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Tolerance - Anonym Album

Tolerance - Anonym Album Performer: Tolerance
Title: Anonym
Style: Abstract, Experimental, Minimal
Label: Vanity Records
# Cat: vanity 0004
Released: 2015
Country: Europe
FLAC album: 1443 mb
MP3 album: 1574 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Electronic


1Voyage Au Bout De La Nuit
3Laughiñ In The Shadows
7Through The Glass
8Two Owls
9I Wanna Be A Homicide


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
vanity 0004Tolerance Anonym ‎(LP)Vanity Records vanity 0004Japan1979
vanity 0004Tolerance Anonym ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Vanity Records vanity 0004Unknown


  • EngineerNaoki Oku
  • Engineer [Assistant]Yoshiteru Mimura
  • Guitar [Effective Guitar]Masami Yoshikawa
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Toshimi Kamiya
  • ProducerYuzuru Agi
  • Synthesizer, Effects [Electronic Echo Unit], Piano, VoiceJunko Tange


Recorded & Mixed at studio osaka April 1979

dedicated to the quiet men from a tiny girl


  • Recorded At – Studio Sounds Creation
  • Mixed At – Studio Sounds Creation


Comments: (1)
As bootlegs go, this is about as bland as it gets. Generic white sleeve with artwork sheet pasted on (not the best print quality, but not the worst either). Labels are all black on both sides so you can only tell which side is which by the runout or by looking at how many tracks there are. Basically, a bootleg in the classic sense of the term. Pressing quality seems nice enough - I don't have an original copy to compare, but I'm not a stickler for that stuff either. I care more about the packaging and presentation, and while it may be a disappointment here, maybe the minimalistic approach is actually kind of fitting in a way. As an album, I personally neither like or dislike it, so this boot is in every way a solid 3/5 for me.
My friend label was actually working on a superb reissue of this album and had to let it go when the market was flooded with these bootlegs which doesn't help to carry on suffering to bring the public beautiful music with great packaging and sound.