Active (album)

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active
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Studio album by Casiopea
Released May 25, 1992
Recorded January 30 to February 21, 1992
Studio GOTHAM AUDIO, Melbourne Australia
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 45:04
Label Pioneer LDC
PICL-1036
Producer Casiopea
Casiopea chronology
Full Colors
(1991)
active
(1992)
We Want More
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 0/5 stars[1]

Active is the 22nd album by the jazz fusion group Casiopea recorded and released in 1992. The album was recorded in Australia, Also where Casiopea's Live Album "Made in Melbourne" (and "We Want More", which continues the Live Set) was recorded.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "New History" Issei Noro 4:35
2. "Messengers" Issei Noro 3:17
3. "Camel Road" Minoru Mukaiya 3:40
4. "Eccentric Games" Yoshihiro Naruse, Issei Noro 4:52
5. "Time Stream" Issei Noro 3:57
6. "Momento Memorial" Issei Noro 3:33
7. "Tomoshibi" Issei Noro 3:55
8. "Point X" Issei Noro 4:10
9. "Door of Truth" Minoru Mukaiya 5:10
10. "Through the Highway" Minoru Mukaiya 3:44
11. "Back to the Nature" Issei Noro 4:11
Total length: 45:04

Personnel[edit]

CASIOPEA are

Issei Noro – Electric guitar, Fretless guitar
Minoru Mukaiya – Keyboards
Yoshihiro Naruse – Electric Bass, Fretless bass
Masaaki Hiyama – Drums

Guest musician[edit]

  • Alex Pertout – Percussions
  • Doron Kipen – Fairlight Operator

Production[edit]

  • Sound Produced – Casiopea
  • Recording & Mixing Engineer – Ross Cockle
  • Assistant Engineer – Mathew Thomas
  • Additional Recording Assistant Engineer – Hideyuki Hirata
  • Mastering engineer – Tohru Kotetsu
  • Supervisor – Tadashi Nomura
  • Producer – Ryoichi Okuda
  • Executive Producer – Yoshiaki Mizutani
  • Artists Manager – Takashi E. Norway
  • Promotion Director – Hiroharu Sato
  • Technician – Yasushi "Mayuge" Horiuchi, Shigeo Matsuyama


  • Art Director – Satoshi Yanagisawa
  • Photograph – Junichi Takahashi

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog Note
Japan May 25, 1992 Pioneer LDC 12cmCD PICL-1036 stereo
July 26, 2006 Geneon Entertainment GNCL-1078

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