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|title=<center>Trigger Label</center>
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|status=<span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found'''</span>
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A small handful of labels run by the prolific Kazunao Nagata, future founder of Transonic Records. Releases included music by artists that have also worked on video games (e.g. Tomonori Sawada with Sega games such as Jet Set Radio Future and Sonic Free Riders) and other Japanese musicians of varying significance.
 
A small handful of labels run by the prolific Kazunao Nagata, future founder of Transonic Records. Releases included music by artists that have also worked on video games (e.g. Tomonori Sawada with Sega games such as Jet Set Radio Future and Sonic Free Riders) and other Japanese musicians of varying significance.
  
Nearly all releases across these three labels are lost media, as they were seemingly released in very limited quantities on tape cassette. This includes 20 cassettes on Trigger Label (in addition to one VHS cassette), 9 on Trip Out Tapes, and one on Trinity Label. A few releases have been found (see Gallery) and a small number of others are documented on Discogs, the majority are completely lost however, with some Twitter users seemingly owning a few. Kazunao Nagata was contacted for information on the labels’ releases, however he did not have any remaining tapes himself.
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'''Nearly all releases across these three labels are lost''', as they were seemingly released in very limited quantities on tape cassette. This includes 20 cassettes on Trigger Label (in addition to one VHS cassette), 9 on Trip Out Tapes, and one on Trinity Label. A few releases have been found (see Gallery) and a small number of others are documented on Discogs, the majority are completely lost however, with some Twitter users seemingly owning a few. Kazunao Nagata was contacted for information on the labels’ releases, however he did not have any remaining tapes himself.
  
== Catalog ==
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==Catalog==
=== Trigger Label (1990-1993)===
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===Trigger Label (1990-1993)===
 
TRG-001 (1990-05) - "Speedy Clean Campaign" - V.A.
 
TRG-001 (1990-05) - "Speedy Clean Campaign" - V.A.
  
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No Cat# - "Trigger Video Tracks" (VHS) – V.A.
 
No Cat# - "Trigger Video Tracks" (VHS) – V.A.
  
=== Trip Out Tapes (1994-1996) ===
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===Trip Out Tapes (1994-1996)===
 
TRP-001 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 1" - Organization
 
TRP-001 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 1" - Organization
  
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TRP-009 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 3 -On Stage-" - Organization
 
TRP-009 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 3 -On Stage-" - Organization
  
=== Trinity Label (1994-1995)===
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===Trinity Label (1994-1995)===
 
TRN-001 (1994-04) - "Trinity (1/3)" – V.A.
 
TRN-001 (1994-04) - "Trinity (1/3)" – V.A.
  
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‡Releases TRN-14001, TRN-25001. and TRN-25002 were CD releases and as such are fairly easy to find; found media
 
‡Releases TRN-14001, TRN-25001. and TRN-25002 were CD releases and as such are fairly easy to find; found media
  
== Gallery ==
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==Gallery==
=== Videos ===
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===Videos===
 
 
 
{{Video|perrow  =3
 
{{Video|perrow  =3
 
   |service1    =youtube
 
   |service1    =youtube
   |id1          =https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygEpQITVk18
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   |id1          =v=ygEpQITVk18
 
   |description1 =YouTube upload of the only found tape, ''Vagabond Uni-Vibe''.
 
   |description1 =YouTube upload of the only found tape, ''Vagabond Uni-Vibe''.
 
   |service2    =youtube
 
   |service2    =youtube
   |id2          =https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wupkO2zN7zs
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   |id2          =v=wupkO2zN7zs
 
   |description2 =Upload of the compilation CD ''Best of Trigger Tracks''.
 
   |description2 =Upload of the compilation CD ''Best of Trigger Tracks''.
 
   |service3    =youtube
 
   |service3    =youtube
   |id3          =https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0BsRsRIsZw
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   |id3          =v=w0BsRsRIsZw
 
   |description3 =Sample song by Mind Design likely on the release TRG-015.
 
   |description3 =Sample song by Mind Design likely on the release TRG-015.
 
}}
 
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===Posters===
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<gallery mode=packed heights=175px>
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TriggerLabel-DelicFanzinePromo.jpg|Scan from the fanzine Delic, supplied by user wwwmaster on Discogs.
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TriggerLabel-TripOut.jpg|Promotional poster from Trip Out Tapes showing some of the earlier releases.
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TriggerLabel-TripOut2.jpg|Another promotional poster from Trip Out Tapes showing some of the later releases.
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</gallery>
  
=== Posters ===
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[[Category:Lost music]]
 
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[[Category:Partially found media]]
    <gallery mode=packed heights=175px>
 
    TriggerLabel-DelicFanzinePromo.jpg|Scan from the fanzine Delic, supplied by user wwwmaster on Discogs.
 
    TriggerLabel-TripOut.jpg|Promotional poster from Trip Out Tapes showing some of the earlier releases.
 
    TriggerLabel-TripOut2.jpg|Another promotional poster from Trip Out Tapes showing some of the later releases.
 
    </gallery>
 
 
 
    {{InfoboxLost
 
    |title=<center>Trigger Label</center>
 
    |image=TriggerLabel-Logos.png
 
    |imagecaption=The logos for each label.
 
    |status=<span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found'''</span>
 
    }}
 

Revision as of 18:22, 26 April 2021

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TriggerLabel-Logos.png

The logos for each label.

Status: Partially Found

A small handful of labels run by the prolific Kazunao Nagata, future founder of Transonic Records. Releases included music by artists that have also worked on video games (e.g. Tomonori Sawada with Sega games such as Jet Set Radio Future and Sonic Free Riders) and other Japanese musicians of varying significance.

Nearly all releases across these three labels are lost, as they were seemingly released in very limited quantities on tape cassette. This includes 20 cassettes on Trigger Label (in addition to one VHS cassette), 9 on Trip Out Tapes, and one on Trinity Label. A few releases have been found (see Gallery) and a small number of others are documented on Discogs, the majority are completely lost however, with some Twitter users seemingly owning a few. Kazunao Nagata was contacted for information on the labels’ releases, however he did not have any remaining tapes himself.

Catalog[edit | edit source]

Trigger Label (1990-1993)[edit | edit source]

TRG-001 (1990-05) - "Speedy Clean Campaign" - V.A.

TRG-002 (1991-02) - "Tapes" - Organization

TRG-003 (1991-01) - "DEP'T-SK VER.1.00" - DEP'T-SK

TRG-004 (1991-02) - "死人に口なしO-TISM" - O-TISM

TRG-006R (1993-09) - "+#1-" - Nina-Noho

TRG-007R (1993-07) - "Products Plus" - B-2DEP'T

TRG-008 (1992-08) - "TRIGGER-2" - V.A.

TRG-009R (1993-09) - "73 オーガニゼーション" - Organization

TRG-010 (1992-12) - "Trigger+Rare+Tracks" – V.A.

TRG-011 (1993-04) - "Sounds in Space" – Organization

TRG-012 (1993-06) - "GPP" - GPP

TRG-013 (1993-07) - "Linea Aerodinamiga 3 RE-XCY" - Chelly Chu

TRG-014 (1993-10) - "DATA" - DVP

TRG-015 (1993-10) - "1992-1993" - Mind Design

TRG-016 (1994-01) - "Sky-Scraul-Space" - Arche-Type

TRG-017 (1993-11) - "VOX" - DVP

TRG-018 (1993-12) - "Meditation Y.S. Presents" - Techno the Gong

TRG-019 (1993-12) - "Pass Into History" (x2 Cassettes) - GPP

TRG-020 (1993-12) - "Phantasy" - DVP

TRG 28001 (1993-09) - "Best of Trigger Tracks" - V.A. (found and relatively easy to find CD release)

No Cat# - "Trigger Video Tracks" (VHS) – V.A.

Trip Out Tapes (1994-1996)[edit | edit source]

TRP-001 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 1" - Organization

TRP-002 - "Unterschied" - Arche-Type

TRP-003 - "Vagabond Uni-Vibe" - Vagabond Uni-Vibe (found, see Gallery)

TRP-004 - "Remixes of Costes" - Sympathy Nervous

TRP-005 - "Are You Awake?" - Pacific 231

TRP-006 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 2 -In Concert-" - Organization

TRP-007 - "Views Through 'ITOLATOR'" - Dr. Numa

TRP-008 - "Electro Mandara" - Trio Rakant

TRP-009 - "Electronic Music Series Vol. 3 -On Stage-" - Organization

Trinity Label (1994-1995)[edit | edit source]

TRN-001 (1994-04) - "Trinity (1/3)" – V.A.

TRN-14001 - "ファースト・キッス" - トロピカル大臣

TRN-25001 - "Healthy Documentary 1995" - GPP

TRN-25002 - "Reinstatement" - GPP

†TRP-005 was unreleased and likely does not exist in any form.

‡Releases TRN-14001, TRN-25001. and TRN-25002 were CD releases and as such are fairly easy to find; found media

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

YouTube upload of the only found tape, Vagabond Uni-Vibe.
Upload of the compilation CD Best of Trigger Tracks.
Sample song by Mind Design likely on the release TRG-015.

Posters[edit | edit source]