Takashi Kokubo = 小久保隆 – Digital Soundology #1 - Volk Von Bauhaus

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Label:Nexus – K28P-528


Used LP 1985

Disc:VG+/EX (good shape, looks shiny)

Jacket:VG+/VG (rental sticker has been removed and there is a thin layer of residue, mostly good condition, check pictures) w/obi, insert

Takashi Kokubo, one of the pioneers of environmental music in Japan, and his presence has been growing in recent years as he continues his production and live performance activities. A Side has inspired by the "Bauhaus people" who gathered cutting-edge materials and produced groundbreaking creations in Germany between 1920 and 1930, and was produced without using any other keyboards or analog sounds, making full use of Fairlight CMI, which was born in Australia, a cutting-edge technology for Kokubo. It contains 3 tracks that were created through a "Picasso-like process" in which he repeatedly added and modified the sounds realized by the Fairlight CMI in a repetitive two-bar sequence. The B-side contains five experimental electronic type tracks that use random functions to generate random fluctuations. Both sides of the album feature completely different musical styles. The rental sticker has been removed and there is a thin layer of residue, but it's in beautiful category.


A1 - Playing Among The Gods

A2 - Melancholy II

A3 - Before You Dream

B3 - Fluctuation #2

B4 - Daze / Fluctuation Step 1