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Desc:way, way too awesome for 73q
Category:Religious, Science & Technology
Tags:70s, ryuichi sakamoto, los angeles, YMO, synthesizers
Submitted:fedex
Date:01/23/14
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Comment count is 12
pastorofmuppets
★★★★★
Potrod
A million stars BUT since I never get to complain about this anywhere else, I will say that their live guitar solos are meandering and endless.
memedumpster
The cheerfulness is almost overwhelming.
Sputum
I've always had this suspicion that the drummer from this band is an energy being made from the concept of time itself.
Jet Bin Fever
You should check out Yukihiro Takahashi's solo stuff. While not nearly as prolific as Sakamoto or Hosono, it's still pretty great.

Scrimmjob
Has anyone here heard Michael Jackson 'cover' of 'behind the mask'? Never knew that existed.
Jet Bin Fever
Yeah, really strange stuff.

baleen
I love this, man. Great submission.
Caminante Nocturno
Nothing but love for YMO.
Jimmy Labatt
Why am I just hearing about these guys now? Damn!
fedex
really? well you've got a lot of fun listening to catch up on :)

Jet Bin Fever
Fuck yes. I've been a YMO fan for most of my life, but every time is a first time!
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