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The Durutti Column - Domo Arigato

The Durutti Column - Domo Arigato

Performer: The Durutti Column
Title: Domo Arigato
Style: Leftfield, Avantgarde
Released: 1985
Cat#: YX-7356-AX
Country: Japan
Label: Columbia
Size MP3 version: 2913 mb
Size FLAC version: 2048 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 417
Genre: Electronic / Rock

The Durutti Column - Domo Arigato


2The Room4:40
3Sketch For Dawn4:50
4Sketch For Summer2:22
5Mercy Theme2:16
6Belgian Friends3:04
7Self Portrait2:51
8Dream Of A Child6:37
9A Little Mercy10:04
10Blind Elevator Girl8:12
11Mercy Dance3:45


  • Design [Sleeve Design]8vo
  • Drums [Dmx]Bruce Mitchell
  • EngineerAnthony Wilson, Norio Okada
  • Engineer [Pcm Editing]Hideki Kukizaki
  • GuitarVini Reilly
  • PercussionBruce Mitchell
  • PianoVini Reilly
  • ProducerAnthony Wilson, Durutti Column
  • SongwriterVini Reilly
  • Synthesizer [Dx-7]Vini Reilly
  • TrumpetTim Kellett
  • ViolaJohn Metcalfe
  • VocalsVini Reilly
  • XylophoneBruce Mitchell


Japan-only LP. Recorded 25th April 1985 at Gotanda Kanihoken Hall, Tokyo.


  • Rights Society: JASRAC


  • Copyright (c) – Factory Communications Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Kanihoken Hall
  • Remixed At – G.Y.N.E. Mobile Recording
  • Remixed At – Nippon Columbia Studio
  • Published By – Movement Of 24th January
  • Manufactured By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.


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