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Sunday, 7 September 2008

Puffy AmiYumi Partial Discography



PUFFY (パフィー Pafī?) or Puffy AmiYumi is a Japanese rock duo. They are currently signed onto Sony Music Japan. The group continues to go by the moniker of PUFFY in Japan, but due to legal naming conflicts with Sean Combs, they have adopted the name Puffy AmiYumi outside of Japan.
Ami Onuki, whose nickname is "Jane", and Yumi Yoshimura, nicknamed "Sue", were scouted by Sony-affiliated talent agencies and put together in the mid-1990s, and soon Puffy-mania would begin.

Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genre(s) Powerpop
Rock
Punk
Shibuya-kei
Years active 1996–present

Putting all the Puffy posts into one post so easier to find other discographys than have a bunch of album osts cluttering. This will be a partial discograthy for now until the rest is uploaded.

Albums


AmiYumi is the debut album by Japanese pop band, PUFFY, released on July 22, 1996.
First Album
1996
64mb
Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JKMBCGIM

Track listing
Tokusuru Karada
Usagi Channel
Sakura Saku
Simple
Nagaiki Shitene
Asia no Junshin
Puffy no Hey! Mountain





Jet-CD, also known as Jet, is a 1998 album by Puffy AmiYumi.
Third Album
Size: 107mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CZORXX9L
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F7BZ9TQ4

Released April 1, 1998
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Length 51:06

Track listing:

Jet Police
Kore ga Watashi no Ikirumichi
CAKE IS LOVE
Ai no Shirushi
Haru no Asa
Remon Kiddo
Kobijin
Nehori-na Hahori-na
Tetsugaku
DE RIO
Sa-kitto no Musume
Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Eto Setora
MOTHER


4th Album
Fever*Fever is a 1999 album by Puffy AmiYumi.

On tracks 4 and 10, "Nannari to Naru Deshou (Anything Can Become a Habit)" and "Always Dreamin' About You", the vocal parts are sung by Yumi Yoshimura and Ami Onuki solo, respectively. The latter is also sung entirely in English.

Size: 106mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=835PUWOX
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=K95DW9A8

Released June 23, 1999
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Length 51:09
Label Epic/Sony
Producer Masanori Sasaji

Track list:

"Stray Cats Fever"
"Yume no Tame ni" (Tamio Okuda)
"Nichiyoubi no Musume" (Tamio Okuda)
"Nannari to Naru Deshou"
"Kirei na Namida ga Tarinai yo"
"Taiyou"
"Robot Proto-Type Version 0.2"
"Puffy de Rhumba" (Puffy/Tamura Yoriko)
"Koi no RAIN, Ai no SHEIPU"
"Always Dreamin' About You" (Linda Hennrick/Tamio Okuda)
"Natsuyasumi Proto-Type"
"Hataraku Yo"
"Puffy de Bossa"
"Tararan" (Puffy/Andy Sturmer)
"Dare ga Sore O""Stray Cats Fever"
"Yume no Tame ni" (Tamio Okuda)
"Nichiyoubi no Musume" (Tamio Okuda)
"Nannari to Naru Deshou"
"Kirei na Namida ga Tarinai yo"
"Taiyou"
"Robot Proto-Type Version 0.2"
"Puffy de Rhumba" (Puffy/Tamura Yoriko)
"Koi no RAIN, Ai no SHEIPU"
"Always Dreamin' About You" (Linda Hennrick/Tamio Okuda)
"Natsuyasumi Proto-Type"
"Hataraku Yo"
"Puffy de Bossa"
"Tararan" (Puffy/Andy Sturmer)
"Dare ga Sore O"




Spike is the first North American album by J-pop group Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2001. (See 2001 in music).
5th Album/1st USA album
Size: 117mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=G29OUDZP
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=K8BV8JWO

Released June 5, 2001
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Length 57:18 [US] - 48:04 [Japan]
Label Sony
Producer ???

Track List:

US edition
"No. 5" (Boogie Woogie No. 5)
"Violet"
"Shut Your Mouth, Honey"
"Cosmic Wonder"
"Destruction Pancake"
"Su-I-Su-I"
"Sui Sui"
"Swimming Pool"
"Green Apple"
"This Is the Song of Sweet Sweet Season When Cherry Garcia Blossoms Bloom"
"Into the Beach"
"Puffy's Rule"
"December"
"Love So Pure" (bonus track)
"Wild Girls on Circuit" [The Ready Made JBL Mix '99] (bonus track)



6th Album

The Hit Parade is a 2002 album by Puffy AmiYumi. Tracks in this album are covers of hits from the 1970s and 1980s.
Size: 73mb

Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XA0OFT5U

Released 2002
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Length 34:43

Track listing
Image Down
Hurricane
Ai ga Tomaranai - Turn It Into Love -
Cherry
High-Teen Boogie
Aishuu Deito
Aoi Namida
Hito ni Yasashiku
Choushou
Kakkoman Boogie


The Original Artists

All of Puffy's The Hit Parade songs are all based on 1970 and 80's songs...
Boowy (Image Down)
Chanels (Hurricane)
Wink (Ai ga Tomaranai, which is itself a cover of Kylie Minogue's Turn It into Love)
Spitz (Cherry)
Masahiko Kondo (Hi-Teen Boogie)
Toshihiko Tahara (Aishuu Deito,which is itself a cover of Leif Garett's New York City Nights)
Jiro Mita (Aoi Namida)
The Blue Hearts (Hitoni Yasashiku)
Beat Takeshi (Choushou)
Downtown Boogie Woogie Band (Kakkoman Boogie).



7th Album/ 2nd USA

Nice. is the third North American album by J-pop group Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2003. (See 2003 in music). The US release featured a few track changes: "Atarashii hibi" and "Tomodachi" were replaced with "Urei", "Teen Titans Theme" and "Planet Tokyo", an English song with the melody of "Akai buranko".

The cover is an homage to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's "bed-In" peace protests held in 1969.
Size: 101mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OVEPVYOU
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JHKG8NEE

Released January 22, 2003 (Japanese release); August 12, 2003 (US release)
Recorded The Steakhouse Studio, Cello Studio, Sony Music Studios, Tokyo; Sunset Sound, Sub Jersey Studios, Vibratorium, Mansfield Lodge, Andy's house, John's house
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Length 48:35 (US)
51:08 (Japan)
Label Bar None
Producer Andy Sturmer

Track List:

"Planet Tokyo" (Sturmer) – 3:49
"Tokyo Nights" (Pierre Taki, Sturmer, John Fields) – 3:53
"Angel of Love" (Suzuki Shoko, Sturmer) – 3:12
"Sayonara" (YO-KING, Sturmer) – 3:16
"Invisible Tomorrow" (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer) – 3:54
"Thank You" (Yumi, Sturmer) – 3:55
"Long Beach Nightmare" (Ami, Sturmer) – 3:15
"Your Love Is a Drug" (Sturmer) – 3:33
"K2G (Kimi Ni Go!)" (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer) – 4:37
"Shiawase (Happiness)" (Okuda Tamio) – 4:20
"Urei" (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer) – 3:54
"Teen Titans Theme" (Sturmer) – 3:08
"Red Swing" (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer) – 3:51


8th album

59 is an album by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2004 (see 2004 in music).
"So Long Zero" is actually the third iteration of this particular song in a little more than a year. The first, "Invisible Tomorrow", was sung in Japanese and appeared on the album 2003 album Nice. The second and third recordings, "Friends Forever" and "So Long Zero" are both sung in English but with entirely different lyrics and vocal arrangements. They were originally released nearly concurrently on the soundtrack to Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed and the album 59, respectively, although "Friends Forever" was later also included on the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi soundtrack.

"Sunrise" was the theme song to the Japanese anime TV show SD Gundam Force.
Size: 61mb
Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=E99AWHSJ

Track List:

"Teen Titans Theme"
"Sunrise"
"Joining A Fan Club"
"Kokoro ni Hana o"
"Kazemakase Futaritabi"
"Forever"
"So Long Zero"
"Teen Titans Theme" (Japanese Version)

Compilation



2nd compilation
The Very Best of Puffy / Amiyumi jet fever is a 2000 album by Puffy Amiyumi released on July 5th 2000
Size: 153mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=A211ING6
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7GPRZKBJ

Released July 5, 2000
Genre Japanese pop
Length 51:25
Label Epic Records
Producer Tamio Okuda, Andy Sturmer, Tetsutaro Sakurai

Tracklist:

Kore ga Watashi no Ikirumichi (That's the way it is)
Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera (Electric beach fever)
Asia no Junshin (True asia)
Circuit no Musume (Wild girls on circuit)
Umi Eto (Into the beach)
Ai no Shirushi (Sign of love)
Nehorina Hahorina
Stray Cats Fever
Tararan (Tralala)
Tokusurukarada (Profitable body)
Nichiyoubi no Musume (Sunday girls)
MOTHER
VACATION
Honey
Yume no Tameni (For dreams)
Puffy de Rumba
Jet Keisatsu (Jet Police)
Dare ga Soreo (Who Does That?)
Kore ga Watashi no Ikirumichi(Mandarin Version)
Ai no Shirushi(Mandarin Version)



3rd compilation
An Illustrated History is the second North American album by J-pop group Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2002. (See 2002 in music).
Size: 135mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=EAQLRBNV
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NEN3JN4W

Tracklist:

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 Listen
6. Sign Of Love/Ar no Shirushi-Captain Funk's Puffy de Samba Mix
7. Puffy De Rumba
8. Talalan
9. Sunday Girls/Nichiyohbi no Musume
10. Friends/Tomodachi
11. Mother
12. Neholina
13. Brand New Days/Atarashii Hibi
14. Stray Cats Fever
15. Puffy's Rule
16. Jet Police/Jet Keisatsu



5th compilation

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is a compilation album by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2004 (see 2004 in music). It was compiled to tie in with the group's animated series of the same name. There is also a Japanese version of this CD, of which contains the subtitle, "Happy Fun Rock Music from the Series" and includes two additional "TV Mix" tracks.
Size: 107mb

Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IED20ZIO
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=C2GPKEQ5

Released November 16, 2004
Recorded 1996-2004
Genre Japanese pop
Length 51:25
Label Epic Records
Producer Tamio Okuda, Andy Sturmer, Tetsutaro Sakurai

Track List:

"Hi Hi" (Onuki, Yoshimura, Sturmer) – 2:54
"Friends Forever" (Sturmer) – 4:03
"Planet Tokyo" (Sturmer) – 3:50
"Joining a Fan Club" (Manning, Sturmer) – 3:58
"Forever" (Sturmer) – 2:29
"V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N" (Yasuharu) – 3:30
"Love So Pure" (Sturmer) – 3:57
"True Asia" (Inoue, Okuda) – 4:40
"Boogie-Woogie No. 5" (Okuda) – 4:10
"That's the Way It Is" (also known as "Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi" (Okuda) – 3:19
"Sunrise" (Onuki, Yoshimura, Sturmer) – 3:56
"Into the Beach" (also known as "To the Beach" (Okuda) – 3:12
"December" (Onuki, Yoshimura, Sturmer) – 4:20
"Teen Titans Theme" (Sturmer) – 3:10

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG... arigatou gozaimasu ^__^ anoo... can u upload the rest of PUFFY albums and some singles?? I need it sooo badly >.<

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the hard work on the site its fantasic!!!

I tried to d/l Fever*Fever but when I tried to extract the files I keep getting errors.

Ethereal said...

Just tested, extracts fine in 7-zip. Google for it.

Anonymous said...

thank you sir downloaded 7-zip and it worked like a charm!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the music wonderfullllll

Anonymous said...

Ooi, Thanks for all the puffy's stuff. ¿Could you post K2G from NICE Album in FLAC?...PLEASE!!!. I would really appreciate it, the CDs are not in sale here, so I would like to treasure it. All my gratitude in advance. My email is neuralmindtroter@hotmail.com. Again, thank you.

nyappyburrito said...

Thank you so much for the PUFFY music!

Xabritzeld said...

heeey!!!!

muchas gracias por el post saludos desde Mexico!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! album was after these years! kkk
i from brazil !