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An Unofficial Keiji Haino Website
Discography - Compilations

 


  1. Genya Concert/Concert at Illusion Field
    Sohseiki (translation: Genesis) - (double lp) - GNS-1001-2 - recorded August 14, 1971, released 1971
    Solid (cd) - CDSOL-1003 - released 1989
    entry on discogs.com
    The Lost Aaraaff track is an excerpt from the entire Lost Aaraaff concert later released on disc 1 of the "Soul's True Love" 4-CD boxed set.  (See Lost Aaraaff section of discography.)
    The 1989 cd reissue contains only some of the contents of the original double lp. A complete two cd reissue with DVD documentary is listed below under Genya (2003).

      first lp
    1. Speech (3:43)
    2. Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit, "Namida - La Grima" (5:38)
    3. Speech (1:34)
    4. Shun Ochiai Trio, "Weeping Love Glass - The Fleet Circus" (9:37)
    5. Speech (2:37)
    6. Speech (3:51)
    7. Mototeru Takagi Trio, "Face" (7:57)
    8. Speech (2:09)
    9. DEW, "Futari no blues" (3:46)
    10. DEW, Natsu no owari" (5:00)
    11. Speech (0:43)


    12. second lp
    13. Blues Creation, "Genbaku otoshi", "Warui yume" (8:10)
    14. Speech (3:50)
    15. Fujin Kodotai, "Sessesse", "Takeda bushi" (traditional dance) (11:28)
    16. Zuno Keisatsu, "Sekai kakumei senso sengen" (2:41)
    17. Zuno Keisatsu, "Ju o tore" (7:28)
    18. Zuno Keisatsu, "Sect boogie-woogie" (2:08)
    19. Zuno Keisatsu, "Ju o tore (encore)" (5:00)
    20. Lost Aaraaff, "Hell of screams" (9:49)


    Genya cover




  2. Ten O'clock Theatre of Love and desire (Aiyoku Jinmin Juji Gekijo)
    Pinakotheca (lp) - PRL # 1 - released 1981
    entry on discogs.com
    side B, track 1 - Keiji Haino (voice, guitar) - 5 minutes 30 seconds
      [side A]
    1. Tamio Shiraishi (as, rhythm box)
    2. Takafumi Sato (p, ring modulator); Yatasumi (cl); Akihiro Ishiwatari (g); Masami Shinoda (as)
    3. Honeymoons - Kamura (vo, b); Tenko (vo, g, b drum)
    4. Intension - Hiroshi Yokoyama (syn); Atsuko Shiba (vo)
    5. Katsuo Itabashi (vo); Motoharu Yoshizawa (vo, b)
    6. Harumi Yamazaki (vo); Toshiharu Osato (g); Shinnosuke Misawa (g); Masafumi Yamanouchi (syn); Toshimasa Matsumoto (syn); Fumiko Takahashi (p); Nischyakovsky (ds)

    7. [Side B]
    8. Keiji Haino (vo, g)
    9. Vedda Music Workshop - Kenichi Takeda (taisho koto, p); Chie Mukai (vo, kokyu); Junichi Kawara (cl, perc); Takashi Kazamaki (perc); Takeo Suzuki (tape); Yatasumi (cl)
    10. Kino - Kino (vo, b, effect); Tetsu (vo, g, syn); Katsuyuki Sano (as); Norihiro Mukai (ds)
    11. Toshi Tanaka (vo, etc); Ryo Goizuka (vo, etc); Nischyakovsky (perc, etc)
    12. Machinegun Tango - Tori Kudo (vo, p); Yuriko Suganami (vo, vln); Yasushi Ozawa (b); Tamio Shiraishi (as); Yatasumi (cl); Takafumi Sato (vcl)

    Note: There was a limited first edition of this compilation which included lyrics sheets and some freeze-dried sh*t of one of the members of one of the bands appearing on the compilation.

    10:00 Theater cover

    first edition




  3. 10 Minute Improvisation Festival
    5th Column - cassette - released 198?
    side A, track 28 - Keiji Haino - ? minutes ? seconds
    This is an audio document of a two day improvisation festival in Tokyo, September 5th and 6th 1981, containing 64 tracks.
      Side A (recorded September 5th)
    1. Ken'ichi Takeda
    2. Takeo Suzuki
    3. Miyabi Ando
    4. Haruo Higuma
    5. Shuhei Hosokawa
    6. Hiroshi Yano
    7. Hiroyuki Usui
    8. Seijiro Ishibashi
    9. Akihiro Ishiwatari
    10. Hisato Kobayashi
    11. Kazuotoki Umezu
    12. Hiroshi Sueki
    13. Keiko Nakazuka
    14. Kaori Kamura
    15. Hiroto Koyama
    16. Kazuo Fujimoto
    17. Tsukasa Takahashi
    18. Mamoru Taniguchi
    19. Seiji Shimoda
    20. Shigehisa Yokoyama
    21. Tom Recchion
    22. Hideo Tokioka
    23. Jun'ichi Kawara
    24. Mitsuo Komurasaki
    25. Yoshio Ochishi
    26. Shigeo Yamagishi
    27. Sushanta Guha
    28. Keiji Haino
    29. Takao Haga
    30. Mamoru Yamamoto
    31. Akio Suzuki

      Side B (September 6)
    32. Takafumi Sato
    33. Kenshu Fukumoto
    34. Jun Yoshiwara
    35. Ryuzo Kaminaga
    36. Seiko Otobe
    37. Hiroshi Wada
    38. Yasuo Yagi
    39. Hiro Akabori
    40. Koichi Minagawa
    41. Naoyuki Masuda
    42. Hisako Horikawa
    43. Yasuhiko Kinoshitahara
    44. Yoshimasa Nishikawa
    45. Katsusada Yoshida
    46. Ryo Goitsuka
    47. Rie Aoyagi
    48. Masashi Otsuka
    49. Satoshi Sonoda
    50. Yatasumi
    51. Chie Mukai
    52. Joe Potts
    53. Ei'ichi Tsutaki
    54. Kimiya Iwasaki
    55. Mikiko Kojima
    56. Toshiiharu Osato
    57. Yu Sonoda
    58. Shunji Tsutaki
    59. Masa Wada
    60. Tori Kudo
    61. Tamio Shiraiashi
    62. Yuichi Masuda
    63. Motoharu Yoshizawa
    64. Harumi Yamazaki



    cover not available




  4. Welcome to Dreamland
    Celluloid - CELL 5013 - lp - released 1985
    Celluloid - CELCD 5013 - cd - released 1986
    entry on discogs.com
    track 1 - Fake (with Keiji Haino) - Dig - 3 minutes 08 seconds
    track 11 - Keiji Haino - As it is, I will never let it end - 2 minutes 54 seconds
    Track 1 is a pastiche - Frith put together some left-over tracks and created this track in the studio, hence the group name "Fake".
    Track 1 was also included as a bonus track on the cd version of Fred Frith's recording, "Speechless". (See the "Guest Appearances" section of the discography.)
    1. Fake (with Keiji Haino) - Dig -(03:08)
    2. Saboten - low chair
    3. Luna Park Ensemble - scramble suite
    4. Akira/Seiji- timon's navel
    5. Katra Turana - yatara-chan's annoying noise
    6. Sodaneva - 42
    7. The Honeymoons - the formula of silence
    8. The Polka Dot Fire Brigade - the moon which lies
    9. After Dinner - the room of hair mobiles
    10. Ken-ichi Takeda - dumb like a fox
    11. Keiji Haino - As it is, I will never let it end (02:54)
    12. A-Musik - the black international
    13. Chie Mukai - wandering hindu
    14. Che-Shizu - festival song


    Welcome to Dreamland cover
    photo: Fred Frith



  5. Tokyo Flashback Volume One
    PSF - PSFD 12 - released 1991
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 4 - Fushitsusha - 10 minutes 18 seconds
    track 8 - Keiji Haino - 8 minutes 38 seconds
    1. Marble Sheep at the run-down sun's Children - plays 22 February, 1991
    2. High-Rise - mainliner
    3. Ghost- improvised "tama yura"
    4. Fushitusha - Here, You (10:18)
    5. White Heaven - blind promise
    6. Verzerk - heavy
    7. Keiji Haino - Just Now (08:38)


    TFB Volume 1 cover
    photo: uncredited



  6. Bee-Haibu
    SSS - SSS 41 - recorded Live, December 21, 1991
    cassette - split between UFO OR DIE & Keiji Haino
    entry on discogs.com
    Side A:  UFO OR DIE (Eye Yamatsuka, Yoshimi Tokota, Tony Lee) - 6 tracks
    Side B:  Keiji Haino (guitar) - one track
    total playing time approximately 60 minutes.
    This is an unofficial bootleg, released by:
    SSS (5881 Darlington Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15217) (412-422-3983).
      [Side A: UFO OR DIE]
    1. let's categorize
    2. space disco
    3. mc4
    4. atomic vomit men
    5. suck my stomach
    6. much much

    7. [side B: Keiji Haino]
    8. guitar improvisation (05:43)
    9. guitar improvisation (03:54)
    10. guitar improvisation (15:10)
    11. voice and percussion improvisation (03:59)
    12. Haino (flute, percussion) + male Japanese voice + sultry female English voice (sampled?) (02:22)


    Bee-Haibu cover
    cover design: uncredited



  7. Tokyo Flashback Volume Two
    PSF - PSFD 24 - released 1992
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 2 - High Rise with Keiji Haino - 3 minutes 59 seconds
    track 11 - Fushitsusha - 9 minutes 40 seconds
    1. White Heaven - Silver Current
    2. High-Rise & Keiji Haino - T.F.B (03:59)
    3. Maher Shalal Hash Baz -
    4. Marble Sheep and the Run-Down Sun's Children - I just stay in the Up-side
    5. Over Hang Party -
    6. Yura Yura Kingdom -
    7. Yuragi - Improvisation
    8. Kousokuya -
    9. Ghost - Sun Is Tangging
    10. Ohkami No Jikan - Thin City Part 2
    11. Fushitsusha - Marianne (09:40)


    TFB Volume 2 cover
    photo: uncredited



  8. Tokyo Flashback Volume Three
    PSF - PSFD 34 - released 1993
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 3 - Fushitsusha - 11 minutes 28 seconds
    1. Overhang Party -
    2. White Heaven - Midsummer Stroll
    3. Fushitusha - I noticed (11:28)
    4. Cobalt -
    5. Kumo To Hae - Bottom of the Night
    6. Sweet & Honey - Ritual of the Sun
    7. Ghost - Suspect Tells of Dog Under the Sun
    8. Dauchi-Hakkensha -
    9. Uchu Engine -
    10. Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Tapes
    11. Shizuka -


    TFB Volume 3 cover
    photo: uncredited



  9. Land of the rising noise
    Charnel House - CHCD 9 - released 1993
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 12 - Keiji Haino - The man who wring under the name of gratification - 12 minutes 46 seconds
    1. Omoide Hatoba - IN
    2. Agencement - Tegmen
    3. Dissecting Table - Dead Gods
    4. Aube - Amniotic Fluid
    5. Children Coup d'Etat - Saigo no Hoknoh
    6. DMV - Outer Mind
    7. Angel in Heavy Syrup - My Dream
    8. Merzbow - Moon Over the Bwana A
    9. Tokyo Dowser - Suimin Party Edit
    10. C.C.C.C - Monde Bizarre
    11. Hijokaidan - Sound of Bay Area
    12. Keiji Haino - The man who wring under the name of gratification (12:46)


    Land of the Rising Noise I cover
    cover photo: Ryoichi Yoshida



  10. Ambient 4 Isolationism
    Virgin - 839310 - released 1994
    double compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    disc 1, track 12 - Nijiumu - Once again I cast myself into the flames of atonement - 9 minutes 10 seconds
      [disc one]
    1. KK Null/James Plotkin - lost (held under)
    2. Jim O'Rourke - flat without a back
    3. Ice - the dredger
    4. Raoul Björkenheim - strangers
    5. :Zoviet*France: - daisy gun
    6. Labradford - air lubricated free axis trainer
    7. Techno Animal - self strangulation
    8. Paul Schütze - hallucinations (in memory of Reinaldo Arenas)
    9. Scorn - silver rain fell (deep water mix)
    10. Disco Inferno - lost in fog
    11. Total - six
    12. Nijiumu - once again I cast myself into the flames of atonement (09:10)

    13. [disc two]
    14. Aphex Twin -aphex airlines
    15. AMM - vandoeure
    16. Seefeel - lief
    17. 'O'Rang - little sister
    18. E.A.R. - hydroponic
    19. Sufi - desert flower
    20. David Toop/Max Eastley - burial rites (phosphorescent mix)
    21. Main - crater scar (adrenochrome)
    22. Final - hide
    23. Lull - thoughts
    24. Thomas Köner - kanon (part one: brohuk)


    Ambient 4 cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  11. Maboroshi No Sekai Samples
    Maboroshi No Sekai - MABO 001 - released 1995
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 12 - Black Stage - Ononoki - 5 minutes 06 seconds
    1. Bazooka Joe - jesus vs
    2. P.O.N.- petenshi #7
    3. Melt Banana - scissor quiz
    4. Ausia - idiot's delight
    5. Black Stage - ononoki (05:06)
    6. Saga Yuki - fairy's fable
    7. Houraku-Ya - mt. kairas
    8. Fukuoka Yutaka & Kido Natsuki - take one
    9. Ixa-Wud - complex
    10. Bondage Fruit - octopus-command-live
    11. Painkiller - ayurveda
    12. Yoshida Tatsuya & Katsui Yuji - byzantine
    13. Isoda Osamu - techno jerky karaoke version
    14. ZZZ - swain
    15. 20Fingers - welcome to the zoo
    16. Harpy - havana
    17. Live under the sky with Uchihashi, Hirose, & Katsui - france
    18. Katsui Yuji & Ponchi Kyoudai - paku chon 3


    Maboroshi cover
    cover photo: Sasaki Hideaki



  12. Three Fingers and a Fumb
    Blast First/Disobey - BFFP 107CD - released 1995
    double compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    disc 1, track 10 - Keiji Haino - Untitled guitar, 27 Oct 94 - 6 minutes 40 seconds (38:43-45:23)
    disc 1, track 13 - Keiji Haino - Untitled percussion, 27 Oct 94 - 3 minutes 07 seconds (52:01-55:08)
    These tracks are excerpts from the solo Haino concert contained on "Saying I love you I continue to curse myself".  (See Solo Live section of discography.)
      [disc one]
    1. John Oswald - VT
    2. Aaron Williamson - untitled 1 September
    3. Einheit/Brötzmann - 6 of 7
    4. Stewart Home - grrl power
    5. Ether Hogg - their satanic majesties request (greatest hits)
    6. Spaceheads
    7. Blue Humans - untitled 28 July
    8. Peter Brötzmann/Keith Tippet/Uli Kellors - untitled 26 May
    9. John Oswald - Z
    10. Keiji Haino - untitled guitar, 27 Oct 94 (03:07)
    11. George Melly - Urse Sonata
    12. Dome - extract of tervis
    13. Keiji Haino - untitled percussion, 27 Oct 94 (03:07)

    14. [disc two]
    15. Robin Cook - maggot surgeons
    16. Moonshake/Skree Timelord Arkestra - heart keeps beating
    17. John Healey - talks about grass arena
    18. Bruce Gilbert - sounds of london
    19. Iain Sinclair - radon daughters, chapter 17, pages 408-409
    20. Put Put - superficial thrill (p.s.t.)
    21. Terry Edwards - lather, rinse, repeat
    22. Phill Niblock = d & d
    23. Brian Catling - final segment of cyclops


    Fumb cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  13. Tokyo Flashback Volume Four
    PSF - PSFD 69 - released 1995
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 1 - Keiji Haino - rudra vina solo - 4 minutes 41 seconds
    1. Keiji Haino - rudra vina solo (04:41)
    2. Broom Dusters -
    3. Musica Transonic - weird
    4. Puka-puka Brians -
    5. On-na Kodomo -
    6. Shizuka -
    7. Akiyama-Sugimoto - hound dog blues
    8. High-Rise - ikon
    9. Kakashi -
    10. Construction - fade out
    11. Psychedelic Crazy Horse - no wave
    12. Hikyo String Quintet - strings quintet no. 1


    TFB Volume 4 cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  14. MIAOW! -- Wire Magazine Compilation
    Big Cat - promo - included in June 1996 issue of Wire Magazine
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 13 - Nijiumu - 3 minutes 12 seconds
    This track is an excerpt from the Nijiumu concert contained in the Driftworks 4-cd set on Big Cat.  (See the Nijiumu section of discography.)
    1. Paul Schütze - go
    2. Dirty Three - kim's dirt
    3. Daniel Figgis - lucky's bad day
    4. E.A.R. - the calm before
    5. Francis Grier - sanctus
    6. Harmony Rockets - extract from paralyzed mind of teh archangel void
    7. Paul Schütze + Phantom City - the big god blows in
    8. John Tavener - song for athene
    9. Daniel Figgis - extract from lanthon
    10. henry parcell - march, thou knowest lord, & canzona
    11. thomas köner - taken from driftworks
    12. Pauline Oliveros & Rany Rainr-Reusch - in the shadow of the phoenix
    13. Nijiumu - live (taken from driftworks) (03:12)


    Miaow! cover
    cover design: uncredited



  15. Tokyo Invasion Volume One -- Cosmic Kurushi Monsters
    Virgin Tokyo - 7243 8 49175 - 1996
    double compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    disc 1, track 7 - Keiji Haino - You who will in no way, I who can in no way - 5 minutes 50 seconds
    disc 2, track 4 - Fushitsusha - untitled - 10 minutes 03 seconds
    disc 2, track 7 - Vajra - Before the snow falls, falling leaves have no meaning - 4 minutes 55 seconds
    Haino track taken from the album, A Challenge to Fate.  
    Fushitsusha track taken from the album, The Caution Appears.  
    Vajra track taken from the album, Tusgaru.
      [disc one]
    1. Musica Transonic - aytybpioys
    2. Omoide Hatoba - we are hello
    3. Space Streakings - houkago seikean aesthe
    4. Jyoji Sawada's Base of Fiction - the quiet noon
    5. Ruins - graviyavnosch
    6. Demi Semi Quaver - [s]mash room
    7. Keiji Haino - You who will in no way, I who can in no way - (05:50)
    8. Masaki Batoh - yoo do right
    9. Bass Army - owatte inai koto ga aru
    10. Hirihito - metaric machine
    11. Optical*8 - halle halle

    12. [disc two]
    13. Shizuka - blood stained blossom
    14. Kato Hideki - savage
    15. Kazayuki K. Null & Ichiro Agata - love isn't blind
    16. Fushitusha - untitled (10:03)
    17. Melt Banana - sick zip everywhere
    18. Boredoms - pow wow wow
    19. Vajra - Before the snow falls, falling leaves have no meaning (04:55)
    20. Ground Zero - paraiso 1
    21. Altered States - martzmer
    22. High Rise - mira
    23. Magical Power Mako - blue dot


    Tokyo Invasion cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  16. Halana Magazine compilation
    halana - issue #2 - 1997
    compact disc
    entry on discogs.com
    track 4 - Keiji Haino - hurdy gurdy and voice - 17 minutes 23 seconds
    1. Tony Conrad - July, 1995
    2. Alan Lamb - last anzac
    3. William Parker - in case of accident
    4. Keiji Haino - plays hurdy gurdy (17:23)
    5. Pauline Oliveros - Ghostdance: Procession


    Miaow! cover
    cover design: uncredited



  17. Driftworks Sampler
    Big Cat - AB 1000 CDP - released November, 1997
    compact disc - 5 tracks - 37 minutes 36 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    All tracks and excerpts on this promotional sampler are taken from the Driftworks box set.   (See the Nijiumu section of discography.)   This excerpt differs from the excerpt included on the Miaow! Wire compilation.
    1. Paul Schütze - Go (04:27)
    2. Paul Schütze - The Drowning (04:07)
    3. Pauline Oliveros & Randy Raine-Reusch - Silence Echoes (13:30)
    4. Thomas Köner - Nuuk (Day) (07:20)
    5. Nijiumu - Extract from 'Live' (08:12)


    driftworks promo
    disc design: uncredited



  18. How to be big - Play for E.Yazawa
    Sony - SRCL 4143 - December 12, 1997
    compact disc
    discogs.com
    This is a tribute compilation to Japanese rock singer Eikichi Yazawa.
    track 9 - Vajra (Mikami, Haino, and Ishitsuka) - I love you, OK - 5 minutes 8 seconds
    (a cover of a song by Yazawa)
    1. Kenji Ohtsuki : I Say Good-bye, So Good-bye
    2. OTO : A Day
    3. Omokage Lucky Hole : Cold Skin
    4. Kenzo Saeki featuring Eimy Yamada : China Town
    5. THE THRILL : Traveling Bus
    6. Tomorou Taguchi : Never Ending Ha?Ha
    7. Paradise Garege : Yes My Love
    8. 008 (Koutaro Furuichi & Aida Moichi) : Paint It Black
    9. Vajra : I Love You OK
    10. Metrofalse : Gold Rush


    Yazawa cover



  19. Musiques Japonaise indépendantes des années 90
    Musea Mag France - no issue number - January, 1999
    Sonore-Artzero - SON-03
    book + 2 compact discs
    discogs.com
    track 12 - Keiji Haino - voice & electric percussion - 5 minutes 14 seconds
      [disc one: 90's Japanese Independent Musics]
    1. Hoppy Kamiyama - fantasm*b
    2. Haco- moonlight in glory
    3. Bondage Fruit - prayer
    4. Kondo Tatsuo - chrome yellow
    5. Trembling Strain - funeral song II
    6. Ruins - regard de l'esprit de joie (Messiaen)
    7. Tetsuo Furudate - la jetée
    8. Gaji - hungry children
    9. Yuko Nexus6 - henachoko clock
    10. Acid Mother Temple - hello eskimo or polyhedric MU
    11. Soh Band - humble paranoia
    12. Keiji Haino - voice & electrik percussion (05:14)
    13. Filament - a moonshine affair

    14. [disc two: Le Meilleur du Rock Progressif Japonais]


     Musiques Japonaise Indépendantes cover
    cover design: uncredited



  20. Land of the Rising Noise, Vol.3
    Charnel Music - CHCD-33 - April, 1999
    compact disc
    discogs.com
    track 9 - Keiji Haino with Coa - Session - 9 minutes 7 seconds
    1. Acid Mothers Temple - super sunshine
    2. Grind Orchestra - jolly throats
    3. I.S.O. - 00:1746
    4. Mitsuru Tabata - untitled
    5. K2 - we destroyed barcelona again
    6. Mady Gula Blue Heaven - kokorono kakera
    7. Shincho 2m - baka yeltsin
    8. Kazumoto Endo - untitled
    9. Coa & Keiji Haino - session (09:07)
    10. Ultra Fuckers - prince of the land of the rising sun
    11. Yukiko - okayuya
    12. Kaneko Jutoku - the darkness point


    Land of the Rising Noise III cover
    cover design: Mason Jones/Automatism
    dolls: Remi Futoyama



  21. The Wire Tapper #5
    sampler included with the magazine, "The Wire" - issue # 193 - March, 2000
    compact disc
    discogs.com
    track 17 - Fushitsusha - Don't be afraid  Even if your nerves snap, you can tie them to a fragment of the universe... - 6 minutes 7 seconds
    (This is track 3 from the Fushitsusha release I saw it! That which before I could only sense... on Paratactile, PLE1106/07-2. This sampler is available only to subscribers.)
    1. Labradford - so remix
    2. Stephen Vitiello - nine out of ten
    3. VVE- herz
    4. Kimmo Pohjonen - anastaja
    5. Wire - pink flag/2
    6. Stylus - last seaweed collecting hut at freshwater west, part 1: angle
    7. John Wall - construction 1stat/unt/dist (extract)
    8. Curd Duca - quiet nights/intro quiet nights
    9. Fennesz, O'Rourke, Rehberg - gürtel zwei
    10. I'm Sore vs Noise Camp - the best of
    11. Daniel Givens - viaduct
    12. Arne Nordheim - fonofonier
    13. Yo La Tengo - our way to fall
    14. Vert - part 4 (edit)
    15. Aesop Quartet - egyptian nights
    16. Mira Calix - skin with me
    17. Fushitsusha - don't be afraid  even if your nerves snap, you can tie them to a fragment of the universe... (06:07)


    Wire Tapper 5 cover
    cover design: uncredited



  22. Heaven Tapes
    La Musica Records - tape 135 - recorded 1978-1979, released circa 1999-2000
    cassette
    Description from the La Musica website:
    A mysterious tape issued by the legendary cult underground magazine "Heaven", only known to a select few. Compiled and produced by Dan Takasugi (cult writer), Harumi Yamazaki and Toshiharu Osato, this documents the best and worst of a series of psychedelic and avant-garde performances held at Minor from '78 to '79. The major artists who played at Minor are all included.
    No tracks or artist information are given on the cassette. Haino performs on this cassette. The last track of side two can be identified as Fushitsusha.
    (Note: There is some debate over whether this is an "official release" or a bootleg, owing to a dispute over ownership of the copyright.)
    1. No track information given


    Heaven Tapes cover
    cover design: uncredited



  23. Japanese Independent Music
    Sonore - SON-11 - 2001
    book - 362 pages
    compact disc - 18 tracks
    discogs.com
    This book + cd set is a vastly expanded translation of the French book + cd set Musiques Japonaise indépendantes des années 90. The book upgrades from 128 to 362 pages. The French version came with one cd of Independent Japanese Music and one cd of Japanese Progressive Rock. This new English version comes with one cd of Independent Japanese Music. This 18-track compilation cd is different from the 13-track compilation cd that accompanied the French version. The Keiji Haino track is the same on both versions of the compilation.
    track 3 - Keiji Haino - voice & electric percussion - 5 minutes 19 seconds

    1. Wono Satoru - Allegro
    2. Yuko Nexus6 - N.S.K.K coming soon
    3. Keiji Haino - voice & electrik percussion (05:19)
    4. Harpy - Sash
    5. Gaji - Trippin' under a chargin' sphere
    6. Hoppy Kamiyama - fantasm*b
    7. Furudate Tetsuo - La Jetée
    8. Hair Stylistics - Impression of nasty dread
    9. KK Null - BDDM
    10. Kangaroo Paw - Osusowake
    11. Sawada Jyoji - Enfant terrible
    12. Haco- moonlight in glory
    13. Bondage Fruit - prayer
    14. Ruins - Guamallapish
    15. Acid Mother Temple - hello eskimo or polyhedric MU
    16. eX-Girl - Zozoi
    17. The*Saboten - I.K.U.


     Japanese Independent Music cover
    cover design: extract from "Violence Bijin" by Daisuke Ichiba



  24. Live at Tonic, Volume 1
    Tonic, New York, New York - No label - compact disc, released: September, 2002
    discogs.com
    This cd is a limited edition of 2000 available only from the Tonic Box Office.
    1. Arto Lindsay - Ex-Prequica (4:54)
    2. Emergency: John Zorn, John Medeski, Marc Ribot & Ben Perowsky - Colombo (14:05)
    3. Joey Baron & Vinicius Cantuaria - Banquet (7:11)
    4. Dougie Bowne's Peninsula - Cocktail (6:50)
    5. Derek Bailey & Min Xiao-Fen - Fortune (5:50)
    6. Erik Friedlander, Sylvie Courvoisier & Ikue Mori - Opaline (07:57)
    7. Z'EV, Haino Keiji & Ikue Mori - Road To Infinity (09:02) from 11/15/99
    8. Susie Ibarra Trio - Magandang Araw (07:06)
    9. Loren Mazzacane Connors & Kim Gordon - Loren's Birthday (07:59)
    10. Marina Rosenfeld & Raz Mesinai - Lover's Quarrel (03:44)


    Live at Tonic
    cover design: Chippy (Heung Heung Chin)



  25. The Wire 20 1982-2002: Audio Issue
    MUTE - CDSTUMM220 - triple compact disc, released: November 18, 2002
    discogs.com
    A triple CD box set specially compiled to mark The Wire's 20th anniversary.
    Track 10 of disc three of this compilation is a Fushitsusha track, previously released as Track 5 (04:42) on "The Caution Appears" (Les disques du soleil et de l'acier, CDSA 54039, 1995).
    The November 2002 Issue (#225) of The Wire comes with a double cd with 31 of these songs. However, the Haino track is not included.

      disc one

    1. Steve Lacy The Wire
    2. Ennio Morricone (with Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza) Seguita
    3. Coil Wrong Eye
    4. Hands To Egress (excerpt)
    5. David Toop & Max Eastley Buried Dreams
    6. Vivian Jackson & King Tubby Tubby's Vengeance
    7. Fennesz Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)
    8. Derek Bailey M 5
    9. Traditional Musicians, Bali Cockfight - Trance In Paksabali And Kesiman - Gamelan Beleganjur
    10. Einstrzende Neubauten Pygmen
    11. AMM After Rapidly Circling The Plaza (excerpt)
    12. Mars 11,000 Volts
    13. Cabaret Voltaire Breathe Deep
    14. Tony Conrad with Faust The Death Of The Composer Was In 1962
    15. Designer Vandal
    16. Torture Soaking Bodies In Dub
    17. Fela Kuti Shenshema

      disc two

    1. The Art Ensemble Of Chicago Illistrum
    2. Sonic Youth Expressway To Yr Skull
    3. Spring Heel Jack/The Blue Series Continuum Salt
    4. This Heat Paper Hats
    5. Stereolab & Nurse With Wound Simple Headphone Mind
    6. Jac Berrocal Rock 'N' Roll Station
    7. Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth Arkestra Ancient Ethiopia
    8. Christian Marclay Jukebox Capriccio
    9. John Cage Williams Mix
    10. Yoshihide Otomo Cathode #4: Soundcheck Version
    11. Bjrk Headphones
    12. Pauline Oliveros I (excerpt)

      disc three

    1. Keith Hudson Satan Side
    2. Terry Riley Music For The Gift Part 1
    3. William S Burroughs (with Ian Sommerville) Silver Smoke Of Dreams
    4. Suicide Rocket USA
    5. Supersilent 4.2
    6. Pan Sonic Vaihe (Fn)
    7. Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft Kebabtrume
    8. Larry Young Khalid Of Space Part 2 - Welcome
    9. David Behrman (with Gordon Mumma) Players With Circuits
    10. Fushitsusha The Caution Appears Part 5
    11. John Coltrane (with Alice Coltrane) Living Space
    12. John Fahey Some Summer Day
    13. Diamanda Gals 25 Minutes To Go


    The Wire Box
    cover design: Non-Format (www.non-format.com)



  26. The Festival Beyond Innocence cd Series
    A Brief History in 67 Chapters

    Innocent Records - FBI Disc FBI 102, 103, 104 & 105 - four compact discs - 2002
    discogs.com
    FBI (Festival Beyond Innocence) is an imprint of the Innocence (formerly Zenbai) label of Kazuhisa Uchihashi.
    Haino appears on three tracks of disc three.
    Dates: November 21 and 22, 1998; November 20 and 21, 1999.
    Track 3 - Haino (guitar, vocal), Tsuyama Atsushi (bass), Samm Bennett (drums) 1998 (07:55)
    Track 8 - Haino (vocal, wavedrum), Inada Makoto (bass, vocal) 1998 (05:01)
    Track 12 - guitar panic! - Haino/KK Null/Imahori Tsuneo/Uchihashi Kazuhisa (guitars) 1998 (06:45)
    Produced by Uchihashi Kazuhisa, mastered by Ito Haruna and Samm Bennett.

      disc one (October 9 & 10, 1996 & October 10 & 11, 1997)

    1. Otomo Yoshihide, Iwasaki Tetsuji & Kojima Takashi
    2. Bidziliba (Fuchigami Junko, Furutaro, Era Mari, & Funato Hiroshi)
    3. Umezu Kazutoki & Otani Yasuhiro
    4. Psychoacoustic (Elliott Sharp & Zeena Parkins)
    5. Tanaka Yumiko, Samm Bennett & Uchihashi Kazuhisa
    6. Suonomono (Akamatsu Masayuki, Yamaji Atsushi, Kitahara Keiichi & Kitahara Takayuki)
    7. Ruins (Yoshida Tatsuya & Sasaki Hisashi) & Otomo Yoshihide
    8. Royal Queezit (Emi Eleonola, Katsui Yuji) & Yagi Michiyo
    9. Omoide Hatoba (Yamamoto Seiichi, Tsuyama Atsushi, Atari & Ogushi Takashi)
    10. Tsuyama Atsushi, Takara Kumiko & Era Mari
    11. Emi Eleonola & Samm Bennett
    12. Bob Ostertag & Otomo Yoshihide
    13. Chino Shuichi & Yamamoto Seiichi
    14. Martin Tétreault & Uchihashi Kazuhisa
    15. Kam-pas-nel-la (Haco, Zeena Parkins, Samm Bennett, Uchihashi Kazuhisa)
    16. Leonid Soybelman, Nasuno Mitsuru, & Ichiraku Yoshimitsu

      disc two (October 10 & 11, 1997 & November 21 & 22, 1998)

    1. Hans Reichel
    2. Machida Ko, Yamamoto Seiichi & Uchihashi Kazuhisa
    3. Katsui Yuji & Kinoshita Kazushige
    4. Chiku Toshiaki, Haco & Takara Kumiko
    5. Makigami Koichi & Thomas Buckner
    6. Hans Reichel
    7. Wono Satoru & Matsuzaki Junichi
    8. 30th Century (Kawabata Minoru, Inada Makoto & Yuko Nexus 6)
    9. Pon (Uemura Masahiro, Hirose Junji, Takara Kumiko, Tzuboguchi Masayasu & Shimizu Rei)
    10. Hikutasu (Chiku Toshiaki, Ezaki Masafumi, Sekijima Takero, Ogata Takero & Uchihashi Kazuhisa)
    11. Tanaka Yumiko & Kido Natsuki
    12. Kingjoe (Sasaki Hideaki & Masuko Tatsuki) & Diesel Guitar
    13. Happiness Proof (Haco, Tsuyama Atsushi, Christopher Stephens & Ichiraku Yoshimitsu) & Sotoyama Akira
    14. Harpy (Itoken, Kyoko, Onotetsu & Suzuki)
    15. Kawabata Makoto
    16. Makigami Koichi & Altered States (Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Nasuno Mitsuru, & Yoshigaki Yasuhiro)
    17. Tzuboguchi Masayasu & Iwata Ko
    18. Hans Reichel, Harada Takashi & Samm Bennett

      disc three (November 21 & 22, 1998 & November 20 & 21, 1999)

    1. Steve Beresford & Altered States (Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Nasuno Mitsuru, & Yoshigaki Yasuhiro)
    2. Helge Hinteregger, Yagi Michiyo, & Era Mari
    3. Haino Keiji, Tuyama Atsushi & Samm Bennett
    4. Kang Tae Hwan & Enka (Uchihashi Kazuhisa & Yoshigaki Yasuhiro)
    5. Steve Beresford
    6. Chino Shuichi & Uchihashi Kazuhisa
    7. Phantasmagoria (Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Iwata Ko, Ezaki Masafumi, Ando Makiko, Inada Makoto, Kojima Takashi, Ichiraku Yoshimitsu)
    8. Haino Keiji & Inada Makoto
    9. Pa-pa (Inada Makoto, Katori Koichiro & Mizutani Yasuhisa)
    10. Imai Kazuo
    11. Ando Makiko, Yuko Nexus 6 & Unami Taku
    12. Guitar Panic! (Haino Keiji, KK Null, Imahori Tsuneo & Uchihashi Kazuhisa)
    13. Steve Beresford
    14. Haco & Coa (Eddie & Bill)
    15. Yanagawa Yoshinori & Katori Koichiro
    16. Ne Zhdali (Leonid Soybelman, Andrei Kulagin, Ilya Komarov, Oleg Davidovitch, Vadim Veeremaa & Vitaly Redchits)

      disc four (November 21 & 22, 1998 & November 18 & 19, 2000)

    1. Kakitsubata (Tagawa Masayasu, Tanimoto Syunsuke, Inoue Hideki, Nakayama Hironari, Nisikawa Bunsyo)
    2. Eugene Chadbourne & Samm Bennett
    3. Joelle Leandre & Era Mari
    4. Formant Brothers (Miwa Masahiro & Sakonda Nobuyasu)
    5. Skist (Ito Haruna & Samm Bennett) & Kang Tae Hwan
    6. Shelley Hirsch, Takahashi Yuji, & Uchihashi Kazuhisa
    7. Eugene Chadbourne, Yamamoto Seiichi & Yagi Michiyo
    8. Chou (Kimura Fumihiko, Kojima Takashi & Ezaki Masafumi)
    9. Hose (Unami Taku, Hattori Reiji, Izumi Tomoya, Koike Toshihiro, Ezaki Masafumi)
    10. Won Jiksoo, Yamamoto Seiichi, Kawabata Minoru & Ichiraku Yoshimitsu
    11. Hannoda Taku
    12. Han Bennink, Uchihashi Kazuhisa & Ezaki Masafumi
    13. Mutant (Iwata Ko, Mizutani Yasuhisa, Inoue Satoshi, Uchihashi Kazuhisa) & Haco
    14. Joelle Leandre, Chino Shuichi & Unami Taku
    15. Fuchigami to Funato (Fuchigami Junko & Funato Hiroshi) & Tanaka Yumiko
    16. Kang Tae Hwan, Yamamoto Seiichi & Inada Makoto
    17. Purist (Yamamoto Seiichi & Uchihashi Kazuhisa)


    FBI cover
    cover design: Kurose Masaru



  27. Yuji Itsumi
    Jiyu no ishi (Free Will)
    PSF -- PSFB-1 -- release date: February 1, 2003
    compact disc - 9 tracks - 62 minutes 06 seconds
    book - 124 pages
    discogs.com
    This book contains photographs of various musicians associated with the PSF label as well as European and American collaborators. The book is in Japanese only. The book comes with a cd of exclusive tracks by people whom Itsumi has photographed. This book and cd set was released in a limited edition of 500.
    1. Kazuo Imai - percussion (08:23)
    2. Motoharu Yoshizawa - bass (08:29)
    3. Yoshihide Otomo - electronics (07:13)
    4. Derek Bailey - guitar (02:52)
    5. Toshiaki Ishizuka - percussion (04:48)
    6. Keiji Haino - voice and sampler (07:36)
    7. Hiroshi Kawani - voice and more (08:03)
    8. Chie Mukai - voice, piano, percussion (06:34)
    9. Kan Mikami & Masayoshi Urabe - voice, guitar & sax (08:03)


    Yuji Itsumi cover
    cover photo: Yuji Itsumi



  28. November Music Festival 2000
    As The World Turns
    November Music -- NM-004 -- release date: November, 2001
    double compact disc - 13 tracks - 133 minutes 48 seconds
    discogs.com
    The November Music Festival is an annual festival that takes place in three cities, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands; Ghent, Belgium; & Essen, Germany. Every year the festival has a theme. In 2000, the theme was "East meets West". The line-up included Roscoe Mitchell, Machine For Making Sense, Chris Mann, David Shea, Pluto, etc. There were three concerts by Fushitsusha
    • Friday 17th of November: W2, Boschdijkstraat 100, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands: 23.00 hr
    • Saturday 18th November: Vooruit, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 23, 9000 Ghent, Belgium: 23.00 hr
    • Sunday 19th of November: Folkwanh Hochschule, Klemensborn 39, 45239 Essen, Germany, 21.30/22.00 hr
    The line-up for Fushitusha featured Yasushi Ozawa on bass and Haino on percussion and vocals. The compilation includes one Fushitusha track from 17.11.00 concert at the W2 Concert Hall, 's-Hertogenbosch.

    disc one: various artists

    1. Roscoe Mitchell - Improvisation 59A for solo soprano saxophone (21:51)
    2. David Dramm - Orange Slice part 3 (16:09)
    3. Fushitusha - Everything will not permit itself to keep on using the excuse to itself that things will change (23:29)
    4. Tjerk van der Ham - Strong Quartext for string quartet and rap (08:03)

    disc two: Boudewijn Buckinx

    1. Compassion
    2. Gatha of Impermanence
    3. Koan
    4. Gatha of Buddha
    5. Mahaprajnaparamita-Hridaya Sutra
    6. Namu Amida Butsu
    7. Lankavatara Sutra
    8. Kwannon Sutra
    9. Orategama


    November Music cover
    cover design: Kinkorn (Maarten Meevis)



  29. Boku no te ni tsukamtte
    Ear Disk -- EAR-007 -- release date: September 15, 2002
    compact disc - 5 tracks - 26:49 minutes
    discogs.com
    This compilation contains two Haino tracks.
    • Track 1. Boku no te ni tsukmatte (Grasped in my hand) - Haino (guitar), Keiichi Sokabe (reading), Bonstar, and Tomonao (04:28)
    • Track 4. Te o kazashite mitara subete koko de matte ita (Looking for hands, I waited here) - Haino (03:28)


    EAR 007 cover
    cover design: unknown



  30. Ikiru
    Ear Disk -- EAR-008 -- release date: September 15, 2002
    compact disc - 17 tracks - 74:41 minutes
    discogs.com
    This compilation contains two Haino tracks.
    • Track 1. Umi e (To the sea) - Haino, Keiichi Sokabe, Bonstar, Tomonao (12:31)
    • Track 16. Te o sashidashite miru to modotte yuku to iu yawarakana hitotsu no hibiki ni natte yuku (It will become a gentle tone that will go back as soon as you reach out your hands) - Haino (00:29)


    EAR 008 cover
    cover design: unknown



  31. Genya Concert
    subtitled: maboroshi no no wa genshutsu shita ka/'71 Nihon Genyasai Sanritsuka de odore
    Flying Publishers - box + 2xCD + DVD - FLPB-001 (box), FLPC-005/006 (cds), FLPD-001 (dvd) - released November 25th, 2003, recorded 1971
    compact disc #1 - 11 tracks - 47 minutes 05 seconds
    compact disc #2 - 8 tracks - 51 minutes 00 seconds
    digital video disc - 3 tracks - 24 minutes 12 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    The two compact discs provide a complete reissue of the original double album compilation, listed as Genya Concert/Concert at Illusion Field above. The Lost Aaraaff track is an excerpt from the Lost Aaraaff concert, which has been released in its entirety on disc one of the 1995 Soul's True Love 4-CD boxed set.  (See Lost Aaraaff section of discography.) The DVD contains a documentary about the festival, by the director, Kenji Aoike. The DVD does NOT include any footage of Lost Aaraaff - the only music stuff on it is part of the Zuno Keisatsu set.
    compact disc # 1 contents
    1. Speech (3:11)
    2. Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit, "Namida - La Grima" (6:19)
    3. Speech (1:41)
    4. Shun Ochiai Trio, "Weeping Love Glass - The Fleet Circus" (9:22)
    5. Speech (2:45)
    6. Speech (3:54)
    7. Mototeru Takagi Trio, "Face" (8:24)
    8. Speech (1:34)
    9. DEW, "Futari no blues" (4:08)
    10. DEW, Natsu no owari" (5:05)
    11. Speech (0:42)

    compact disc # 2 contents
    1. Blues Creation, "Genbaku otoshi", "Warui yume" (8:29)
    2. Speech (3:53)
    3. Fujin Kodotai, "Sessesse", "Takeda bushi" (traditional dance) (11:18)
    4. Zuno Keisatsu, "Sekai kakumei senso sengen" (2:41)
    5. Zuno Keisatsu, "Ju o tore" (7:32)
    6. Zuno Keisatsu, "Sect boogie-woogie" (2:08)
    7. Zuno Keisatsu, "Ju o tore (encore)" (5:01)
    8. Lost Aaraaff, "Hell of screams" (9:58)

    digital video disc contents
    1. (06:43)
    2. (08:56)
    3. (08:33)


    Genya box
    box cover

    Genya cd
    cd cover

    Genya dvd
    dvd cover



  32. Electric Pure Land STARS
    subtitled: Underground Volume One
    Dead Flower - JRDF-0001 - release date December 26, 2003
    compact disc - 4 tracks - 55 minutes 15 seconds
    digital video disc - 2 tracks - 26 minutes 54 seconds
    discogs.com
    The line-up for Lost Aaraaff is given as
    Keiji Haino (vocals)
    Takahashi (drums)
    Suda (piano)
    Saito (bass)

    compact disc contents
    1. Lost Aaraaff, "1999 nen no hohoemi" (recorded Jan 26, 1974 at Sugino Kodo, Meguro) (30:36)
    2. Hiroshi, summer '73 (06:10)
    3. Masato Minami, Back Page Studio May '79 (08:12)
    4. Lost Aaraaff, private session July '73 (10:17)

    digital video disc contents
    1. Electric Pure Land 5 document May 1974, Hibiya Yagai Ongakudo-- "Rallizes Special Session" at a May '74 festival. The line-up is listed as Mizutani, Hiroyuki Takahashi, Acid Seven, Keiji Haino, Kenny Inoue, Masato Minami etc, but with background music from Rallizes (i.e. It is unclear whether the visuals and music are entirely unconnected). (21:30)
    2. Rallizes live at the Sunset Glow festival in August '76. (5:24)


    Pure Land Cover
    cover design: DADA




  33. Undecided
    JMSA Presents Wave From Free Music
    PSF Records -- PSFD-153 -- release date: April 25, 2004
    compact disc - 6 tracks - 60:56 minutes
    discogs.com
    This cd is a document of a monthly series of lecture/concerts produced by a Japanese photographer, Yuji Itsumi. The series ran from Sept 2003 to Feb 2004, at Mesar Haus in Tokyo. Each concert was preceded by either a lecture or a dialogue between Itsumi and that month's invited musician.
    Here is a quote from Itsumi's notes about the Haino concert, included in the CD booklet:
    My dialogue with Haino-san began while we were still in the traffic jam on the way to the venue. We talked about these things. Jimmy Guiffre, The Doors, The Beatles' "Eight Day A Week", Hiroshi Kawani, junkies, drugs, anarchy and anarchism, anarchists, Fushitsusha, Buddhism, rock and language, the encounter between man and music, politics and music, Haino stated "I like the music of Iraq", life events and what can be expressed in music, the naming of Fushitsusha and anarchy, "I've been listening to Archie Shepp's version of the standard 'Deja Vu'. It's fantastic. There's no way anyone who has played a lot of free music can play a bad version of a standard", Kazuo Ohno, etc etc. Our conversation in the car lasted two and half hours.
    • Keiji Haino (hurdy-gurdy, etc.) September 20, 2003 at Mesar House, Tokyo (10:39)
    • Kazuo Imai (guitar)
    • Junichiro Okuchi (piano)
    • Michihiro Sato (tsugaru shamisen)
    • Yoshihide Otomo (turn-table)
    • Masayoshi Urabe (alto sax)


    PSF 153 cover
    cover design: unknown



  34. Pol 6 - Festival Neue Musik
    Pol - Music -- no catalog number -- release date: unknown but before May, 2004
    CD-R - 6 tracks - ?? minutes ?? seconds
    This original issue CD-R was a demo only release. It presents performances from the sixth Pol festival - Festival Neue Musik, which ran from September 27 to 29, 2001 at Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, Germany.
    1. Keiji Haino (solo)
    2. Misha Mengelberg (solo)
    3. Ryoji Ikeda (solo)
    4. Phil Niblock (solo)
    5. Theo Blackmann (solo)
    6. Dorothea Schurch/Michael Seigner/Ernst Thoma (trio)


    Pol 6
    cover design: unknown



  35. Alchemy and PSF 20th Anniversary Promotional CD
    Compilation
    PSF/Alchemy - AP-20TH-PRO - release date: November, 2004
    compact disc - 10 tracks - 73 minutes 58 seconds
    discogs.com
    Both Alchemy and PSF celebrated their 20th anniversaries in 2004. To mark the occasion they held a joint campaign, running from July 25th through September 25th. If you sent in stickers from a selected list of Alchemy and PSF CDs (20 PSF titles 20 Alchemy titles, and 2 new compilations on Teichiku), you could get a variety of unreleased items. Two stickers got you a compilation cd with unreleased tracks by Kan Mikami, Keiji Haino, Hijokaidan, Oshiripenpenzu, etc. Three stickers got you the CD and a live DVD(R) containing tracks by Haino, Kazuki Tomokawa, Jojo Hiroshige, Masonna, Ultra Bide, etc. The last date for sending in stickers was 10 October, and the goods were dispatched during November.
    1. untitled - Jojo Hiroshige, Yasushi Ozawa & Toshi Ishizuka (03:37)
    2. Sleep Valley - Go Hirano (02:15)
    3. Kenshi no ichigeki (avant-garde version) - Kazuki Tomokawa (05:13)
    4. guitar solo 2003 - Kazuo Imai (10:12)
    5. untitled - Haino (gtr), Kan Mikami (piano), and Toshi Ishizuka (drums) (08:51)
    6. Ya! Ya! Ya! - Oshiri-Penpens (02:41)
    7. Snow in March - Jojo Hiroshige (07:46)
    8. Live at CCA - Space Machine (10:14)
    9. untitled - Hijokaidan with Solmania (10:14)
    10. Konna hazu ja nai (It shouldn't be this way) - Keiji Haino (gtr,vo) (12:55)


    PSF 20 cd
    cover design: unknown



  36. Tokyo Flashback Volume 5
    Compilation
    PSF - PSFD-159 - released February 22, 2005
    compact disc - 10 tracks - 74 minutes 48 seconds
    discogs.com
    This compilation features Haino on one track as DJ.
    1. Aural Fit / Behind 20, Beyond 20K
    2. White Heaven / Mandrax Town (Live Version)
    3. Kyoaku no Intention / Kyoaku blues II
    4. Kabemimi / Midori no hitomi
    5. Suisho no fune / Kuroi kage
    6. Keiji Haino / Chushin yori wazuka 2cm no tokoro ni uchimachigawareta "." (11:30)
    7. Hisato Higuchi / cluster of lights
    8. Tsurunoko / Mitai
    9. Overhang Party / Prayer of a fool
    10. Marble Sheep / FLA FLA HEAVEN


    PSF 159
    cover design: unknown



  37. PSF & Alchemy 20th Anniversary Concert
    PSF Records - PSFD-160 - release date April 25, 2005
    1 compact disc - 8 tracks - 67 minutes 22 seconds
    discogs.com
    This compilation features selections from the joint PSF & Alchemy 20th Anniversary Concert, which was held on two dates: on September 8, 2004 at Hatsudai Doors and on September 29, 2004 at the Super Deluxe, in Tokyo.

      Sep. 8, 2004
    1. Kan Mikami & Jojo Hiroshige (10:25)
    2. Exias-J (11:11)
    3. Kazuo Imai & Incapacitants (08:04)
    4. Marble Sheep (03:48)

    5. Sep. 29, 2004
    6. Keiji Haino & Munehiro Narita(14:50)
    7. L & Friends (05:47)
    8. Junko & Masayoshi Urabe (03:07)
    9. Takashi Ueno & Go Hirano (10:10)


    psfd160
    cover design: unknown



  38. Uramado 2nd Anniversary
    no label - no catalog number - release date: 2005
    1 compact disc - 4 tracks - 28 minutes 34 seconds
    Uramado is a Tokyo venue. This release commemorates its second anniversary. This release was produced in a limited, numbered edition of 100.

    1. Yoshihide Otomo - "Aoi tako" - 2004.09.05@uramado (05:13)
    2. Tori Kudo "Natsu" - 2004.05.05@uramado (06:01)
    3. Tamio Shiraishi + Tori Kudo - 2005.03.15@theatre poo (03:19)
    4. Keiji Haino - "Fuwa fuwa/Acchi" - 2003.10.11@uramado (14:01)


    uramado
    cover design: heiQuiti HARATA @ EDiX, August, 2005



  39. Not Alone
    Médicins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Benefit cd set
    Durtro/Jnana - Durtro Jnana 1963 - release date February 14, 2006
    5 compact discs - 86 tracks - ?? minutes ?? seconds
    discogs.com
    This compilation features a short piece by Haino.
    It is curated by Mark Logan and David Michael.
    It is edited by David Tibet of Current 93.
    All profits go to Médicins Sans Frontières working with AIDS patients in West Africa.


      Disc One
    1. Fly Away And Then What - irr.app.ext
    2. A Song For You - Damon And Naomi
    3. Brian - John Contreras
    4. Mirror - Forgotten Language Of Light
    5. In Lieu Of - Fursaxa
    6. When You Found Me - Baby Dee
    7. Yesterday I Was A Cow - Howie B
    8. Sea World - Tom Recchion
    9. A Song For The Appeal - Matmos
    10. Sweet Shadow Heart - Blue Eyed Black
    11. An Exploration Of A Spacious Yet Enclosed Domain (excerpt) - Eric Lanzilotta
    12. Freddy And Me - Little Annie
    13. It's Coming - Colin Potter
    14. fleeing panic-stricken shriveled equal temperament- Keiji Haino (electronics, flute) (06:04)
    15. On Another's Sorrow - Allen Ginsberg
    16. A Sight To Behold - Devendra Banhart
    17. With Out Borders - David Surkamp


    18. Disc Two
    19. Mantra - Jarboe
    20. The First Flower People - L
    21. Do You Want To Go Somewhere - Richard Buckner
    22. Indulge Yourself With Our Delicious Monster - Cyclob
    23. You Will Be The Sun - Six Organs Of Admittance
    24. Poor Sally Sits A Weeping - Dolly Collins
    25. Because - William Basinski
    26. Sticks And Stones - Edward Ka-Spel
    27. Il Sogno Di Momi - Larsen
    28. The Same But Different - Vashti Bunyan
    29. Song For My Father - Angels Of Light
    30. Star Malloy - Thighpaulsandra
    31. In The Clouds - Suishou No Fune
    32. Change My World (Alternative Mix) - Pantaleimon
    33. Moment - Aube
    34. Denial - Durt
    35. Sombebody - Michael Yonkers


    36. Disc Three
    37. Someone Always Talks - Bevis Frond
    38. Snowballin' - Sarah Hallman
    39. The Transit Rider - Faun Fables
    40. Unbelievable - Luke Doucet
    41. Right On The Line - Jad Fair
    42. Endless - Unveiled
    43. Hole In My Soul - Antony
    44. Espoir Guerison - Charlemagne Palestine
    45. House Of Constant Song - Alex Neilson And Richard Youngs
    46. Hit The Road - Anamoanon
    47. Back Home Again - James William Hindle
    48. The Beat Goes On - Isobel Campbell
    49. Prah Pip Ta - The Bricoleur
    50. Long Dark Shadow - Sorrow
    51. I Need Direction (Alternate Version) - Teenage Fanclub
    52. Therapy - Mary 5E
    53. Crazy Horses - Sundial


    54. Disc Four
    55. Helioqabalus - Jeremy Reed
    56. Huntsville Affair - NQ Arbuckle
    57. No Thing - Shannon Lyon
    58. The Work Of Washing - The Hafler Trio
    59. Judgment Day - Marissa Nadler
    60. Flowers For Yulia - Max Richter
    61. It's The Small Things Now - Bill Fay
    62. Song For Doctors Without Borders - Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    63. Waiting For The Sky To Fall - Lynn Jackson
    64. Ubu Noir - Nurse With Wound
    65. The Glacial Lake - Clodagh Simonds
    66. Come My Love - Shirley Collins
    67. Pirates - 7 Year Rabbit Cycle
    68. Stoney Mansion - John Terrill
    69. Our Lady Of The Barren Tree - Brett Smiley
    70. Parallelograms - Linda Perhacs
    71. Sunset - Current 93
    72. Our Lady - Pearls Before Swine
    73. Sex Addiction - Thurston Moore


    74. Disc Five
    75. Our Love My Love - Marc Almond
    76. Crow Flies - Simon Finn
    77. The Gate Of Polished Horn - Stephanie Volkmar
    78. City Of Dreams - Small Creatures
    79. Thee Seeding Ship - Thee Majesty
    80. Noru - Jim O'Rourke
    81. Shadow Makes A Snow Angel - Scott Stapleton
    82. Everything Was Handed Down - John Maslen
    83. Over The Sea - Jooel
    84. Bump - Ghostigital
    85. The Robin's Tiny Throat - Amy Curl
    86. Wild Spaces - srmeixner
    87. Arts Lab - Mount Vernon
    88. Broccoli - Coil
    89. Aaron's Rod (Spared) - Shock Headed Peters
    90. Daggma - Ghost


    DWOB
    cover design: Rick Klaver



  40. Underground Tracks 70's
    Dead Flower - JRDF0014/5 - projected release date: March 25, 2006
    2 compact discs - 14 tracks - 118 minutes 49 seconds
    discogs.com
    Track five on disk one is the Lost Aaraaff track, "Private Session 1", recorded in January 1972 at Blue Cheer, Meguro, Tokyo. For what it's worth, this track sounds nothing like any and all previously released tracks by Lost Aaraaff. This has no piano, no sax, no vocals but is strictly drums and perhaps a little bit of feedback.


      Disc One
    1. (05:46)
    2. (04:51)
    3. (10:03)
    4. (11:23)
    5. Contradition World - Lost Aaraaff (11:41)
    6. (09:54)
    7. (11:26)

      Disc Two
    8. (11:12)
    9. (05:13)
    10. (06:45)
    11. (06:18)
    12. (15:39)
    13. (03:19)
    14. (05:19)


    Underground Tracks
    cover design: Taisuke Morishita



  41. Substantials # 3
    Center for Contemporary Art, KITAKYUSHU - CCA - release date: November, 2007
    book - 108 pages - isbn 978-4-901387-72-9
    compact disc - 5 tracks - 53 minutes 10 seconds
    discogs.com

    1. Keiji Haino
      The wish that nothing can be done, but then,
      which gushes out of the subconscious of
      transformation (16:00)
    2. Dickson Dee
      Walkon on the Street (10:27)
    3. William Bennett
      Kitakyushu Live Set (06:49)
    4. Russell Haswell
      Meteorological Disturbance (09:52)
    5. Toshiji Mikawa
      Ikkism condensed (10:02)


    substantials
    cover design: Masahide Yoshida



  42. U.F.O.Club Tokyo Japan Vol.4
    Underground Freak Out Club since 1996

    discogs.com
    Captain Trip - CTCD-623 (UFO-004) - release date: May 20, 2008
    compact disc - 11 tracks - 56 minutes 49 seconds

    1. Chuuchonaku Imiwo Tokihanate - SANHEDRIN (KEIJI HAINO,MITSURU NASUNO,TATSUYA YOSHIDA) (04:24)
    2. Dream On You - VAMPIRE! (03:31)
    3. Anzensochi - PINK GROUP (05:14)
    4. Fo Of U - INCAPACITANTS (05:04)
    5. Social Confidence Enhancement - KYOZINYUENIDEKAI (03:03)
    6. Uwa No Sora - TOTSUZEN DANBALL (04:47)
    7. Date (?) - AI ASO (04:53)
    8. Odysseia - CORE OF BELLS (07:25)
    9. Hanaga Saite - ECD+ILLICIT TSUBOI+KEIJI HAINO (06:06)
    10. Yume Wa Yoru Hiraku - KAN MIKAMI (05:04)
    11. Jealous Guy - JEAN & DESOLATION ANGELS (07:42)


    ufo004
    cover design: Shintaro Sakamoto



  43. Ah, Oiro Naoshi
    Imperial Records - TECN-35885 - release date: April, 2003
    2 x compact disc - 34 tracks - ?? minutes ?? seconds
    Track ten on disk one is the Haino track. It is credited to Haino solo, but the track title is the same as track 6 on the first Aihiyo album.


      Disc One
    1. Michiro Endo
    2. Hyakkei no gyoretsu
    3. Chu-Doku
    4. Rogue
    5. Haruo Chikada & Haruofon
    6. Jun Togawa
    7. Morio Agata
    8. Death March Kantai
    9. Akiko Yano
    10. Keiji Haino (Hone made aishite)
    11. Shizuru Ohtaka
    12. Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys
    13. Hako Yamazaki
    14. Jun Togawa
    15. Keith
    16. Jun Togawa
    17. Death March Kantai

      Disc Two
    18. Kai Band
    19. Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys
    20. Yoko Murakoshi
    21. Death March Kantai
    22. RC Succession
    23. Shizuru Ohtaka
    24. Naoto Takenaka
    25. Dock-Rock-Bie
    26. Yoko Hayami
    27. Down Town Boogie Band
    28. Mimori Yusa
    29. Karen Kirijima
    30. Shizuru Ohtaka
    31. Kan Mikami
    32. Kaientai
    33. Jun Togawa
    34. Death March Kantai


    Underground Tracks
    cover design: unknown



  44. Groovin' Showa! Vol.7 - Romanticist
    Tokuma Japan - TKCA-73577 - release date: November 10, 2010
    compact disc - 17 tracks - 71 minutes 30 seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: It appears that the Aihiyo track is track 8 from the first Aihiyo album.

    1. The Stalin - Romanticist (Naked Mix)
    2. Aburadako - S 60
    3. S.O.B. - Ego Fix
    4. Coa - Much
    5. Friction - Crazy Dream
    6. Totsuzen Danboll - Dorinko
    7. P-Model- Ressha
    8. Boredoms - Thalidomide Car
    9. Seiichi Yamamoto & Phew - Masao no yume
    10. Hikashu - Fushigi o mitsumete
    11. Here Is Eden - Mementomori
    12. Jackshine - Kill Them All
    13. Omokage Lucky Hole - Sukina otoko no namae ude ni konpasu no hari de kaita
    14. MiLK - Watashi dake suki na no watashi dake son ja nai
    15. Hanadensha - Woo Rock
    16. Aihiyo - Sekai wa futari no tame ni (08:20)
    17. Takeo Moriyama - Mana


    tkca73577
    cover design: unknown



  45. The Devil in Love: A Soundtrack to the 1772 Occult Novel
    Malört Förlag - MF01 - release date: 2011
    compact disc x2 - 22 tracks - ?? minutes ?? seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: While the title of the Haino track is similar to two tracks on the 2010 Seijaku releases, the track on this compilation is previously unreleased.


      Disc One
    1. THE SCARRING PARTY: Biondetta
    2. TIGER LILLIES: I'm in Love With the Devil
    3. THE COFFINSHAKERS: A Devil in Love
    4. PAUL ROLAND: I Dared the Devil
    5. JARBOE: Mistress of Deceit
    6. SHARRON KRAUS: If the Devil
    7. PIERS BLEWETT: Beyond Everything, That Terrible Ache
    8. RIKKE LUNDGREEN & ANE LAN: The Waking
    9. STONE BREATH: Love in the Devil's Tongue
    10. BRACE/CHOIR: Biond
    11. DIFFERNET: Hideous Creature

      Disc Two
    12. GAVIN FRIDAY: The Devil in Love
    13. SHINKIRO: Biondetta Reveals Herself
    14. JOHN ZORN: Yeqon
    15. SHINJUKU THIEF: Che Vuoi?
    16. MOLLY NILSSON: Le Diable amoureux
    17. ART ZOYD: J'étais à vingt-cinq ans capitaine
      ART ZOYD: aux gardes du roi de Naples
    18. KALKI LODGE: The Evocation of Biondetta
    19. KEIJI HAINO: Mabushukunai (07:25)
    20. DÖDENS LAMMUNGAR: Du måste veta (mitt namn)
    21. SHAPESHIFTER: Adore You
    22. MARTIN BLADH: Of Flies…


    tkca73577
    design: T. Ketola tentacula.org



  46. Sonic Protest 2012
    Sonic Protest - no catalog number - release date: 2012
    compact disc x2 - 26 tracks - 103 minutes 46 seconds
    discogs.com


      Disc One
    1. Roro Perrot - S/T
    2. Flipper - Ha Ha Ha
    3. Tapetronic - Musique D'Ordinateur Sans Ordinateur
    4. Plus Instruments - Ufo
    5. Puech & Gourdon & Bremaud - Tant Pire De Chabrier
    6. Roro Perrot - S/T
    7. Tony Conrad & Keiji Haino - Live In Chicago (03:51)
    8. Superb Reverb - Some Say You Could, Some Say You Couldn't
    9. Meurtre - Radio Capital
    10. Ghetto Blastard - La Cosa Del Lavabo
    11. Jozef Van Wissem - Arcana Coelestia (Second Coming)
    12. Kim Fowley - Kim Vincent Fowley

      Disc Two
    13. Marie-Pierre Brébant & Xavier Boussiron - Broken Triads
    14. Balinese Beast - Pale Deposit
    15. Les Hauts De Plafond - Le Savoir Immense
    16. Snow Mercy - Faceless Man
    17. Roro Perrot - S/T
    18. Astreinte - Primitive Psychedelia
    19. Rice Corpse - Cunt Examination
    20. Truus de Groot - Wackzotica
    21. This Side Of Jordan - Salo
    22. Tobacconists, The - Grand Entrance
    23. Fall Of Saïgon - She Leaves Me All Alone
    24. Paal Nilssen-Love & Terrie Ex - Harrar
    25. Roro Perrot - S/T
    26. Electric Manchakou - Goodbye Darling


    sp2012
    design: Cizo



  47. New Music for Old Instruments
    incunabulum records - INC013 - release date: November 10, 2010 discogs.com

    compact disc - 13 tracks - ? minutes ? seconds
    notes: Curated by Jozef van Wissem the "New Music For Old Instruments" festival took place all over the world: in Brussels, New York, Paris, Utrecht, Antwerp and other cities.
    The idea was to rid traditional instruments of their clichés.
    When one thinks of a lute for example the Robin Hood image comes to mind of the player standing under a balcony serenading a lady and getting a flower pot thrown at him. In order to update the instrument, to make it mature and give it it's recognition it deserves, one needs to put it in an entire different and contemporary context, so one denounces audience expectations for example. like not playing the instrument in a classical manner or not playing the instrument for over a minute in concert, making the audience the performer, albeit uneasy and claustrophobic. what else can be done? early instruments can be processed on laptop in many different ways, field recordings can be added, lute tablature can be performed backwards, baroque themes can be repeated without end, the freeing up of these constraints seem endless. the idea is to drag the instrument out of the museum, out of the safe hands of a small group of specialists and give it back to the people. the lute off course is only an example. there are other instruments like this which suffer from cliche. pedal steel, harpsichord, steel guitar you name it. "new music for old instruments" intends to liberate these instruments by updating them in non-conventional ways.

    1. Heresy Of The Free Spirit with Keiji Haino - Prayer Of Quiet
    2. Jon Mueller/Robbie Lee/Jozef van Wissem - This Is How We Sing
    3. Paul Metzger - 188
    4. Gregg Kowalsky - Mouth Harp And Pulse Wave For Anton Bruhin
    5. Susan Alcorn - Sapphire
    6. Cameron Deas - For Prepared Classical Guitar
    7. C Spencer Yeh - Three Minutes With Keffer's Busted Viola
    8. Cian Nugent - Ancient Gun
    9. Sharron Kraus - Steam-powered Flight
    10. Stephan Matthieu - A Bicycle For Max Matthews
    11. R. Keenan Lawler - Take One Transformation And I'll Call You Tomorrow
    12. Urpf Lanze - The Hypnotic Defense
    13. Heresy Of The Free Spirit with Keiji Haino - Prayer Of Quiet (reprise)


    inc013
    cover design: unknown



  48. Black To Communist
    no label - no catalog number - release date: 2009 two compact discs- 11 tracks - ? minutes ? seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: The Lost Aaraaff track is identical to the track on Genya Concert/Concert at Illusion Field compilation. Presumably this is the same track.
    This is an unofficial bootleg from the UK.

      disc one
    1. Yellow (3) - Brother (06:20)
    2. Acid Seven - Untitled (03:59)
    3. Blues Creation - untranslated (8:31)
    4. Takayanagi New Direction* - Mass Projection (10:20)
    5. Karuna Khyal - Untitled (24:37)
    6. Lost Aaraaff– Hell of Screams (Drums - Hiroyuki Takahashi Piano - Akira Asami Vocals - Keiji Haino) (9:58)
      disc two
    7. Yellow (3) - Watch Out! (15:41)
    8. Murahachibu - Untitled (08:27)
    9. Brast Burn - Debon - Part 1 (23:45)
    10. Maru Sankaku Shikaku* - Untitled (14:21)
    11. Zuno Keisatsu - untitled (3:58)


    blacktocommunist
    cover design: unknown



  49. 14 Tracks Of Elemental Improvisations
    Boomkat - bundle_148 - release date: January 18, 2011
    mp3 - 14 tracks - ? minutes ? seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: The Pan Sonic & Keiji Haino track has the same title as a track from their 2010 release "Synergy Between Mercy And Self-Annihilation Overturned". Presumably this is the same track.

    1. Aethenor* - Dream Tassels
    2. Felix Kubin & Ensemble Integrales* - Nachtschicht Fur Russolo
    3. Jozef Van Wissem - Ex Nex
    4. Hype Williams (2) - Han Dynasty Pt. 3
    5. Geoff Mullen - Untitled 4
    6. Alberorovesciato* - Destroyed Statue In Thousand Pieces
    7. Pan Sonic & Keiji Haino - In The Hollow Created Between The Eyebrows, What Offering Would Be Most Appropriate
    8. Jazkamer And Smegma - Carniviorous Bog
    9. Skull Defekts, The - Urban Ritual
    10. Aun (2) - Drainbow
    11. Grails - Master Builder (Gong 1974)
    12. Skullflower - Creaky Rigging
    13. Bastian Wegner - Face Down
    14. Wicked Messenger - Movement I


    boomkat_148
    cover design: unknown



  50. Rough Trade Shops Electronic 11
    Rough Trade - RTE11X - release date: January, 2012
    compact disc - 22 tracks - ? minutes ? seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: The Pan Sonic & Keiji Haino track has the same title and duration as a track from their 2010 release "Synergy Between Mercy And Self-Annihilation Overturned". Presumably this is the same track.

    1. Rene Hell - Oxford Meter End (1:56)
    2. Nicolas Jaar - Space Is Only Noise If You Can See (5:44)
    3. Flying Lotus (Featuring - Thom Yorke)– ...And The World Laughs With You (2:57)
    4. Shackleton / King Midas Sound - Deadman, Death Dub Remix (4:57)
    5. Ayshay - Warn-U (2:50)
    6. John Maus - Head For The Country (3:19)
    7. Ford & Lopatin - Emergency Room (3:35)
    8. Rustie - Hyperthrust (2:24)
    9. Hercules & Love Affair - My House (4:52)
    10. Azari & III - Manhooker (4:48)
    11. Modeselektor (Featuring - Otto Von Schirach)– Evil Twin (4:02)
    12. Death Grips - Guillotine (3:43)
    13. Sensational meets Koyxen* - +Weekend2 (Remix Xork) (3:20)
    14. Alva Noto - Uni Deform (3:36)
    15. Anne-James Chaton - Pop Is Dead (0:15)
    16. Marcus Schmickler - Discordance Axis (2:01)
    17. Ekoplekz - Critical Condition (3:37)
    18. Pansonic* with Keiji Haino - If I Could Incarnate This Feeling Would You Consider It A Creation (1:18)
    19. Prurient - A Meal Can Be Made (2:19)
    20. Solar Bears - Twin Stars (4:11)
    21. Mark McGuire (2) - Alma (Reprise) / Chances Are (3:44)
    22. Ben Frost - Ó God Protect Me (2:52)


    roughtrade_se11
    cover design: unknown



  51. Ideologic Organ Sampler 2014
    Ideologic Organ - No catalog number - release date: April, 2014
    mp3 - 37 tracks - 3 hours 57 minutes 34 seconds
    notes: In February the BBC asked Steven O'Malley for some tracks from his EDITIONS MEGO imprint IDEOLOGIC ORGAN to play on the air. He has now extended this sampler mix to include tracks from all of the artists that have been released, a total of 37 tracks (contained in 22 mp3 files) by the 14 artists, including Nazoranai. The sampler can be downloaded from http://goo.gl/ugC3XF.

    1. Nazoranai - not to leave everything to the light outside of you but to be aware of the prayer 'what do i want to do?' that exists inside of you, and let that go out of you as a light, or things might get worse, no? (16:36)
    2. Ai Aso - SOMA016 side A part I+II (21:34)
    3. Ákos Rózmann - SOMA017A_3_Most children do (03:52)
    4. Ákos Rózmann - SOMA017A_4_Date (03:01)
    5. Ákos Rózmann - SOMA017B_5_Colchicum (03:54)
    6. Eyvind Kang - SOMA004 B1_THICK TARRAGON (16:34)
    7. Gravetemple - SOMA015 Side B (17:03)
    8. Iancu Dumitrescu - SOMA003_B - HAZARD and TECTONIC (15:57)
    9. Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang - SOMA011 A3 Kidung (11:42)
    10. Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang - SOMA011 B4 Ordered Pairs (04:42)
    11. Mats Lindström - SOMA006 A2 IBM 2.52 (02:51)
    12. Mats Lindström - SOMA006 B1 IBM 3.24 (03:24)
    13. Norbert Möslang - SOMA008 A1 indoor_outdoor (19:25)
    14. Okkyung Lee - SOMA012 A3 Vertigo (04:02)
    15. Okkyung Lee - SOMA012 B3 Rear Window 2 (03:30)
    16. Phurpa - SOMA001 Phurpa -03 (03:43)
    17. Phurpa - SOMA001 Phurpa -04 (32:36)
    18. Sir Richard Bishop - SOMA010_a4_Inner Redoubt (14:56)
    19. Sir Richard Bishop - SOMA010_b3_Molasses (03:05)
    20. SUNN O))) - SOMA020 B02_INVISIBLE SLEEPER (20:26)
    21. Wold - SOMA014 A4 Annex Axe (02:33)
    22. Wold - SOMA014 B6 Working Tools for Praxis (12:08)


    io_sampler_2014
    cover photo: Estelle Hanania's tumblr



  52. Ongaku 90
    Hiruko Records - HLP104 - release date: 2012
    vinyl - 10 tracks - ?? minutes ?? seconds
    discogs.com
    notes: It appears that the Fushitsusha track is track 5 from Allegorical Misunderstanding.

    1. 1a - Jun Miyake - Third Eye
    2. 2a - Phew - Being
    3. 3a - Ryuichi Sakamoto - Futique
    4. 4a - The Gerogerigegege - B-Men No Saisho No-Kyoku
    5. 5a - Ghost (2) - Moungod Te Deum
    6. 6a - Idiot O'Clock - Shinzu
    7. 1b - Fushitsusha - Magic V (05:34)
    8. 2b - E-Trance - Forbidden Place
    9. 3b - Takako Minekawa - Cloud Ships
    10. 4b - Demi Semi Quaver - A*merika


    hlp_104
    cover design: unknown



  53. Tokyo Flashback P.S.F. - Psychedelic Speed Freaks
    Various Artists
    Super Fuji Discs - FJSP 270/271 - released May 24, 2017
    compact disc x2 - 22 tracks - 154 minutes 25 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    note: This compilation is a memorial to PSF founder Hideo Ikeezumi.
    • 1-1 White Heaven - Out (05:47)
    • 1-2 Kazuo Imai - Delay 160715 (07:39)
    • 1-3 Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO - Pink Lady Lemonade (07:40)
    • 1-4 Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Ikeezumi-san (10:52)
    • 1-5 Kim Doo Soo - Wild Flower (04:23)
    • 1-6 .es - Akatsuki No Uta (07:53)
    • 1-7 À Qui Avec Gabriel - has come (07:36)
    • 1-8 Shizuka - Lunatic Pearl (06:03)
    • 1-9 Urabe Masayoshi - Alto Saxophone Solo (07:04)
    • 1-10 Keiji Haino - Do Not Go Away (Tozakariwashinai) (07:25)
    • 1-11 Overhang Party - Now Appearing! Naked Existence (07:15)
    • 2-1 Keiko Higuchi - Nothing Is Real 002 (08:23)
    • 2-2 Ché-SHIZU - Emperor, Notify (07:47)
    • 2-3 High Rise - Outside Gentiles (05:20)
    • 2-4 Reizen - Untitled (08:54)
    • 2-5 Ghost - Blue Link (05:49)
    • 2-6 Hasegawa-Shizuo - Low Blues (07:45)
    • 2-7 Fushitsusha - You (Omae) (06:53)
    • 2-8 Kawashima Makoto - Madokarano Kagayaki(04:21)
    • 2-9 Go Hirano - For Rains (05:29)
    • 2-10 Niseaporia- Sor no Ao ni Somazu Utau (10:38)
    • 2-11 Hideaki Kondo - Back: Sonata #1 in G Minor for Solo Violin BWV1001 1. Adagio (03:56)


    fjsp_270271.jpg
    design: uncredited



  54. Music of the Polygonola
    (a polygonal flat musical instrument)
    A unique tone, timbre and scale

    Various Artists
    Applied Vibro-Acoustics, Inc. - NSAVA-0001 - released spring, 2017
    compact disc - 12 tracks - 61 minutes 32 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    This cd comes with a 50-page booklet in English and Japanese describing the instrument.
    note: For more information on this compilation, visit http://www.oto-circle.jp/
    1. Fading pleasure of creativity (10:42)
            Keiji Haino: Polygonala (disk)
            Kazuyuki Shiotaka: Biwa (Japanese lute)
            Rayzan Tanaka: Shakuhachi (Bamboo flute)

    2. First Flight
    3. I. first flight (04:19)
    4. II. swaying moon (06:05)
    5. III. cloud (07:17)
    6. IV. dew drops fall (04:36)
            Tonika Ichinose: composition
            Yoshiko Kanda: Polygonala (disk)
            Tamao Inano: Polygonala (disk)

    7. Etude
    8. Etude II (01:07)
    9. Etude III (01:01)
    10. Etude IV (02:01)
    11. Etude V (01:33)
            Makiko Sakurai: composition & triangle Polygonala

    12. Remarks of Morgana
    13. Inspexitque diu (03:16)
    14. With my sister (02:01)
            Makiko Sakurai: composition & triangle Polygonala

    15. Certainty of there-was-that though invalid (18:05)
            Keiji Haino: Polygonala (disk)


    polygonal_front_300x300.jpg
    design: Kenshi Yoshida

    polygonal_back_351x300.jpg
    design: Kenshi Yoshida



  55. Tokyo Flashback Volume One (vinyl reissue)
    Black Editions - BE001/012 - reissued October 20, 2017
    lpx2 - 8 tracks - 67 minutes 35 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    1. Marble Sheep at the run-down sun's Children - 22 February, 1991
    2. High-Rise - mainliner
    3. Ghost - "tama yura"
    4. White Heaven - Blind Promise (Alternate Take)
    5. Fushitusha - Here, You (10:18)
    6. Verzerk - Crime and Laughter
    7. Kousokuya - End of Dawn
    8. Keiji Haino - Right Now (08:38)


    Tokyo Flashback Reissue
    photo: uncredited