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  • Audio Cassette (October 10, 1994)
  • Label: Skin Graft
  • ASIN: B0000019FB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 14, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Once described to me as "spazz-core played through a nintendo", and I'd say that's accurate, to a point. Not intitially the most listenable thing, though. There's keyboards, samples, guitars, saxophones, noise, shouts, all going at the same time, yet in extremely regimented tempos and rhythms. Incredibly orchestrated music, though it doesn't sound like it on first listen. This album is great for fans of some of the newer experimenters in the japanese scene (melt banana, zeni geva, ruins), but would definitely not be enjoyed by your average music fan. It takes a strong mind to get around this...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stopheles on January 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Putting the "experiment" back in "experimental music":

Take a CD copy of SLAVESTATE by Godflesh. Put it on the floor, label side up. Step on it and grind it into the floor for about three feet, until it's impossibly scratched. Put it into your CD player, press PLAY and start jumping up and down right next to your stereo, while yelling random syllables at the top of your lungs. If all goes well, the noise you make will set off a car alarm outside...

...and at that point, you will approach the bizarre noise that Space Streakings make on their unbelievable NANA TOKU album.

A band featuring a gasoline-powered guitar and a car horn as instruments? Check. Japanese chanting over what sounds like the STREET FIGHTER II sound folder? Check.

Anybody who likes early Naked City, Zeni Geva, Dillinger Escape Plan, early Napalm Death, the Ruins, DHR, Today is the Day, Meshuggah, "gabber" techno, "happy hardcore," Carl Stalling's MERRY MELODIES scores, video games, crying babies and/or migraines should pick this bizarre record up as soon as possible, and if given the chance should ABSOLUTELY see Space Streakings in one of their rare U.S. appearances (if they ever tour the U.S. again, I'm there with bells on).

F.O.J.K.!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexander R. Toth on February 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Space Streakings has to be one of the most intense bands I've ever listened too. Live they have an extremely energetic performance with that peculiar weirdness that only Japanese bands can pull off. Space Streakings, despite their unique style, is quite infectious and probably the most listenable of the Japanese hardcore bands. I highly recommend the CD, if for no other reason than to get an insight into the bizarre world Japanese hardcore music.
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7-Toku is a wonderful selection for anyone curious about the Alternative/Experimental outfit Space Streakings. After acquiring this unique album in 1997 I discovered that it was quite fresh, hypnotic and pure. F.J.O.K. and Fire are two choice tracks. The tunes themselves are just as vibrant, distorted and freaky as the album art...a progressively insane splurge of energy and fury. I have listened to this album on multiple occassions (and in places like London and Savannah), and the results were always the same. 7-Toku will knock your socks off if you're in the right frame of mind. If you're a traveler of outherworldly realms, and enjoy the mindless excess of chaotic, purply grape dementia...then check out this masterpiece today!
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