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Japan - The Very Best Of: Remastered CD £2.99 + Free Delivery @ HMV

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Ghosts (Single Version) I Second That Emotion (Single Mix) Quiet Life (7" Version) Gentlemen Take Polaroids The Art Of Parties (Single Version) Visions of China Taking Islands In Africa (Steve N… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Ghosts (Single Version)
I Second That Emotion (Single Mix)
Quiet Life (7" Version)
Gentlemen Take Polaroids
The Art Of Parties (Single Version)
Visions of China
Taking Islands In Africa (Steve Nye Remix)
European Son (Single Mix)
Cantonese Boy
Life In Tokyo - Part One (Special Remix)
Nightporter
Methods Of Dance
All Tomorrow's Parties (7" Version)
Canton (Live)
Ghosts
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#1
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?
#2
Worth the price for "Ghosts" alone, seminal tune.

:santa:
#3
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


very much worth it

once youve got it, the next step is to buy "Tin drum" one of the best albums of the 80's
#4
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?

Yes!
#5
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


Yes indeed.

Hot for me.
#6
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


Yes! brilliant band! :thumbsup:

Then buy Tin Drum.
#7
good spot - thanks :thumbsup:
[mod]#8
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


Can I add a resounding "YES" also. Excellent and incredibly talented 80s band. David Sylvian was/is a fantastic talent
#9
great!
#10
fairenoughclough
Worth the price for "Ghosts" alone, seminal tune.

:santa:


I prefer a Quiet Life..... :thumbsup:
#11
For me Oil on Canvas would be my first choice.

It's live, so not for everyone, perhaps, but having said that, I also have Tin Drum.

But for a smidge under three squids The Very Best Of is a good introduction to their music, for anyone who hasn't heard them before..
#12
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


Absolutely tremendous stuff! I wouldn't care if I never heard any Ultravox ever again but Depeche Mode & Talk Talk have superb back catalogues. This album would be a very worthwhile addition, up to 1983, Japan was for my money the best of them.
#13
Revolter
I'm into my Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Talk Talk and a few others, but I don't know much about Japan, is this worth the purchase?


As others have said YES!. Brilliant band.
#14
Very unique band .. Sylvians vocals are at times haunting, Fripp on Bass was quite amazing his talent was endless. This is a great spot by the OP... thanks !! I would recommend this cd for any 80s fan or anyone who seriously loves great vocals bass and synthesiser
#15
A bargain indeed. I bought this at full price about a year ago. Like some others, I think 'Ghosts' in an awesome, haunting tune. H&R.
#16
jellybaby1969
Fripp on Bass was quite amazing his talent was endless.


Actually, Mick Karn was the bassist in Japan ;-)

Oil On Canvas and Quiet Life (especially Alien & The Other Side Of Life) formed the soundtrack of my mid-teens.

I would also recommend Everything And Nothing by David Sylvian. Where you might find Robert Fripp . :p
It's showing as £4.99 on the HMV website....
#17
Looks like £4.99 to me. I'm confused.
#18
EXPIRED..now 4.99

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