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Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. - Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo album download
Title: Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo
Genre: Rock
Style:Noise, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock
Released: 2007
MP3 album szie: 1259 mb
FLAC album size: 1145 mb

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Japanese psychedelic rock band founded in 1995 by members of the Acid Mothers Temple soul-collective as a freak-out group for the 21st century, led by Kawabata Makoto. According to acidmothers. is for "underground freak out".

First the title: Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo is the central chant of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism, a distinctly Japanese form of the religion that is 750 years old; it is practiced in a most orthodox manner at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan, and is named after its founder, Nichiren Daishonin. What this has to do with the music is, in a sense, key - though the Acid Mothers have used Buddhist symbols in the past. The band begins its chanting - with new female vocalist Kitagawa Hao joining the fray. The tune, as with other Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso . releases following a similar aesthetic, unfolds gradually - very gradually - but gains in intensity as it does.

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1 Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo
Arranged By – Tsuyama*, Kawabata*Music By – Trad.*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Acid Mothers Temple


  • Alto Saxophone, Flute, Performer [Aesthetic Perverted Karman] – Ono Ryoko*
  • Artwork – Sachiko Kawabata*
  • Bass [Monster], Voice, Acoustic Guitar, Flute [One-legged], Alto Recorder, Performer [Cosmic Joker] – Tsuyama Atsushi*
  • Drums, Performer [Latino Cool] – Shimura Koji
  • Electric Guitar, Voice, Hurdy Gurdy, Acoustic Guitar, Glockenspiel, Tambura, Sarangi, Performer [Speed Guru], Producer, Engineer – Kawabata Makoto*
  • Mastered By – Yoshida Tatsuya*
  • Synthesizer, Voice, Performer [Dancin' King] – Higashi Hiroshi*
  • Voice, Performer [Hot Spice & Alcohol] – Kitagawa Hao*


Recorded Dec 06 - Jan 07

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  • Barcode: 6 60673 00472 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 68153AM-01 ACE-047 040407-12
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ZN1D
  • Other (moulded on hub): MCOM
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the attraction to this is supposedly that it's an updated rendition of a very old, traditional buddhist chant. what do buddhists think about people in canada listening to sacred music without even realizing that it's sacred music? because i didn't realize it was sacred for some time - not when i saw it live nor while i was listening to it, not until i read something that explained the significance of be blunt, the religious significance of the record means absolutely nothing to me, although it does explain the swastika on the disc, which i found a little confusing.....the assumption was immediately that the swastika has the solar/buddhist meaning and not it's other meaning and the content of the disc confirms this [given that the band is from japan and not, say, india.....any questions regarding the swastika on the disc are completely justified in my opinion. i really don't understand why more neutral symbols have not been presented as replacements for the swastika, which is now permanently tainted in the west and should be globally viewed in the same way, but i would like to be clear that every indication is that the intended meaning of this swastika is as a solar buddhist symbol of peace and not a german cross or a racist symbol of hate.]. nonetheless, what i hear is something fairly repetitive, aimless, almost pointless. it's 65 minutes of one riff over and over and over, it's full of atonal chanting that (to a western mind) may be reminiscent of something gregorian, it's loaded with floored guitar effects pedals feeding back into driven monitors.....and it's one slab of structureless sound that is not written or orchestrated or even improvised. the idea is that its supposed to be channelled. it is neither separated by track names nor by movements. as far as i can hear it's quite literally an hour of pointless, structureless, aimless noise that could have just as easily been created by letting a couple of rodents crawl over some diodes, or setting up a computer to randomly generate noise. the human aspect of this is nearly non existent - but that's the point because the music is supposed to be, the religious aspect may explain all of this, but it doesn't mean anything to somebody that doesn't follow the, if you're a buddhist, then perhaps this may have some special meaning and it might blow your mind. but if you're not a buddhist then this is not recommended at all. i picked it up as a souvenir of the show i saw them perform, and i will say that the opening band (mammatus) even blew them off of the stage! the record is not awful. it works as something in the background. it's just boring for active listening. maybe there are better acid mothers records; i certainly hope that there are, but none of what i've downloaded is much better either, so i have no recommendations for this band at this point other than to stay away from this record.......unless you're a buddhist or an anthropologist.
this is the worst thing I've read in a long time. although i quit reading at the word "channelled."
Buddhists do not mind if Canadians listen to sacred sounds without realizing it! Not in the least! And, Buddhists do not mind if musicians use sacred mantra in their music, as long as they use the actual sound and not something jumbled.However, Acid Mothers Temple are not Buddhist, and neither is the mantra on this CD. It is just a hodge-podge of whatever, and leaps precariously into Hari Krishna chant for example. It's very playful and really quite meaningless.What you think about the music is your own free opinion, but just to clarify - it's psychedelic rock, not Buddhist liturgy._______________________________________On the other hand, the swastika is actulally not tainted throughout the entire west ... in Germany, yes, generally in Europe perhaps, and among many individuals anywhere - but that is a shame. It is not a "solar" symbol, but rather than discuss that - even in America it is considered quite normal and benign, at least when not contextualized in the false (fascistic / racist) way. They are quite openly used, as they should be, on public shrines. And I disagree with you on this point very much - why should the whole world find permanent shame in an ancient symbol that was used in an incorrect context for a short time, no matter how badly? From what I know of AMT, they would do this not for a Buddhist aim, but to challenge your perception and prejudice.