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Japanese TelecomVirtual Geisha

Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro
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Tracklist

The Making Of Ultraman3:10
Beta Capsule3:33
Cigarette Lighter4:05
Enter Mrs. Suzuki2:56
Pagoda Of Sin1:34
Virtual Origami3:40
Virtual Geisha (She Interacts)4:31
Japanese Matrix0:15
Remote Transmitter5:57
Mounting Yoko3:56

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    Version DetailsData Quality
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2001, VinylVirtual Geisha
    2×12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
    International Deejay Gigolo Records – GIGOLO 67, International Deejay Gigolo Records – gigolo 67Germany2001Germany2001
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2001-11-30, CDVirtual Geisha
    CD, Album
    International Deejay Gigolo Records – GIGOLO 67Germany2001Germany2001
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2001, VinylVirtual Geisha
    2×12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, White Label
    International Deejay Gigolo Records – GIGOLO 67Germany2001Germany2001
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2001, VinylVirtual Geisha
    2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Album, PromoOrange Labels
    International Deejay Gigolo Records – GIGOLO 67Germany2001Germany2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2022-02-04, VinylVirtual Geisha
    2×12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, ReissueViolet
    Clone Aqualung Series – CAL017LPNetherlands2022Netherlands2022
    Cover of Virtual Geisha, 2022-02-04, VinylVirtual Geisha
    2×12", 45 RPM, Album, Reissue
    Clone Aqualung Series – CAL017LPNetherlands2022Netherlands2022

    Reviews

    • filippo_morris's avatar
      Nice Pressing I can recommend! Good sounding record. Everything is all right!!
      • cicloide's avatar
        cicloide
        Edited one year ago
        Clone aqualung??? I am waiting the clone power to re-edit this classic
        • niponjean's avatar
          niponjean
          classic art -
          • darksen's avatar
            darksen
            Edited 15 years ago
            Virtual Origami (2) sounds strong like Blackploids (Geralds) new Photographic Photogenic from 2006. Beta Capsule sounds a little bit like Dopplereffekts Cellular Phone. But thats all totally unimportant because every track is very special and reflects Donalds specific skill to produce such wonderful classic electronic music. A must-have for every electro-enthusiastic!
            • nowhere.sound's avatar
              Edited 16 years ago
              One of my favourite Drexciyan productions. A quirky release at the more playful end of the electro spectrum. Some of it's a little repetitive for my liking but the production and atmosphere are top notch and unmistakable.
              • fulgo's avatar
                fulgo
                Edited 17 years ago
                Never heard an electro album like this! Simply amazing, very closer to Dopplereffekt's works but in my opinion a step forward. Melodic, minimal and sometimes a bit rough, an incredible masterpiece. Strongly reccomended for electro purists.
                • spork's avatar
                  spork
                  Although released anonymously, Japanese Telecom is almost certainly the work of the same person responsible for Dopplereffekt (and Arpanet, for that matter). The composition style, effects, and sounds used are so similar to Dopplereffekt that if it isn't the same person, then Japanese Telecom is a rip-off artist. Although there are rumors, I think the connections to Drexciya are much more tenuous. Drexciya's musical style is really pretty dissimilar to either Japanese Telecom or Dopplereffekt. Anyway, it's hard to tell when the artists are so anonymous. For a long time Drexciya was the work of two men, so it's possible the guy from Dopplereffekt had something to do with it, but there's no real evidence of that, in my opinion.
                  • djinsomnia's avatar
                    djinsomnia
                    Debuting on Detroit's Intuit Solar last year, the mystic Japanese Telecom deliver a versatile ten-track release taking us on a technological journey from Dusseldorf to Detroit and Tokyo. Sizzling Kraftwerk style electro elements, futuristic motor-city techno visions and the new-age pop sensibility of Japan's neon culture. From full-fledged electrified techno to sublime electro robotix, this is truly something not to be missed
                    • Bosse_Boring's avatar
                      Bosse_Boring
                      agrees with the previous speakers. decent electro pop of 70ies - beginning of 80ies style. naive, minimalistic tunes and sounds a la kraftwerk, but slightly rougher. almost pure instrumental, with "cigarette lighter" as a nice exception that gives me total "its more fun to compute" vibes.
                      • one of the best electro albums i've heard. the album is so very detroit and so very minimal and so very, very catchy. you'll notice yourself humming those little tunes to yourself while listening.

                        highlights: "pagoda of sin", a casio-type little tune with an amazing melody. "the making of ultraman" too.

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