The Sushi Club ‎– Sakura

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1 Yùgata 4:04
2 Koya Pt.1 4:02
3 Koya Pt.2 7:49
4 Shiosai 6:53
5 Tsuki Pt.1
Written-By – Toby Izui
3:50
6 Tsuki Pt.2
Written-By – Toby Izui
7:21
7 Hamaguri 8:14
8 Mujo 8:43
9 Sakura
Written-By – Christine Klaar
4:53
10 Tokai
Guitar – Lukas FrontzekWritten-By – Martin Block
6:40
11 Kyoshu
Guitar – Lukas FrontzekVocals – Sueko Warashina
8:23
12 Asa 2:16

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Published by Ed. Killerloop, ICM/Hanseatic
℗+© 2003 Elektrolux
Made in the E.E.C.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 02612 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 807297026122
  • Matrix / Runout: E 1111011 P+O-59726-B 02-03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L963
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3J01
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 01175

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8960602-2 The Sushi Club Sakura(CD, RE) 4MPO 8960602-2 Germany 2006 Sell This Version

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nostalgiatune

nostalgiatune

September 22, 2016

Just found out about The Sushi Club after going through a lot of dull or cliche downtempo albums in discogs recommendations. The typical problem with this genre is the lack of originality or going too experimental.

This is not the case with Sakura by The Sushi Club. Whole album is smooth and seamless listening experience from beginning to the end. Soundscapes are wide and refined, yet retaining warm, organic feel to them. It's safe and familiar, yet fresh and intriguing at the same time. Dreamy, oceanic sweeps and soul cleansing bleeps are delivered with a catchy, mesmerizing pulse. Everything is restrained yet there's plenty of dynamics and originality in this album, thanks to the nuanced jazz elements, haunting japanese vocals and complex percussion. Everything is glued together in a very solid manner with emphasis on ambiance. Just lay back and enjoy.

There's a lot of common with one of my favorite album of this genre, Yasume - Where We're From The Birds Sing a Pretty Song.

Hard to find original yet enjoyable releases on this genre like this one. Liked a lot on first listening, would listen again. Highly recommended.

5/5
andrew.mo

andrew.mo

March 12, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

What amazing works by the Sushi Club. Even after almost 11 years from its first release this album still brings shivers down my spine. These tracks are truly timeless and I am ever so glad to own this gem.

Mr. Tomio Tremmel, I am glad I found you here on this site. If you see this message, I would like to express my great appreciation towards your works and this album in particular. Whenever I have a bad day or make an important decision, I put this disk on and my mind becomes clear.

Beautiful music. There are no other words to describe it. It is pure and beautiful. So many feelings and emotions are in this album. Thank you so much, Sushi Club. This album will continue to give me meaning for years, if not decades, to come.

10/10