|A1||Overture Of 'Too'||0:47|
|A2||Reaching For The Stars
Vocals – Incognito
Rap – Verbal
|B1||The King Of Pleasure||7:20|
|B2||Philosophy (Full Spoken Mix)||4:44|
|C2||Days & Days||4:56|
|C3||Reaching For The Stars (Reprise)||1:28|
|D2||Never Ever (Extra Vocal Mix)||5:57|
|CTCR-14238||Fantastic Plastic Machine||Too (CD, Album, Copy Prot.)||Cutting Edge||CTCR-14238||Japan||2003|
|CTCR-14238||Fantastic Plastic Machine||Too (CD, Album, Copy Prot., Blu)||Cutting Edge||CTCR-14238||Japan||2003|
Too (Fantastic Plastic Machine album). Too (sometimes stylized as too) is the fourth studio album by Fantastic Plastic Machine. It was released on February 26, 2003. It peaked at number 35 on the Oricon Albums Chart. It includes contributions from Incognito, Verbal, Maki Takamiya, Ryohei Yamamoto, Coralie Clément, and Ward E. Sexton.
The Fantastic Plastic Machine is the debut studio album by Japanese musician Fantastic Plastic Machine. It was released on October 10, 1997 in Japan by Readymade Records. The album was later released on April 24, 1998 in Europe by Bungalow Records and on September 15, 1998 in the United States by Emperor Norton Records. The Fantastic Plastic Machine draws from several musical styles, including bossa nova, 1960s French pop, and electronica.
Luxury is the second studio album by Japanese musician Fantastic Plastic Machine. It was released on September 14, 1998 by Readymade Records in Japan, and later by Bungalow Records in Europe and Emperor Norton Records in the United States.
Too (styled in lowercase as too) is the fourth album by Fantastic Plastic Machine and the follow-up to beautiful. It was recorded in Never Ever Studios in Tokyo. Performances on the album include the voice actor Ward E. Sexton, the British acid jazz band Incognito and the French singer Coralie Clément. Why Not?" "The King of Pleasure".
Listen to music from Fantastic Plastic Machine like Theme of Luxury, Dear Mr. Salesman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fantastic Plastic Machine. Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中知之, tanaka tomoyuki) is a J-pop artist/DJ, better known by his stage name of Fantastic Plastic Machine.
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Along with Matador's Pizzicato Five compilations and Cornelius' brilliant Fantasma, Fantastic Plastic Machine ranks as one of the best albums to come out of the Japanese club-pop movement.
Fantastic Plastic Machine. Nombre real: 田中 知之 (TANAKA Tomoyuki).