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Tamago (album)

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Tamago (album)

Released February 2004 (2004-02)
Recorded April–May 2003 at Bedroom, Tokyo
Genre Noise
Length 57:35
Label Plan-DX17
Producer Masami Akita
Merzbow chronology

Last of Analog Sessions

Tamago is an album by Japanese noise musician Merzbow.[1] Tamago (?) is the Japanese word for egg, the CD comes in a white egg-shaped cardboard sleeve.[2]

It is the only release on Plan-DX17, ran by the same person behind Circumvent Records, which released Ikebukuro Dada.[3]

Track listing

All music composed by Masami Akita.
No. Title Length
1. "Bronzo Part. 1"   8:28
2. "Bronzo Part. 2"   14:14
3. "Kangaroo Tracks Part. 2"   5:14
4. "Bronzo Part. 3"   10:54
5. "Tamago"   7:16
6. "Kangaroo Tracks Part. 1"   11:29


  • Masami Akita – tracks
  • Yoshino – chorus
  • BombTheDot – design

Release history

Region Date Label Format Quantity Catalog Sold Out
United States 2004 Plan-DX17 CD 350 MZ1 Yes


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