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PUFFY

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Release Date September 26, 2007
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Product Details

Catalog No.KSCL-1174
JAN/ISBN 4582117987635
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorSony Music Distribution

Credits

Description

New full-length album from Puffy featuring compositions from Tamio Okuda, Yosui Inoue, Kauzya Yoshii, Yuseke Chiba (The Birthday), Sawao Yamanaka (the pillows), Taku Tomizawa, Kankuro Kudo (Group Damashi), Pierre Taki (Denki Groove9, Butch Walker, Anders Hellgren & David Myhr (The Merrymakers), and more! Includes the advanced singles "Kuchibiru Motion," "Oriental Diamond," "boom boom beat," "Oedo Nagereboshi IV," and more.

Description in Japanese

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またしてもPUFFYが凄いアルバムを放つ!! 奥田民生、井上陽水、吉井和哉、チバユウスケ(The Birthday)、山中さわお(the pillows)、富澤タク、宮藤官九郎(グループ魂)、ピエール瀧、Butch Walker、Anders Hellgren & David Myhr(The Merrymakers)など、現在の音楽シーン、ロックシーンを代表する豪華な顔ぶれのアーティスト陣が集結し楽曲を提供! 前作オリジナル・アルバム「Splurge」の世界観を受け継ぎながら、さらにロックに、ポップに、キュートに、様々な音楽性が詰まった粒ぞろいの楽曲を収録。いまのPUFFYの充実度が感じられる、これぞまさにPUFFYワールド!! 「くちびるモーション」 (Kanebo Lavshuca TV CMソング)、「オリエンタル・ダイヤモンド」(ANA中国線就航20周年キャンペーンソング)、「boom boom beat」(モード学園TV CMソング)、「お江戸流れ星IV」(アニメ「大江戸ロケット」オープニングテーマ)、「Coloset Full Of Love」(Sony WALKMANRCMソング)など、強力タイアップ曲も収録!

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    Tracklisting

    1
    オリエンタル・ダイヤモンド
    2
    AIN'T GONNA CUT IT
    Ain't Gonna Cut It
    3
    君とオートバイ
    4
    くちびるモーション
    5
    はやいクルマ
    6
    サヨナラサマー
    7
    BOOM BOOM BEAT
    boom boom beat
    8
    妖怪PUFFY
    9
    CLOSET FULL OF LOVE
    Closet Full Of Love
    10
    はさんじゃうぜ
    11
    COMPLAINT
    complaint
    12
    お江戸流れ星IV
    13
    アイランド

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      Customer Reviews

      Puffy Goes Hard Rock 4

      This album continues the trend started on "Splurge," with Ami and Yumi working with a large number of songwriters and producers to make a single album (though Andy Sturmer is absent for the first time since Puffy's first album). This time around the formula doesn't work quite as well, but still results in a solid album. The opening track is "Oriental Diamond," a great Tamio Okuda track that recalls Puffy classic sound. Aside from that, though, the songs generally fall into one of two styles: rough hard rock (with Ami and Yumi sometimes shrieking vocals that are just out of their vocal range) or bouncy, synth-driven pop rock (courtesy of Butch Walker). The best songs include the driving rock of "Kuchibiru Motion" and "Kimi to Autobike." The most surprising song is probably "Youkai Puffy," with a three-minute spoken-word skit preceeding a four minute pop/rock song. This is probably of the least diverse Puffy albums out there, but it is still very, very good. If you are a fan of fast-paced guitar rock, give this a spin.

      PUFFY still rocks! 5

      One of their best. A solid collection of tracks, consistently enjoyable. The musicians seem to have more chance to show their skills here. The long comedic sketch intro to "Puffy the Monster" was wonderful, even tho i dont speak japanese, because of the sense everyone was having fun. I still seem to prefer the japanese language songs to their english versions anyway. PUFFY ROCKS!

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      Whole new PUFFY, yet still the same 5

      PUFFY's new full-length album will blow you away. The whole tone of the album is mainly a harder, edgier PUFFY, but at the same time, they're still the PUFFY we know and love. All of the songs are acceptable PUFFY classics, and their English songs actually have real meaning to them, and are not cheesy like their past English songs. "Ain't Gonna Cut It" actually mentions being a drug dealer, which I find very funny. Although the overall tone of the album is hard rock, as always PUFFY include songs that don't fit with the others, yet they all merge together wonderfully. "Oedo Nagareboshi IV" is a wonderful, funky ska song ( I enjoy PUFFY's ska), and "Island" is a nice Irish influenced folk song (just when you thought PUFFY played them all!). This album, along with all of their other albums, proves that PUFFY are not typical Japanese musicians. They're different from the rest, and they definitely prove that different is great!

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