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TEAC Corporation is an electronics company based in Japan. TEAC was created by the merger of the Tokyo Television Acoustic Company, founded in 1953, and the Tokyo Electro-Acoustic Company, founded in 1956.
Tokyo Tapes is the first live album by German hard rock band Scorpions and their final album released by RCA Records.
Matthias Jabs is a German guitarist and songwriter. He is best known for being the lead guitarist in the hard rock band Scorpions. He has played on all Scorpions studio albums starting with Lovedrive (1979) to Return to Forever (2015). He has a music store, MJ Guitars, in Munich, Germany.
The Tokyo Tapes is ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett's live album featuring a progressive rock supergroup line-up of John Wetton, Chester Thompson, Ian McDonald and rounded out by keyboardist Julian Colbeck. The album was compiled from two concerts at Koseinenkin Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 16 & 17 December 1996. The album also contains two Steve Hackett studio tracks.
Severances is an album by the Merzbow side project SCUM, on this release SCUM is an acronym for "Society for Cutting Up Merzbow". It was later included in the Merzbox.
Ushi-tra is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. "Orient Oxidation" is a reference to "Orient-Occident", an early tape work by Iannis Xenakis. Outtakes from the recording sessions were included in the Merzbox (2000).
Hái! is the fourth and final studio album released in 2003 by British duo the Creatures, composed of Siouxsie Sioux and Budgie. The album was recorded in two parts: the drums were recorded by Budgie and Kodo drummer Leonard Eto in Tokyo in August 2002 and the rest of the recording was done in Europe. During their stay in Japan, the band was inspired and "touched by the delicate snowfall imagery of Akira Kurosawa's Ikiru (1952), absorbing the vibrancy of Tokyo's Roppongi district, and spiritualised by the ancient Shinto shrines and tranquil shores of Lake Ashi."
Amlux is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. The cover depicts the Amlux building in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, which houses a Toyota showroom.
Best of Scorpions Vol. 2 is a compilation album of songs by the German heavy metal band Scorpions, released in July 10, 1984 in the United States.
Rainbow Electronics is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It consists of a single long track made from 21 hours' worth of material. It was the first entry in the Good Alchemy series of harsh noise CDs. An alternate mix called Rainbow Electronics 2 was released in 1996.
Live Destruction at No Fun 2007 is a live album by Japanese noise musician Merzbow, recorded at No Fun Fest in Brooklyn.
Jacob Brian Dutton, known professionally as Jake One, is an American record producer and songwriter.
Nakano Sun Plaza is a hotel in Nakano, Tokyo. The hotel includes a concert hall, the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall. Built in 1973, this concert hall seats 2,222 people. The building is to be demolished and replaced by a new complex including a hotel and a concert hall capable of seating 10,000 people around 2024.
Rainbow Electronics 2 is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It is an alternate mix of the 1990 album Rainbow Electronics.
Normal Music is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It features improvised music using drums, organ, and violin.
Collection 005 is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It is the fifth volume of the Collection series. The first five volumes were recorded for Ylem and consist of studio sessions with Kiyoshi Mizutani, then a member of Merzbow. However, Ylem went out of business before they could be released. Masami Akita then released them himself and recorded five more at home using previous Collection session recordings mixed with new material and effects.
Collection 004 is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It is the fourth volume of the Collection series. The first five volumes were recorded for Ylem and consist of studio sessions with Kiyoshi Mizutani, then a member of Merzbow. However, Ylem went out of business before they could be released. Masami Akita then released them himself and recorded five more at home using previous Collection session recordings mixed with new material and effects.
Duo, subtitled Masami Akita & Kiyoshi Mizutani Selected Studio Sessions 1987–89, is a box set album by the Japanese noise project Merzbow. It is composed of unreleased studio sessions recorded with Kiyoshi Mizutani. Some of these recordings were used as raw material for solo releases like Scissors for Cutting Merzbow, but the original recordings were unreleased until now. These recordings mirror albums like Ecobondage, Enclosure, and Storage. The art edition comes with a bonus CD with a recording from 1979.
Live in Tokyo 1996 Vol. 2 is a 1999 live album by German band La! Neu?, recorded during their 1996 Japanese tour at a concert in Tokyo. Despite its title, the album actually consists of the first half of the concert, the second half having been released in 1998 as Cha Cha 2000 - Live in Tokyo 1996 Vol. 1. The album consists of a mixture of live improvisation and set songs, including some sampled material from English musician Mick Lount.
Tokyo Dome Live in Concert is a live album by American hard rock band Van Halen, released on March 31, 2015. It is their first live album with original lead vocalist David Lee Roth, and second live album overall, after 1993's Live: Right Here, Right Now.