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Jelly Tones (1995)

by Ken Ishii

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akirafilmscript Best Techno album ever? Quite possibly. No one has done it like Ken since he did this. Very true to it's Detroit inspirations, but unlike anything out of the US or Europe. An absolute gem. Favorite track: Endless Season.
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TigerTorakio What brought me here, of course, was the "Extra" MV, but the whole album is a wonderland of mid-'90s techno, complete with high-speed hoverbike chases, killer cyborgs, deep dives into the net, and the melancholy of a bounty hunter known only by his code number. Favorite track: Cocoa Mousse.
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WM In 1995 I thought Jelly Tones sounded like the future. 25 years later it still sounds like the future.
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Eric L. A classic for a reason. Still a wonderful demonstration of Japanese Techno 25 years later. There are no duds on this entire album. Favorite track: Extra.
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Jaime Dunkle Extra is one of those timeless classics that I keep revisiting. Thanks for making this available on here. That music video still blows my mind to this day. Favorite track: Extra.
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Extra 08:51
Cocoa Mousse 06:50
Stretch 07:24
Ethos 9 06:25
Moved By Air 04:56
Frame Out 06:33


released November 13, 1995

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Ken Ishii Tokyo, Japan

Pushing forward-thinking electronic music and playing around the world since 1993.

The founder of the label 70 Drums and the co-brewer of KIKK IPA.


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