Fumitaka Anzai | Exclusive Sequences

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Exclusive Sequences

by Fumitaka Anzai

Japanese most famous cartoon music writer(a.k.a. Urusei Yatsura) goes to Ultimate New Age... Trip and Relax...
Genre: New Age: Neo-Classical
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1. Sad Sequence / Prelude
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2:39 $0.99
2. Sad Sequence / Part 1-2
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8:52 $0.99
3. Sad Sequence / Part 3
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6:51 $0.99
4. Sad Sequence / Interlude
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5:06 $0.99
5. Sad Sequence / Part 4
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4:29 $0.99
6. Sad Sequence / Part 5
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4:09 $0.99
7. Sad Sequence / Epilogue
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4:48 $0.99
8. Relax Your Mind (for new mother and baby)
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5:24 $0.99
9. Sad Sequence / Interlude (Chillout Mix)
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10. Sad Sequence / Epilogue (Healing Mix)
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If you'd like to listen powerful Piano, Synthesizer, Mellotron... Try this!!!

Like ELP(Keith Emerson), Vangelis, The Enid, Jean-Micheal Jarre, Yes(Rick Wakeman), Patrick Moraz, Tangerine Dream...


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Colin Chung

Moving analog flavoured electronic music!
I love this album. Great moving melodies, organic fat and warm analog sounds, and nicely mixed together! The only negative is some of the percussion sounds, they just don't blend together with the fat analog sounds. The only track that has the right drum sound is Sequence part 3 - the massive Tr-909 bassdrum sits nicely with the Minimoog bass :)

My Favourite tracks are Sad Sequence Part 1,2,3 and Prelude. I didn't like Part 4 and the Interlude - a bit boring. Epilogue and Relax your Mind - are pleasant, but seem to lack something to keep me listening.


doc mongoose

Very industrial but not over done.....loved it ........
There is a fine balance here.No one can deny that this album is GREAT in art and form and music quality in general.This reminds me of some of the seventies synth movie track music.Exclusive Sequences really takes presense and demands your attention.

doc mongoose

Very industrial but not over done.....loved it ........
There is a fine balance here.No one can deny that this album is GREAT in art and form and music quality in general.This reminds me of some of the seventies synth movie track music.Exclusive Sequences really takes presense and demands your attention.