Emperor Tomato Ketchup

StereolabJanuary 1, 1996
Progressive/Art Rock℗ 1996 Duophonic UHF Disks
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Emperor Tomato Ketchup is the fourth studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. It was first released on 18 March 1996 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic Records and on 9 April 1996 in the United States by Elektra Records. The album takes its name from the 1971 experimental film Tomato Kecchappu Kōtei by Japanese author and director Shūji Terayama, whilst the artwork is inspired by the sleeve of a 1964 recording of composer Béla Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra by the Bamberg Symphony conducted by Heinrich Hollreiser.
Two singles were released from Emperor Tomato Ketchup: "Cybele's Reverie" and "Metronomic Underground." A video was released for "The Noise of Carpet."

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Songs
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Metronomic Underground7:54
2
Cybele's Reverie4:40
3
Percolator3:47
4
Les Yper-Sound4:05
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Spark Plug2:29
6
Olv 265:42
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The Noise Of Carpet3:05
8
Tomorrow Is Already Here4:56
9
Emperor Tomato Ketchup4:37
10
Monstre Sacre3:44
11
Motoroller Scalatron3:48
12
Slow Fast Hazel3:53
13
Anonymous Collective4:32
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Additional Information

Tracks
13
Released
April 5, 1996
Label
℗ 1996 Duophonic UHF Disks
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
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Playback information
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