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    Saturday, 08 September 2007
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    Double CD bootleg, of the most historic Rallizes recording of  them all (originally issued by the band in 1991, only very briefly available --  there have been no legitimate Rallizes recordings since). Mastered from CD  (presumably), with relatively extravagant die-cut printed sleeve packaging. "Les  Rallizes Dénudés, Haddaka No Rallizes in Japanese, and probably 'Les Valises  Dénudés' in French, are the most obscure group from Japan. Their guitar-based  music began at Kyoto University in late 1967 with their first official gig in  1968. While their self-released recordings from this time are structured in a  loose Group Sound ('GS')/Folk Boom-type style, their live shows featured  deafening volume, strobe lights and mirro ... Read more »
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