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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 25, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Alternative Tentacles
  • ASIN: B000000FBQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #589,677 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris bct on February 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Song of Joy and Zombie Eye are amongst the most classic HALF JAPANESE songs they've ever done. Upon re-listening to this in 2013 I find that I also love Monkey Hand, Somehow I Knew and the crazy almost launching orchestra instrumental Oww. And, for HJ fans, there's what one might find from a more mainstream artist, the equivalent of an acoustic version of Song of Joy but HJ style. It's a bit whacky like the rest of their music. Much of the rest of the album continues their journey downhill in their later years. Again, after hearing them again in 2013 compared to when I wrote this in 2006, I'd say this and Fire in the Sky are their weakest two albums but both have 2 to 4 amazing songs on them and, heck, the rest aren't horrid, they're just not HJ style hits.

Yes, those two songs and a couple more are really worth listening to. However, its really their 80's albums that have the most potency. Though, I gotta admit, I made myself a greatest hits of their 90's records and it really swings. The 3xLP debut release is too indulgent with only about 4 great songs cuz it's strictly Jad and David Fair working out their very unique style. These later releases flesh out that early sound with several more musicians, all top notch and, fortunately, maybe a third of the time, with sax, though I don't hear sax on this album. After that their albums get stronger and stronger. They added band members and went to town.

Course, any decent HALF JAPANESE album is more courageous and adventuresome than most rock/pop/punk records out there. Why not talk about religion? Really it's talking about what's forever? Nothing or heaven or hell. 3 potential choices. Humm... HJ, Jad, thanks for the amazing work. Fire Records, thanks for the coming re-issuing of their catalog. I'd dreamed of doing it myself one day but would have needed resources I just don't have. Do it Fire Records! A very noble undertaking. Can't wait to hear what the unreleased tracks sound like.
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With 'Futuristic Lovers' in this album,it's great i'm very happy to listen such a great album like that.Strange vocals belongs to Jad Fair.

Strange guitar riffs with cool vocals.Great,great it's very suitable to listen this album wtih some Jonathan Richman,Velvet Underground,Lou Reed,Cramps.This is what i'm doing right now.All these names are strange and all these names are perfect for me.i'm saying and saying it again Half Japanese's 'Futuristic Lovers' song is so fascinating.There is a song named 'Sometimes' in this album so short so energic so original so weird.Piano

melodies with bizarre background noises.if you lookin' for a different,extraordinary style i can recommend this album.

Also 'Celebration' is an enjoyable song from this album.

The album was recorded in Switzerland and was released by Alternative Tentacles Records in early 1997.
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By A Customer on December 13, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is a solid addition to Half Japanese's canon, featuring some songs that date from its great upheaval and mutation into its most recent line-up (circa 1990; an example is "Song of Joy"). It moves along very nicely and engagingly, although it does suffer without the warm, immediate production values used on "Hot," opting instead for an ensemble sound that is a bit less dynamic. But, holy hell - this band is never less than stunning.
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