Omnibus / URC Singles Vol.1
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Out of print
[List of songs]
 (1) Imjin river (mutation factory) (2) Limousine gun (mutation factory) (3) Don't grow big (Trin Cone (Song) (4) If it becomes peaceful (Trin Korn Son) (5) Large ・ Digest version 300 million yen robbery trap (Takada Watanabe) (6) Large ・ Digest version 300 million yen robbery trap (Live) (Takada Watt) (7) Turnover (Takada Watt) (8) Train problem (Takada Watt) (9) Let me send you by mail-Nayatsu (Nishioka Takashi) (10) Boring change- My pocket is empty (Takashi Nishioka) (11) My favorite city (Hideko Fujiwara) (12) This road (Nakagawa Sajin) (13) Friend (The Mush) (14) Boy's picture (The Mush) ( 15) Father's Return (Red Bird) (16) Takeda Lullaby (Red Bird)  (1) Desert (Takashi Nishioka) (2) Forest and Owl (Takashi Nishioka) (3) Orthodox Folk Song ( Gomori Komori) (4) Youth campus (Komori (People) (5) Story of Akuma (secret society XX cult) (6) Alice (secret society XX cult) (7) Naokaka (Ballers) (8) In this wide ocean (Ballers) (9) Ho Ji-Min's Ballad (Tomoya Takaishi) (10) Vietnam Sky (Tomoya Takaishi) (11) Hitman's Blues (Nakagawa Goro) (12) Uta (Gochu Nakagawa) (13) Bloody Dove (Five Red (Balloons) (14) Like a Flood (Five Red Balloons) (15) Expulsion Song (Resting Country) (16) Fun Fun People (Resting Country) (17) Nine Birds (Yamato Orochi) (18 ) The world without tomorrow (Yamata no Orochi) (19) Muddy to the waist (Goro Nakagawa) (20) Sweetheart, come by the bed (Goro Nakagawa)
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[Comments from the CD audition]
The first of the best two-disc series that includes singles released on the URC label. The original jacket is reproduced in CD size. It is a collection of folk songs with a message that makes you feel the era of the late 1960s, and is a testimony of the era.
[Comments on new CDs]
A compilation album that selected works by representative artists from all URC label singles that started in 1969. The air of the 70s is here. A work that younger generations want to listen to.