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Osamu Sato - Face the Music (Wagon Christ Remix) / on Osamu Sato - Equal EP



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Osamu Sato - Face the Music (Wagon Christ Remix)
on Osamu Sato - Equal EP
(CD) Sony Japan SRCL3396, 1995-10

Info :
Fantastic Orb-like stuff. Great production. Highly reccomended - if you can find it. A combo of "remixed tracks" and original tracks. 2 tracks co-composed with Sakamoto. Remixes by Luke Vibert, Tony Morley, Future Sound of London, Hotoda and others. Japanese abstract electronica featuring some brilliant remixes by Wagon Christ,Ryuichi Sakamoto,Hungry Futurist,Tony Morley,Future Sound of London... 10 tracks in total. Comes with colour 10 page booklet
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