JAPAN group the Boredoms — who meld punk/hardcore frenzy, the cosmic free-form of Sunlight Ra’s Arkestra and downright silliness — was founded in the principle that the average person members could not be limited to one band. Guitarist Yamamoto Seiichi, who became a member of the Boredoms in 1986, provides embraced this idea to a dizzying level, having been involved with as much as nine tasks simultaneously. (Being a parallel to his music profession, Yamamoto is definitely working the Osaka, Japan membership Bears, which is kind of Osaka’s edition of CBGB.) Omoide Hatoba is certainly one particular non-Boredoms venture, offering Yamamoto with an shop for noise tests and extended electric guitar freakouts. As the prolific character of the group attests, that is much more than a side task for Yamamoto; the group provides served being a principal shop for the guitarist’s even more abstract compositions. Omoide Hatoba debuted using the record Daiongaku in 1990, pursuing that with Suchi Joe in 1991. 1992’s Dark Hawaii represents a number of the group’s finest function — and carries a cover edition of Nation Joe as well as the Fish’s “FEEL JUST LIKE I’m Fixin’ to Pass away Rag.” (At least that’s their tale and they’re sticking with it; the listener may possess trouble discerning the tune.) Mantako arrived in 1994, as the follow-up, 1995’s Kinsei, found the group’s lineup extended beyond a trio, with sax and tuba augmenting the audio.