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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of master filmmaker Seijun Suzuki!The music is a selection of Nikkatsu-era film music from a world-class body of work that later became known as 'Seijun aesthetics' for it's unparalleled, unique, and intense visual style.Included are 'Age of Nudity' by Michiaki Watanabe, 'Everything Goes Wrong' by Keitaro Miho / Norio Maeda, 'Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards!' by Harumi Ibe, 'Branded to Kill' by Naozumi Yamamoto, 'Tokyo Drifter' by Hajime Kaburagi and many others, tracing the footprint of Seijun Suzuki music in it's golden age.
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of master filmmaker Seijun Suzuki!The music is a selection of Nikkatsu-era film music from a world-class body of work that later became known as 'Seijun aesthetics' for it's unparalleled, unique, and intense visual style.Included are 'Age of Nudity' by Michiaki Watanabe, 'Everything Goes Wrong' by Keitaro Miho / Norio Maeda, 'Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards!' by Harumi Ibe, 'Branded to Kill' by Naozumi Yamamoto, 'Tokyo Drifter' by Hajime Kaburagi and many others, tracing the footprint of Seijun Suzuki music in it's golden age.
4988044120709

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Format: CD
Label: CINEMA-KAN
Rel. Date: 08/23/2024
UPC: 4988044120709

Seijun Suzuki 100th Anniversary: Nikkatsu Film
Artist: Seijun Suzuki 100th Anniversary: Nikkatsu Film
Format: CD
New: Available $36.67
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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of master filmmaker Seijun Suzuki!The music is a selection of Nikkatsu-era film music from a world-class body of work that later became known as 'Seijun aesthetics' for it's unparalleled, unique, and intense visual style.Included are 'Age of Nudity' by Michiaki Watanabe, 'Everything Goes Wrong' by Keitaro Miho / Norio Maeda, 'Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards!' by Harumi Ibe, 'Branded to Kill' by Naozumi Yamamoto, 'Tokyo Drifter' by Hajime Kaburagi and many others, tracing the footprint of Seijun Suzuki music in it's golden age.
        
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