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Haco

Haco
Country
Japan
Profile
Haco is a Japanese singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and sound artist, known for her work with After Dinner and Hoahio, among others.
Website
http://hacohaco.net
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (21)
Haco — Qoosui Haco — Qoosui
(Someone Good MSG016, 2017, CD)
Haco — Secret Garden Haco — Secret Garden
(Nuovo Immigrato NHC1001, 2015, CD)
Haco — Forever and Ever Haco — Forever and Ever
(Arcàngelo ARC-7352, 2011, CD)
Marcos Fernandes / Bill Horist — Jerks and Creeps Marcos Fernandes / Bill Horist — Jerks and Creeps
(Accretions ALP-046 CD, 2007, CD)
Haco — Riska Haco — Riska
(Arcàngelo ARC-1122, 2007, CD)
Haco / Hans Fjellestad / Jakob Riis / Marcos Fernandes — Haco Hans Jakob Marcos Haco / Hans Fjellestad / Jakob Riis / Marcos Fernandes — Haco Hans Jakob Marcos
(Accretions ALP-040 CD, 2006, CD)
Hoahio — Peek-Ara-Boo Hoahio — Peek-Ara-Boo
(Tzadik TZ 7245, 2004, CD)
Haco — Stereo Bugscope 00 Haco — Stereo Bugscope 00
(Improvised Music From Japan , 2004, CD)
Haco + Sakamoto Hiromichi — Ash in the Rainbow Haco + Sakamoto Hiromichi — Ash in the Rainbow
(ReR Megacorp HACO3, 2002, CD)
RonRuins — Big Shoes RonRuins — Big Shoes
(Magaibutsu MGC-20, 2001, CD)
Hoahio — Ohayo! Hoahio! Hoahio — Ohayo! Hoahio!
(Tzadik TZ 7230, 2000, CD)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. — Troubadours from Another Heavenly World Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. — Troubadours from Another Heavenly World
(PSFD-123, 2000, CD)
Haco — Happiness Proof Haco — Happiness Proof
(ReR Megacorp HACO2, 1999/2000, CD)
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. — Pataphisical Freak Out Mu!! Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. — Pataphisical Freak Out Mu!!
(P.S.F. Records PSFD-106, 1999, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita
(P-Vine PCD-5804, 1999, CD)
Hoahio — Happy Mail Hoahio — Happy Mail
(Amoebic AMO-HOA01, 1997, CD)
Haco — Haco Haco — Haco
(ReR Megacorp HACO1, 1995/1997, CD)
Fred Frith — Step across the Border Fred Frith — Step across the Border
(ReR Megacorp ReR/FRO 03, 1990/2002, CD)
After Dinner — Paradise of Replica After Dinner — Paradise of Replica
(ReR Megacorp ReR AD2, 1989/2002, CD)
After Dinner — Souvenir Cassette After Dinner — Souvenir Cassette
(ReR Megacorp ReRAD, 1988, MC)
After Dinner — After Dinner After Dinner — After Dinner
(ReR Megacorp ADCD1, 1984/1991, CD)

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