A1 You Go On Natural 4:30
A2 I'm Waiting For You 3:35
A3 The Guard of Sensitivity 3:06
A4 Heavy Feeling In My Mind 6:08
B1 Make It Together 3:27
B2 Caroline Calls Me 3:43
B3 Let's Find Our Bright Speed Again 4:54
B4 Morning Song 6:42
First official reissue, remastered from master tapes.
Recorded in 1981, Dance by Earthling is a cornerstone seminal album of Nippon new wave and synth-pop.
The group called their first album DANCE to express the fullest flowers of rhythmic movement, attending to both physical and spiritual needs.
Earthling consisted of the couple: lead vocalist/guitarist John, bass guitarist Yoko Fujiwara, plus keyboard/sythesizer player Jin Haijama.
The group was formed in Tokyo in 1979 when John and Yoko, who had been fashion and textile designers, felt the desire to give the music they'd written a more permanent environment.
The sound of Earthling reinforces the subtle and sensitive connections which link modern music to dance to, with hints of synth-pop, top notch new wave and heavy punkish vocals.
Fun fact: "You go on Natural" became a well-known banger in the late 80s in La Ruta Destroy in Valencia, championed by local djs back then.
Please note that the artwork was produced at a local Madrid-based printing house to maintain the same aesthetics as the original copies, maintaining the die-cut with the iconic six holes, displaying the blue color from the inner sleeve.