High Rise was a noise rock band from Tokyo, Japan formed in 1982. The core of the band has consisted of bassist Asahito Nanjo and guitarist Munehiro Narita. The group named themselves after the 1975 novel High Rise by J. G. Ballard High Rise. High Rise were originally performing under the name Psychedelic Speed Freaks and contained members Masashi Mitani, Asahito Nanjo, Munehiro Narita, and Ikuro Takahashi. They decided to change their name at the advice of .
BPM Profile High Rise II. Album starts at 187BPM, ends at BPM (-187), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by High Rise.
When High Rise II first came out in Japan in 1986, it was hard to find in either the . or Europe; however, the album finally came out in the . when Squealer reissued it in late 1998. 1 Cycle Goddess High Rise 0:50. 2 Turn You Cry High Rise 3:1. 3 Cotton Top High Rise 4:15. 4 Last Rites High Rise 2:44. 5 Wipe Out High Rise 5:9. 6 Pop Sicle High Rise 13:6.
High Rise officially came together in 1982, centered around bassist and vocalist Asahito Nanjo and guitarist Munehiro Narita. Both grew up listening to imported Western music-Nanjo obsessed with any soundtrack he could find, Narita exposed to the Doors, Pink Floyd and Wilson Pickett among others via an uncle-before venturing into even more eclectic territory, developing a playing style heavily shaped by groups like Grand Funk Railroad and Blue Cheer They renamed themselves High Rise-after . Ballard's 1975 novel-and in 1984 put out Psychedelic Speed Freaks, their first album and the accidental namesake of Ikeezumi’s fledgling label. High Rise, though, set the template for future PSF groups, if not sonically than at least in attitude.
High Rise is the first studio EP by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released on October 8, 2013 through Play Pen, LLC. It is the first release by the band without former lead vocalist Scott Weiland, who was fired from the band in February 2013.
Producer – High Rise (2). Words By – Asahito Nanjo. Special thanks: Hiroshi Yokoyama. Liner note are dated 1992. Matrix, Runout: EC432A PSFD-026. High Rise (2). Dispersion (LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ltd, RE). Squealer.