Burning Bridges - Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Sep 13,  · Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (2x12", Album, Ltd, RE) Media Condition: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-) Brand new, never played! Shop stock sold from a brick and mortar Toronto-based record store. TonalityRecords; %, 1, ratings ; Ships From:Canada; $ about £ + shipping Add to Cart Details.
  2. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is the fourth (and penultimate) studio album by the English band Japan, released on 24 October by Virgin Records. The album was preceded by the release of the title track as a single, which peaked at number 60 in the UK Singles Chart. The album was moderately successful, peaking at number
  3. It features the single "Gentlemen Take Polaroids" and the atmospheric, Satie-esque “Nightporter”, which was eventually released as a single in November , shortly after the band announced they were to split. The album is widely considered as the one which consolidated Japan’s unique aesthetic approach and sound.
  4. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is quite easily one of the best albums ever recorded, and seamlessly blends experimental ideas with ambient tracks and oriental themes to result in a remarkable all round album, which is one of those disks I never get tiered of listening to.
  5. Buy Gentlemen Take Polaroids (LP) by Japan (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. The first album for Virgin Records and their best seller in Japan, perhaps because Ryuichi Sakamoto appears. The Japanese vinyl LP includes a gatefold lyric sheet with a large group photo. The UK LP was supposed to have an inner sleeve but it was scrapped due to the last minute decision to replace "Some Kind Of Fool" with "Burning Bridges".
  7. Shop 64 records for sale for album Gentlemen take polaroids by Japan on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  8. Featuring the propulsive Gentlemen Take Polaroids and the atmospheric, Satie-esque Nightporter, the album is widely considered as the one which consolidated Japan’s unique approach and sound. Single vinyl (33rpm) edition mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road.

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