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HATTokyo - Frankfurt - New York

Label:Rather Interesting – RI 037
Format:
CD, Album, Limited Edition
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, IDM, Ambient

Tracklist

1Funk Coaster8:33
2Organic Mango6:33
3Sleep Run6:55
42 Gigabyte Of Joujou12:30
5Kubrick9:15
6Quick Esc.13:44
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Recorded at Quiet Lodge (Tokyo), Breatton Hotel Studio (New York) and SEL I/S/C (Frankfurt).

Digital editing and mastering at SEL I/S/C.

Thanks to Ingrid Baier, Arielle, Bill Laswell, Takeshi Kawana, Hiyori Sakashita and Eli & Hisao Yoshida.

Limitation: 1000

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CD PLANT AB RI 037 CDM01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB01
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 8418
  • Label Code: LC 6269

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Tokyo - Frankfurt - New York (CD, Album, Limited Edition)Daisyworld DiscsSYDW-0002Japan1996
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Tokyo - Frankfurt - New York (CD, Album, Promo)Daisyworld DiscsSYDW-0002DJapan1996
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Tokyo - Frankfurt - New York (6×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue, Remastered)AtomTM_Audio_ArchiveAAA 058Chile2020

Reviews

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A collection of similar pieces by sound sculptors HARUOMI HOSONO, TETSU INOUE & ATOM HEART which is basically a one-idea album. Having said which, it's a rather enjoyable listening experience - full of whizzing, whirling, popping, cracking noises set within low chill-zone BPMs. While you'd never mistake their sound for that of AUTECHRE or PANASONIC, they certainly fit into more or less the same mould - angular rhythm full of event changes, all leading you through a landscape of the strange & unusual. There's a definite Jazz feel to this, although it's firmly placed in the field of modern electronic music. The rhythms are all fairly unique, rich in tonal variety, layered to a complexity which never becomes muddy or congested - always lean and almost skeletal. This is the music of a PHILIP K. DICK futureworld - taking the roots of the past and projecting them into a possible, computer-controlled future. It dwells somewhere between GIBSON's cyberspace and Lounge Jazz Funk for a future age. In a hundred years time, someone's going to find this CD in some archive and declare it the music of the future. I'm not sure these people should build a career based on this style of music - it's an appealing sound, and possibly infinitely variable. However, I'm sure the novelty might not stretch beyond two or three volumes at most. Buy it - complete the 90's rhythmic triumvirate.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.