Les Rallizes Denudes - Baus 93 [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) (Red) | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. ? / the Night, Assassin's Night
2. ? / Romance of the Black Pain Otherwise Fallin' Love with
3. ?_1993 / Reapers of the Night_1993
4. Darkness Returns

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BAUS '93 contains the storied comeback performance from Baus Theater in Kichijoji, Tokyo, which took place on February 13, 1993 in what was their first live appearance in five years. BAUS '93 follows the widely acclaimed worldwide release of CITTA' '93, which captured the Rallizes' fiery gig that took place four days later at Club Citta' in Kawasaki.Newly mixed and mastered by Makoto Kubota, BAUS '93 features the previously unheard live recording meticulously restored using the original 8-channel digital multitrack masters, as well as additional sources including cassettes recorded off of the mixing board and from the audience.The Rallizes' lineup at Baus Theater consisted of Takashi Mizutani (Vocals, Guitar), Katsuhiko Ishii (Guitar), Kiyohiro Takada (Bass), Toshiro Mimaki (Drums). Featuring a rhythm section different from the lineup heard at Club Citta', the band on BAUS '93 performed with an approach and intensity that took the performance to next levels.The DVD contains a 23-minute video of the Baus performance, originally shot and newly edited by Akira Uji, who often handled on-stage visuals for the Rallizes.BAUS '93 includes liner notes written by music writer Jennifer Lucy Allan, whose writings have been featured on The Wire and The Quietus and whose radio show can be heard on the BBC. The package also includes an essay by Julian Cope, whose idiosyncratic book Japrocksampler introduced the Japanese rock underground to many around the globe.