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Lunar Cruise (LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered) album cover

Midori TakadaMasahiko SatohLunar Cruise

Label:We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records – WRWTFWW020
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:Switzerland
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz
Style:Fusion, Leftfield

Tracklist

A1Nahm
A2Ancient Palace
A3A Vanished Illusion
A4Jyomuran
A5Monody
B1In "D"
B2Madorone
B3Chang-Dra
B4Lunar Cruise
CD-1Iron Paradise5:07
CD-2Nahm4:23
CD-3Ancient Palace5:04
CD-4A Vanished Illusion5:19
CD-5Jyomuran2:53
CD-6Monody5:13
CD-7In "D"4:55
CD-8Madorone5:13
CD-9Chang-Dra10:42
CD-10Lunar Cruise5:30
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2017 Vinyl Reissue.
Includes CD with extra track "Iron Paradise".

Vinyl Packaging lists "Music By" as Midori Takada (Tracks 1, 3 to 11) and Masahiko Satoh (Tracks 2, 8). This is a misprint (possibly taken from the original 1990 CD release) because there are not 11 tracks on this version. The LP has 9 tracks and the Bonus CD has 10. It is unclear which tracks are being referred to which artist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 260544 820335
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): AH92395-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): ifpi L575
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 9718
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, Runout, Side A): BH82804-01 A1 WRWTFWW020 A. FST EBS
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, Runout, Side B): BH82804-01 B1 WRWTFWW020 B. FST EBS

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Lunar Cruise (CD, Album)EpicESCA 5093Japan1990
Lunar Cruise (CD, Album)EpicEPC 468111 2Europe1991
New Submission
Lunar Cruise (LP, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Test Pressing)We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want RecordsWRWTFWW020Switzerland2017
New Submission
Lunar Cruise (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want RecordsWRWTFWW020CDSwitzerland2017

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janjernvall's profile picture
janjernvall
Edited one year ago
Unfotunately loads of surface noise and non-fill sections. For this kind of quiet music, labels really should choose a quality pressing plant. What a waste.
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goldencalves
The mastering sounds great, so it is a big disappointment I can't get ahold of a clean-sounding copy. I had the same issue with WRWTFWW's 2xLP of "Through the Looking Glass" (however in that case I eventually was blessed with a good copy).

I've replaced this record 4 or 5 times. Each copy has non-fill, so there are a lot of very apparent rips in the very spacial, ambient music. Most were off-center, with loud whooshing sounds at each rotation (especially side B).

Other commenters claim their copies sound good, so be aware that there is a lot of mess out there and make sure you buy this or other records from this label from somewhere with a good return policy, because their pressing plant isn't doing a good job with them.
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nejakdivne
I am very happy with how it sounds, makes my Ortofon 2M Blue come alive and pull out quite credible soundstage; I would love to hear it on a better set of equipment! I can't hear any surface noise at all, very clean copy. Appreciate it came in HDPE polylined paper inner sleeve.

Speaking of music, it's purely cosmic-feeling night time scape of music with a lot to transcend in successive listening sessions.
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kur0nek0
Edited 4 years ago
Vinyl is a good. Quiet and almost no surface noise. Only thing about it is original cd release has 11 tracks with different order. Why is it different on this reissue? I mean even with bonus track there are only 10 tracks. It is rather disappointing. I should have gotten the original cd release instead. Anyway, musically speaking it is a great album.
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goldencalves
Edited 4 years ago
Any comments on the quality of the pressing? Know where it was pressed?