OOIOO ‎– Gold & Green

Ape Sounds ‎– ASVL-005
Vinyl, LP

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Gold 1 Moss Trumpeter 3:03
Gold 2 Mountain Book
Bass, Santoor – Yoshida Atuhisa*Performer [Mount. Book Melody] – Yamamoto Seiichi*Performer [Mount. Melody Chorus] – Sean LennonPiano [ぽろりん] – Honda Yuka*Tabla – Yuzawa Hironori*Vocals – Kyoko (3)
Gold 3 Grow Sound Tree 6:50
Gold 4 木6列車 5:12
Green 1 Ina 咲くの森
Turntables – L?K?O
Green 2 Unu 0:51
Green 3 Ibdi 0:36
Green 4 てくてく Tune 2:52
Green 5 Emeraldragonfly
Congas – Atari*Kanjira – Yuzawa Hironori*Vocals – Kyoko (3)
Green 6 I'm A Song 7:43


  • BassMaki (8)
  • Drums, MaracasYoshico*
  • EngineerHara Kouichi*
  • Guitar, VocalsKayano
  • Guitar, Vocals, Trumpet, Flute, Synthesizer [Synth 2000, Casiotone], Flute [竹笛, 土笛], Wind Chimes [風鈴], Drums [Body Drums, Mini Drums], Santoor, Chimes [Bar Chime, Energy Chime], Djembe, Triangle, Surdo, Other [Vibra Tone]Yoshimi
  • Mixed ByHara*, Yoshimi
  • ProducerYoshimi P-We*

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PSCR-5912, SHOCKCITY007, menu.217 OOIOO Gold & Green(HDCD, Album) Polystar, Shock City, Trattoria PSCR-5912, SHOCKCITY007, menu.217 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
thrill 160 OOIOO Gold & Green(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gol) Thrill Jockey thrill 160 US 2017 Sell This Version
thrill 160 OOIOO Gold & Green(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Thrill Jockey thrill 160 US 2005 Sell This Version
THRILL160 OOIOO Gold & Green(2xLP, Gre) Thrill Jockey THRILL160 US 2017 Sell This Version
thrill 160 OOIOO Gold & Green(2xLP, Album) Thrill Jockey thrill 160 US 2017 Sell This Version



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July 10, 2015
edited over 6 years ago

Stellar piece. The whole track listing is kind of interconnected, in a sense. You get weird unique instruments chilling out, you get buoyant "powerpuff girls" guitar synths and vocals, and you get the bitter-sweet vibes for about 7 out of 10 of these tracks. You basically get the whole package that one would come to expect from psychedelic indie; uniquely concocted in a 10 track record. The track "I'm A Song" was pretty much the perfect ending to this beautiful record. It had all the ingredients to form a subtle, androgynous piece that doesn't depict anything but a hearty goodbye "until next time" sort of vibe. All in all, a fantastic Japanese record with no missing ingredient whatsoever. I rate this a full, strong 5. Highly recommended.