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Macha Limited Edition

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Audio CD, Limited Edition, November 3, 1998
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. When They First Saw The Floating World
  2. Cat Wants To Be A Dog
  3. The Buddha Nature
  4. (Untitled)
  5. Double Life
  6. Hairy, Parched (Invisible)
  7. The Short Life
  8. Visiting The Ruins
  9. Capital City
  10. Light The Chinese Flower
  11. Sama Sama


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 3, 1998)
  • limited_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Jet Set Records
  • ASIN: B00000F1U1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #407,409 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
If you happen to get the Limited Edition 2 CD Set of this album, we have included the track listing of the second disc below.

Track Listing:

1. Mandi With The Nightbugs
2. Central Java: Highland Zither Song
3. W. Sumatra: Talempong Pre-K Koran
4. W. Sumatra: Depot Saluang
5. W. Java: Badui Rice Havest (Anklung Circle Dance)
6. Central Java: Family Zither Song
7. W. Java: Sunda Song
8. W. Java: Gamelan (Gong Orchestra)
9. W. Java: Sunda Anklung (Bamboo Tube Shakers)
10. N. Bali: Learning The Instruments
11. W. Java: Imas' Sunda Song
12. Central Bali: Genggong Solo (Bamboo Mouth Harp)
13. W. Java: Song of The Gongsmiths
14. W. Java: Jaipongan Song (Popular/Risque Torch-Song Style)
15. W. Java: Testing Satu, Dua, Tiga
16. W. Java: Jaipongan II w/ Flaming Speaker
17. Central Bali: Gonggong Solo II
18. N. Bali: Palm Wine & Dog Satay
19. W. Java: Lagu Mistik
20. W. Java: Rina Sings Bubuy Bulan

[Disclaimer: The track list for this album is provided as a courtesy, because at the time of this listing, there were no song listings available on this page, for this title. We feel that you should be aware of what songs are on this album before making your purchase. Enjoy!]
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By A Customer on January 25, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is a real find; an intriguing and original album featuring some unconventional instrumentation and percussion (eg. hammer dulcimer & vibraphone, something called a "fun-box"). The sound is hard to pin down but if you had to make comparisons, it might help to think of what Sebadoh or the Sea & Cake would sound like if they took an inspirational trip to Bali and added a good dose of Yo-La Tengo-ish organ. The second (bonus) disk was a one-time-only listen for me unless I need some far-eastern mood-music to go with a Thai dinner. It's all field recorded eastern music by native artists, very un-pop (to my North-American ears). If you're a fan of the aforementioned bands, this album will surely tickle your fancy. Well done.
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Tortoise-like..ok, Sebadoh, yeah, allright -- but really what we have here is a band that has melded their own particular musical orientation (Balinese instrumentation)with the best of The Ramones, New Order, even some elements of early Pink Floyd. The "trance-rock" label has been applied - and it may be apt at this point, but having seen this band perform live 3 or 4 times here in Athens, I think labels will be sloughed off as soon as the next record is released. This band is a dynamic and exploratory experience in the future of rock music - which is embodied only by those bands who transcend pre-existing traditional forms. Macha is making new art -- a refreshing and all too rare occurence in today's consumerist-driven popscene.
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One fine day I was looking though the "just in bin" of used compact disks at my local music store (Twist & Shout)and came across a compact disk that looked like some sort of ethnic album. The cover was interesting so I decided to listen to the first few seconds of each song on the album just to get a feel for the overall sound of the album. Fascinated by the originality of each individual track I decided to buy the album. I proceed to listen to the entire album when I got home! Wow, this album is trance-like sedative cultural music!!!! Macha- limited edition is the best album I have heard this year!
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