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Mar 29, · Geinoh Yamashirogumi "Osorezan / Dou No Kenbai" Japan Psych, Experimental (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope) In the last minutes the music is calm and low-volume with soft vocals and bells. This part reminds me to the Tibetan Suite of Lucia Hwong (who I have suggested for inclusion on PA.). At the end the voice of the priestess, I imagine, resurrects us like she’s Author: Johnkatsmc5. GEINOH YAMASHIROGUMI Reviews. "Osorezan (Mountain of Fear)" is not an easy song. It opens with a scream like Eugene was really hitting Waters with an axe, then after a drums interlude we find a long chord full of harmonics, then bass and voices like in Vangelis' Heaven . Geinoh Yamashirogumi. They are known for both their faithful re-creations of folk music from around the world, as well as their fusion of various traditional musical styles with modern instrumentation and synthesizers. For example, in the s, MIDI digital synthesizers could not handle the tuning systems of traditional gamelan music.