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Masayoshi Takanaka, one of Japan’s leading super guitarists, highly acclaimed both in Japan and overseas has turned 53 years since his debut! His classic albums are remastered and released on color vinyl! His past reissues such as Rainbow Goblin and Brasilian Skies were sold out quickly and are already rare now. Before the reissues this time are gone and get rare, don’t miss the chance to stock copies for your stores! Titles Seychelles (LP, blue vinyl) – UPJY-9433 Takanaka (LP, […]

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Face Records carries new Japanese vinyl in addition to a large selection of secondhand vinyl that we wholesale. Due to the language barrier or the high minimum order quantity, it may occasionally be challenging for stores outside of Japan to stock new Japanese vinyl. No worry, we have fair minimum order quantities and English-speaking customer support. The popular and available products we now carry are listed below. Please sign up for our service or get in touch with us if you are int […]

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If you’re about to purchase Japanese vinyl, which genre comes to mind first? Audiophiles tend to lean towards the Japanese pressing of rock and jazz music. However, other genres such as soul/funk, Japanese jazz, and city pop are attracting new buyers. As Japanese record collectors tend to have an eclectic taste in music, the amount of Western music available on Japanese vinyl is endless. From Queen, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, Bob Marley, Run DMC, etc. Fac […]

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Have you ever seen or purchased a Japanese pressed vinyl record? If not, you may be missing out. Japanese pressed vinyl has obtained considerable interest over the years with a number of interesting facts that you may have never heard about. Face Records is an expert when it comes to Japanese pressings. We’re pleased to share with you the wonders of Japanese vinyl records. Why is Japanese pressing so special? Vintage Japanese pressings have gained a passionate following from audiophiles around t […]

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