Heavenly Peace is the lone solo release of C. Memi, previously the leader of Osaka new wavers Neo Matisse, who was described in the Hijokaidan Story by Toshiji Mikawa as the band "who gave us that famous 'No Chocolate' single, which was released in 1980 and was a frenetic, punky new wave classic. After Neo Matisse disbanded on amicable terms in 1981, drummer Jun Iwasaki compelled Memi to record a solo album for his fledgling label, Fairy Records.
Memi – Heavenly Peace. Style: Minimal, Experimental, Synth-pop. referencing Heavenly Peace, 7", EP, fairy Getting reissued by Bitter Lake Recordings, as both digital and a 12-inch. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. Label: Bitter Lake Recordings – BLR-002. Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Reissue. Heavenly Peace (Unga No Suimon Akete). Companies, etc. Recorded At – Studio Gorilla. Remastered At – Bonati Mastering. Lacquer Cut At – Bonati Mastering. Manufactured By – Brooklyn Phono.
Heavenly Peace is the lone solo release of C.
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Heavenly Peace (reissue). Bitter Lake Recordings Japan. Format: 12" + insert Cat: BLR 002 Released: 09 May 18 Genre: Coldwave/Synth. For their label's second release, the team behind Brooklyn-based underground Japanese music specialists Bitter Lake Recordings has turned to early '80s electronic experimentalist .
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|fairy #1||C.Memi||Heavenly Peace (7", EP)||Fairy Records||fairy #1||Japan||1983|
|BLR-002||C.Memi||Heavenly Peace (12", EP, RE)||Bitter Lake Recordings||BLR-002||US||2018|