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Live-Loud-Alive Loudness in Tokyo

Loudness

Type:
Live album
Release date:
November 21st, 1983
Label:
Nippon Columbia
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1. Opening Theme (Mars, the Bringer of War) 02:24   instrumental
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2. In the Mirror 03:44   Show lyrics
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3. Road Racer 04:27  
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4. I Was the Sun 04:12  
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5. Fly Away 03:30  
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6. Black Wall 05:20  
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7. Tusk of Jaguar/Drum Solo 07:35   instrumental
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8. Mr. Yesman 06:59  
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9. Exploder/Heavenward 05:59   instrumental
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10. Loudness 05:20   Show lyrics
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11. Sleepless Night 07:50   Show lyrics
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12. Speed 05:41   Show lyrics
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13. Shinkiro 04:00  
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14. Burning Love~Ending Theme (Theme of Loudness II) 07:57  
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Band members
Masayoshi Yamashita Bass, Taurus Pedals
Munetaka Higuchi (R.I.P. 2008) Drums, Gong
Minoru Niihara Vocals, Guitar (track 9)
Akira Takasaki Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Kazuyuki Itō Engineering (live)
Toshikatsu Kodama Photography
Teruo Tanaka Engineering (assistant)
Yuzō Toki Engineering (assistant)
Masahiro Miyazawa Engineering, Mixing
Mikio Shimizu Executive producer
Toshi Nakashita Executive producer
Hiroshi Inoue Engineering (live)
Masayoshi Yamashita Bass, Taurus Pedals
Munetaka Higuchi (R.I.P. 2008) Drums, Gong
Minoru Niihara Vocals, Guitar (track 9)
Akira Takasaki Guitars
Kazuyuki Itō Engineering (live)
Toshikatsu Kodama Photography
Teruo Tanaka Engineering (assistant)
Yuzō Toki Engineering (assistant)
Masahiro Miyazawa Engineering, Mixing
Mikio Shimizu Executive producer
Toshi Nakashita Executive producer
Hiroshi Inoue Engineering (live)
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Recorded in Nakano Sun Plaza in Tokyo
on 24.09.1983.

The instrumental track "Tusk of Jaguar" appears on Akira Takasaki's first solo album with the same name. The opening theme is taken from "The Planets" by Gustav Holst, performed by the Orchestre National de l'Opera de Montecarlo, conducted by Antonio de Almeida.

The home video release of another concert of the same tour was released as the band's first live VHS/Beta and Laserdisc at almost the same time of the double LP and with the same title.
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