Sweet Pizzicato Five

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Sweet Pizzicato Five
Sweet Pizzicato Five cover.jpg
Studio album by Pizzicato Five
Released Japan September 21, 1992
Genre Shibuya-kei
Length 55:59
Label Nippon Columbia
Producer Yasuharu Konishi
Pizzicato Five chronology
This Year's Girl
(1991)
Sweet Pizzicato Five
(1992)
Pizzicato Free Soul
(1992)
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2006 reissue version
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Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

Sweet Pizzicato Five (スウィート ピチカート ファイヴ; Suuīto Pichikāto Faivu) was a 1992 album by Pizzicato Five.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

The album includes the following tracks:[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Tout va Bien"   6:54
2. "Flower Drum Song"   7:58
3. "Catchy" Yasuharu Konishi 7:15
4. "Telepathy"   6:53
5. "Shock Treatment" Maki Nomiya, K-Taro Takanami (ja) 5:31
6. "CDJ" Yasuharu Konishi 1:21
7. "KDD"   7:36
8. "Funky Love Child" Yasuharu Konishi 6:21
9. "Cosmic Blues"   6:10
Total length: 55:59

Songs[edit]

The song Tout va Bien incorporates quotes from two Beatles songs: Ringo Starr's opening drum riff from "Birthday",[3] and the "beep-beep, beep-beep, yeah" hook from "Drive My Car".[4] It also samples the Jack King commentary on the Apollo 11 launch.[5]

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