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Rashamon - Where Do You Get Off? album flac Performer: Rashamon
Title: Where Do You Get Off?
Style: Experimental
Released: 2004
MP3 album: 1813 mb
FLAC album: 1124 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MP4 AIFF VQF DTS AUD WAV MP2
Genre: Electronic

Frightened By The Familiar ‎(CD, Album). Where Do You Get Off? ‎ (CDr, EP). Passive/Aggressive.

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Rashomon study guide contains a biography of Ryunosuke Akutagawa, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. After a series of recent calamities hits the city of Kyōto, a servant seeks shelter from the rain under the deserted Rashōmon, Kyoto's southern gate. Having just been let go by his master, a samurai, he has no place to go. He contemplates becoming a thief to avoid his inevitable death, but is repulsed by this option. A pimple festers on his right cheek. Having nowhere to go, he ascends to the tower of the gate, where he finds a gaunt old woman crouched amid several corpses

The title Rashomon happens to name the ruined gate in Kyoto where, eventually, thieves and bandits hid themselves. It’s very much a place. But Kurosawa’s movie makes it something more: a state of being. This article was originally published as part of our Off Topic newsletter, where you get an original story delivered to your inbox each and every week.

Rashōmon is an insightful, cruel story, which holds a disturbing, convincing notion: that truth can be revealed as relative and partial, rather than absolute, and might change from one person to the next. Everything – simply everything – may depend on a point of view. Since the Rashōmon stands on Sujaku Avenue, a few other people at least, in sedge hat or nobleman’s headgear, might have been expected to be waiting there for a break in the rain storm. But no one was near except this man. For the past few years the city of Kyoto had been visited by a series of calamities, earthquakes, whirlwinds, and fires, and Kyoto had been greatly devastated. Old chronicles say that broken pieces of Buddhist images and other Buddhist objects, with their lacquer, gold, or silver leaf worn off, were heaped up on roadsides to be sold as firewood.

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Tracklist

1 Where Do You Get Off?
2 State Echoes/Wound Like A Wheel
3 Ador & Sleep Mighty
4 Lights On/Leaving Home

Credits

  • Guitar, Photography By – Seb Wyatt
  • Written-By, Producer – Lee Hume

Notes

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