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Susumu Yokota discography

Susumu Yokota is a Japanese electronic music composer. He has released under many aliases, often switching between different aliases for different record labels.

Susumu Yokota

Albums
EPs
  • Mix (2000)
  • Zero Remixes EP Vol. 1 (2000)
  • Zero Remixes EP Vol. 2 (2001)
  • Zero Remixes EP Vol. 3 (2001)
  • Arm (2002)
Singles
  • Blood of Angel (1998)
  • Future Memory (1999)
  • Come on My World (2000)
  • Could Heaven Ever Be Like This (2001)
  • King of Darkness (2002)
  • Rainbow Flag (2003)
Compilation
  • Skintone Collection (2007)

Anima Mundi

Albums
  • Anima Beat (1996)
EPs
  • Nebula (1996)

Ebi

Albums
  • Zen (1994)
  • Ten (1995)
EPs
  • Hi (1993)
  • Liveacid (1994)
  • Fat Shrimp (1995)

Prism

Albums
  • Metronome Melody (1995)
  • Fallen Angel (1997)
EPs
  • Metronome Melody (1996)
  • Fallen Angel Club Mix (1997)

Ringo

Albums
  • Plantation (1995)

Stevia

Albums
  • Fruit of the Room (1997)
  • Greenpeace (1998)

Ying & Yang

EPs
  • A Magic Cap in the Sky (1994)
  • Grand (1997)

Yokota

Albums
  • Frankfurt Tokyo Connection (1993)
  • Cat, Mouse and Me (1996)
  • Psychic Dance (2009)
Singles
  • Panicwaves (1994)
  • Wait for a Day (1997)
  • One Way (1997)

246

EPs
  • Vol. 1 (1994)
  • Vol. 2 (1995)

with Rothko

Albums
EPs
  • Waters Edge (2002)

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