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Nobukazu Takemura

Nobukazu Takemura
Country
Japan
Profile
竹村延和 (Takemura Nobukazu, born August 26th, 1968, Osaka, Japan) is an electronic artist and producer.
Website
http://nobukazutakemura.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Nobukazu Takemura — Hoshi no Koe Nobukazu Takemura — Hoshi no Koe
(Thrill Jockey thrill094, 2001, CD)
Nobukazu Takemura — Sign Nobukazu Takemura — Sign
(Thrill Jockey 12.20, 2001, CD+CDR)
Jansen / Barbieri / Takemura — Changing Hands Jansen / Barbieri / Takemura — Changing Hands
(Medium Productions MPCD6, 1997, CD)

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