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Yukihiro Takahashi

Yukihiro Takahashi
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Japan
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Yukihiro Takahashi was one of the members of Yellow Magic Orchestra, and has also played with Sadistic Mika Band, Beatniks, and many other groups as well as a substantial number of solo releases.
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http://yukihiro.co.jp
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Releases on file (19)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Technodon Yellow Magic Orchestra — Technodon
(Eastworld TOCT-8010, 1993, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Ongaku-Zan (Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia) Ryuichi Sakamoto — Ongaku-Zan (Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia)
(Midi Inc MIL-1060/1, 1984/2015, 2CD)
Yukihiro Takahashi — Wild & Moody Yukihiro Takahashi — Wild & Moody
(Spalax 14503, 1984/1997, CD)
Y.M.O. — Naughty Boys Y.M.O. — Naughty Boys
(Alfa YLR-28008, 1983, LP)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Naughty Boys Instrumental Yellow Magic Orchestra — Naughty Boys Instrumental
(Alfa YLR-20002, 1983, LP)
YMO — Service YMO — Service
(Alfa YLR-28013, 1983, LP)
Haruomi Hosono — Philharmony Haruomi Hosono — Philharmony
(Light in the Attic LITA 170, 1982/2018, CD)
YMO — BGM YMO — BGM
(Alfa ALR-28015, 1981, LP)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Left Handed Dream Ryuichi Sakamoto — Left Handed Dream
(Epic ARE 38404, 1981, LP)
Yukihiro Takahashi — Neuromantic Yukihiro Takahashi — Neuromantic
(GT Music MHCL 513, 1981/2005, CD)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Technodelic Yellow Magic Orchestra — Technodelic
(Alfa ALR-28030, 1981, LP)
Yukihiro Takahashi — Murdered by the Music Yukihiro Takahashi — Murdered by the Music
(King Records KICS 1141, 1980/2008, CD)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Public Pressure Yellow Magic Orchestra — Public Pressure
(Alfa ALR-6033, 1980, LP)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — X∞Multiplies Yellow Magic Orchestra — X∞Multiplies
(Alfa YMO-1, 1980, LP)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Solid State Survivor Yellow Magic Orchestra — Solid State Survivor
(Alfa ALR-6022, 1979, LP)
Ryuichi Sakamoto & The Kakutougi Session — Summer Nerves Ryuichi Sakamoto & The Kakutougi Session — Summer Nerves
(Sony Music 25AH 507, 1979, LP)
Harry Hosono and the Yellow Magic Band — Paraiso Harry Hosono and the Yellow Magic Band — Paraiso
(Light in the Attic LITA 172, 1978/2018, CD)
Yukihiro Takahashi — Saravah! Yukihiro Takahashi — Saravah!
(King Records KICS 1140, 1978/2005, CD)
Yellow Magic Orchestra — Yellow Magic Orchestra Yellow Magic Orchestra — Yellow Magic Orchestra
(Alfa ALR-6012, 1978, LP)

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