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R.N.A. Organism


R.N.A.O meets P.O.P.O


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Early incarnation of Japanese machine-funk band EP-4.

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“Receiving a cassette tape from R.N.A. Organism by air-mail, Agi Yuzuru (head of Vanity Records) mistakenly thought they were from overseas and highly acclaimed the band in Rock Magazine. However, it was a clever ploy by Kaoru Sato from Kyoto. This album is amazing dub music with funky bass, noise guitar, trumpet and rhythm machine - sort of like a heavier version of Andy Partridge’s Take Away. Subsequently the group changed its name to EP-4, which became known for its guerrilla live performances as well as simultaneously releasing its debut album on both major and indie labels. Meanwhile, Sato disappeared from the music scene in the mid-80’s.” - Vanity Records

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