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Takehisa Kosugi


Progressive Electronic

4.21 | 40 ratings

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5 stars Takehisa can be called as such a genius or madman. I do consider this album's main theme should be 1/f vibration or fluctuation overall, tasted full with dangerous disastrous electronic confusion. Surprising and amazing such an innovative milestone has got up over 40 years before already, and therefore, enough understood he has said everything you want to play and launch should be permitted and approved since Taj Mahal Travellers era.

Pretty immersed deeply in his electronic inorganic electrophobic movements via this whole album world. Massive reminder of novel surrealistic sound indication via his eccentric creation makes a supraconventional weapon against the pop scene around the world. Through each track he might squeeze repetitive, convoluted therapeutic sound initiation into our brain, where his massive electroscape flooded with his weird but strictly intensive attitude for the worldwide free-form music scene in those days.

Every sound report recorded upon a vinyl bilaterally is too long (over 20-minute!) for authentic progressive rock freaks to enjoy profoundly methinks, but JUST as authentic progressive rock freaks, we do need to know his positive intention for psychedelic, electronic, free-form music waterfalls and understand the surrealism in a historical manner.

DamoXt7942 | 5/5 |


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