CD Album

Bring it! [Regular Edition]


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Release Date June 17, 2009
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Catalog No.KSCL-1389
JAN/ISBN 4582117989806
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorSony Music Distribution



New full-length album release from Puffy. The songs composed by Butch Walker and Avril Lavigne, Anders Hellgren & David Myhr (Merrymakers), Ringo Shiina, Sawao Yamanaka (the pillows), Masahiko Shimura (Fujifabric), Yuta Saito and more.

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Bring it! [通常盤] / PUFFY

PUFFY約1年9ヶ月ぶりとなるオリジナルアルバム。今回もさすがPUFFYともいえる程、豪華な作家陣に楽曲の提供を受けて素敵なアルバムが完成! 時にエモーショナルに、妖艶に、軽やかに、タイトに、そしてほのぼのと、さまざまなRockサウンドをPUFFYならではのボーカルスタイルで表現した聴きごたえ満点のアルバム。そして、アルバム収録曲「ウェディング・ベル」がフジテレビ系"月9"ドラマ『婚カツ! 』主題歌に決定! [楽曲提供アーティスト (順不動)] Butch Walker and Avril Lavigne、Anders Hellgren & David Myhr (Merrymakers)、椎名林檎、山中さわお (the pillows)、斎藤和義、志村正彦 (フジファブリック)、斎藤有太、ほか

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        Customer Reviews

        Slightly Disappointing Effort 3

        This was Puffy's first album in quite some time that I didn't pre-order immediately, mostly because the pre-album singles didn't impress me a whole lot. I did eventually get it, though, and it seems I was right to be less-than-enthusiastic about this record. The album can roughly be divided as such: songs that embrace Puffy's recent attempts to make guitar-driven pop-punk music (about half the album, including two songs written by Avril Lavigne), songs that attempt to recapture Puffy's "classic" sound ("Anata to Watashi" and "Wedding Bell," both produced by longtime associate Yuta Saito), and songs by Tokyo Jihen ("Hiyori Hime" and "Shuen no Onna," both written and produced by Ringo Shiina). The different styles kind of clash a little, but Puffy's albums are usually pretty diverse anyway, so that's not really a strike against this CD. If nothing else, it keeps your attention. The Tokyo Jihen songs are good -- the single "Hiyori Hime" seems like Ringo's attempt to write a "Puffy" style song with a little of her own style thrown in, but "Shuen no Onna" sounds like Ringo simply took one of her own jazzy songs and put Ami and Yumi's vocals on it. Yuta Saito's songs more-or-less successfully sound like they could have been recorded in 1998 or 1999, and it's welcome to hear Puffy hasn't completely abandoned the old style completely in favor of the harder-edged rock they've embraced in the past few years. That leaves the pop punk stuff. It's usually catchy and occasionally clever, but some of the songs are just kinda loud and not much else -- they don't really do much to grab your attention, it seems. "Bring It!" is a thoroughly listenable album, don't get me wrong, and it's mostly enjoyable. But it isn't among Puffy's best works. But if you need a Puffy fix, it'll do.

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