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Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. David Sylvian fronted new wave synth-pop outfit Japan’s fourth studio album Gentlemen Take Polaroids was originally released on Virgin in , and was their first album with the perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.xyzinfo half-speed mastered reissue is available as a single LP as per the original, or a 2LP edition cut at 45 RPM. Defining avant-synth-pop in hi-def.9/10(9).
  2. Jul 22,  · Japan's fourth studio album is now a fully realised affair. Closer to "Quiet Life" (both albums released in ), "Gentlemen Take Polaroids" is their debut for Virgin - released rather quickly after the group's acrimonious parting with Hansa who in return prevented the group from touring with any of their earlier album material on that label/5().
  3. May 20,  · Gentlemen Take Polaroids, an Album by Japan. Released 7 November on Virgin (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop, New Wave/5(61).
  4. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is quite easily one of the best albums ever recorded, and seamlessly blends experimental ideas with ambient tracks and oriental themes to result in a remarkable all round album, which is one of those disks I never get tiered of listening to.
  5. Gentlemen Take Polaroids, an Album by Japan. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. VIP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop, New Wave/5(1).
  6. They are being issued as remastered single LPs on gram vinyl and as special 2LP sets, also on gram vinyl, which play at 45rpm for enhanced fidelity. An Obi strip and Abbey Road certificate are also included. Japan’s fourth and penultimate album, Gentlemen Take Polaroids was released in
  7. Japan’s fourth and penultimate album, Gentlemen Take Polaroids was released in It was the group’s first album for Virgin Records, after leaving the Hansa-Ariola label, and the last to feature guitarist Rob Dean.
  8. JAPAN Gentlemen Take Polaroids ( German 8-track LP, picture sleeve with misprint on the back of the sleeve - A3 incorrectly shown as 'Some Kind Of Fool', but the label states & the disc plays 'Burning Bridges'. The sleeve shows some ligh tedgewear and the vinyl appears near as new).

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