Various ‎– Seitō: In the Beginning, Woman Was the Sun

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Akuphone ‎– AKULP1016
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A1 FUJI-YUKI Blood Moon
Composed By – FUJI-YUKIRecorded By – SarryVocals, Synthesizer, Effects – FUJI-YUKI
5:38
A2 Kiki Hitomi Gain And Lose
Co-producer – Kiki HitomiProducer – Disrupt (2)Vocals, Electronics – Kiki Hitomi
4:04
A3 Mikado Koko Fukagawa Bushi
Arranged By, Composed By – Mikado KokoComputer, Sampler, Electronics, Effects – Mikado KokoEngineer – Tamotsu Ide
5:42
A4 Miki Yui Radicalv
Composed By – Miki YuiSampler, Effects, Electronics – Miki Yui
4:31
B1 Kakushin Nishihara Palace Of Deep Water
Biwa, Vocals, Noises – Kakushin NishiharaComposed By – Kakushin Nishihara
6:41
B2 Kuunatic Dewbow
Composed By – KuunaticMixed By – Naoto ArakiVocals, Bass – Shoko YoshidaVocals, Drums – Yuko Araki (3)Vocals, Keyboards, Flute – Fumie C. Kikuchi
5:32
B3 Keiko Higuchi Okesa Bushi
Adapted By – Keiko HiguchiMixed By – Takeshi YoshidaVocals, Piano – Keiko Higuchi
9:42

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Front cover: SeIto magazine, January 1914
Back cover: Seito magazine, December 1911
Layout by Akuphone

Comes with 24-page portfolio and download card.
Sticker on shrinkwarp.

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  • Barcode: 0012868564891

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June 23, 2019
Deconstructed dub, haunting folk electronics and industrial darkwave.
Seitō: In the beginning, woman was the sun is modelled on the recently reissued Tokyo Flashback series released by P.S.F. Records in the early ’90s, in bringing artists from the country’s electronic underground to the fore.
The compilation is named after the country’s first feminist magazine, Seitō (or Bluestocking), which was published in the 1910s.

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