Various ‎– Eternal Blue Extreme: An Asian Tribute To Derek Jarman

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Somnus ‎– SM-001
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1 Merzbow Marfan Syndrome For Blue
Electronics, Synthesizer [Synare-3], Voice, Music By – Masami AkitaVoice – Reiko A*
6:05
2 C.C.C.C. Into The Blue Age
Bass – Ryuichi NagakuboElectronics – Fumio Kosakai, Mayuko HinoMusic By – C.C.C.C.Synthesizer – Hiroshi Hasegawa
7:46
3 Juno (13) Voice So Blue
Composed By, Arranged By – Allen Law, Timmy Lok
6:16
4 Otomo Yoshihide The Garden Of A Nuclear Reactor (Blue Mix)
Sampler, Guitar – Otomo YoshihideVoice – Aya (4)
8:02
5 I.666 Blue Cock
Composed By, Arranged By, Performer – D.L. (3), WAI (2)
4:01
6 Aube From The Deep In Blue
Music By, Recorded By, Mixed By – Akifumi Nakajima
6:49
7 Otomo Yoshihide Speed Star (Blue Mix)
Sampler, Guitar – Otomo YoshihideVoice – Aya (4)
4:37
8 PNF D. The Blue
Composed By, Arranged By, Mixed By, Performer – Dick Dee*
6:15
9 Z.S.L.O. Nothing About Blue
Music By – Z.S.L.O.
8:39

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Limited to 449 numbered copies.

Track 1 recorded at ZSF Produkt Studio on September 8, 1994.
Track 2 recorded at PAL Studio on July 17, 1994. Compiled at Cryptical Studio.
Track 3 recorded at Cyber Muse Studio, Hong Kong in November 1994.
Tracks 4 & 7 originally recorded for a NHK-BS TV program, Mujuryoku TV in March 1994. Remixed and edited at Lost Space, Tokyo on September 12, 1994.
Track 5 recorded at Sound Factory Studio, Hong Kong in Octobar 1994.
Track 6 recorded and mixed at Studio Mecca, Kyoto in 1994.
Track 8 recorded at Sound Factory Studio, Hong Kong in September 1994.

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