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  1. Approximately Infinite Universe is a double album by Yoko Ono, released in early 1973 on Apple Records. It represents a departure from the experimental avant garde rock of her first two albums towards a more conventional pop/rock sound, while also dabbling in feminist rock. It peaked at number 193 in the United States.

  2. Approximately Infinite Universe (estilizado como APPROXIMATELY INFINITE UNIVERSE) es un álbum doble de Yoko Ono. Fue lanzado a principios de 1973. Representa un gran cambio del rock experimental de sus dos primeros álbumes hacia un rock pop más convencional el cual se enfocó hacia el rock feminista. Alcanzó la posición #193 en Estados Unidos.

  3. Approximately Infinite Universe Yoko Ono Rock · 1973 Disc 1 Yang Yang 1 3:50 Death of Samantha 2 6:22 I Want My Love to Rest Tonight 3 5:11 What Did I Do! 4 4:12 Have You Seen a Horizon Lately 5 1:56 Approximately Infinite Universe 6 3:21 Peter the Dealer 7 4:46 Song for John 8 2:04 Catman (The Rosies Are Coming) 9 5:34 What a Bastard the World Is

  4. In this approximately infinite universe, I know a girl who's in constant hell. No love or pill could keep her cool, 'cause there's a thousand holes in her heart. And the wind of the past blows through her heart, Reminding her of the people she killed. Wind of now blows off her cool, Telling her there's something she's missed. You know the town of sapporo, she says, Where the men talk rough and ...

  5. 14 de jul. de 2017 · Approximately Infinite Universe by Yoko Ono, released 14 July 2017 1. Yang Yang 2. Death of Samantha 3. I Want My Love to Rest Tonight 4. What Did I Do! 5. Have You Seen a Horizon Lately 6. Approximately Infinite Universe 7. Peter the Dealer 8. Song for John 9. Catman (The Rosies Are Coming) 10. What a Bastard the World Is 11. Waiting for the Sunrise 12.

  6. The title track of Yoko's 1971 masterpiece, this song is a beautiful ache. Turning the expansive optimism of John's "Across the Universe" inward, she describes a young woman's internal war with...