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BAROQUE BORDELLO

1st Trip

Label: Qbico

Format: Vinyl LP

Genre: Rock

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Baroque Bordello's "First Trip" is the third in Qbico's series of vinyl editions of Kawabata Makoto's super-limited R.E.P. cassettes from the '80s, and also included in the more recently released but equally limited 10 CD-R box set. Recorded in 1981, when Kawabata was a mere 15 years old and long before he formed Acid Mother's Temple, this album follows the same pattern as Kawabata's earliest ensemble The Dark Revolution Collective, with a constant amount of activity utilising various guitar / bell plinkings and single monochord bass repetitions. Pressed on translucent orange vinyl.
Details
Cat. number: QBICO 05
Year: 2002
Notes:
Recorded at R.E.P. Studio and Horyuji Sound House, 1979. Released on orange vinyl with mandala labels. Also issued as a special edition of 26 copies only on orange vinyl with "schizoid blue effects" and mandala labels, numbered from A to Z. Originally issued as a cassette on Kawabata's R.E.P. (Revolutionary Extrication Project) label in the 1980s in very limited quantities, then reissued as part of the 10 CD-R box set entitled Early Works 1978-1981 : Learning From The Past : R.E.P. Reissue Series Vol. 1 in a limited edition of 100 copies.

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