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Lo Compilation
Various & Susumu Yokota

LCD59 [CD]

ActionTrack NumberTrack NameDuration
Play 01 The Chap-Auto Where To
Play 02 The Chap _ Volumatic Spacer Device
Play 03 The Chap _ Younger People
Play 04 Susumu Yokota _ Your Shining Darkness
Play 05 Europa 51 _ Voyeurism
Play 06 Toob _ Here Enuff
Play 07 Luke Vibert _ Blasted Wook
Play 08 Toob _ Clawing Its Way Back
Play 09 Cursor Miner _ Errors In My Mind
Play 10 Alexandroid _ My Lovemixdown
Play 11 Alexandroid _ Edinorog
Play 12 Rothko _ Open
Play 13 Motohiro Nakashima _ Siemreap
Play 14 The Chap _ We Are Not Impartial
Play 15 Red Snapper _ Mountain And Valleys (Yokota Mix)
Play 16 King Of Woolworths _ The Loner
Play 17 Susumu Yokota _ Song Of The Sleeping Forest
Play 18 Theodore _ Madam Ortance
Play 19 Europa 51 _ Europa 51
Play 20 Susumu Yokota & Rothko _ Waters Edge
Play 21 Susumu Yokota _ My Energy
Play 22 Susumu Yokota _ 1000 Wing Beats Per Second
Play 23 Susumu Yokota & Rothko _ Clear Space

LO Compliation Mix By Susumu Yokota

Originally only available in Japan via Yokota’s own Skintone label, Lo were so knocked out by this unique take on their back catalogue that they decided to give it a worldwide release.

Mixed in Yokota’s unique free-flowing style and featuring exclusive tracks by Yokota and others this an album sure to find favour with Yokota and Lo fans alike.

The first CD(Black) features mainly vocal tracks, from The Chap’s beguiling ‘Auto Where To’ with it’s space age vocal harmonies to the avant folk sound of Yokota’s own ‘Your Shining Darkness’, taking in the gorgeous cinematic ambience of Europa 51, the torch song vibes of Toob’s ‘Here Enuff’, the electro ballad ‘Errors In My Mind’ by Cursor Miner and Alexandroid’s superb ‘Edinorog’, still finding time along the way for Luke Vibert’s ‘Blasted Wook’ and tracks by King Of Woolworths, Red Snapper, Theodore, Rothko and Motohiro Nakashima.

‘What we have here is two CD’s of loveliness, one relaxed and one more up-tempo…the whole package is enjoyable from start to finish’. 9/10 Future Music