Various ‎– Tokyo Flashback

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Black Editions (2) ‎– BE-001/012
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered
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A1 Marble Sheep & The Run-Down Sun's Children* 22 February.1991
Bass [Thunder Fire Power] – Motoshi Chikuwa*Drums [S.T.F. Drums] – Yasuhiko IkedaGuitar [Octopus Hold] – Ken MatsutaniGuitar [Rolling Sovatto] – Masaki BatohPercussion [D.D.T. Percussion] – Hiroto NakanoPerformer [Camel Clutch Light] – Kouzi Nishino*
8:21
A2 High-Rise* Mainliner
Bass, Vocals – Nanjo*Drums – Ujiie*Guitar – Narita*
10:24
B1 Ghost (2) Tama Yura
Banjo, Vocals – Masaki BatohBass – Kohji NishinoCello – Taishi TakizawaDrums – Iwao YamazakiOther [Atmosphere] – Mu Krsna
10:13
B2 White Heaven Blind Promise (Alternate Take)
Bass – Naohiro YoshimotoDrums – Ken IshiharaGuitar – Michio KuriharaVocals, Guitar – You Ishihara
4:53
C1 Fushitsusha Kotchi, Omae = Here - You 10:17
C2 Verzerk Tsumi To Warai = Crime And Laughter
Bass, Vocals – N. Yoshimoto*Guitar – K. HagiwaraVocals, Drums – S. Konno*
7:12
D1 Kousokuya Akatsuki No Owari = End Of Dawn
Bass, Vocals – Mick (6)Drums – Ikuro TakahashiGuitar – Jutok KanekoRecorded By – Shigeto Honda
7:38
D2 Keiji Haino Tattaima = Right Now 8:37

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Originally released in 1991 by P.S.F. Records, Tokyo (PSFD-12).

The original sequence has been changed to best accomodate the vinyl medium; C1 was previously before B2.

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cielloazul

cielloazul

July 25, 2018
Amazing pressing! These records sound fantastic. Surprised there aren’t more comments about the pressing quality considering how many comments I read on a daily basis about how shitty some other pressings are. Bunch of whiners decide to complain instead about the paackaging. Records fit snug, but they fit. And the colours on the inner gatefold and outer box are super vibrant. All together, this is a great reissue that I’m thrilled to have in my collection. If you have $35 burning a hole in your pocket, don’t hesitate to spend it here.
jchristiananderson

jchristiananderson

June 25, 2018
This packaging is a total nightmare. I really like the music on this release, but getting the records in and out of the slipcase is so much of a chore I doubt I'll listen to this much. It's that much of a headache. I would've gladly paid $10 less and gotten more practical packaging. A standard gatefold would have done just fine for this release. This whole thing has just been overdone to the point of being exhausting. It really shouldn't be this much work to just put a record back in its damn sleeve.
m4gdelen4

m4gdelen4

December 4, 2017
Beautiful slipcase packaging but it's a pain in the ass to pull out - too tight of a fit.
tristandahn

tristandahn

December 2, 2017
I was a little annoyed at how much this was, but once I opened it I was more than satisfied. One of the best pressings I've seen in awhile, the packaging is stunning and the LPs are clean and sound great. A+
micha2007

micha2007

November 10, 2017

Wow - this is pricey, but absolutely justified. Heavy deluxe packaging, gatefold in slipcase, two inserts and download code. As said, well done. Music is of course stunning.
HalGreen

HalGreen

November 6, 2017
is anyone else having a problem fitting the record sleeves back into the jacket? and then fitting that into the box that it's packaged in?
Lord_Summerisle

Lord_Summerisle

November 1, 2017
A mind rocking freak out! Legendary Japanese psych rock compilation comes back to life. More please and thank you!
aairplane77

aairplane77

October 19, 2017
Got it today, totally beautiful package, really well done Black Editions!