Ryuichi Sakamoto “Thousand Knives”

Ryuichi Sakamoto “Thousand Knives”

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Ryuichi Sakamoto
Thousand Knives
Better Days (Japan) 1978
YX-7586-ND (LP) w/obi (wrinkle), insert (some dirts.)
sleeve : VG+(SPSE/TOC: 10cm crack and tape on top.)
media : EX-/VG+(light surface noises caused by slightly hairlines. A1 has click noises caused by small scratch.)

Ryuichi Sakamoto's memorable first solo album, released on Nippon Columbia's Better Days label in 1978. It was an electronic work that made full use of many analog synthesizers, including the Moog III sequenced by the MC-8 micro-composer, Mini-Moog, Poly-Moog, Oberheim, and Arp Odyssey. This work was produced before Yellow Magic Orchestra started recording their first album, and it is clear that this work had a great influence on the Yellow Magic Orchestra album. It is a masterpiece that not only focuses on synthesizer music, but also pursues contemporary and avant-garde music, and you can feel Ryuichi Sakamoto's personality to the fullest.

A2: Island of Woods
B2: Plastic Bamboo

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