of Japan’s electronic music pioneers, has his modern classical tracks, <I>Anger/Grief</I>, worked over in a big way. How big? Well, Amon Tobin goes dark and spooky on “Grief”, while Rare Force run “Anger” through some martial hip-hop. Talvin Singh inserts his trademark tabla ‘n’ bass in “Anger” and Chocolate Weasel takes a different approach: it’s a cacophonous din of horns and drums. The original “Anger” is also included -- it’s interesting just to hear how different the remixes are.