|Title:||Emperor Tomato Ketchup|
|Style:||Indie Rock, Post Rock|
|2||Slow Fast Hazel||3:53|
|3||Emperor Tomato Ketchup||4:37|
|4||Tomorrow Is Already Here|
Vibraphone, Guitar [Second] – John McEntire
Alto Saxophone – Ray Dickarty
|13||The Noise Of Carpet||3:05|
This is a SRC version (see matrix).
Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10 & 12 recorded at Blackwing Studios London.
Tracks 4, 8, 10, 12 & 13 recorded at Idful Music Corp Chicago.
Perkily Managed by Pikey and Sheri Hood.
Sleeve at Trouble with assistance from Frank & Bettina.
All songs published Copyright Control.
Percolator published by Copyright Control / Sony Music Publishing.
Elektra Entertainment Group. A division of Warner Communications Inc., a Time Warner company.
℗ & © 1996 Elektra Entertainment Group, a division of Warner Communications for the United States and WEA International for the world outside of the United States excluding the United Kingdom.
Released in a standard jewel case with clear CD tray and a 4-page booklet with credits.
Emperor Tomato Ketchup is the fourth studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. It was released on 18 March 1996 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic Records and on 9 April 1996 in the United States by Elektra Records. The album takes its name from the 1971 experimental film Tomato Kecchappu Kōtei Emperor Tomato Ketchup by Japanese author and director Shūji Terayama, whilst the artwork is inspired by the sleeve of a 1964 recording of composer Béla Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra by the. Emperor Tomato Ketchup is a close as the Lab would ever get to a definitive answer. It documents a premillennial moment in which people-jazzbos in Chicago and red mods doing the Mashed Potato in Washington, D. riot grrrls in the Northwest, bass cadets in Sheffield, and the chic set in Paris and the retro-futurists in Birmingham, and especially crate-diggers in Tokyo and London and New York-wondered if record collecting and community organizing might be. the same thing. Yes and no, Stereolab replies. They made dialectics you can dance to, and that was revolution enough. Emperor Tomato Ketchup. Warp Records от лица компании Duophonic, Warp Records BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Abramus Digital и другие авторские общества 7. Emperor Tomato Ketchup Demo 22. Les Yper Sound Demo 23. Metronomic Underground Demo 24. Percolator Demo 25. Tomorrow Is Already Here Demo 26. Brigitte Demo 27. Motoroller Scalatron Demo 28. Anonymous Collective Demo. Bartleby This album is singular in its musicality and intelligence. Still breathtaking, moving and beautiful after all these years: A modern masterpiece at the verge of perfection Favorite track: Metronomic Underground. Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup 1996. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup 1996. Stereolab - Metronomic Underground. Stereolab - Cybele's Reverie. Stereolab - Percolator. Stereolab - Les Yper-Sound. Album 1996 28 Songs. Alternative 1996. Stereolab: Next Steps. Japan English. Stereolab were poised for a breakthrough release with Emperor Tomato Ketchup, their fourth full-length album. Not only was their influence becoming apparent throughout alternative rock, but Mars Audiac Quintet and Music for the Amorphous Body Center indicated they were moving closer to distinct pop melodies. The group certainly hasn't backed away from pop melodies on Emperor Tomato Ketchup, but just as their hooks are becoming catchier, they bring in more avant-garde and experimental influences, as well. Consequently, the album is Stereolab's most complex, multi-layered record. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2019 Vinyl от Emperor Tomato Ketchup Expanded Version на free to Stereolab Emperor Tomato Ketchup Metronomic Underground, Cybele's Reverie and more. 13 tracks 57:15. Released March 11, 1996. Emperor Tomato Ketchup Tracklist. Metronomic Underground Lyrics