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Sound Pressure Level

Sound Pressure Level
Studio album by MAZK
Released 1998 (1998)
Recorded 1997 at ICC/NTT Studios, Tokyo
Genre Noise
Length 55:17
Label OR
Producer Masami Akita & Zbigniew Karkowski
MAZK chronology
Sound Pressure Level
(1998)
湯島の白梅
(2001)

Sound Pressure Level the first album by the noise group MAZK.[1][2] It comes in a clear jewel case with no artwork, beneath the CD is a paper insert in the same shape. The artist and title are written as "MAZK SPL" on the disc and "Masami Akita & Zbigniew Karkowski – Sound Pressure Level" on the insert.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Visible" (Masami Akita, Zbigniew Karkowski) 10:51
2. "Transparent" (Akita) 24:27
3. "Exposed" (Karkowski) 19:59

Personnel

References

  1. ^ "MAZK - SPL (CD, Album)".  
  2. ^ "if2". OR. Retrieved March 24, 2012. 
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