Ryuichi Sakamoto ‎– Out Of Noise

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1 Hibari 9:02
2 Hwit
Viol – Fretwork
6:29
3 Still Life
Guitar – Hirotaka ShimizuSho – Tamami Tohno*Viol – Fretwork
4:45
4 In The Red
Guitar – Christian Fennesz*, Keigo OyamadaSteel Guitar [Pedal], Effects – Ren Takada
5:32
5 Tama
Sho – Tamami Tohno*Violin – Rob Moose
4:02
6 Nostalgia
Violin – Rob Moose
3:39
7 Firewater
Guitar – Neo (22)Other [Okagura] – Nanto-Kōyōkai
4:11
8 Disko
Guitar – Keigo Oyamada
3:37
9 Ice
Guitar – Keigo Oyamada
3:34
10 Glacier
Cello, Trombone – Dana Tateo Leong*Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – Skuli Sverrisson*Steel Guitar [Pedal], Effects – Ren TakadaVoice – Karen H. Filskov
9:44
11 To Stanford 3:38
12 Composition 0919 5:30

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  • Barcode: 4988064461288

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RZCM-46129 Ryuichi Sakamoto Out Of Noise(CD, Album) Commmons RZCM-46129 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
DD7990/276 678-3 Ryuichi Sakamoto Out Of Noise(CD, Album) Decca, Kab America Inc. DD7990/276 678-3 South Korea 2009 Sell This Version
RR12-88544-5 Ryuichi Sakamoto Out Of Noise(2xLP, Ltd, 180) Rhythm Republic RR12-88544-5 Japan 2009 Sell This Version

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3cityjay

3cityjay

April 15, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Ryuichi sakamoto, a highly prolific Japanese composer, producer and at times actor, who's probably most known for receiving the Academy Award for his score to Bertolucci's "The Last Emperor", entices us with a thoroughly engaging production, one that for the most part establishes various classical instruments like the piano, violin or a guitar as the center pieces of the compositions, while adding some delicate ambient soundscapes or an occasional snippet of field recording in a couple of tracks. I'd describe the prevailing mood of the album as quite relaxing with an occasional nod to the melancholic side, definitely a sound you can get easily lost in.