V/A feat. Yoko Ono / IMA – Ray Gun Magic Orchestra: The Sound of Japan (CD, US)

1996 Ray Gun Publishing Inc. RG038.CD01
V/A feat. Yoko Ono / IMA - Ray Gun Magic Orchestra: The Sound of Japan (CD, US)01. Cornelius – Moon Walk
02. Buffalo Daughter – Brush Your Teeth
03. Yoko Ono/Ima – Talking To The Universe (Cibo Matto Remix)
04. DJ Krush with DJ Shadow – Duality
05. Cibo Matto – Sugar Water
06. Towa Tei Sound Museum
07. Pizzicato Five – For Children
08. Gumdrops – Flow
09. Nanaco – Love Is A Drug
10. Pugs – Divine
11. Super Junky Monkey – Parasitic People
12. Melt-Banana – Sick Zip Everywhere
13. Violent Onsen Geisha – Young Cogart Chanpion
14. Boredoms – Cory & The Mandara Suicide Pyramid Action Or Gas Satori
NOTES:
This CD was given away free with Issue 38 of Ray Gun Magazine.

Yoko Ono / IMA – Talking To The Universe (Cibo Matto Remix) features Russell Simins and was originally released on Rising Mixes.

Sugar Water by Cibo Matto was released on Super Relax.

SONG CREDITS:
Compiled: Randy Bookasta

03. Talking To The Universe (Cibo Matto remix)
Music/Lyrics: Yoko Ono
© Ono Music (Administered by Sony Songs, Inc.)
Produced: Yoko Ono and Rob Stevens
Performed: Yoko Ono and IMA
Vocals: Yoko Ono
IMA:
Acoustic/Electric Guitars/Keyboards/Bass/Background Vocals: Sean Ono Lennon
Bass/Acoustic and Electric Guitars/Drums: Timo Ellis
Drums/Bass/Percussion: Sam Koppelman
Mixed: Cibo Matto
Featuring:
Additional Vocals: Miho Hatori
Keyboards/Samples: Yuka Honda
Drums: Russell Simins
Drums: Dougie Bowne
“Cibo Matto appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records”
“Russell Simins appears courtesy of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and Matador Records”

05. Cibo Matto – Sugar Water
AKG 414/Audix OM3/Shure SM58/Vocals: Miho Hatori
DJ70/Juno 60: Yuka Honda
Writers: Cibo Matto/Ennio Morricone
Published: Soul Urchin Songs BMI/CAM Cine TV Music, Inc. ASCAP
Produced: Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake with Cibo Matto
Engineered: Tchad Blake
Assisted: John Paterno Recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, L.A.
Contains the following samples: ‘Hung Up’, performed by Paul Weller, used courtesy of Go! Discs Ltd.; ‘Sospesi Nel Ciero’, performed by Ennio Morricone, used courtesy of CAM/SRL Recordings
Also appears on the Warner Bros. album Viva! La Woman (4/2-45989)
Mastered by Denny Purcell at Georgetown Masters, Nashville, TN Digitally Edited by Carlos Grier

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