Loophole (album)

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Loophole
Sketch Show Loophole.jpg
Studio album by Sketch Show
Released November 27, 2003 (2003-11-27)
Genre Electronica, Glitch Pop
Length 54:41
Label avex, cutting edge, daisyworld discs
Producer Sketch Show
Sketch Show chronology
Wild Sketch Show
(2003)Wild Sketch Show2003
Loophole
(2003)
Sketches & Notations
(2004)Sketches & Notations2004

Loophole is the second album by Sketch Show.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Haruomi Hosono and Yukihiro Takahashi, except "Mars" and "Attention Tokyo", by Hosono, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Takahashi.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Mars" Hosono, Takahashi 4:15
2. "Wiper" Hosono, Takahashi 4:32
3. "Chronograph" Hosono, Takahashi 5:06
4. "Plankton"   4:08
5. "Flakes" Takahashi, Meg 5:16
6. "Attention Tokyo" Hosono, Takahashi 3:22
7. "Night Talker" (Safety Scissors Mix) Takahashi 4:32
8. "Traum 6.6" Takahashi, Meg 5:26
9. "Scotoma"   3:10
10. "Fly Me to the River" Hosono, Takahashi 4:36
11. "Ekot" (Cornelius Mix) Hosono, Takahashi 6:06
12. "Stella" Hosono, Meg 4:09

Personnel[edit]

  • Haruomi Hosono & Yukihiro Takahashi - Arranging, Mixing, Production
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto - Mixing, Production ("Mars", "Attention Tokyo")
  • Chiho Shibaoka - Swedish Voice ("Mars", "Wiper", "Chronograph" "Attention Tokyo", "Ekot")
  • Hiroshi Haraguchi - Mixing, Recording Engineer
  • Yasuo Kimoto - Mixing ("Plankton", "Fly Me to the River")
  • Safety Scissors - Mixing ("Night Talker")
  • Cornelius - Mixing ("Ekot")
  • Tomohiko Gondo - Euphonium ("Ekot")
  • Meg - Lyrics ("Flakes", "Traum 6.6", "Stella")
  • Tom Coyne - Mastering
  • Takashi Okada (Zubai Studio) - Art Direction, Design
  • Daisy Creatures - Photography

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