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Various Artists - Tokyo Club Gang mp3 download

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Tokyo Club Gang
Released: September 9, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1159 mb
Size FLAC version: 1957 mb
Size WMA version: 1112 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 868
Genre: Pop Rock

Various Artists - Tokyo Club Gang mp3 download

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Mule Musiq push off a promising new reissue label, Studio Mule, with 13-tracks of Japanese disco, boogie and soul music collected on Midnight In Tokyo. Colored Music" is a song by Colored Music, a duo of pianist Ichiko Hashimoto and her partner Atsuo Fujimoto. Taken from their sole album (1981), the Japanese rare groove treasure is a mesh of new wave, synth pop, and jazz influences. The dubby electronic new wave disco "Electric City" is a B side of pop idol group Shohjo-Tai & Red Bus St Project's debut 12" single. Love Is The Competition" is a breezy disco jam by Okinawa-born bilingual artist Hitomi Tohyama, originally featured on her album Next Door (1983)

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If Tokyo Nights sounds like a cheesy name for an album, it's only fitting. A collection of Japanese city pop from the daring vintage record collectors over at Cultures of Soul, this is an album coated in Pepto-Bismol pink, the peak of saccharine '80s dance music, a whole world of garish neon from which there is no respite. I love every second of it. Saddled with the cumbersome subtitle Female J-Pop Boogie Funk - 1981-1988, Tokyo Nights is an album that fills a very specific niche

Bargain Bin Babylon: Various Artists: Electronic Music. Vocals often fall short on Tokyo Nights, but the arrangements are more consistently engaging. If it weren’t for the Japanese verses, Mariko Tone’s Broken Eyes, from 1985, could be mistaken for a lost mid-‘80s hit, the theme from a stylish crime thriller. As explosive as its title, Rie Murakami’s . is the funkiest track on the set, and if the keyboard riff sounds like it’s going to resolve into I Feel for You, it’s played with such enthusiasm that you won’t care