More upbeat and with far greater detail than the debut, Iaora Tahiti proves Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma haven't stood still. The pair's fondness for all things lo-fi follows them here, but just as evident is a depth and punch lacking in their earlier material.
Mouse on Mars is an electronic music duo formed in Germany in 1993, consisting of Jan St. Werner from Cologne and Andi Toma from Düsseldorf. Their music is a blend of electronic genres including IDM, dub, krautrock, breakbeat, and ambient, featuring heavy use of organic analog synth and cross-frequency modulation. Their music also features live instrumentation including strings, horns, drums, bass and guitar. Their second album, Iaora Tahiti, has a much more playful feel and encompasses a wider variety of electronic dance genres. Over the years, their sound has increased in warmth, playfulness and what the duo term "fantastic analysis".
Complete your Mouse On Mars collection. An absolute masterpiece of an album. Mouse on Mars have always received accolades and praise for their work over the years, but arguably not enough it still sounds fresh. Playful, melodic, complex, erratic, simple and beautiful, it is all of these things and more. I would love to know what hardware and software Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma were using to build and structure such amazing sounds during the creation of this album
Iaora Tahiti (CD, Album). Addiction Records, Too Pure. Werner and Andi Toma were using to build and structure such amazing sounds during the creation of this album.
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Iaora Tahiti is the second studio album by German electronica duo Mouse on Mars. It was released in 1995. In 2003, Pitchfork placed Iaora Tahiti at number 67 on its "Top 100 Albums of the 1990s" list. All tracks written by Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma, except where noted. Jan St. Werner – composition, arrangement, production.
Album · 1995 · 13 Songs. Iaora Tahiti Mouse On Mars. Listen on Apple Music.
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Drums – Wolfgang FlürVoice – Nobuko Sugai
|3||Saturday Night Worldcup Fieber||4:19|
Pedal Steel Guitar – Bodo Staiger
|13||Die Innere Orange
Narrator – Harald Sack Ziegler
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Too Pure
- Copyright (c) – Rough Trade Records GmbH
- Marketed By – Rough Trade
- Distributed By – Rough Trade
- Artwork [Artwork, Video] – Éric Bernaud
- Drums – Dodo Nkishi (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 7)
- Mastered By – Ulf Horbelt
- Producer, Arranged By – Andi Toma, Jan St. Werner
NotesRecorded with Dilbo Roundsystem. Published by Warner/Chappell.
Licensed from Too Pure (PURE 48 CD). In jewel case.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 016554 704825
- Barcode (String): 5016554704825
- Matrix / Runout: [DADC Austria logo] A0000018132-0101 21 A2
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94D9
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 5661
|PURE 48||Mouse On Mars||Iaora Tahiti (LP, Album)||Too Pure||PURE 48||UK & Europe||1995|
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|9 43056-4, 4-43056||Mouse On Mars||Iaora Tahiti (Cass, Album)||American Recordings, Too Pure||9 43056-4, 4-43056||US||1995|
|TKCB-71278||Mouse On Mars||Iaora Tahiti (CD, Album, RE)||Tokuma Japan Communications||TKCB-71278||Japan||1997|
|Si14||Mouse On Mars||Iaora Tahiti (Cass, Album, RE)||Sound Improvement||Si14||Poland||2000|