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Various - Composure (Ambient Techno For Japan) download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Composure (Ambient Techno For Japan)
Style:
Techno, Ambient
Released:
2011
FLAC vers. size:
1146 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1743 mb
WMA vers. size:
1747 mb
Other formats
MIDI MP1 MP4 VOC MIDI DMF AHX
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
185

Perfect ambient techno compilation with a hint of dub techno and fot the good couse. The only bad thing is that CDs are too short, under the hour each.

Composure is a team effort between Mindgames and Disk Union, the Tokyo record shop, who will release the album on their in-house label, Music 4 Your Legs. Music 4 Your Legs will release Composure: Ambient Techno for Japan digitally in June, with a physical release to follow in July. Official Site: Mindgames. 0/. Most popular news.

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Includes unlimited streaming of Composure - Ambient Techno for Japan via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. For all of us living here in Japan, this is probably the saddest and most horrific event we will witness in our lifetimes. The scenes of ruin in the Tohoku region are impossible to process. But amidst scenes of apocalyptic destruction, there are other scenes making their way into the collective imagination, and these are scenes of composure. Under unimaginable conditions, people are drawing upon a deep collective spirit to face this crisis with a courage and pride that is humbling.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

Living With Aftershocks
1-1 Eavesdropper Combining Forms 6:23
1-2 Peter Van Hoesen Heliotrope 5:58
1-3 Sandwell District Readymade A (Function Labyrinth Edit)
Edited By – Function
9:54
1-4 Mike Parker Light & Dark Part 4 (The Labyrinth Edit) 2:14
1-5 Alex Smoke Miyako 5:35
1-6 Minilogue Ease 8:38
1-7 Koss Kokoro 7:25
The Process Of Rebuilding
2-1 Donato Dozzy S.T. 8:52
2-2 Rod Modell Coffee, Stars, And Gravity 9:08
2-3 Jonah Sharp & Fred P* Substance 10:44
2-4 Donnacha Costello Rebuild 6:05
2-5 E.R.P. Paper Dove 6:24
2-6 Cobblestone Jazz Mana 5:56
2-7 CV313 As The Light Closes In... 8:18
2-8 Steve Good Mercury 3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Disk Union

Credits

  • Design [Graphic Design] – Satoshi Aoyagi
  • Liner Notes – Disk Union, Mindgames
  • Management [Director, Diskunion] – Yoshitaka Shimada
  • Management [Director] – Takahiro Mizoguchi
  • Mastered By [Mastering] – Neel
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Dan Anthon*
  • Producer – Mindgames

Notes

All money raised through sales will got to "Smiles & Dreams: The Tohoku Kids Project". This project's goal is to support children who lost their parents in the March 11 Tohoku earthquake.

Almost all the tracks contributed are new tracks that have been composed especially for this project, and none have been released before.

Mastering: Neel (Rome)
Cover photo: Dan Anthon (Silent Season)
Produced by Mindgames (Russ, Yasuyo and So)

Released in 6-panel digipak, with fold-out insert and obi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 4 988044 616325
  • Barcode (Abridged): 4988044616325
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): MFYL-005A 6-3232
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): MFYL-005B 6-3233
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, CD2): IFPI L304
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, CD2): IFPI ACQ09
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Other (CD1 JASRAC Code): R-11050567DE
  • Other (CD2 JASRAC Code): R-11050568DE
  • Other (CD1 catalog no.): MFYL-005/1
  • Other (CD2 catalog no.): MFYL-005/2


  • Uscavel
this is great,just discovered,already a must have.but..only cd?no vinyl? cheers
  • Natety
I find this this to be a thoroughly interesting and consistent double pack complemented by beautiful music and great artwork. The first cd is a fairly subdued affair with it's array of minimal characteristics and fragile rhythm arrangements, accompanied by two ambient structures by Mike Parker and Koss (Kuniyuki).Part two is rather less refrained and ascetic in it's composition mainly due to the rhythm being more visible, with the overall experience being more distinctive and organic. The definite high points for this part, and the whole release for that matter, is "S.T." with it's the mid-paced groove and slight electro feel and "Paper Dove" by E.R.P. (Gerald Hansen), an intricate and neurotic collage of organ-like stabs and delicate sonic ranges flowing in and out.High praise for all those who have come up with the ide and contributed to this release, allowing us to aid those affected by this tragic event though our love of music, I do hope that the healing process is coming along well.
  • Dorilune
I concur. "Paper Dove" is amazing.
  • Wrathmaster
This is a staggeringly good release, apart from being for a very worthy cause. The selection of tracks is quite varied, but all are very beautiful and many are quite poignant. Beautiful packaging too. A classic release. Well done to all involved, and Japan, I hope you are slowly healing.
  • Vozilkree
If I could give it 10 stars, I would in the heartbeat. Perfect ambient techno compilation with a hint of dub techno and fot the good couse.The only bad thing is that CDs are too short, under the hour each.