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  • Nakkinak

    works better in practice than in theory

    April 2014
  • RussellChap

    bloody awful...sounds like music from a comedy sketch set in a Chinese take-away

    March 2014
  • Namey

    the only track I enjoyed on the album.. very travelling-like yeah

    November 2012
  • beedlezmeito10

    fuck yeah

    August 2012
  • Kershlaus91

    great instrumental =)

    September 2011
  • Kershlaus91

    (>^o^)>

    September 2011
  • violaghost

    Ahhhh. Otherwise speechless.

    July 2011
  • ativke

    awesome

    April 2011
  • PartySanCTG

    Karn is great as usual, and I can't fault the performance... but... yeah, dogac has a bit of a point. I have trouble getting past how the main melody sounds like your generic clichéd Oriental Riff.

    April 2011
  • cihansondogac

    moderately kitsch

    February 2011
  • blaztik

    Beautiful

    January 2010
  • Funkuccino

    Japan Fav Track

    December 2009
  • tupelo_stevo

    I love how you just stated your opinion as a fact renault

    November 2009
  • sitasaysgo

    Mick Karn is incredible... This track is esp. special to me. Brings back a lot of travel memories.

    September 2009
  • delmarmartin

    Is this a movie soundtrack?

    July 2009
  • sliww

    Mick Karn at his best!!!

    April 2009
  • jontquinn

    Ruichi rules

    March 2009
  • TippinMyStuff

    this track is cool

    March 2009
  • zinc69

    What a bass line!! Yeah, Viva Mick Karn!

    February 2009
  • DaemonMailer

    yep ;-)

    November 2008
  • lace123villa

    classic music from the 80's of a quality band, no words just pure talent

    August 2008
  • Sspin

    Go Mick !! GO

    June 2008
  • htreb

    great...no words needed

    May 2008
  • eye4sight

    this song reminds me of horrible things that happened to others on the dance floor.... unspeakable acts visited upon dim-witted ravers!!!

    February 2008
  • Jasmic

    Mick Karn at his masterful best.

    September 2006