Sakamoto: Cinemage - Ryuichi Sakamoto Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic / Artist: Ryuichi Sakamoto / Audio CD released 2002-08-12 at Classical / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Last Emperor 2 Little Buddha 3 Wuthering Heights 4 Replica 5 El Mar Mediterrani 6 Forbidden Colours
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Cinemage Ryuichi Sakamoto
Release Date: 2000 - 02 - 08, Audio CD, Sony
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by no_name - written on 29/11/06 (Very useful, 1597 readings)
and angry album also returns Sylvian to a position where he is able to shape music that is more familiarly song based, whilst hooking together strong rhythms (probably courtesy of Sakamoto as much as Sylvian, admittedly) and extending some of his semi-electronica experiments ala the gorgeous The Scent of Magnolia that opened his retrospective album: Everything and Nothing. It’s a pretty simple affair all told. There are only really two songs on the EP, World Citizen and World Citizen - I Won’t Be Disappointed, both songs displayed in their truncated and full form. Though we’re treated to a rather fine re-mix by sound artist Ryoji Ikeda also. Lyrically, both tracks ...
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