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Ruins: Mandala 2000 (Tzadik)


 

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UPC: 702397723424

Label: Tzadik
Catalog ID: CD-TZA-7234
Squidco Product Code: 1043

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2001
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray

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A blistering live performance at one of Tokyo’s longest running avant garde venues by one of Tokyo’s longest running avant garde bands. A breathtaking performance of over twenty stop-on-a-dime Ruins classics, Mandala 2000 captures the raw power and visceral energy of this dynamic band better than any studio recording ever could. Also included is twenty minutes of encores featuring the versatile and dynamic violinist Katsui Yuji. Intense, powerful and frighteningly complex sonic masterpieces by two performers who make bass and drums sound like an orchestra of synchronized jet engines. -Tzadik

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1. Gharaviss Perrdoh 2:54

2. Vrresto 7:15

3. Blimguass 4:37

4. Kippssidamn 4:30

5. Bupphairodazz 3:30

6. Ffilhizabmn 3:58

7. Quetzalcoatl 5:43

8. Classical Music Medley 1:13

9. Pallaschtom 1:59

10. Jallamjikko 1:09

11. Impro 1 0:54

12. Dagdad 1:07

13. Laiptchig 2:04

14. Nivaftopoftz 1:06

15. Impro 2 0:42

16. Znohjmo 3:18

17. Snare 1:13

18. Impro 3 1:25

19. Hyderomastgroningem 1:23

20. Hardrock Medley 2:29

21. Impro 4 3:52

22. Impro 5 4:30

23. Yawiquo 6:35

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Rock and Related
Before April-2006
Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
Progressive Rock
Unusual Vocal Forms
Song Based Music
Percussion & Drums
Tzadik
Rock and Related
Before April-2006

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