Riddle of Lumen includes Japanese noisecore bands such as Drill Man, Peregrini, .
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label . N Sound Factory (catalog number FMC-001). This album was released in 1995 year. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation. The album included the following session artists
Title: The Riddle of Lumen (1972). This particular one, "The Riddle of Lumen", is about how life is transformed by light. The clips were pieced together from film stock Brakhage filmed over the years and it is silent. Much of the footage appears to be film you would normally discard-odd snippets of poorly filmed stock.
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Riddle of Lumen collects material by twelve of their artists, all part of the "Kansai rock scene" in Kyoto, a part of the new underground noise-rock movement. Featured artists include . Most of the bands here are essentially instrumental, with some occasional shouts, screams, spoken, distorted parts, and like all compilations there's quite a bit of variety.
The Riddle of Lumen presents an evenly paced sequence of images, which seem to follow an elusive logic. However, here the connection is nonverbal. The Riddle of Lumen presents an evenly paced sequence of images, which seem to follow an elusive logic.
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Mixed By – Lulu Watanebe
Recorded By, Mixed By – Yoshiaki Kondo
|3||–U*||Face, Face, Face|
|6||–Soap-Jo Henshi||Fue-Pee (A Married Couple Version)|
Mixed By – Ohno*
|9||–Bidziliba||The Last One
Recorded By, Mixed By – Akinobu Oda
|12||–Otomo Yoshihide||International Short Mix For T.S|
|14||–Live Under The Sky||High Center|
- Artwork By – Rui Date
- Bass Guitar – Hiroaki Fuziwara* (tracks: 14), Kazuyoshi Kimoto (tracks: 2, 13)
- Drums – Masahiro Uemura (tracks: 2, 13)
- Guitar – Natsuki Kido (tracks: 2, 13)
- Percussion – Kumiko Takara (tracks: 2, 13), Mari Era (tracks: 11)
- Performer – Hiroshi Funato (tracks: 11), Q-Zou* (tracks: 1), Shiho (tracks: 1), Tanigawa (tracks: 1), Kazuhisa Uchihashi* (tracks: 11)
- Saxophone – Junji Hirose (tracks: 2, 13)