Spike (Puffy AmiYumi album)

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Spike
Studio album by Puffy
Released

October 12, 2000 (JA)
May 1, 2001 (US)

June 5, 2001 (CA)
Genre Pop, rock
Length

48:04 (JA)

57:18 (US)
Label Epic
ESCB 2174
Sony Music International[1]
810186
Producer Takashi Furuta
Tamio Okuda
Sparks Go Go
Andy Sturmer
Puffy chronology
Fever*Fever (1999) Spike
(2001)
The Hit Parade
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly B[3]
LA Weekly (favorable)[4]

Spike is a studio album by PUFFY released in 2001, it is their first North American album.[5][6]

Track listing[edit]

US edition[2][edit]

  1. "No. 5" (Boogie Woogie No. 5) (Tamio Okuda)
  2. "Violet" (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer)
  3. "Shut Your Mouth, Honey" (Puffy AmiYumi, Atsuya Tachibana & Shinichi Yakuma)
  4. "Cosmic Wonder" (Okuda)
  5. "Destruction Pancake" (Onuki)
  6. "Su-I-Su-I" (Yumi, Okuda & Puffy AmiYumi)
  7. "Sui Sui" (Ami, Okuda & Puffy AmiYumi)
  8. "Swimming Pool" (Okuda)
  9. "Green Apple" (Puffy AmiYumi, Shinichi Yakuma)
  10. "This Is the Song of Sweet Sweet Season When Cherry Garcia Blossoms Bloom" (Yumi, Sturmer)
  11. "Into the Beach" (Okuda)
  12. "Puffy's Rule" (Okuda, Furata)
  13. "December" (Puffy AmiYumi & Andy Sturmer)
  14. "Love So Pure" (bonus track) (Sturmer)
  15. "Wild Girls on Circuit" [The Ready Made JBL Mix '99] (bonus track) (Okuda)

Japanese edition[edit]

  1. "Boogie Woogie No.5"
  2. "Sumire"
  3. "Mondo Muyo"
  4. "COSMIC Nagaretabi"
  5. "Destruction Pancake"
  6. "Su-i Su-i"
  7. "Sui Sui"
  8. "Pool Nite"
  9. "Aoi Ringo"
  10. "Sakura no Hana ga Saku Amai Amai Kisetsu no Uta"
  11. "Umi Eto"
  12. "Puffy no RUURU"
  13. "Juni gatsu"

References[edit]