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Jun Chikuma

Jun Chikuma
Country
Japan
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Jun Chikuma (竹間 淳, sometimes billed as June Chikuma) is a Japanese music composer and musician, best known for producing video game soundtracks, but she has also recorded experimental music outside of that work. Her 1986 album Divertimento was released using the name Atsushi Chikuma.
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http://soundcloud.com/junechikuma
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Releases on file (2)
June Chikuma — Les Archives June Chikuma — Les Archives
(RVNG Intl. Freedom to Spend FTS010, 1986/2019, LP+7" / DL)
Atsushi Chikuma — Divertimento Atsushi Chikuma — Divertimento
(Picture PL8601C, 1986, LP)

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