1.0 (album)

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1.0
Black Rain - 1.0.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 25, 1995 (1995-07-25)
Studio
Various
    • Current Sounds
    • (New York City, New York)
    • Shimokawa Studio
    • (New York City, New York)
    • Water Studios
    • (New York City, New York)
Genre
Length63:03
LabelFifth Colvmn
Producer
  • Stuart Argabright
  • Chaz Cardoza
  • Thom Furtado
  • Shinichi Shimokawa
Black Rain chronology
Black Rain
(1993)
1.0
(1995)
Nanarchy
(1996)

1.0 is the debut studio album by Black Rain, released on July 25, 1995 by Fifth Colvmn Records.[1] The album was originally intended to be used as the score for the 1995 film Johnny Mnemonic by Robert Longo.

Reception[edit]

Sonic Boom said "the music does a much better job of backing up the film than the actual soundtrack does" and said "regardless of whither or not you enjoyed Johnny Mnemonic I suggest you pick up this soundtrack."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Stuart Argabright, Chaz Cardoza, Thom Furtado and Shinichi Shimokawa.

No.TitleLength
1."Memory Johnny"3:38
2."Lo Tek"1:14
3."Brain Drop"2:32
4."Night City.Tokyo"6:11
5."Arcade One"0:43
6."Lo Tek Bridge"2:40
7."Now I'm Just a Number"11:31
8."Biotechno 1"6:12
9."Biotechno 2"4:30
10."Lo Tek Musicm"4:54
11."Lo Tek Bridge Two"4:55
12."Metal Rain"3:46
13."C-Factor"4:29
14."Brain Drop" (Remix)2:15
15."Memory Rain"3:32

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from the 1.0 liner notes.[3]

Black Rain

  • Stuart Argabright – instruments, mixing, production
  • Chaz Cardoza – instruments, production, mixing
  • Thom Furtado – instruments, production, mixing
  • Shinichi Shimokawa – instruments, mixing (1-12, 14, 15), production

Production and design

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
United States 1995 Fifth Colvmn CD 9868-63193

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Black Rain: 1.0 > Overview". AllMusic. Retrieved September 4, 2020.
  2. ^ Christian, Chris (September 1995). "Black Rain: 1.0". Sonic Boom. 3 (6). Retrieved September 4, 2020.
  3. ^ 1.0 (booklet). Black Rain. Washington, DC: Fifth Colvmn Records. 1994.CS1 maint: others (link)

External links[edit]