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Digitalian Is Eating Breakfast
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studio album by Tetsuya Komuro
Released 9 December 1989
Recorded 1989
Genre Pop
Length 10 tracks
Label Epic-Sony Records
Producer(s) Tetsuya Komuro
Daisuke Hinata
Warren Cuccurullo related

Digitalian Is Eating Breakfast is an album by Japanese artist Tetsuya Komuro, released by Epic-Sony Records on 9 December 1989.

The album features Warren Cuccurullo.

About the albumEdit

The album is by Tetsuya Komuro, a singer, songwriter, producer and composer from Fuchu in Tokyo, Japan. The artist was a guest during Duran Duran's 1989 Tokyo show, playing a portable keyboard on "Get It On (Bang a Gong)".

The track "Shout" features Warren Cuccurullo performing guitar. "Hurray For Working Lovers" includes Stan Harrison on saxophone.

Digitalian Is Eating Breakfast is also the name of a 1989-90 tour by Tetsuya Komuro and a tour related DVD that includes Warren Cuccurullo on guitar and Sterling Campbell on drums. Both musicians were connected with Duran Duran at the time.

Track listingEdit

ESCB 1013Edit

  1. "Digitalian" (1:39)
  2. "Shout" (5:17)
  3. "Night Opera" (6:01)
  4. "I Want You Back" (4:46)
  5. "Gravity of Love" (5:39)
  6. "Hurray For Working Lovers" (5:18)
  7. "Never Cry For Me" (4:03)
  8. "Winter Dance" (5:53)
  9. "Running To Horizon" (4:53)
  10. "Christmas Chorus" (5:21)

SinglesEdit

  • "Running To Horizon" (28 October 1989)
  • "Gravity of Love" (17 Novemver 1989)
  • "Christmas Chorus" (12 January 1990)

PersonnelEdit

  • Tetsuya Komuro - Vocals, keyboards
  • Warren Cuccurullo - Guitar (track: 2)
  • Matsumoto Takahiro - Guitar (tracks: 4, 5, 9)
  • Noboru Takashi Kine - Acoustic guitar (track: 10)
  • Stan Harrison - Saxophone (track 6)

Production:

  • Steve Jackson - Mixing
  • Daisuke Hinata - Mixing (tracks: 1, 7)
  • Yasushi Hisashi Ji - Production assistant
  • Daisuke Hinata - Synclavier operator
  • GOH Hotoda - Recording engineer

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