Fever Fever

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Fever Fever
Studio album by PUFFY
Released June 23, 1999
Genre Pop, rock
Length 51:09
Label Epic/Sony
PUFFY chronology
Jet-CD
(1998)
Fever Fever
(1999)
The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi Jet Fever
(2000)
Singles from Fever Fever
  1. "Sunday Girls"
    Released: 1998
  2. "Tararan"
    Released: August 29, 1998
  3. "Puffy de Rumba"
    Released: December 12, 1998
  4. "For Our Dreams"
    Released: June 9, 1999

Fever Fever (styled as Fever*Fever) is a 1999 album by PUFFY.

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.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Stray Cats Fever"   Masato Inami, Katsumasa Mototani, & Puffy 5:07
2. "For Our Dreams (夢のために Yume no Tame ni?)"   Tamio Okuda 3:09
3. "Nichiyoubi no musume (Sunday Girl 日曜日の娘?, Nichiyoubi no Musume)"   Okuda 3:55
4. "Anything Can Become A Habit (なんなりとなるでしょう Nannarito Narudeshou?)"   Inami & Yumi Yoshimura 5:46
5. "Pure Tears Are Not Enough (きれいな涙が足りないよ Kireina Namidaga Tarinaiyo?)"   Shoko Suzuki 2:49
6. "The Sun (太陽 Taiyo?)"   Shinjirou Inoue & Suzuki 3:59
7. "Robot Prototype Version 0.2 (ロボット プロトタイプヴァージョン0.2?)"   Puffy 0:48
8. "Puffy de Rumba (パフィー de ルンバ?)"   Puffy & Yoriko Tamura 3:33
9. "The Lines of Passion, Shapes of Love (恋のライン愛のシェイプ Koi no Line Ai no Shape?)"   Suzuki 4:15
10. "Always Dreamin' About You"   Linda Herrick, Ami Onuki, & Okuda 3:02
11. "Summer Vacation Prototype (夏休みプロトタイプ Natsuyasumi Prototype?)"   Puffy 0:44
12. "It Works (はたらくよ Hatarakuyo?)"   Nario Sakai 4:28
13. "Puffy de Bossa (パフィー de ボッサ?)"   Puffy 0:33
14. "Tararan (たららん?)"   Puffy, Okuda, & Andy Sturmer 4:16
15. "Who Does It? (誰がそれを Darega Soreo?)"   Okuda 4:45

Chart Performance[edit]

The album peaked at #3 and stayed in the chart for 8 weeks.

Chart (1999) Peak
position
Japanese Albums Chart[1] 3

Personnel[edit]

  • Sumiharu Arima – French horn
  • Tomoyuki Asakawa – harp
  • Jake H. Concepcion – sax (tenor)
  • Otsuhiko Fujita – French horn
  • Takashi Furuta – drums
  • Takayuki Hijikata – guitar, electric guitar, handclapping
  • Makoto Hirahara – sax (alto)
  • Masato Inami – chorus
  • Megumi Ishibachi – French horn
  • Shin Kazuhara – trumpet
  • Taro Kiyooka – trombone
  • Chiharu Mikuzuki – bass
  • Akira Okazawa – bass
  • Tamio Okuda – chorus
  • Seigen Ono – engineer, mastering, mixing
  • Ami Onuki – vocals
  • Puffy AmiYumi – vocals, chorus, handclapping
  • Masanori Sasaji – keyboards
  • Masatsugu Shinozaki – strings
  • Andy Sturmer – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Shoko Suzuki – drums, chorus
  • Hideyo Takakuwa – flute
  • Yuichi Togashiki – drums
  • Minoru Uesato – sax (baritone)
  • Hiroshi Yaginuma – sax (tenor)
  • Tsuyoshi Yokoyama – programming
  • Yumi Yoshimura – vocals
  • Bob Zung – sax (tenor)

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