Japan ‎– Obscure Alternatives (1978)

Obscure Alternatives is the second album by English funk-rock/art-rock band Japan, released in October 1978 on Hansa.

Tracklist:
A1. Automatic Gun” (4:07)
A2. “…Rhodesia” (6:48)
A3. “Love Is Infectious” (4:10)
A4. “Sometimes I Feel So Low” (3:46)
B1. “Obscure Alternatives” (6:50)
B2. “Deviation” (3:23)
B3. “Suburban Berlin” (4:59)
B4. “The Tenant” (7:14)

Credits:
David Sylvian – lead vocals, guitar, mixing
Rob Dean – guitar, backing vocals, mixing
Richard Barbieri – synthesizer, keyboards, mixing
Mick Karn – bass, backing vocals, saxophone, mixing
Steve Jansen – drums, backing vocals, percussion, mixing

Ray Singer – production, mixing

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