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Sound Museum
Studio album by Towa Tei
Released 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Electronica
Label Elektra Records
Producer Towa Tei
Professional reviews
Towa Tei chronology
Future Listening!
(1995)
Sound Museum
(1998)
Sweet Robots Against the Machine
(1999)

Sound Museum is the second solo album from Japanese electronic musician Towa Tei, released in 1998.

Similar to his debut album Future Listening!, Sound Museum incorporates a variety of musical genres, including electronic, hip-hop and jazz. Also included is a bossa nova cover version of Daryl Hall and John Oates' number-one hit from 1981 "Private Eyes". The first single "Happy" contains a sample of "Velas" by Quincy Jones.

Collaborators on Sound Museum include Kylie Minogue, Biz Markie, Amel Larrieux, Bahamadia, Mos Def, Bebel Gilberto and Yavahn.

Track listing

  1. "The Sound Museum" (Tei)
  2. "Time After Time" (Larrieux, Tei, Viv)
  3. "Happy" (Bahamadia, Tei, Viv)
  4. "BMT" (Biz Markie, Mos Def, Tei)
  5. "Higher" (Tei, Yavahn)
  6. "Corridor" (Tei)
  7. "GBI (German Bold Italic)" (Minogue, Tei)
  8. "Tamilano" (Tei)
  9. "Private Eyes" (Allen, Allen, Hall, Pash)
  10. "Everything We Do Is Music"(Tei)

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