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Thank You
Thank You album covers (Limited Edition left, regular right) Thank You was released in Japan on March 9, 2011.

1. MY COUNTRY ROAD
2. LOVE
3. R.G.W.
4. HOSHI GIRL
5. WAKE UP. MAKE UP WITH ANI.BOSE
6. HARU NO UTA
7. KOI NO YAMAARASHI
8. AI NO ODESSEY
9. BANZAI!
10. FISH ON
11. NO! NO!
12. YOKUBOU
13. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Bring It!
Bring It cover Bring It! was released in Japan on June 17, 2009. More info to come.

1. I Donít Wanna
2. My Story
3. Bye Bye
4. My Hero!
5. Shuen no Onna
6. DOKI DOKI
7. Twilight Shooting Star!
8. Hare Onna
9. All Because Of You
10. Anata to Watashi
11. Hiyori Hime
12. Bring it on
13. Wedding Bell

Puffy AmiYumi x Puffy
Puffy AmiYumi x Puffy album cover Puffy AmiYumi x Puffy was released in Japan on March 25, 2009. The album consists of 16 cover songs, most of which had been previously released on singles, tribute albums or on their previous CDs, and three bonus tracks.

1.
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
2. Nichiyoubi Yori no Shisha (The High-Lows)
3. Basket Case
4. Frontier no Pioneer [Shiitaka version] (Tamio Okuda)
5. Joining a Fan Club
6. Tenshi no Wink (Seiko Matsuda)
7. Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds
8. Ningen wa mou Owari da! (Magokoro Brothers)
9. Radio Tokyo
10. Kenkou
11. Not Listening (Snuff)
12. Tokyo Hanabi (New Rote'ka)
13. Can-nana Fever
14. Hito Natsu no Keiken (Momoe Yamaguchi)
15. Don't Bring Me Down
16. Yuki ga Furu Machi

BONUS TRACKS
1. Hi Hi [Spanish TV MIX]
2. Hi Hi [Portuguese TV MIX]
3. Happy Birthday To You [Dear OOO version]

Honeycreeper
Honeycreeper album cover Honeycreeper was released in Japan on September 26, 2007. This 13 track CD features two songs from the single
Boom Boom Beat - Oh Edo Nagareboshi IV and two from Oriental Diamond - Kuchibiru Motion.

Other songs include a pair written by Butch Walker: Ain't Gonna Cut It (with Robert Schwartzman) and Closet Full of Love (with Kara DioGuardi) and two by the Blue Hearts guitarist Mashima Masatoshi. Yamanaka Sawao from the Pillows also contributes a pair of songs with Puffy providing the lyrics for Complaint.

Read the full Honeycreeper review here.

 1. Oriental Diamond
 2. Ain't Gonna Cut It
 3. Kimi to Ootobai
 4. Kuchibiru Motion (Lip Motion)
 5. Hayai Kuruma (Fast Car)
 6. Sayonara Summer
 7. Boom Boom Beat
 8. Youkai Puffy (Ghost Puffy)
 9. Closet Full of Love
10. Hasan Jauze
11. Complaint
12. Oh Edo Nagareboshi IV
13. Island

Hit and Fun
Hit and Fun Hit and Fun was released in Japan on February 14, 2007 by Ki/oon Records. This "fan's choice" greatest hits double CD features 24 tracks including the new song
Otomemoriaru and the 2006 singles Hazumu Rhythm and Hataraku Otoko.

The song choices were based on an online survey of fan favorites. Hit and Fun reached number 9 on Japan's Oricon music charts.

The bonus CD includes a live cover version of the famous Green Day song Basket Case.

 1. Tokyo I'm On My Way
 2. Into the Beach (Umi Eto)
 3. Electric Beach Fever
 4. Hi Hi
 5. Hataraku Otoko
 6. Red Swing
 7. Wild Girls On Circuit
 8. Puffy's Rule
 9. Kore ga Watashino Ikiru Michi
10. Friends
11. Mole-Like
12. Boogie-Woogie No. 5
13. Teen Titans Theme
14. Hito ni Yasashiku
15. Ai no Shirushi
16. Invisible Tomorrow
17. Hazumu Rhythm
18. Tararan
19. Asia no Junshin (True Asia)
20. Otomemoriaru
Bonus CD
 1. Call Me What You Like (If You Like Rock-n-roll)
 2. Go Baby Power Now
 3. Teen Titans Theme ~POLYSICS' CR-06 MIX~
 4. Basket Case

Splurge
Splurge Splurge was released in Japan on June 28, 2006 by Ki/oon Records and in the US on July 25, 2006 by Tofu Records.

Puffy splurged on their ten year anniversary to assemble the impressive talents of
Andy Sturmer, Tamio Okuda, Butch Walker, Dexter Holland, Jon Spencer, Anders Hellgren, David Myhr, Kazuyoshi Saito and many more. Includes the singles Mole-Like and Tokyo I'm On My Way.

The Japanese version features a remake of "Go Baby Power Now" called Onna Machine Gan with lyrics by Seiji of Guitar Wolf and a cover of the Green Day song Basket Case.

The song Beginnings (Hajimari no Uta - The Song of Origin) was featured in the Pokemon movie "Lucario and the Mystery of Mew."

US Version
 1. Call Me What You Like
 2. Nice Buddy
 3. Tokyo I'm On My Way
 4. Radio Tokyo
 5. Mole-Like
 6. Etude
 7. Go Baby Power Now
 8. Sunday In The Park
 9. Missing You Baby
10. The Story
11. Mole
12. Cameland
13. Security Blanket
14. Beginnings
US ONLY Bonus Tracks
15. Friends Forever
~FICKLE Remix~
16. Teen Titans Theme
~POLYSICS' CR-06 MIX~
Japanese version
 1. Radio Tokyo
 2. Nice Buddy
 3. Tokyo I'm On My Way
 4. Shall We Dance
 5. Etude
 6. Onna Machin Gan
 7. Sunday In The Park
 8. Mole-Like
 9. Missing You Baby
10. The Story
11. Mole
12. Cameland
13. Security Blanket
14. Beginnings
Japanese Bonus Track
15. Basket Case

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi was released in the US on November 16, 2004 by Epic Records and on May 11, 2005 in Japan.

Andy Sturmer and Tamio Okuda both contribute in this promotional tie-in with the cartoon the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Show. A mixture of old and new songs raises Puffy's profile in the US.

Puffy made a highly amusing video for their remake of Andy Sturmer's Jellyfish song Joining a Fan Club in which Ami and Yumi throw food and water balloons at each other in slow motion.
 1. Hi Hi
 2. Friends Forever
 3. Planet Tokyo
 4. Joining a Fan Club
 5. Forever
 6. V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N
 7. Love so Pure
 8. True Asia (Asia no Junshin)
 9. Boogie-Woogie No. 5
10. That's The Way It Is
11. Sunrise
12. Into the Beach (Umi Eto)
13. December
14. Teen Titans Theme

59
59 59 was released in Japan on March 31, 2004 by Epic Records.

It features several of the songs from Hi Hi including a Japanese version of Teen Titans.

Includes the single Sunrise.

 1. Teen Titans Theme
 2. Sunrise
 3. Joining a Fan Club
 4. Kokoro ni Hana wo - Flowers to the Heart
 5. Kazemakase Futaritabi
 6. Forever
 7. So Long Zero
 8. Teen Titans (Japanese version)

Nice
Nice was released In Japan on January 22, 2003 by Epic Records. The US version was released on August 12, 2003 by Bar/None Records and included the additional tracks
Planet Tokyo, Urei and Teen Titans Theme as well as four music videos from their 2002 US & Canada tour.

Nice was produced by Andy Sturmer. The album cover is based on the famous John Lennon and Yoko Ono cover.

Includes the single Red Swing / Planet Tokyo.

    US Version
 1. Planet Tokyo
 2. Tokyo Nights
 3. Angel Of Love
 4. Sayonara
 5. Invisible Tomorrow
 6. Thank You
 7. Long Beach Nightmare
 8. Your Love Is A Drug
 9. K2G
10. Shiawase (Happiness)
11. Urei
12. Teen Titans Theme
13. Red Swing
Special Bonus Video:
Rolling Debut Revue
Canada & US Tour 2002
    Japanese Version
 1. Red Swing
 2. Tokyo Nights
 3. Angel Of Love
 4. Sayonara
 5. Invisible Tomorrow
 6. Thank You
 7. Long Beach Nightmare
 8. Your Love Is A Drug
 9. K2G
10. Shiawase (Happiness)
11. Brand New Days
12. Friends

The Hit Parade
The Hit Parade The Hit Parade was released in Japan on February 20, 2002 by Epic Records.

Puffy does an entire CD's worth of cover tunes from Boowy, Chanels, Wink, Spitz, Masahiko Kondo, Toshihiko Tahara, The Blues Hearts, Beat Takeshi, and Downtown Boogie Woogie Band.

Includes the singles Hurricane and Blue Tears.

 1. Image Down
 2. Hurricane (Harkiken)
 3. Turn It Into Love (Ai ga Tomaranai)
 4. Cherry
 5. High Teen Boogie
 6. Aishuu de Ito (New York City Nights)
 7. Blue Tears (Aoi Namida)
 8. Hito ni Yasashiku
 9. Choushou (Ridicule)
10. Kakkoman Boogie (Parenthesis Man Boogie)

An Illustrated History
An Illustrated History An Illustrated History was released in the US on February 20, 2002 by Bar/None Records.

This greatest hits album for the US market featured an impressive seventeen tracks including an English version of True Asia.

Includes the single
Brand New Days.

 1. Love so Pure
 2. True Asia (English version)
 3. That's The Way It Is
 4. Electric Beach Fever (Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera)
 5. Wild Girls On Circuit
 6. Sign of Love (CF's Puffy de Samba Mix)
 7. Puffy de Rumba
 8. Tararan
 9. Nichiyoubi no Musume (Sunday girls)
10. Friends
11. Mother
12. Nehorina Hahorina
13. Brand New Days (Atarashii Hibi)
14. Stray Cats Fever
15. Puffy's Rule
16. Jet Keisatsu (Jet Police)
17. Boogie-Woogie No. 5

Spike
Spike Spike was released in Japan on October 12, 2000, featuring the talents of Tamio Okuda, Andy Sturmer, Takashi Furuta and Sparks Go Go.

Includes the single Boogie-Woogie No.5.

Spike became Puffy's first release to the US on May 1, 2001. Puffy became "Puffy AmiYumi" for all North American releases because a US rap artist was using the same name.

 1. Boogie-Woogie No. 5
 2. Sumire (Violet)
 3. Shut Your Mouth, Honey (Mondou Muyou)
 4. Cosmic Wonder
 5. Destruction Pancake
 6. Su-i-Su-i
 7. Sui Sui
 8. Swimming Pool
 9. Green Apple
10. This Is the Song of Sweet Sweet Season...
11. Into the Beach (Umi Eto)
12. Puffy's Rule
13. December
US Version Bonus Tracks
14. Love so Pure
15. Wild Girls On Circuit - The Ready Made JBL Mix '99

The Very Best of Puffy
The Very Best of Puffy The Very Best of Puffy was released in Japan on July 5, 2000.

This greatest hits collection for the Japanese and Asian markets featured twenty songs including s a pair of Chinese versions of their songs.

Includes the single Umi Eto (Into the Beach).

 1. Kore ga Watashino Ikiru Michi
 2. Electric Beach Fever (Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera)
 3. Asia no Junshin
 4. Wild Girls on Circuit (Circuit no Musume)
 5. Umi Eto (Into the Beach)
 6. Ai no Shirushi
 7. Nehorina Hahorina
 8. Stray Cats Fever
 9. Tararan
10. Tokusuru Karada
11. Nichiyoubi no Musume (Sunday girls)
12. Mother
13. V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N
14. Honey
15. Yume no Tameni
16. Puffy de Rumba
17. Jet Keisatsu (Jet Police)
18. Dare ga Sore o
19. Korega Watashino Ikirumichi (Chinese version)
20. Ai no Shirushi (Chinese version)

Fever Fever
Fever Fever Fever Fever was released on June 23, 1999 in Japan by Epic Records.

Masanori Sasaji takes the helm to produce this follow up to the success of Jet.

Includes the singles Yume no Tameni, Nichiyoubi no Musume and Tararan.

 1. Stray Cats Fever
 2. Yume no Tameni
 3. Nichiyoubi no Musume (Sunday girls)
 4. Nannari to Naru Deshou
 5. Kireina Namida ga Tarinai yo
 6. Taiyou
 7. Robot Proto-type Version 0.2
 8. Puffy de Rumba
 9. Koino Line Aino Shape
10. Always Dreamin' About You
11. Natsuyasumi Prototype
12. Hataraku yo
13. Puffy de Bossa
14. Tararan
15. Dare ga Sore o

Jet
Jet Jet was released in Japan on April 1, 1998 by Sony Music.

Tamio Okuda's writing and producing talents help to expand Puffy's sound in this highly varied CD.

Features the singles That's the Way It Is, Wild Girls on Circuit, Electric Beach Fever and Mother.

 1. Jet Keisatsu
 2. Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi (That's the Way It Is)
 3. Cake is Love
 4. Ai no Shirushi (Sign of Love)
 5. Haru no Asa
 6. Lemon Kid
 7. Shoubijin
 8. Nehorina Hahorina
 9. Tetsugaku
10. De Rio
11. Circuit no Musume (Wild Girls on Circuit)
12. Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera (Electric Beach Fever)
13. Mother

SoloSolo
SoloSolo SoloSolo was released in Japan on August 6, 1997 by Epic/Sony Records.

Ami and Yumi each have a solo CD.

Two of Ami's songs were written by Andy Sturmer and three were produced by the Velvet Crush. All seven of Yumi's songs were produced by Tetsutaro Sakurai.

  Ami's CD
 1. Onnanoko, Otokonoko
 2. Love Depth
 3. Honey
 4. That's Sweet Smile
 5. Be Someone Tonight
 6. Snacks
 7. Tadaima (I'm Home)
  Yumi's CD
 1. Tennen no Beauty
 2. Tsuyoki na Furari
 3. Hanabi
 4. V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N
 5. Sorenarini
 6. Ai no Auro
 7. Watashi no Nozomi

AmiYumi
AmiYumi AmiYumi was released in Japan on July 22, 1996 by Epic/Sony Records.

Tamio Okuda produced and wrote most of the songs for their debut seven track CD. Ami and Yumi both sing a solo tune.

 1. Tokusuru Karada
 2. Usagi Channel
 3. Sakura Saku
 4. Simple
 5. Nagaiki Shite ne
 6. Asia no Junshin (True Asia)
 7. Puffy no Hey! Mountain