What first strikes the ears is how mature and fully formed the group's sound was right from the start. The guitar is extremely noisy, shredded to pieces. The bass swings up and down, ignoring any form of rhythmic concept, while the enigmatic Takashima thrashes away. If Haino howls and growls in his own typical way, his singing lacks the unbearable pathos of later years.
Despite the lack of any other information on the front and back covers, those four digits will send shivers down the spine of any Fushitsusha fa. What first strikes the ears is how mature and fully formed the group's sound was right from the start.
The earliest group recordings by Fushitsusha, recorded in 1978, previously unreleased. The title is read as "Eien no ho ga saki ni te o dashita no sa", which translates into English is "It Was Eternity That Reached Out First". Gatefold papersleeve with booklet and obi. There are no tracklisting associated with this item. fushitsusha - peter brötzmann. Nothing Changes No One Can Change Anything.
Let's start from right here. Correct these Lyrics. Submit! We currently do not have these lyrics in Kanji. itsumo mite minu furi shiteita yuuki to kodoku ga aru tesaguri de ima taguriyosete itsuka kokoro ni sakasetai yo kibou no hana wo sotto anata to futari de ashita kinou yori mo kirameita egao de arimasu you ni kono michi wo tsuyoku kizamikomi sukoshi mae ni susundemiyou manazashi wo takaku agete ima anata to. kono basho kara hajimeyou.
Fushitsusha Eien no ho ga, saki ni te o dashita no sa unofficial translation of title: It was eternity that reached out first. com compact disc - 2 tracks - 49 minutes 10 seconds Keiji Haino (guitar, vocals) Jun Hamano (bass) Takashima (drums).
Fushitsusha's Eien No Ho Ga, Saki Ni Te O Dashita No Sa/ It was Eternity that Reached out First (2003) was originally recorded in 1978. Next Let's Try Changing The Shape (Swordfish, 2004) returns Haino's solo project to the fury of Fushitsusha, but the overall inspiration is lacking, and the lengthy Look Darkness sounds overstretched. Tayutayuto Tadayoitamae Kono Furue (PSF, 2004) is an acoustic collaboration with Michihiro Sato on "tsugaru jamisen", possibly the most "Japanese" album of Haino's career.
Their 1993 album Allegorical Misunderstanding was released on John Zorn's record label, Avant, although most of their albums have come out on independent label . and on major label Tokuma. Fushitsusha recently returned to duo status, with Haino supplementing percussion with tape loops, though the band is currently believed to be on a hiatus since 2001. In February 2008, longtime bassist Yasushi Ozawa passed away. The band's sound is influenced by German krautrock bands of the 1970s and British psychedelic music of the 1960s and '70s. It Was Eternity That Reached Out First - CD (. 2003) (Live recording from 1978). Archive 1-6: Live 12-13-2003) - 6CDR BOX (Archive, 2004) (7 Hour Marathon set from 2003, 6 of 20 copies made.