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Tenjo Sajiki Baromon
1972 homosexual call to arms. Fuzzed-out guitar riffs, heavy organ-based psych rock; lachrymose barroom ballads and smutty spoken interjections. Originally sold only under the counter in Tokyo gay bars.



Tenjo Sajiki Sho O Suteyo, Machi E Deyo / 'Throw Away The Books'
Centred around adolescents reading out their own tortured texts about family breakups, the teen murderer Norio Nagayama, and Mick Jagger set to a rough, pounding psych-rock soundtrack by organist Kuni Kawachi.



Radio Myanmar (Burma)
Assorted strange and beautiful pop, folk, and classical music styles intercut with bits of broadcast staples like synth ballads, hip-hop jingles, and internationally popular songs re-recorded in Burmese.





Flower Travellin' Band Satori
Proper gatefold-sleeve heavy-vinyl repress for this legendary slab of Japanese psych, prog and groove magic.



The Roots Of Gamelan The First Recordings: Bali 1928, New York 1941
Magical early recordings by 'world music' pioneer Colin McPhee.



Les Rallizes Denudes Yodo-Go-A-Go-Go
Aka Flightless Bird Needs Water Wings, a greatest hits 1967-82 by the most legendary of Japanese underground rock groups. Buckling and distorted as a rule; demented and dazed, freaked-out and lyrical by turns.



Nat Pwe Folk And Pop Music Of Myanmar
Volume 3. 'the melodically ornamental and thundering sound of the Nat Pwe orchestra... impossible yet flawless execution of composition, wild free-form improvisation, ghost spirit-possessed vocal divas' (SF).





Radio Sumatra The Indonesian FM Experience
From 2004: dangdut, melayu, gambus, punk, rap, psych, Islamic folk, you name it; with snatches of news, karaoke call-ins, ads, prayers and US-style station-IDs.



Streets Of Lhasa
From the high plateau of Tibet where street balladeers get by selling passionate performances of folk songs, with banjo and violin-like instruments like the 'erhu' and the 'san xian'.



Night Recordings From Bali
From 1989 field recordings, around the villages of Peliatan and Ubud. Amidst fragments of gamelan and ketchak are sounds of the surrounding forests, odd folk for flute and drum, outdoor village theatre.



Radio Java
Dangdut, keroncong, jaipongan, rock, pop, disco, as well as theatre, commercials, DJs, news snippets, and other broadcast bits and pieces.