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Cornelius - Point Scarica Album
Interprete: Cornelius
Titolo: Point
Stile: Experimental
Anno 2002
Paese Japan
Etichetta Suave Records
Numero di Catalogo SU0011
Genere: Elettronica
Valutazione: 4.9
Voti: 779
Dimensione Mp3: 1136 mb
Dimensione Flac: 1920 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2265 mb
Registra da: CD

Cornelius - Point Scarica Album


2I Hate Hate1:42
4Bird Watching At Inner Forest4:22
6Point Of View Point3:53
8Bug (Electric Last Minute)0:38
9Tone Twilight Zone3:38
11Another View Point5:35


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Menu.241, PSCR-6000Cornelius Point ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Trattoria, PolystarMenu.241, PSCR-6000Japan2001
OLE 332-2, OLE 332Cornelius Point ‎(CD, Album)Matador, MatadorOLE 332-2, OLE 332UK & Europe2002
WPZL-3161/2Cornelius Point ‎(CD, RE, RM + DVD-V, Multichannel + S/Edition)Warner Music JapanWPZL-3161/2Japan2019
PMOD007-CDCornelius Point ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Post Modern Recording Co.PMOD007-CDJapan2019
OLE 332-2VCornelius Point ‎(CD, Album, Promo)MatadorOLE 332-2VUS2002


Includes slipcase.



Point is the fourth studio album by Japanese recording artist Cornelius. It was first released in Japan on October 24, 2001 by Trattoria Records, and later re-released worldwide in 2002 by Matador Records. It peaked at number 4 on the Oricon Albums Chart. The album was released on CD again by Warner Records in 2019, along with a second disc of the Five Point One music video collection. Keigo Oyamada 小山田 圭吾 Oyamada Keigo, born January 27, 1969, also known by his moniker Cornelius, is a Japanese recording artist and producer who initial thought was that, with Point, Cornelius had made an album not of songs but of machines: twittering little trinkets and gewgaws, clockwork formalist tricks, hooks, and grooves, tiny snazzy robots covered with push-buttons and blinking lights. I was mostly wrong about this. But back when I didn't know that, I was all set to talk about Cornelius's Other Half- Takako Minekawa- and, more importantly, her collaborators in Dymaxion, who are, by my estimation, past masters of the sonic trinketry, the clever formalist motorik grooves, and the whole concept of songs as. Five years after the release of Fantasma, Cornelius' dizzyingly dazzling stateside breakthrough, comes Point, an album as much about focus and precision as its predecessor was about appropriating and reconfiguring sounds and styles into a psychedelic free for all. Point is a music album by Cornelius released in 2001. Point is ranked 14,836th in the overall chart, 3,144th in the 2000s, and 306th in the year 2001. This album is rated in the top 18 of all albums on . Genre: Indietronica. Point is not an easy listen. At points no pun intended, you'll think that there is something wrong with your speakers, and seconds later, you'll think you're looking at the water in a quiet beach. Many obscure noises throughout this album are what make it such a fun listen, giving you something new overtime you listen to it. Cornelius layers multiple sounds and vocals together so well it almost sounds as if the sounds came naturally from nature, like on Drop. Point is al album that makes full. read more. Fun, genre bending album. Highly recommend. Fantasma is the third studio album by Japanese musician Cornelius Keigo Oyamada, released on August 6, 1997 on his label Trattoria. Oyamada envisioned the album as a one-on-one experience between the music and the listener. It starts with you entering into the journey and ends with you returning back to reality. It peaked at number 6 on the Oricon Albums Chart and number 37 on the UK Independent Albums Chart. Three singles were issued from the album: Star Fruits Surf Rider, Free Fall, and. See which songs from which albums Cornelius played during the Cornelius Performs Point tour. 레코드판과 CD를 쇼핑하여 Cornelius 컬렉션을 완성해보세요. Point CD, Album, Promo. OLE 332-2 ADVANCE Point Review. Released 24 October 2001. Whereas Fantasma showed off, Point holds back. In a four year gap filled only with two remix albums, Cornelius named after the scientist from Planet Of The Apes, trivia fans has honed his inestimable talent to the admirable point where less is definitely more. Over the space of 45 minutes we are treated to a more zen-like experience. The frantic moments still rear up as in the faux-thrash of I Hate Hate, but only as a contrast to the sublime craft on display in tracks such as Drop or Tone Twilight Zone