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4.20 | 32 ratings | 2 reviews | 44% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

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1. ここには何もかもがあるし、何もかもがない/Koko ni wa Nani mo Kamo ga Arushi, Nani mo Kamo ga Nai (Everything Is Here, It Can Be Said That Nothing Is Here, Too) (0:39)
2. ショウジツ点よ笛/Shō­shitsu Ten yo Fue (Vanishing Point And Whistle) (2:39)
3. After Image (3:59)
4. エソテリック/Esoterikku (Esoteric) (4:14)
5. Say It Ain't So (3:42)
6. Two Moons (4:10)
7. モスキートンはもう聞こえない#1/Mosukīton wa Mō­ Kikoenai #1 (Can't Hear Mosquitone Any More #1) (2:31)
8. モスキートンはもう聞こえない#2/Mosukīton wa Mō­ Kikoenai #2 (Can't Hear Mosquitone Any More #2) (2:19)
9. ラストナイト/Rasuto Naito (Last Night) (Album Version) (4:56)
10. グッドバイ/Guddobai (Goodbye) (Album Version) (7:05)
11. You Go (3:35)
12. Our Next Movement (4:47)
13. Long Tomorrow (5:18)

Total Time: 49:54


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Line-up / Musicians

- Kashikura Takashi / drums
- Yamazaki Hirokazu / guitar
- Yamane Satoshi / bass
- Mino Takaaki / guitar

- Toki Asako / vocals (track 10)
- Hoshikawa Yuzuru / vocals (track 5)
- Harada Ikuko / vocals (track 3)
- Ke Isaac Nakamura / keyboards (track 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12)
- Junichi Kamiunten / clarinet (track 12)
- Shunpei Ruike / saxophone (track 12)
- Goseki Yoshihiro / saxophone (track 12)

Releases information

CD Machu Picchu Industries XQIF-1001 (2009)
CD White Noise Records WN-1002 (2010)
LP Topshelf Records TSR086 (2013)

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Review by BrufordFreak
COLLABORATOR Jazz-Rock/Fusion/Canterbury Team
4 stars This is an interesting and enjoyable album that has a lot of the King Crimson Discipline sound and stylings that I love, especially songs 2, 3, 12, and 13. Though categorized Post Rock/Math Rock, it is far more that that, for in it I hear snippets that remind me of ALGERNON, IVY, KOOP, PAUL SIMON, JONI MITCHELL and many others. But most of all I hear DRUMS! AMAZING drumming!

The first song is a brief 39-second sonic introduction that bleeds directly into the brief "Shou[&*!#]su tenyo fue" (2:40) (9/10) which is, in effect, an introduction and set-up for the album's third song (and, IMO, crown jewel). Arpeggio

3. "After Image" (3:59) featuring female vocalist Harada Ikuko reminds me of an awesome upbeat song from IVY or FIONA APPLE. (10/10)

4. "Esoteric" (4:15) is the album's first song to fully fall under the familiar/more usual Post Rock/Math Rock formats--and it is an excellent one! Sitar, arpeggiated acoustic and electric guitars, and amazing drumming! This is like MASERATI at its best! (10/10)

5. "Say It Ain't So," with the vocals of Dry River String's Hoshikawa Yuzuru (3:42), sounds like it wants to be pop and maybe even rappy. It's laid back, very repetitive and uses multiple tracks for its vocals. (7/10)

6. "Two Moons" begins rather delicately, involving a synth, glockenspiel an acoustic and an electric guitar interweaving polyrhythmic melody lines. Until the bass and drums arrive at the 1:49 mark. Then we have a full-out jam! Kind of reminds me of ALGERNON. (8/10)

7. "Mosikiiton wa mou kikoenai #1" (2:32) (8/10) is a piano over tuned and electronic percussion intro/variation for the next song,

8. "Mosikiiton wa mou kikoenai #2" (2:20) in which drums, bass and acoustic guitars play a more prominent role. Together the two variations rate a pleasant KOOP-like (8/10)--lacking enough development and change to make me reach for the replay button. This one is the drummer's song!

9. "Last Night (Album Version)" (4:56). By this time into the album I am looking for a little more variety. The one-note-at-a-time Kool-and-the-Gang synth is starting to get on my nerves, the interwoven tuned-percussion and acoustic guitar leads are getting a little old, the bass and drumming are the only things still keeping it interesting. (7/10)

10. "Goodbye (Album Version) featuring Toki Asako" (7:06) establishes another IVY-like groove using acoustic guitars and rolling COCTEAU TWINS-like bass before the vocalist and drummer get engaged. Again, the drummer is stealing the show! At the four minute mark ends a peak and things settling into a bit of a mellow, more simply and controlled section-- though the drummer apparently has difficulty with this mode, as he seems to always sneak in, or bulldoze his way into . . . taking over! I think the rest of the band shows admirable restraint in the face of his "lead" though I also believe the drumming is what makes this music work on such a high level. (9/10)

11. "You Go" (3:35) begins like one of DAVID BYRNE's Brazilian-influenced or PAUL SIMON's South African-inflluenced songs of years ago. The drummer is held a bit farther back in the mix on this one?and shows more than his usual restraint, though even in quiet restrained mode he continues to shine and attract the attention of the listener. (8/10)

12. "Our Next Movement" (4:48) begins with a very blatant folk drum style--large African hand drums and other hand percussives. Saxes play around in the background--as if I'm reminded of JONI MITCHELL's "Dreamland" from Don Juan's Reckless Daughter. The random sax play, bass play, and replacement of hand drums by drum kit reign this jazzier tune in a bit. Horns come together in a bank format as guitars pick in their arpeggiated KING CRIMSON way. I like the looseness of this one. (8/10)

13. "Long Tomorrow" (5:18) displays the same controlled "Discipline"-like weave of electric guitars, drums, and bass as the album began with. I like the bass being a bit more forward in this one. Static-screeching synth enters around mid-point. Finishes in a much more PostRock/Math Rock way. I can't explain why I like this time of "controlled chaos" so much-- that KC "Discipline" weave--but I do. (9/10)

Though this album often threatens to slide into background music, it is definitely one of the best Math/Post Rock albums I've ever heard?one that I will play again and again. I look forward to the growth and maturation of this great little combo.

4 stars: An excellent addition to any prog lover's music collection.


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5 stars This new release from the Japanese post-math-rock group Toe is absolutely awesome. This time there are lyrics and singing in some songs, (which they have managed to fit in very well) like after image (which is mind blowingly chill and great) and goodbye. The overall atmosphere of this album is v ... (read more)

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