Releases: Albums

Six/Nine

Six/Nine

release date: May 15, 1995
re-release date: September 21, 1995
company: Victor/Invitation
formats: CD (VICL-654)
initial price: ¥3000
goodies: promo flats may have been given with the first copies sold; some may have received this poster; the first pressing was in a clear purple case with a bonus sticker, then red cases (or maybe the red cases were first), then clear cases

digital remaster info: September 19, 2002 (VICL-60989; cover image) for ¥2415

remaster reissue info: September 5, 2007 (VICL-62549 for ¥2520)

Tracklisting

  1. Loop (Sakurai/Imai/arranged by Buck-Tick, produced by Imai)
  2. Love Letter (Imai/Imai)
  3. Kimi No Vanilla (Sakurai/Imai)
  4. Kodo (Sakurai/Imai)
  5. Kagiri Naku Nezumi (Sakurai/Imai)
  6. Rakuen (Inori Negai) (Sakurai/Hoshino)
  7. Hosoi Sen (Sakurai/Hoshino)
  8. Somewhere Nowhere (Sakurai/Imai/arranged by Imai & Kazutoshi Yokoyama, produced by Imai)
  9. Aikawarazu No "Are" No Katamari Ga Nosabaru Hedo No Soko No Fuki Damari (Imai/Imai)
  10. Detarame Yarou (Sakurai/Imai & Sakurai)
  11. Misshitsu (Sakurai/Hoshino)
  12. Kick (Daichi Wo Keru Otoko) (Sakurai/Imai)
  13. Itoshi No Rock Star (Sakurai/Hoshino)
  14. Uta (Sakurai/Imai)
  15. Mienai Mono Wo Miyou To Suru Gokai    Subete Gokai Da (Sakurai/Imai)
  16. Loop Mark II (Imai/arranged by Buck-Tick, produced by Imai)

2002 digital remaster first pressing extra tracks:

Credits

Atsushi Sakurai: vocals, backing vocals, sax
Hisashi Imai: guitars, noise, vox, backing vocals
Hidehiko Hoshino: guitars, keyboards
Yutaka Higuchi: bass
Toll Yagami: drums, percussion

additional musicians:
Susanne Bramson: backing vocals & arrangement
recorded by Gary Stout at Master Rock Studios
U.K. coordination by Lynne Hobday (Sam U.K.)
Aska Strings: electric & acoustic violin, arrangement
Kazutoshi Yokoyama: keyboards, programming, manipulate
Issay (by the courtesy of BMG Victor): vocal
Ikuo Kakehashi: tabla

all songs arranged by Buck-Tick except where noted
produced by Buck-Tick except where noted

recorded & mixed by: Hitoshi Hiruma
additional engineers: Hirohito Fujishima; Shinichi Ishizuka
assistant engineers: Kenichi Arai; Hiroshi Tanigawa
recorded & mixed at: Sound Sky Studio; Sound Sky Kawana; Sound Atelier; Aobadai Studio; Avaco Studio; Cats Studio; Master Rock Studios; Crescente Studio
mastering edit: Kazushige Yamazaki
director: J. Tanaka
promotor: Naoki Toyoshima; Yoshinari Shimizu
artist management: Shaking Hands, Inc.; Hajime Shimokawa; Tsutomu Kizawa
guitar & bass technician: Kazutaka Minemori
drum technicians & tuner: Mitsuhiro Shiga; Shigeo Azami
executive producers: Takafumi Muraki; Osamu Takagi

art direction & design: Ken Sakaguchi
the origin of the cover visual JERK FACE: Robert Longo
artist photography: M-Hasui
CG operator: Ezima
design: Doi Hiroaki, Hiroaki Saito
styling: Tomoharu Yagi
hair & make-up: Takayuki Tanizaki
coordination: Masahiro Tomioka; Yuichiro Soshi

special thanks: Fernandes, Greco, Ludwig, Hook Up, Bow's Guitar Gallery, Trans World, Shozo Shimura, Kazuyuki Arai, Akio Matsuki (Ishibashi Gakki), Toshihiro Nara, Hurrys Toya, Theory Studio

origin of the cover photo: Study for Jerk Face One, 1984/©courtesy Metro Pictures / Robert Longo / Arranged by Uniphoto Press

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