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An Illustrated History
1. Love So Pure
2. True Asia :: Asia No Junshin
3. That's the Way It Is :: Kore Ga Watashi No Ikirumichi
4. Electric Beach Fever :: Nagisa Ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera
5. Wild Girls on Circuit :: Circuit No Musume
6. Sign of Love - (Captain Funk's Puffy De Samba mix)
7. Puffy de Rumba
9. Sunday Girls :: Nichiyohbi No Musume
10. Friends :: Tomodachi
13. Brand New Days :: Atarashi Hibi
14. Stray Cats Fever
15. Puffy's Rule :: Puffy No Rule
16. Jet Police :: Jet Keisatsu
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 128
Michael Hill (Compilation)
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
Puffy AmiYumi: Ami Onuki, Yumi Yoshimura.
Includes liner notes by Michael Hill.
The two women in the Japanese pop group Puffy, Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimua, have been together since 1995, and in the seven years covered by this compilation, they have built an impressive body of work. Puffy is pretty close to the perfect pop band. Ami and Yumi are incredibly cute; they have a perky, happy image, and the music is ultra hooky and borrows from all the right places. A partial list of influences includes Motown, bossa nova, power pop, Stonsey boogie, teen pop, punk, rockabilly, bubblegum, and glam. They blend all this amazing stuff together, throw their girlish and sweet voices on top, and come up with perfect pop. An Illustrated History has tracks from the band's three biggest records: six from Jet, four from Fever*Fever, and two from their only record previously released in America, Spike, plus a couple of single tracks and a remix. For the Puffy collector, the exciting extra here is an unreleased version of "True Asia," the group's first big hit in Japan. For the non-collector or neophyte, the excitement comes from how much fun you will have listening to songs like "Love So Pure" (which is written by former Jellyfish member Andy Sturmer, who is Puffy's "Godfather" and frequent collaborator) or "Talalan." You'll want to learn Japanese just so you can sing along. Did you get the part about how Puffy is perfect pop? Just checking. If you have any interest at all in music that makes you grin like an idiot while you skip down the sidewalk, kissing babies, and giving high fives to all your friends, you owe it to yourself to get An Illustrated History. ~ Tim Sendra
Alternative Press (7/02, p.90) - 7 out of 10 - "...A remarkable example of what happens when pop music is allowed some breathing room to be creative."
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Bar/None Records 128
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