Producer – High Rise (2). Words By – Asahito Nanjo. Special thanks: Hiroshi Yokoyama. Liner note are dated 1992. Matrix, Runout: EC432A PSFD-026. High Rise (2). Dispersion (LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ltd, RE). Squealer.
Complete your High Rise collection. Dispersion (CD, Album). Dispersion (CD, Ltd, RE).
High Rise (2) – Dispersion. Label: Squealer – SQLREV 1001. Music By, Arranged By, Producer – High Rise (2). Photography By – Yuuichi Zibiku. two errors are found on this reissue: spine reads "High Rise II" catalog number on CD reads "PSFD-26". Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Dispersion is the second album by High Rise, released on December 25, 1992 through . All lyrics written by Asahito Nanjo; all music composed by High Rise. Asahito Nanjo – vocals, bass guitar. Munehiro Narita – guitar, cover art. Yuro Ujiie – drums. Production and additional personnel. High Rise – production. Yuichi Jibiki – photography. Kenji Nakazawa – engineering, mixing. Takewo Yamamoto – engineering.
Displaying a more complex rhythmic arrangement to underpin the feedback-fueled guitar chaos, the signature abrasive sound of High Rise II, Dispersion, and Disallow is fully in tact and as baffling as ever. The trio of Nanjo Asahito on bass and vocals, Munehiro Narita on guitar, and Shoji Hano on drums create some of the most dense garage and psychedelic rock, yet always push the envelope further into avant-garde mayhem.
Psychedelic acid rock-band from Japan. High Rise is an explosive power trio comprised of bassist/vocalist asahito nanjo (南条麻人), guitarist Munehiro Narita, and a succession of drummers that has included Yuro Ujiie and Pill in the past and free-improv veteran Shoji Hano at present. High Rise mixes the jazz-influenced improvising of Cream with the brutal rock of Blue Cheer. Narita is one of rock’s unsung guitar players, and his dexterous fingering incites eruptions of pure electric joy in his listeners
High Rise is a Japanese trio formed by vocalist and bassist Asahito Nanjo and by guitarist Munehiro Narita. Narita had already recorded Taco (Pinakotheca, 1983). High Rise are a power-trio in the (brutal, improvisational, punkish) vein of Caspar Brötzmann's Massaker. Narita's stunning technique is the main attraction. Dispersion (PSF, 1992 - Squealer, 1998) has the anthemically noisy and pulsing Mainliner (a& la Stooges) and is crowned by the 15-minute Sadducees Faith. High Rise recorded a legendary Live (PSF, 1994 - Squealer, 1999) that ranks with Grateful Dead's Live Dead as one of the monumental works of improvised psychedelic rock; except that High Rise build walls of noise in the tradition of Blue Cheer. The breathless rock and roll of Sadame and its explosive guitar solos make Led Zeppelin sound like a band of catholic schoolgirls.
High Rise were originally performing under the name Psychedelic Speed Freaks and contained members Masashi Mitani, Asahito Nanjo, Munehiro Narita, and Ikuro Takahashi. They decided to change their name at the advice of . Dispersion is the second album by High Rise, released on December 25, 1992 through . Track listin. mage: High Rise Dispersion. Disallow is the third album by High Rise, released on May 25, 1996 through . Track listing - Al. mage: High Rise Disallow. Desperado (High Rise album). Desperado is the fourth album by High Rise, released on July 10, 1998 through . mage: High Rise Desperado. Psychedelic Speed Freaks.
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- Bass, Vocals – Asahito Nanjo
- Drums – Yuro Ujiie
- Electric Guitar – Munehiro Narita
NotesTranslation of liner notes
"The 3rd album that announced in '92 was a work that had not completed recording until the completion due to various circumstances of the members, although it was actually incomplete, it was released due to time relationship, such as release date . Therefore, this time, completion of songs incomplete in line with the original schedule, overdubbing of vocal tracks, and further remixing all songs to acid and heavy, completed the complete version. All the songs are different versions from the one with CD recording, and some are collectors items which also included another take."