Albums

SP 009 EP-4 - Reb-Do album art EP-4 Reb-Do(Cass, Album) Skating Pears SP 009 Japan 1982 Sell This Version
EP-4 - Lingua Franca-1 album art EP-4 Lingua Franca-1 (Album) Columbia Japan 1983 Sell This Version
C0070 EP-4 - 制服・肉体・複製 (Costume・Corps・Copy) album art EP-4 制服・肉体・複製 (Costume・Corps・Copy)(Cass, Album, C46) 夜想+Eos C0070 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
EP-4 - Multilevel Holarchy album art EP-4 Multilevel Holarchy (Album) Telegraph (4), Skating Pears Japan 1985 Sell This Version
Not On Label EP-4 - Tapes Not For Sale album art EP-4 Tapes Not For Sale(CD, Album) Not On Label Not On Label Japan 2012 Sell This Version
SPF-001 EP-4 - OBLIQUES album art EP-4 [fn.ψ]* OBLIQUES(CD, Album) φonon (フォノン) SPF-001 Japan 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

EP-4 - Found Tapes album art EP-4 Found Tapes (Album) Telegraph (4) Japan 1984 Sell This Version
EP-4 - Lingua Franca-X album art EP-4 Lingua Franca-X Atelier Peyotl Belgium 1984 Sell This Version
HOT 12003 EP-4 - Five To One album art EP-4 Five To One(12", EP) Hot Records (2) HOT 12003 Australia 1984 Sell This Version
SP15-6006 EP-4 - The Crystal Monster album art EP-4 The Crystal Monster(12", EP) Wave (7) SP15-6006 Japan 1985 Sell This Version
SPV-1201 EP-4 - Radioactivity 68 P.H. album art EP-4 Radioactivity 68 P.H.(12") Skating Pears SPV-1201 Japan Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

FJSP131-132 EP-4 - Lingua Franca-1/ Lingua Franca-X (リ・ン・ガ・フ・ラ・ン・カ DELUXE) album art EP-4 Lingua Franca-1/ Lingua Franca-X (リ・ン・ガ・フ・ラ・ン・カ DELUXE)(2xCD, Album, EP, Comp, Dlx) Super Fuji Discs FJSP131-132 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
EP-4 - Lingua Franca E.P. album art EP-4 Lingua Franca E.P. (EP, Comp) Brutal Music UK 2012 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

SS-1 EP-4 - Preview For 5・21 album art EP-4 Preview For 5・21(Flexi, S/Sided) Not On Label SS-1 Japan 1983 Sell This Version

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mach1ne

mach1ne

May 30, 2018
edited 7 months ago
One of the best post punk / punk funk / experimental groups to come out of Japan in the early '80s......at times they had the sound of The Pop Group and even Mark Stewart's later work with Tackhead due to the synths and electronics they used......but also the 'funkiness' of acts like Shriekback and Maximum Joy. Yet they did undoubtedly have their distinctly own sinister, eerie, metallic and extremely futuristic sound and unique identity. Like a strange cross between Einstuerzende Neubauten and Chic (if Nile Rodgers had allowed Bernie Edwards to turn to the dark side).

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