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YELLOW MAGIC ORCHESTRA

Yellow Magic Orchestra

 

Progressive Electronic

3.79 | 27 ratings

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Dobermensch
3 stars A pretty little electronic album in the same vein as as an upbeat "Computer World' by Kraftwerk, Sexy little analogue keyboards run amok as keyboardist Ryuichi Sakamoto laments for 'David Sylvian' and 'Japan' whom he'll eventually contribute massively to on 'Tin Drum' in 1981.

The Yellow Magic Orchestra' were almost a replica of Kraftwerk from the far east but with a more human, less robotic feel but equally as electronic. This album, at times sounds hopelessly dated, but at the same time is attractive like a big cuddly Panda giving you big kisses and slobbers across your confused face. Good bubble gum music which is instantly forgettable unless you're into analogue keyboards, in which case its brilliant.

Dobermensch | 3/5 |

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