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From the CD album, Recorded.
Recorded at Swing Bamboo Studio, Tokyo, March 2006, except 10: live at Muryoku Muzenji.
Blistering noise by a band led by hero Atsuhiro Ito, who plays an instrument called the Optron (which is essentially a set of amplified florescent light bulbs that he holds like a guitar and SHREDS while producing a seizure-inducing light show), along with drummer Yoichiro Shin. This album was released by Unknownmix/Headz in 2006. Posted by Mrs. Inside at 05:30.
10) recorded live at Muryoku Muzenji. Mastered by Toshimaru Nakamura. Inside card photo by Miho Kakuta. The first official album by Optrum eliminates all forms of melody, and their explosive optical noise core sound is not only unforgettable, but is far from being a gentle audio-visual experience. The OPTRON, a sonic apparatus that generates visuals (or a visual apparatus that generates audio) is gaining attention worldwide!!'
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One of these is Optrum, the explosively loud extreme optical noise core band consisting of Ito and drummer Yoichiro Shin. Between 2000 and 2005 Ito presented various sound (music)/visual image-related events at Off Site, the now-defunct gallery/free space in Yoyogi, Tokyo. The Optrum album Recorded was released in June 2006 on the label Unknownmix (Headz).
The Record is the debut studio album by the American hardcore punk band Fear, released May 16, 1982 by Slash Records. It was produced by Gary Lubow. The album was reissued on CD in 2007 with the single "Fuck Christmas" as a bonus track. The album has been regarded as Fear's best album and as a classic album of the 1980s Los Angeles hardcore punk scene.
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|1||Tokyo Mutate Optical Noise Core||0:33|
|4||Attack Of Killer Audio||1:28|
|5||This Heater - That Heat||4:51|
|6||Miss Universe 2006||0:30|
|7||Go! Go! Sound Calamity Clash||1:36|
|8||Riot In Togoshi||1:48|
|9||No More Red Nightmare||4:52|
|10||Live At Bukodan||9:32|
|11||Natural Born Errors||3:30|
|16||Mekanik Machine Music||0:49|
- Recorded At – Muryokumuzenji
- Recorded At – Swing Bamboo Studio
- Mixed At – Incomplete Studio
- Design – Akira Sasaki
- Drums – Yoichiro Shin
- Mastered By – Toshimaru Nakamura
- Mixed By, Edited By – Atsuhiro Ito, Yoichiro Shin
- Performer [Optron] – Atsuhiro Ito
- Photography By [Cover, Inside] – Paul Taylor
- Photography By [Inner Card] – Miho Kakuta
- Producer, Composed By – Optrum
- Recorded By – Fumiaki Unehara (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 9, 11 to 13, 15, 16), Optrum (tracks: 3, 14)
NotesRecorded at Swing Bamboo Studio, Tokyo, March 2006, except 10: live at Muryoku Muzenji.
Mixed & edited at Incomplete Studio.
Date of release: 2006
Style: Hardcore, Noise
Size MP3: 1391 mb
Size FLAC: 1595 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
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