Ken Ishii - Jelly Tones album flac
|5||Moved By Air||4:55|
|6||Pause In Herbs||5:47|
- Artwork By – Yasunobu Yamashita
- Artwork By [Illustration] – Koji Morimoto
- Written-By, Performer, Producer – Ken Ishii
NotesPublished by R & S Records. Manufactured and marketed by R & S Records/Belgium. Made in Austria. ℗ 1995 R & S RECORDS © 1995 R & S RECORDS.
R&S is licensed & distributed by Rough Trade Records GmbH
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 5 411659 160659
- Matrix / Runout: DADC AUSTRIA A0000174718-0101 14
- Other (Distribution Code): RTD 119.3052.2 42
- Other (Label Code): LC 5661
- Other (Rights Societies): SABAM/BIEM
- Other (SID Codes): IFPI L554 IFPI 94E4
|RS 95065||Ken Ishii||Jelly Tones (2xLP, Album)||R & S Records||RS 95065||UK & Europe||1995|
|WK 68179, 68179||Ken Ishii||Jelly Tones (CD, Album)||Medicine Label, Medicine Label||WK 68179, 68179||US||1997|
|RS 95065 CD||Ken Ishii||Jelly Tones (CD, Album)||R & S Records||RS 95065 CD||UK & Europe||1995|
|491097.2||Ken Ishii||Jelly Tones (CD, Album)||Sony Records||491097.2||Hong Kong||1995|
|RS 95065DB||Ken Ishii||Jelly Tones (8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||R & S Records||RS 95065DB||UK||2008|
Accompanied by a full-length video by noted Japanese animator Morimoto (Akira) and a Jelly Tones CD-ROM, Ishii's '95 album was a self-professed stab at taking techno-derived music to a mass audience. The result is a pop-oriented techno album that, while nowhere near as satisfying as his previous work, is an important step toward removing Ishii's music from the ghetto of dancefloor ambivalence. A pair of 12-inches from the album includes remixes by Wagon Christ, Luke Slater, Dave Angel, Ian Pooley, and Frank De Wulfe.
RS 95065 CD. Ken Ishii. Jelly Tones (CD, Album). Dave Angel shoves Ishii back to pure clubland with Overlap, and Angel-izing a track is never a wrong turn. BBS energize Echo Exit with their live instrumentation that sounds like a jazz unit's headbanger ball. All the in betweens are mere in-betweens, due to Ishii's curiosity for abstract musical theories.
Listen free to Ken Ishii – Jelly Tones (Extra, Cocoa Mousse and more). At 00:01 AM precisely on November 1st 1995 a new type of electronic bomb exploded over the metropolitan area of Tokyo, spreading its shockwave over the rest of the world in circles
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From Ken Ishii to Shinichi Atobe, there are 15 of the best Japanese techno albums ever released. Although R&S Records is renowned for only releasing exquisite tracks, this album is particularly unique. It’s a psychedelic sci-fi musical journey that straddles the line between club and couch listening. Always interested in individuality, the Belgian label knew they’d struck gold with this mid ‘90s classic. It’s Ishii’s second album release on R&S and over an hour in length. At times it’s confusing, wandering and disorienting, but eventually it slides back into rhythm like you slide back onto the couch during your club comedown