Yellow Magic Orchestra: Tecnodelic

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Indie Pop / Avant Pop / Muzyka alternatywna
premiera polska:
kontynent: Azja
kraj: Japonia
opakowanie: Jewel Caseowe etui

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1981 was a groundbreaking year for the music industry. By releasing BGM and Tecnodelic in one year, YMO made a shift happen in Pop Music.
YMO introduced a new way of using samples and loops by cutting soundbites into fragments and reprogramming them with newly available computer technology. Technodelic is far more experimental then previous albums, and at the same time this 5th album is more minimalistic and full of funk and soul. Having released this much loved album, YMO remain remarkable and insanely great at inventing new ways of looking at compositions and creating a whole new music scene at the same time. Food for thought: if Technodelic wasn’t this great, what would the dance music scene sound like today?

Technodelic is the fifth studio album by Yellow Magic Orchestra, released in 1981. The album is notable for its experimental and heavy use of samplers which were not commonly used until the mid-to-late 1980s, resulting in a more minimalist sound compared to their previous work.

It is considered the first released album to feature mostly samples and loops, influencing the heavy use of sampling and looping in popular music. Yellow Magic Orchestra's approach to sampling music was a precursor to the contemporary approach of constructing music by cutting fragments of sounds and looping them using computer technology.

Ryuichi Sakamoto: keyboards, vocals
Yukihiro Takahashi: drums, vocals
Haruomi Hosono: Bass, keyboards, vocals
Peter Barakan: Lyrics (also radio voice in "Pure Jam")

total time - 43:29
wydano: Reedycja 2015-06-05 (1981)


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