An Illustrated History

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
An Illustrated History
Puffy AmiYumi - An Illustrated History.jpg
Studio album by Puffy
Released May 21, 2002 (US) (CA)
Genre Pop
Length 64:55
Label Bar None
Puffy chronology
The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi Jet Fever
(2000)The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi Jet Fever2000
An Illustrated History
PRMX Turbo
(2003)PRMX Turbo2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

An Illustrated History is the second North American album release by Japanese pop group Puffy AmiYumi, released on May 21st, 2002. (See 2002 in music).

The album contains a compilation of Puffy's hits in Japan from their debut ('Asia no Junshin', albeit in English lyrics) up to the time then (most likely the whole inclusion of the Atarashii Hibi single, without the karaoke song).

At least 1 song from each of Puffy's earlier Japanese album releases before 2002 were included with the exception of solosolo.

There is also a bonus video of 'Boogie-Woogie No.5' able to be viewed on a QuickTime Player when inserted into a computer.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Love So Pure (Andy Sturmer)
  2. True Asia (Asia no Junshin) (English Version) (Yosui Inoue, Tamio Okuda)
  3. That's the Way It Is (Kore ga Watashi no Ikirumichi) (Tamio Okuda)
  4. Electric Beach Fever (Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera) (Okuda)
  5. Wild Girls on Circuit (Circuit no Musume) (Okuda)
  6. Sign of Love Captain Funk's Puffy De Samba Mix (Ai no Shirushi) (Kusano Masamune)
  7. Puffy de Rumba (Puffy AmiYumi, Tamura Yoriko)
  8. Talalan (Tararan) (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer)
  9. Sunday Girls (Nichiyoubi no Musume) (Okuda)
  10. Friends (Tomodachi) (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer)
  11. Mother (Okuda)
  12. Neholina (Nehorina Hahorina) (Matsumoto Tortoise)
  13. Brand New Days (Atarashii Hibi) (Puffy AmiYumi, Sturmer)
  14. Stray Cats Fever (Masanori Sasaji)
  15. Puffy's Rule (Puffy no Rule) (Okuda, Takashi Furuta)
  16. Jet Police (Jet Keisatsu) (Okuda)

Bonus QuickTime music video

  1. Boogie Woogie (No. 5) (Okuda)