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Piper
Gentle Breeze

Piper were an early 1980s-era Japanese pop band who scored a hit with second album Summer Breeze in 1983. The remarkably similarly titled Gentle Breeze was its followed up released just a few months later and continued their ability to make a summery synthy funk sound that could allow you to think that you were at an L.A pool party. Brilliantly the sleeve art is of a snow covered vehicle. Remastered LP on red vinyl with white splatter. 

Piper
Sunshine Kiz

Assembled in the space of just six months, displaying the creative restlessness of its creators Piper and their ingenious lead singer Keisuke Yamamoto, 1984’s wonderful Sunshine Kiz followed up the genre-defining Gentle Breeze by including more vocal-orientated tracks and live instrumentation. 

Konami Kukeiha Club
Life Force: Original Video Game Soundtrack

The Konami Kukeiha Club presents the original soundtrack to Life Force, the 1986 arcade game spin-off to the hugely successful Gradius game. Over four sides of vinyl, there’s the original NES/Famicom edition of the soundtrack in its 8-bit glory, plus the MSX version of the score that sounded deeper and more complex because of the Konami SCC add-on chip. Includes new artwork from Tbone & Aljax and liner notes courtesy of games journalist Anthony John Agnello. 
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Piper
Summer Breeze

Piper come from Japan. Summer Breeze was their second album and was originally released in 1983. Despite being from Japan and naming bands such as Camel and Wishbone Ash as influences, this sounds very much like the cover may suggest - light, funky pop from the shores of Florida. It was also inspired by Japanese acts such as Masayoshi Takanaka and Tatsuro Yamashita and YMO.

Piper
Piper 3CD Collection

3CD Collection by Piper collects together three albums by the Japanese pop group. Included here are Summer Breeze (1983), Gentle Breeze (1983) and Sunshine Kiz (1984). The band claim to take inspiration from Wishbone Ash and Camel, although you’d have to listen very carefully to pick any of that up. They also take influences from fellow Japanese acts Masayoshi Takanaka and Tatsuro Yamashita and YMO.

Momoko Kikuchi
Adventure

Re-mastered from the original tapes and pressed onto purple vinyl, J-pop pioneer Momoko Kikuchi’s Adventure returns to the LP format for the first time since its release way back in 1986. The sound of an already established artist discovering the full extent of their potential (Kikuchi had only just turned 18 when it was released), Adventure utterly encapsulates the sound of Eighties Japanese pop. 
  • Vinyl LP (STS-078)
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Snatcher (Original Videogame Soundtrack)

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Various
Celeste B-Sides

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Seaside Lovers
Memories in Beach House

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Konami Kukeiha Club
Gradius III

Gradius III was the Konami game series' first foray into 16-bit and it had a suitably futuristic soundtrack, released here for the first time on vinyl. Written by Konami Kukeiha Club, the soundtrack is jarring synths and spacey tinkles and it evokes the feeling of racing through space with your mates on a rainy Thursday afternoon. 
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Gradius II

Strap-in and get ready for take off! Remastered and released on vinyl for the first time is the soundtrack to Gradius II the Konami shoot-em-up game. Konami Kukeiha Club created a raucous riff of electro-rock for the game that sounds like you're in an arcade game and is cool as hell. The A-side is the original game score, with the score to the MSX computer version of the game on the B-side.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Gradius

The soundtrack to 80’s scrolling space-shooter classic Gradius, presented in both NES original and 1989 MSX versions. Listening to these hyperactive 8-bit synth melodies on vinyl, you can of course hear the whole thing clearly, without the endless bleeps of your lasers. Actually a remarkably strong listening experience. From Ship To Shore PhonoCo.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
The Adventures of Bayou Billy

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Hirokazu Tanaka & Keiichi Suzuki
MOTHER 2 (Original Soundtrack)

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Ism
A Diet For The Worms

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Konami Kukeiha Club
Lagrange Point

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MX-80 Sound
Crowd Control

MX-80’s sound has always been a rare thing, combining the sharp edges and harsh energy of post-punk and noise-rock with lessons learned from modern classical composition and free jazz. Plus plenty of absurdist lyrics! MX-80 need more recognition for their excellent avant activities, and this re-release of Crowd Control (the album’s first ever reissue) could help! Out on Ship to Shore PhonoCo.
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MX-80 Sound
Out Of The Tunnel

MX-80’s sound has always been a rare thing, combining the sharp edges and harsh energy of post-punk and noise-rock with lessons learned from modern classical composition and free jazz. We don’t really know what to call it, but we can highly recommend this reissue of Out Of The Tunnel: the first time it has been available since 1980. Remastered with new photographs and notes on Ship to Shore PhonoCo.
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Thomas Happ
Axiom Verge

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Robert Smith Jr and Russ Huddleston
Manos – The Hands Of Fate (Original 1966 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Donald Rubinstein
(George A Romero's) Martin

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