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ZENTSUU: Collected Works 2001-2019

WRWTFWW Records drop the first ever best-of compilation of Soichi Terada’s amazing project Omodaka. including 14 songs never released on vinyl before. The 18-track ZENTSUU: Collected Works 2001-2019 album is available on double LP in heavy 350gsm sleeve with printed inner sleeves, as well as in CD and digital formats.

Initiated in 2001 while trying to create a ‘boat racing song’, the Omoka project features sublime music by veteran electronic / house / jungle / video game music producer / DJ Soichi Terada and the vocals of Japanese folk min'yo & enka singer Akiko Kanazawa for a never-heard-before colorful blend of retro game 8bit / chiptune sounds and traditional Japanese music with wet electro rhythms, joyful 90s house grooves, and slick downtempo vibes. Feel-good, sexy, and fun, Terada’s project brings forth one of the most unique sounds in recent memory. The smile-inducing sonic adventure is packed with irresistible hits and a good dose of dancefloor-ready gems: a well deserved delivery of good times for 2022 and beyond!

Tokyo born genius Soichi Terada has built an impressive career in different music genres. He co-founded respected label Far East Recording with Shinchiro Yokata, composed the soundtrack for cult video game series Ape Escape, released tons of amazing house music records (some included in the beautiful compilation “Sounds from the Far East” released by Rush Hour in 2015), and has been a celebrated world-touring DJ.

- For fans of folktonica, house, dance, Japanese traditional music meets video game music, chiptune, Soichi Terada, Far East Recording, good times, good times, and more good times.

- First ever vinyl release of collected works from Soichi Terada’s project Omodaka!


Matt says: Absolute madness from Soichi Terada! You might associate him with crafting deep house masterpieces; but he's also a dab hand at video soundtracks! Alongside Akiko Kanazawa this is a singular chiptune curio with amazingly catchy pop sensibilities and beguiling 8 bit sound design. Wild and wonderful!


A1. Aranjuez
A2. Galaxy Deca
A3. Kiso Bushi
A4. Iyano Kobiki
A5. Kusatsu Bushi
B1. Nanbu Ushioi Uta
B2. Chakkiri Bushi
B3. Ryotsu Jinku
B4. Hyamikao
C1. Cantata No.147
C2. Kokiriko Bushi
C3. Fortunate 1mark
C4. Otemoyan
D1. Yosawya San
D2. Hietsuki Bushi
D3. Monkey Turn
D4. Kyoteidaiski
D5. Plum Song

Various Artists

Pieces OST

    Original soundtrack of 1982 cult classic horror movie Pieces available for the first time ever. Includes songs by Italian movie score masters Stelvio Cipriani (La Polizia Sta A Guardare, Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof), Fabio Frizzi (Lucio Fulci movies), and Carla Maria Cordo (Absurd aka Anthropophagus 2).

    For fans of soundtracks of horror, Giallo, Spaghetti Western, and Blaxploitation movies.

    This limited edition vinyl includes numerous songs by Italian composer Stelvio Cipriani, the man behind the superb soundtrack of Poliziottesco movie La Polizia Sta A Guardare (1973) whose main theme was reborn in 2007 on Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, multiple scores for Spaghetti Western movies starring Tony Anthony, as well as a Nastro d’Argento award for best score for The Anonymous Venetian (1970).

    Also found on "Pieces" are compositions by Carla Maria Cordo who scored Joe D’Amato’s gorefest Absurd (1981) that some might know as Anthropophagus 2, Monster Hunter, Horrible or The Grim Reaper 2 - a movie so shockingly violent it became one of the Video Nasties of the UK and was successfully prosecuted under the Obscene Publications Acts in 1984.

    Lucio Fulci’s frequent collaborator Fabio Frizzi (responsible for the music of classic horror movies Zombie aka Zombi 2, L’Aldilà aka The Beyond, City of the Living Dead aka The Gates of Hell and the list goes on) also makes a special appearance with the sexy "Cocktail Molotov".


    Side 1
    1. Stephen Ham & Alain Leroux - Up Country 4:29 ,
    2. Fabio Frizzi - Cocktail Molotov 1:27 ,
    3. Enrico Pierannunzi & Silvano Chimenti - I Love Blondes 2:45 ,
    4. Carlo Maria Cordio - M21 0:35 ,
    5. Carlo Maria Cordio - M29 2:27 ,
    6. Carlo Maria Cordio - M20 2:21 ,
    7. Carlo Maria Cordio - M15 1:26

    Side 2
    1. Carlo Maria Cordio - M13 1:54 ,
    2. Carlo Maria Cordio - M31 3:33 ,
    3. Stelvio Cipriani - A Strange Symbol 2:10 ,
    4. Stelvio Cipriani - Carlotta And The Professor 2:25 ,
    5. Stelvio Cipriani - Deathwatch 1:54 ,
    6. Stelvio Cipriani - Deathwatch (Unused Alternate Version 1) 1:54 ,
    7. Stelvio Cipriani - Deathwatch (Unused Alternate Version 2) 1:09

    Stefano Mainetti

    Zombi 3 (OST W/alt. B Side) (2022 Repress)

      2022 repress edition of this early WRWTFWW release. Zombie Flesh Eaters 2 was directed by Lucio Fulci & Bruno Mattei and starred Deran Sarafian, Beatrice Ring & Ottaviano Dell'acqua. Originally released in 1097 its soundtrack has never been released on vinyl before now.

      This is the special edition with a different B Side from WRWTFWW011 - also repressed this week.

      File under: soundtrack, haunting synth, decadent FM rock & erotic funk.


      A1 - Seq 1 , A2 - Seq 2, A3 - Seq 3, A4 - Seq 4, A5 - Seq 5, A6 - Seq 6, A7 - Seq 7, A8 - Seq 8

      New B Side:
      1. DJ Blue Heart - Intro
      2. Tumble Down
      3. DJ Blue Heart - Hole In The Ozone (skit)
      4. Nature
      5. Ecological Bullshit (skit)
      6. DJ Blue Heart - Dig It (skit)
      7. The Sound Of Fear
      8. DJ Blue Heart - Important Announcement (skit)
      9. Slow Think
      10. DJ Blue Heart - Serious Business (skit)
      11. Tumble Down (instrumental)
      12. DJ Blue Heart - The Nightmare Is Over…? (skit)
      13. Slow Think (instrumental)
      14. DJ Blue Heart - Immortal Vibes (skit)
      15. The Sound Of Fear (instrumental)

      Stefano Mainetti

      Zombi 3 (OST) - 2022 Repress

        2022 repress edition of this early WRWTFWW release. Zombie Flesh Eaters 2 was directed by Lucio Fulci & Bruno Mattei and starred Deran Sarafian, Beatrice Ring & Ottaviano Dell'acqua. Originally released in 1097 its soundtrack has never been released on vinyl before now.

        This is the original, 'normal' version of the release - NOT the alternative B-side version (also repressed this week).

        File under: soundtrack, haunting synth, decadent FM rock & erotic funk.


        A1 - Seq 1
        A2 - Seq 2
        A3 - Seq 3
        A4 - Seq 4
        A5 - Seq 5
        A6 - Seq 6
        A7 - Seq 7
        A8 - Seq 8
        B1 - Nature
        B2 - Tumble Down
        B3 - The Sound Of Fear
        B4 - Slow Think
        B5 - Tumble Down (instrumental)
        B6 - The Sound Of Fear (instrumental)
        B7 - Slow Think (instrumental)

        "Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine" is a brand new release by Japanese producer Taro Nohara (Yakenohara). 8 tracks of pure environmental ambient bliss available with artwork from the artist himself.

        Based in Tokyo, Taro Nohara is a producer, beatmaker, DJ, and music activist who made a mark with his electronic / ambient unit Unknown Me (of Not Not Fun Records fame). His new solo project," Poly-Time Soundscapes / Forest Of The Shrine", is a unique and modern take on Japanese environmental music, a free floating re-interpretation of the sub-genre made famous by Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, or Satoshi Ashikawa (and more!) fused with subtle nuances of various origins: downtempo, hip hop, sound design, chill-out, experimental.

        Conceived as a two-part adventure of contemplative peace, Taro Nohara’s organic soundscape takes you on a mind-soothing walk through time (or memories) and the beautiful mysteries of luscious forests - don’t resist, let yourself go, explore!


        A1. Shishi Odishi
        A2. African Buddhist Temple
        A3. Beatific Sea
        A4. Peninsula Information Center
        B1. Miyadaiku
        B2. The Universe Above The Garden
        B3. Freakout Ondo
        B4. Deep Inside Of The Naiku (Jo-Ha-Kyu)

        MKWAJU Ensemble (Midori Takada)


          WRWTFWW Records is proud to announce the highly anticipated official reissue of holy grail album MKWAJU by acclaimed Japanese percussionist Midori Takada's MKWAJU ensemble, sourced from the original masters and available in two versions: a vinyl LP cut at Emil Berliner Studios (formerly the  in-house recording department of Deutsche Grammophon) and a digipack CD.

          Originally recorded in February and March 1981 and released by fabled Japanese avant-garde label Better Days (home of Ryuichi Sakamato's debut album, Yasuaki Shimizu's Kakashi, Colored  Music self-titled LP and many more) MKWAJU is the fruit of the collaboration between Takada's crew and world-famous composer/musical director Joe Hisaishi, the man behind most of of Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli anime soundtracks and over 100 other films scores, including Takeshi Kitano's Sonatine, Hana-Bi, and Kikujiro. The ensemble's transcendental wonder is, in fact, the first-ever Midori Takada album and the first-ever Joe Hisaishi-produced album. Historic.

          Led by Midori Takada on marimba, gong, vibraphone, and tom tom, MKWAJU is an inventive and riveting take on Eastern and Western minimalist traditions, African rhythms, and early electronica. Drawing from its jazz-rooted polyrhythmic improvisations in the most inventive ways, the album covers a wide spectrum of sounds, from colorful dance floor-ready percussion pieces that stand somewhere between proto-techno and experimental synth-pop, to cinematic ambient landscapes and ethereal drone delicacies. The feverishly sought-after full-length is a stepping-stone in Midori Takada's career and an all-around pioneering album.

          Alongside Takada and Hisaishi (who not only produced the album but also played synthesizers), personnel on MKWAJU includes famed Japanese musicians Yoji Sadanari and Hideki Matsutake of KI-Motion fame, Junko Arase (heard on Satoshi Ashikawa's legendary Still Way - Wave Notation 2), and Pecker (whose stacked resume boasts collaborations with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Jun Fukamachi).


          01. Mkwaju
          02. Shak Shak
          03. Lemore
          04. Tira-Rin
          05. Pulse In The Mind
          06. Flash-Back

          Carmine Capobianco

          Psychos In Love (Original Soundtrack)

          WRWTFWW Records is thrilled to announce the release of the long anticipated, always delayed, 30-years-in-the-making PSYCHOS IN LOVE Original Soundtrack, available at last and for the first time ever in a super deluxe low fidelity _7" grape-colored vinyl edition, housed in a DIY no-budget sleeve, and loaded with extras, including words from film director Gorman Bechard, lyrics of the theme song, a promotional postcard with a picture of the cast, a poster of a woman attacked in a bathroom, and the infamous as-seen-in-the-movie "I LOVE MY VCR" bumper sticker!

          Filled with sleazy funk, macabre synths, homemade electronic kitsch, anti-grape propaganda, and rewind-worthy dialogue excerpts, Psychos In Love is the ultimate lo-fi horror-romcom soundtrack adventure with a theme song so memorable you’ll find yourself humming it every morning. In Gorman Bechard’s words, "For the Psychos In Love theme I purposefully wrote what I hoped were the worst lyrics of all time, giving them to Carmine Capobianco with one note, ‘use them to write the worst song of all time.’"

          The movie Psychos In Love (1986) is a trenchant, laugh-out-loud indictment of slasher films, romantic comedies, and grapes (that’s right, pal, grapes), a true genre-defying post-modern cult classic that will wind its way into your heart as its characters work _their way through vats of gore. Packed tight with sly homages to – and parodies of the work of such cinema legends as Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen, Roger Corman, Groucho Marx, and Gerard Damiano, Psychos In Love foreshadows the grand guignol culinary delights of Silence of the Lambs, served up with a healthy portion of wry wit and all-American t&a.


          Millie says: Playful and comical, ‘Psychos In Love’ is the perfect light-hearted clever song to homage certain well known films which is heart-warmingly lively after they claimed they wanted to make this song have the worse lyrics of all time. Fans of The Growlers will love this!

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