Artist: Yellow Magic Orchestra. Album: Yellow Magic Orchestra. Year: 1978. Genre: Electronic/Synth Pop. Country: Japan. Track list: 1. Computer Game "Theme From The Circus" (0:00) 2. Firecracker (1:48) 3. Simoon (6:39) 4. Cosmic Surfin' (13:06) 5. Computer Game "Theme From The Invader" (17:58) 6. Tong Poo (18:41) 7. La Femme Chinoise (25:00) 8. Bridge Over Troubled Music (30:56) 9. Mad Pierrot (32:13) 10. Acrobat (36:34)
Views: 1694214 Roberto Martinez
Definitely a left field pick for me to upload, but I saw this one wasn't all in one place and thought I should fix that - great synthpop album with excellent tunes throughout and enough quirkiness and atmosphere to keep you hooked. I highly suggest checking out the prior album, self titled, for what might be my favorite record of 1978. FLAC converted to MP3s and pushed into a video. Expect more prog related stuff soon - and electronic stuff later on.
Views: 1697781 Samuel Donato
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Firecracker (Soul Train 1980)
Views: 451288 MixCessation
"Computer Game / Firecracker" as performed by Yellow Magic Orchestra. A little tribute video to one of my favorite old school Synthpop tunes by none other than the great YMO. These guys are one of the pioneering groups behind Electronic music. Sit back, listen and learn a bit about YMO!
Views: 71321 guamshady
YMO's sixth studio album "Naughty Boys" Alfa Records, 1984. Side A 0:02 Kimi Ni Mune Kyun 4:04 Expected Way 8:32 Focus 12:08 Ongaku 15:29 Opened My Eyes Side B 19:02 You've Got To Help Yourself (Promo) 19:32 Lotus Love 23:33 Kai-Koh 27:55 Expecting Rivers 32:28 Wild Ambitions
Views: 299058 Matias Soto
Track 6 on 'Yellow Magic Orchestra' [American Pressing] (1979) Written by Ryuichi Sakamoto Featuring Minako Yoshida on vocals LYRICS: Instrumental -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 22894 YMO Unofficial
"Paraíso" 1978, Produced by Haruomi Hosono, backing vocals by Taeko Onuki, keyboards by Hiroshi Sato, drums by Yukihiro Takahashi, electric guitar by Shigeru Suzuki, Synthesizer by Ryuichi sakamoto 00:00 Tokyo Rush 03:33 Shimendoka 08:15 Japanese Rhumba 11:50 Asatoya Yunta 14:10 Fujiyama Mama 16:57 Femme Fatale 21:54 Shambhala Signal 25:29 Worry Beads 29:57 Paraiso
Views: 79382 Flavi-chan samurai music investigator
Lyrics....... on the mask you're wearing it's hairy and scary doesn't care to shield your fears only old, but just as cold x2 There is nothing in your eyes, to mask the way you cry all is grand,, all is bright focus on me in your mind x2 is it me, is it you behind this mask I ask, is it me, is it you who wears another face is it me, is it you behind this mask I ask. COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 273288 jblucio3177
In 1980, in the wake of international fame, Yellow Magic Orchestra embarked on a world tour and released a mini-album titled 'X∞ Multiplies', which was made up of half new songs and half comedy sketches by Snakeman Show. Meanwhile, two of the group's members, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Yukihiro Takahashi, both somehow found the time to release solo albums that same year. But what if, in 1980, YMO had gotten together to make a proper full-length studio album? That's what I tried to imagine here. Culling tunes from all three of the aforementioned albums, I tried to make as comprehensive an imaginary album I could muster, complete with a few special fade-outs and segues mixed in by me. I hope you guys enjoy it! If you have any ideas for any other imaginary album I could compile, let me know! SIDE 1 0:00 - 1. School of Thought [Sakamoto] 4:14 - 2. Tighten Up (Japanese Gentlemen Stand Up Please!) [Bell] 7:56 - 3. Blue Colour Worker [Hosono] 12:28 - 4. Riot in Lagos [Sakamoto] 18:04 - 5. Citizens of Science [Sakamoto] 22:29 - 6. Bijin-Kyoshi at the Swimming School [Takahashi] SIDE 2 26:40 - 7. Nice Age [Takahashi] 30:24 - 8. Multiplies [YMO/Bernstein] 33:20 - 9. Stop! in the Name of Love [Holland/Dozier/Holland] 36:35 - 10. Thatness and Thereness [Sakamoto] 39:47 - 11. The Core of Eden [Takahashi] 45:59 - 12. The End of Asia [Sakamoto] 47:32 - 13. Here We Go Again (Tighten Up) [Bell] Tracks 1, 3, 6, 9 and 11 originally from 'Murdered by the Music' by Yukihiro Takahashi. Tracks 2, 5, 7, 8, 12 and 13 originally from 'X∞ Multiplies' by Yellow Magic Orchestra. Tracks 4 and 10 originally from 'B-2 Unit' by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Views: 22945 Spiffy Flinger
yellow magic orchestra"Tubes Opening Act" 4th August, 1979. Live at The Greek Theatre in L.A.
Views: 33519 薄識hakusiki
Track 3 on 'Yellow Magic Orchestra' (1978) Written by Haruomi Hosono/Chris Mosdell Featuring Shunichi Hashimoto on vocoded vocals LYRICS: Hot starlight Where a blue moon dreams On the sheik and she Steal a night kiss Baby's a belly dance Mirage romancer in Casablanca Frankincense in the Tressles of her hair They ride the night On his white mare Her perfume drifts On the Arabian air From the heart of the harem He carries her off Down to palm-breeze oasis Behind a sand-dune croons She with her Eastern promise And secrets in the sand Oh, she's only a desert song He carries her off Down to palm-breeze oasis Behind a sand-dune croons She with her Eastern promise And secrets in the sand Oh, she's only a desert song.
Views: 106536 YMO Unofficial
BGM is the fourth studio album by Yellow Magic Orchestra, released on March 21, 1981. The title stands for "Background music". This album was produced by Haruomi Hosono. Track List: 1 - Ballet - 0:00 2 - Music Plans - 4:34 3 - Rap Phenomena - 9:08 4 - Happy End - 13:40 5 - 1000 Knives - 18:13 6 - Cue - 23:36 7 - U•T - 28:09 8 - Camouflage - 32:42 9 - Mass - 37:16 10 - Loom - 41:48
Views: 429830 Keeble Films
0:00 - Computer Game (Theme from 'The Circus') 1:48 - Firecracker 6:39 - Simoon 13:06 - Cosmic Surfin' 17:58 - Computer Game "Theme From The Invader" 18:41 - Tong Poo 24:56 - La Femme Chinoise 30:56 - Bridge Over Troubled Music 32:06 - Mad Pierrot 36:27 - Acrobat This is an original, japanese mix from 1978. The other version that you can currently find on YouTube was remixed for american market by Al Schmitt and released in 1979. It was also missing "Acrobat" in its original form. The difference is quite subtle, but definitely audible.
Views: 49180 Meowchin
Track 5 on 'Solid State Survivor' (1979) Written by Ryuichi Sakamoto/Chris Mosdell LYRICS: Now the mask you're wearing Is stoney and staring Lines and tears Age and fears Growing old Passions cold Is it me Is it you Behind this mask, I ask Is it me Is it you Who wears another face There's nothing in your eyes That marks where you cried All is blank All is blind Dead inside The inner mind Is it me Is it you Behind this mask, I ask Is it me Is it you Who wears another face -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 192835 YMO Unofficial
細野晴臣32歳 坂本龍一28歳 高橋幸宏27歳 橋本一子27歳 大村憲司31歳（1998年他界。享年49）
Views: 38132 444Untouchable
“In case you folks out there in television land are wondering what’s going on…I haven’t the slightest idea.” Ryuchi Sakamoto vs Don Cornelius vs Archie Bell & The Drells this is a video I've had up before, but was taken down due to various legal travails... let's try it again...and be sure stick around for the interview with the Grampire at the end...
Views: 7916 lilmikesf
Yellow Magic Orchestra perform in San Francisco in 2011, 31 years after their last visit. DVD RZBM-46936
Views: 25940 Raymond Larrett
Multiplies is a mini-album by Yellow Magic Orchestra released in 1980. Track Listing: 00:00 - Nice Age 3:48 - Behind The Mask 7:25 - Rydeen 11:51 - Day Tripper 14:35 - Technopolis 18:48 - Multiplies 21:45 - Citizens of Science 26:20 - Solid State Survivor
Views: 306755 Keeble Films
Track 9 on 'Yellow Magic Orchestra' (1978) Written by Haruomi Hosono LYRICS: Now we're welcome to generation out of the impression You make on the operation, Susie Wong and dolls. Oooo... Oooo... Are you a wake-up revolution out of the impression You make on the modulation, Susie Wong and girl. Oooo... Oooo...
Views: 263654 YMO Unofficial
Track 8 on 'Solid State Survivor' (1979) Written by Yukihiro Takahashi/Chris Mosdell Featuring Makoto Ayukawa on electric guitar LYRICS: The strangeness of the strangers Second hand teenagers Face to face they face A chemical race Minds blind Empty eyes Black tongues ablaze No names Breathe in dreams Stand in line, cracked smiles Life to life colliders Solid state survivors And Marilyn Monroe's not home So I sit alone with the video And Tokyo Rose is on the phone Dressed to kill in her skin tight clothes Here's to a humanoid boy Smiling, happy and void Solid state survivor -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 151394 YMO Unofficial
Track 2 on 'Solid State Survivor' (1979) Written by Haruomi Hosono Featuring Sandii on vocals LYRICS: Instrumental
Views: 270124 YMO Unofficial
Yellow Magic Orchestra (often referred to simply as YMO) is a Japanese electronic music band consisting of principal members Haruomi Hosono (bass and keyboards and vocals), Yukihiro Takahashi (drums and lead vocals) and Ryuichi Sakamoto (keyboards and vocals). The band's former "fourth member" was music programmer Hideki Matsutake. They are often considered influential innovators in the field of popular electronic music. They contributed to the development of synthpop, ambient house, electronica, electro, contemporary J-pop, house, techno, and hip hop music. More broadly, their influence is evident across various genres of popular music, including electronic dance, ambient music, chiptune, game music, pop, rock, and melodic music. YMO were pioneers in their use of synthesizers, samplers, sequencers, drum machines, computers, and digital recording technology in popular music, during a time when these technologies were seen as novelties. The band is considered "ahead of their time," for anticipating the global trend towards drum machines and sampling, for having anticipated the "electropop boom" of the 1980s, their "pro-technological viewpoint," their use of video game sounds and bleeps, and for experimenting heavily with computers and electronic instruments. Soul Train is an American musical variety television program, which aired in syndication from 1971 until 2006. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul, and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco, and gospel artists have also appeared. The series was created by Don Cornelius, who also served as its first host and executive producer. Production was suspended following the 2005--06 season, with a rerun package (known as The Best of Soul Train) airing for two years subsequently. As a nod to Soul Train's longevity, the show's opening sequence (during later seasons) contained a claim that it was the "longest-running first-run, nationally syndicated program in television history," with over 1,100 episodes produced from the show's debut through the 2005-06 season. Despite the production hiatus, Soul Train will continue to hold this honor until at least 2016, if and when its nearest competitor, Entertainment Tonight, completes its 35th season. (If ET does not complete a 35th season, Wheel of Fortune would pass in 2018 if it continues to air.)
Views: 109838 DiscoSaturdayNightTV
Tracklist: 00:00 | Camouflage (Mark Gamble Micro-Mix I) 01:39 | Light In Darkness (The 808 State Remix) 06:49 | Behind The Mask (The Orbital Remix) 12:40 | Multiplies (The Altern 8 Syncopated Mix) 16:30 | Loom (Mark Gamble Micromix II) 17:17 | La Femme Chinois (The LFO Remix) 22:05 | Tighten Up (The Robert Gordon Remix) 28:15 | Firecracker (Zero B Mix) 33:21 | Castalia (Mark Gamble Micromix III) 35:46 | Shadows On The Ground (The Sweet Exorcist Remix) 41:43 | Rydeen (The Graham Massey Remix) 47:03 | Firecracker (Additional Production, Reconstruction, And Mix By The Shamen) 50:40 | Tong Poo (The Orb Remix I) 01:02:28 | Tong Poo (The Orb Remix II) 01:12:09 | Light In The Darkness (...Spark) (808 State Ambient Reprise) (◡‿◡)
Views: 19766 Kuma's campfire
Tracklist: ———— 01 - Rydeen - 00:00 02 - Solid State Survivor - 05:13 03 - Tong Poo - 09:17 04 - The End Of Asia - 16:15 05 - Cosmic Surfin’ - 23:22 06 - Day Tripper - 27:16 07 - Radio Junk - 30:02 08 - La Femme Chinoise - 34:24 09 - Back In Tokio [sic] - 40:45 Disc Issue Info ———— Year: 1987 (reissue) Catalogue Number: 32XA-140 Media: CD Album Dynamic Range value: 14 (Good) Disclaimer: ————— All rights reserved to the original authors/composers/publishers of this album. By posting this here I intend no malice to any of the aforementioned individuals/groups/companies. If you feel that your rights have been breached by posting this video please contact me. I'll take immediate action in removing the content from this channel. The above translation of song names/lyrics may not be accurate, if you want to help translating the songs, please contact me!
Views: 18990 J-Pop Fantasia