Nishitōkyō, Tokyo, Japan (1990 – 1998)
Ground-Zero was an improvised experimental noise rock band during the 1990s led by Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英) that had a large and rotating group of performers on such instruments as turntables, sampler, shamisen, saxophone, koto, omnichord, electric guitar and two drum kits. They are most highly regarded for their album Consume Red, on which the performers improvise around a short sample of hojok music played by Korean holy musician Kim Seok Chul.
Check also Ground Zero.
|1||Play on youtube||Red Mao Book by Sony||
|3||Play on youtube||Consume Mao||
|4||Play on youtube||Crossing Frankfurt Four Times||
|5||Play on youtube||Revolutionary Enka 2001||
|6||Crossing Snow Mountains with Yamaha Bike||
|7||Announcing Good News from the West||
|8||Yellow Army, Beloved Of The Various Nationalities||
|9||International - Epilogue||
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