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Tokyo Anal Dynamite

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Either 40 minutes of absolutely unlistenable noise, or the greatest rock & roll record recorded -- or both. Tokyo Anal Dynamite is a live recording consisting of a frontman announcing a song (Japanese or Western rock classics), giving a count ("onetwothreefour!"), and then proceeding to explode into pure chaos -- the sound of 20 high-on-speed thrashcore bands falling down a flight of stairs, while being electrocuted along the way, only to land in barbed wire. It lasts a minute and after a slight pause, it starts again. And it repeats over 70 times. Checking the track listing won't help matters, for something like a Doors song comes out as "Raightomyfiyaaaonetwothreefour!," with the aforementioned minute of audio hell following. Juntaro Yamanouchi's noise experiment is rock music ad reductum, and probably his purest effort -- as well as his most stunning. Few things can match it.

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