Planned Penetration by Kozo, released 28 March 2000 1. Room Service 2. Chickin 3. Camouflage 4. Touch 5. Recycler 6. Power Station B 7. Voodoo 8. Illumination 9. Fieldwork 10. Chocolate 11. Escape 12. Power Station A 'Planned Penetration' by Kozo swanky experimental breakbeats. meet downtempo, gritty lounge vibes Planned Penetration is the genius of thirty-something Japanese trumpet and electronics player Kozo Ikeno. It was composed and performed entirely by Kozo and recorded at his Denki-Rappa studio in Yokohama. Experimental breakbeats, smokey downtempo lounge vibes.
Kozo – Planned Penetration. Label: Waveform Records – 99102-2. Performer, Composed By – Kozo Ikeno. Photography By, Design – Pierre.
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Planned Penetration is an ambitious effort that fails to live up to its potential. Just when the disc is ready to grab on, he struts out an off-key trumpet that misses by miles. About one fourth of this disc works.
Kozo Ikeno: Planned Penetration. Most folks see chill-out music as a stress moderator, a stiff-ass brandy after an g-to-everybody workday. Japanese trumpeter Kozo Ikeno’s take on chill-out music is more like a Demerol cocktail. On Planned Penetration he floats wistful lines (think Miles without the melody or wit), over heavy-lidded beats (yawn) that sometimes sound downright amateurish. Worse, the tracks all tread the same sleepy ground. Here, you can’t even find relief through the advance button; the best thing to do is hit eject.
kozo - planned penetration - 2000 breakbeat, acid jazz, downtempo. Power Station B. 5:49. Paul recalls, "We hit it off musically and we both had warped senses of humour, so that helped. The pair released their first full-length album,, the following year. This released was based on organic grooves and deep, near subsonics. 1999 saw the release of Horchata/Ocosi, a collaborative effort with New Hampshire’s dark side musicologist Horchata.
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