Crossover (Yoshinori Sunahara album)

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Crossover
Crossover yoshinori sunahara cover.jpg
Studio album by Yoshinori Sunahara
Released September 1, 1995
Genre Shibuya-kei
Length 63:37
Label Ki/oon Records, Bungalow Records
Yoshinori Sunahara chronology
Crossover
(1995)
Take Off and Landing
(1998)

Crossover is a 1995 Yoshinori Sunahara album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "MFRFM (Music For Robot For Music)" - 6:03
  2. "Stinger Stingray" - 7:05
  3. "Whirlpool" - 6:28
  4. "Silver Ripples" - 6:36
  5. "The Long Vowel" - 1:07
  6. "Huraloop" - 6:50
  7. "Muddy Water" - 6:34
  8. "Elegant World" - 10:28
  9. "Clouds Across the Moon" - 5:15
  10. "Overtime Work" - 7:10

Reception[edit]

Charlie Porter of The Times gave the album a seven out of ten. He considers his cover of Rah Band's "Clouds Across the Moon" to be the best song on the album.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Porter, Charlie (24 January 1998). "New album releases". The Times. p. 11. What's best is the first known cover of that Eighties space-age weepy, Clouds Across the Moon by the Rah Band, which sounds as if it were performed by an Oriental Bucks Fizz.