Iaora Tahiti

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Iaora Tahiti
Iaora Tahiti.jpg
Studio album by Mouse on Mars
Released October 3, 1995
Genre Electronica, Ambient techno
Length 68:21
Label Too Pure
Producer Jan St. Werner
Andi Toma
Mouse on Mars chronology
Vulvaland
(1994)Vulvaland1994
Iaora Tahiti
(1995)
Autoditacker
(1997)Autoditacker1997
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 5/5 stars[1]
The Village Voice C+[2]

Iaora Tahiti is the second album by German electronica group Mouse on Mars, released in 1995. "Stereomission" is a version of the Yamo song "Stereomatic" with the vocals replaced by a Japanese woman explaining stereo sound.

The album title is also shared with a 1969 vinyl LP recorded by the Arthur Iriti Orchestra, released on the Barclay label in Germany.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stereomission" (Jan St. Werner, Andi Toma) – 4:32
  2. "Kompod" (St. Werner, Toma) – 4:05
  3. "Saturday Night Worldcup Fieber" (St. Werner, Toma) – 4:19
  4. "Schunkel" (St. Werner, Toma) – 5:00
  5. "Gocard" (St. Werner, Toma) – 3:54
  6. "Kanu" (St. Werner, Toma) – 5:57
  7. "Bib" (St. Werner, Toma) – 5:59
  8. "Schlecktron" (St. Werner, Toma) – 4:59
  9. "Preprise" (St. Werner, Toma) – 1:35
  10. "Papa, Antoine" (St. Werner, Toma) – 6:51
  11. "Omnibuzz" (St. Werner, Toma) – 4:33
  12. "Hallo" (St. Werner, Toma) – 3:59
  13. "Die Innere Orange" (St. Werner, Toma, Ziegler) – 12:38

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iaora Tahiti - Mouse on Mars | AllMusic. AllMusic - Album Review by Sean Cooper.
  2. ^ Christgau, Robert (1995). "Turkey Shoot". The Village Voice (November 28). New York. Retrieved September 11, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Iaora Tahiti" by Arthur Iriti Orchestra, Amazon.com