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The Gerogerigegege - Mort Douce Live album

The Gerogerigegege - Mort Douce Live album Performer: The Gerogerigegege
Title: Mort Douce Live
Style: Experimental
Country: Hong Kong
Size MP3: 1449 mb
Size FLAC: 1691 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: AU VOC AAC XM WMA VQF VOX

Noise Rock Gerogerigegege. Released in the UK by Fourth Dimension Records with a different cover. 1. Meshi Kuwasero (Recorded live at the Baus Theater, Tokyo, Japan, 29/12/1987). 2. A Mountaineer Sexual (Recorded live at the Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, 06/06/1987). 3. Anal Beethoven (Recorded live at the Toshima Public Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 05/05/1988). 4. Summer of Frigidity Woman (Recorded live at the Good Man Club, Tokyo, Japan, 07/08/1987).

The Gerogerigegege (ザ・ゲロゲリゲゲゲ) (Japanese pronunciation: ) is a Japanese experimental music project, founded in 1985 by Juntaro Yamanouchi (山ノ内純太郎 Yamanouchi Juntarō).

Two live album re-packaged into one release. The actual cds are the original pressings, not new ones. CDs are housed in thick cardboard. Artwork colours and images differ from one copy to the other.

The Gerogerigegege (ザ・ゲロゲリゲゲゲ) is a music project created in 1985 in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan by Juntaro Yamanouchi, who runs and maintains the Vis A Vis record label in Japan. The name of the group combines the Japanese words for "vomit" (gero) and "diarrhoea" (geri) with what is supposedly the sound of these actions occurring simultaneously (gegege).

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I need fifteen minutes of pure psychedelic guitar and percussive noise rock to enjoy ‘The Gerogerigegege’ and revel in its Stalin-esque Mort Douce-ness. Imagine Les Rallizes Dénudés covering the most famous Japanese punk band as loud as possible. Of course, twenty-two minutes is not too much for the reverberated, low-frequency piano booms and quasi-ambient drones of ‘Tokyo〜Sea of Losers/Donors for USA’.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Meshi Kuwasero
Bass Guitar – Juntaro YamanouchiDrums – Toshinori FukudaGuitar – Hironao Komaki
6:39
A2 A Mountaineer Sexual
Sounds – Juntaro Yamanouchi
8:05
B1 Anal Beethoven
Drums – Toshinori FukudaVoice, Noises – Juntaro Yamanouchi
7:00
B2 Summer Of Frigidity Woman
Sounds – Juntaro Yamanouchi
22:32

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Goodman
  • Recorded At – Toshima Public Hall
  • Recorded At – Waseda University
  • Recorded At – Baus Theater
  • Mastered At – Tad Pole Studio
  • Mastered At – Psycho Trash Center

Credits

  • Compiled By – Juntaro Yamanouchi
  • Composed By – Juntaro Yamanouchi (tracks: A2, B1, B2), The Stalin (tracks: A1)
  • Cover [Works] – Henry Kwok, Juntaro Yamanouchi, Vivian Summer
  • Producer – Henry Kwok, Juntaro Yamanouchi

Notes

Track 1 recorded 29th Dec. 1987 at Baus Theater
Recorded By Trans Records

Track 2.1 recorded 6th June, 1987 at Waseda University
Recorded By Vision (Waseda University)

Track 2.2 recorded 5th May,1988 at Toshima Public Hall
Recorded By Victor Japan

Track 3 recorded 7th Aug, 1987 at Good Man
Recorded By Vis A Vis

Compiled From a Un-Public Audio Library of The Gerogerigegege By Juntaro Yamanouchi 1994/1995

All Composed By Juntaro Yamanouchi 1986/1987
Except - 1 Composed By The Stalin

Mastered on June 4, 1994 at Tad Pole Studio. Re-Mastered on October 1st, 1995 at Psycho Trash Center.

1996 SOUND FACTORY RECORDS.
1996 SOUND FACTORY CO., LTD.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SFCD 013 The Gerogerigegege Mort Douce Live ‎(CD, RM) Sound Factory SFCD 013 Hong Kong 1996
SFCD 013 The Gerogerigegege Mort Douce Live ‎(CD, Ltd, RM, Jap) Sound Factory SFCD 013 Hong Kong 1996
none The Gerogerigegege Mort Douce Live ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Vis A Vis Audio Arts none Japan 2018
SFCD 013 The Gerogerigegege Mort Douce Live ‎(CD, Promo, RM) Sound Factory SFCD 013 Japan 1996