High Rise - Best Of High Rise: Destination mp3 album
High-Rise is a 2015 British dystopian drama directed by Ben Wheatley, starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, and Elisabeth Moss. It was produced by Jeremy Thomas through his production company Recorded Picture Company. Its screenplay was written by Amy Jump and based on the 1975 novel High-Rise by British writer J. G. Ballard. The film is set in a luxury tower block during the 1970s.
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High-Rise is a 1975 novel by British writer J. The story describes the disintegration of a luxury high-rise building as its affluent residents gradually descend into violent chaos. As with Ballard's previous novels Crash (1973) and Concrete Island (1974), High-Rise inquires into the ways in which modern social and technological landscapes could alter the human psyche in provocative and hitherto unexplored ways. It was adapted into a film of the same name, in 2015, by director Ben Wheatley.
Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: August 30, 2018 - High Rise – High Rise II (2018). September 11, 2016 - High Rise – Left It For Everything EP (2016).
Also including new insert featuring never before seen band photos and artwork by guitarist Munehiro Narita. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. High Rise II (BE-002/002). Record/Vinyl + Digital Album.
High Rise is a Japanese trio formed by vocalist and bassist Asahito Nanjo and by guitarist Munehiro Narita. Narita had already recorded Taco (Pinakotheca, 1983). High Rise are a power-trio in the (brutal, improvisational, punkish) vein of Caspar Brötzmann's Massaker. Narita's stunning technique is the main attraction. The 1984 cassette Psychedelic Noise Beats (La Musica, 1996) won't be reissued for years. Not counting the bootleg Psychedelic Speed Freaks (PSF, 1984 - Time Bomb, 1997), High Rise's first album was High Rise II (PSF, 1986 - Squealer, 1998), that opens with a delirious rock and roll number, Turn You Cry and then delves into the uncontrolled urge of Cotton Top, amid neurotic guitar strumming and tribal drumming. Another epileptic fit detonates Last Rights while Wipe Out's epic refrain and cosmic riff could come out of a lost 1960s Pink Floyd album played at double speed.
About High Rise"Tapes" - These demos were originally prepared for the band’s first solo headlining show in Tokyo on May 17, 1988. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.I'd forgotten how great this album is. The sound is fantastic. On my copy there's no silver that I can see-it's clear with a little black.
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Drums – Shoji Hano
|4||Turn You Cry||3:06|
|12||Psychedelic Speed Freaks||3:38|
- Manufactured By – Tokuma Japan Communications Co., Ltd.
- Recorded At – Jam Studio, Shinjuku
- Recorded At – West Studio, Tokyo
- Arranged By – High Rise
- Art Direction – Munehiro Narita, Yasunori Arai
- Bass, Vocals – Asahito Nanjo
- Drums – Koji Shimura* (tracks: 5, 8, 9, 12), Yuro Ujiie (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7, 10, 11)
- Executive-Producer – Hideo Ikeezumi
- Guitar – Munehiro Narita
- Mixed By [Mixing Engineered By] – Asahito Nanjo, Kazuteru Hama*, Kenji Nakazawa , Munehiro Narita
- Music By – Asahito Nanjo, Munehiro Narita
- Photography By – Sakari Amezawa
- Producer – Asahito Nanjo, Munehiro Narita
- Recorded By [Recording Engineered By] – Asahito Nanjo, Kazuteru Hama*, Kenji Nakazawa , Takewo Yamamoto
- Remastered By – Takeshi Yoshida
- Words By – Asahito Nanjo
NotesRecorded at Jam Studio, West Studio and live (USA and Japan).
Tracks 8 & 9 are previously unreleased studio recordings from 2000.
Special thanks: P.S.F. Records.
Track 1 from the album Desperado
Track 2 from the album Live
Track 3 from the album Dispersion
Track 4 from the album High Rise 2
Track 5 from the album Psychobomb -U.S. Tour 2000-
Track 6 from the album Tokyo Flashback 1
Track 7 from the album High Rise
Track 8 previously unreleased
Track 9 previously unreleased
Track 10 from the album Dispersion
Track 11 from the album Live
Track 12 from the album Psychobomb -U.S. Tour 2000-
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: TKCU-77105 MT C01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L260
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|TKCU-77105, PSFD-8011||High Rise||Best Of High Rise: Destination (CD, Comp)||Tokuma Japan Communications, P.S.F. Records||TKCU-77105, PSFD-8011||Japan||2002|