Gensho (現象, "phenomenon") is the fourth collaborative studio album and seventh release by the Japanese experimental band Boris and noise musician Merzbow. It is presented in two parts; the first disc features re-recordings of several Boris songs and a cover of the My Bloody Valentine song "Sometimes" in drone-based, drumless style, while the second disc consists of new compositions by Merzbow
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Fantail is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It is named after the fantail breed of pigeon, which Masami Akita raises. The cover illustration includes part of the engraving "The Temple of Music" by Robert Fludd.
Timehunter is a box set album by Japanese noise musician Merzbow. The album "originally began as an exercise working in the dynamics of 2002's Merzbeat". Some tracks might be named after the bands Warhorse, Ramatam and Stone the Crows, and after the song "Space Truckin'" by Deep Purple. CD Hunter" is a remix of "Ab Hunter", released in 1999 on Split Series 1–8, and later collected on Another Merzbow Records.
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.
Complete your Merzbow collection The version i have has one push button to hold it shut. Other than this anomaly, they look exactly the same, with the same pockets and details.
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