Legendary debut album by Junko Tange (mystery woman who showed up on the NWW list), originally issued by Osaka's Vanity Records in 1979. Dadaesque recitations and sparse guitar, piano and electronic meanderings combine for a beguiling, hypnotic dreamworld. Anonym howcases Junko's quietly unnerving style of electro-acoustic, country-folk and avant-lounge jazz shadowplay that quietly reserves the right to sting nerves with hypnic jerks of atonality. It's one of those records that most palpably evokes the Lynchian sensation of inhabiting someone else's dreams, replete with the feeling that one maybe shouldn't be there, but we'll certainly stick around to see what happens. Officially licensed from the custodians of Yuzuru Agi's Vanity Records archives, this edition has been fully remastered from new transfers of the original analog tapes by Stephan Mathieu. Packaged in an old school, tip-on sleeve. Includes hi-res digital download.