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Album Review

Featured on 1994's Red Hot and Cool compilation, the Japanese production trio UFO heads a loose collective of musicians and vocalists present here. Jazz, R&B, trip-hop, Spanish, Caribbean, and Brazilian rhythms all appear in one form or another; surprisingly, these disparate elements flow well through the course of ten songs.

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Fine! Fine! Inventive Funky Jazz Mixture of Old and New Vibes

I recently discovered UFO's music. These Cats from Japan deliver great music on a number of their albums. No Sound Is Too Taboo will not let you down if you are into Acid-Jazz Retro/Future music.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in Tokyo, Japan

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Pioneers of the Japanese acid-jazz sound, the United Future Organization comprised Tokyo club DJs Tadashi Yabe, Toshio Matsuura and French expatriate Raphael Sebbag. Joining forces in 1990, the trio quickly emerged as a leading force on the Tokyo underground club scene, making their recorded debut the next year with the 12-inch "I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Jazz); " "Loud Minority/Moon Dance" followed in mid-1992, becoming a cult favorite on club circuits ranging from London to Hamburg to New York...
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No Sound Is Too Taboo, United Future Organization
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Bop, Music, Jazz, Rock
  • Released: 1994

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