|4||4 Gen Ga Nai||5:07|
|8||Tsuchi No Ue||6:01|
|2||1||Kyoku Wa Mirai||8:25|
|3||Toki No Uta||4:59|
|5||New New Penopion||3:26|
|5||Yoru Wa Nagame||5:13|
|9||Johan No Gohan||3:20|
|3||Tsuki No Oto||7:29|
|4||Riku No Hate, Mizu No Shiro||7:03|
|5||1||Budo no arika||3:43|
|5||Kick out the ass!||3:01|
|8||Ten to ten||7:03|
Now finally, the great "Music Exists"-series by Tokyo-based duo the Tenniscoats is completed. Apart from the regular 4 volumes, there is a heavy cardboard box, beautifully screenprinted and hand-numbered by senorburns, in 12 different color-combinations. Inside you'll find an extra-LP of bonus-tracks and alternative versions, "Music Exists disc 5", which only comes exclusively with this box. Like on the other LPs, you’ll hear heartbreaking songs, beautifully arranged with acoustic guitar, melodica, psychedelic keyboards and soundexperiments. Also included is a A3-Poster with a drawing by Ueno not used within the previous album-artworks.
Limited one-time pressing of only 500 copies worldwide. There is a small amount of full boxes with all 5 LPs and Poster available, for those, who don‘t have any of the albums so far.
Tenniscoats have devoted followers allover the world, but their releases were always hard to find outside of Japan. Except for their album "Tokinouta", which saw a very limited run on vinyl, and the seminal "Two Sunsets", their collaboration with the Pastels (and a small handfull of 7"s), there were never any vinyl-releases, and also the CDs were hard to get for any-one, who doesn't speak or read japanese.
So, this is the chance to dive deep into the beautiful, unique world of the Tenniscoats and their opus magnum "music exists".
"It may even be their greatest ever music, essential plus" Monorail Music, Glasgow
"Whatever's ailing you, Tokyo's Tenniscoats have got something for that" Boomkat, Manchester