|Puffy AmiYumi discography|
The discography for Japanese pop/rock duo Puffy AmiYumi consists of 12 studio albums, 4 compilation albums, 2 remix albums, 12 video albums and 32 singles. Their first single Asia no Junshin became an instant hit in Japan where it sold more than a million records and help to catapult the group.Jet-CD is their most successful album (having sold more than a million copies only in Japan) , Kore ga watashi no ikiru michi is their most successful single (having sold more than 1.5 million copies only in Japan). They have sold more than 15 million records worldwide.
|2nd Album||Solo Solo|
|5th Album/1st N.A. Album||Spike|
|6th Album||Hit Parade|
|7th Album/3rd N.A. Album||Nice|
|9th Album/4th N.A. Album||Splurge|
|10th Album/5th N.A. Album||Honeycreeper|
|11th Album||PUFFY AMIYUMI x PUFFY|
|12th Album/6th N.A. Album||Bring it!|
|13th Album||Thank You|
|1st album||Puffy Re-Mix Project|
|2nd album||The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi Jet Fever|
|3rd album|| An Illustrated History |
|4th album||PRMX Turbo|
|5th album||Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi|
|7th album|| 15 |
|8th album||20th Anniversary Best Album|
Marvin Andrew Sturmer is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and composer who co-founded the rock band Jellyfish in 1989. He was the group's lead vocalist, drummer, and primary songwriter. Following their break-up in 1994, Sturmer became involved, with Tamio Okuda, as writer and producer for the Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi. Although Sturmer maintains a low public profile, he continues working as a songwriter for cartoons produced by Disney and Cartoon Network.
Yumi Matsutoya, nicknamed Yuming, is a Japanese singer, composer, lyricist and pianist. Generally the writer of both the lyrics and the music in her songs, she is renowned for her idiosyncratic voice and live performances, and is one of the most prominent figures in the history of Japanese popular music.
An Illustrated History is the second North American album release by Japanese pop group Puffy AmiYumi, released on May 21, 2002..
Nice is an album by Japanese pop group PUFFY, released in 2003 it is their third North American album. 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 album peaked at No. 20 on the Japanese Albums Chart.
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is an American animated television series created by Sam Register for Cartoon Network. Produced by Renegade Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, the series stars fictionalized and animated versions of the Japanese pop rock group Puffy AmiYumi. The series premiered on November 19, 2004 and ended its run on June 27, 2006, with a total of three seasons and 39 episodes, leaving a total of 34 episodes aired and five episodes unaired in North America.
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is a compilation album by pop duo Puffy AmiYumi, released in 2004. 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. The album peaked at #49 on the Japanese Albums Chart.
Yumi Yoshimura is a Japanese singer, musician and a member of the Japanese pop duo PUFFY, along with Ami Onuki.
Ami Onuki is a Japanese singer, musician and a member of J-pop group PUFFY, along with Yumi Yoshimura.
Puffy is a Japanese pop rock duo formed in Tokyo in 1995, consisting of singers Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura. In the United States, they adopted the name Puffy AmiYumi to avoid legal naming conflicts with Sean Combs, who also performed under the name Puffy. They sing in Japanese and English.
"Boogie Woogie No.5" is the 12th single released by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi with the Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra on September 27, 2000.
"Yume no tame ni" is the tenth single released on June 9, 1999 by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi on the album Fever Fever.
"Asia no Junshin" is a song recorded by the Japanese pop rock duo Puffy, released in May 1996 as their debut single. It was produced and composed by Tamio Okuda, with lyrics written by Yōsui Inoue.
"Ai no shirushi" is the 6th single released by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi. It was released on March 14, 1998. This song was written and composed by Masamune Kusano of band Spitz. Some of this song was played in the film Waterboys. They also sang a Chinese Mandarin version of it on their album The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi Jet Fever. Captain Funk also did a remix of it on their album An Illustrated History. There was also a special version of the song sung for the Drummania game. This song was also featured on the live action movie Lovely Complex. A portion of the song was also featured in the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi episode "The Phantom of Rock."
"Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi" is the 2nd single released by the Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi on October 7, 1996. It sold over 1.5 million copies and was their first #1 hit. They won "Japan Record Award for Best New Artist" in 1996.
Hit&Fun is a compilation album by pop duo PUFFY, that was released on February 14, 2007.
That's the Way It Is may refer to:
"All Because Of You" is the 25th single from Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi released on May 21, 2008. The title song is written and composed by Avril Lavigne and Butch Walker, and is performed entirely in English. The second song Frontier no Pioneer is a cover originally produced by Tamio Okuda and was used as a CM song for Kagome vegetable juice "Yasai Seikatsu 100!".
"Hiyori Hime" is the 27th single by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi, released on February 25, 2009. The song is used as the opening theme for the Fuji anime television series Genji Monogatari Sennenki Genji.
"Dareka ga" is the 28th single by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi, released on July 29, 2009. "Dareka ga" was used as the official theme song for the sixth Naruto movie, Inheritors of the Will of Fire.
"Circuit no Musume" is the third single released by Japanese pop duo Puffy AmiYumi on March 12, 1997. The single was one of few releases to gain a #1 hit, with singles "Kore ga Watashi no Ikirumichi", "Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera", and album Jet-CD. The single's cover design, when put alongside the right side of the cover from the single "Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera", create a single picture together.