Haruomi Hosono "Making of Non-Standard Music"

Haruomi Hosono "Making of Non-Standard Music"

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Haruomi Hosono
Making of Non-Standard Music
Non-Standard & Monado (Japan) 1984
16NS-1001 (12")
sleeve : EX+(very slightly wear on edge, still good condition.)
media : VG+/VG+(some light surface noises. disc has small curve that does not affect to playback.)

This was introduced in the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION". This is a 12-inch single released in 1984 as an introduction to Non-Standard and Monad, two labels that Haruomi Hosono started after the end of Yen Records. The A-side, titled "Making of Non-Standard Music," featured electro music that boldly incorporated breakbeats into the synth pop of the YMO era, and led to "S.F.X." and works under the name Friend of Earth. The B-side, titled "Making of Monad Music," contains three tracks of minimal electronics with a contemporary/experimental flavor, a precursor to the sightseeing music series to be released later. The book and cardboard box are not included.

B2: Medium Composition #2
B3: 3・6・9

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