Yukari Fresh ‎– Cityrama

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Escalator Records ‎– ESCD010
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1 Cityrama
Featuring – Avenue Parmentier
2 Whoopee Cat
Featuring – My Missing Cat
3 Yukari 'N' Bass
Featuring – Scafull King
4 Berliner Weisse
Featuring – Pop Tarts
5 Yippee To Kate
Featuring – Kate (2), Keewee
6 Paul Scholes
Featuring – Tomorrow's World
7 Trip To Aloha State
Featuring – Fat Coconuts
8 Very Sexy Like A Jazz Musician
Featuring – The Jazz Musician
9 Raymond
Featuring – Erobique
10 Lost And Found
Featuring – Hideki Kaji
11 Cook Some Dishes
Featuring – Swingset
12 Radio Active Flat
Featuring – Pez
13 Sweet Vocoderless Mouth
Featuring – VC10
14 If You Love Something, Set It Free
Featuring – Schoniff Singers
15 Paris Symphony-The Trip
Featuring – Mike Alway

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SYLVERSECOND

SYLVERSECOND

October 8, 2014
"Berliner Weisse" and "Raymond" were used for the original filmscore for the film "Tomie: Replay".
Said_Head

Said_Head

December 29, 2011

Terrible album; I'm a big Yukari Fresh fan, don't get me wrong, but the concept behind this release is mind-boggling, with little reward. First off, she pulls the usual prank of adding very brief tracks of noise, ala the title track, then the majority of the album goes through the gantlet of quirky semi-fun tracks that get old really fast, some decent remixes, and some simply awful garbage not fit for b-sides. Basically, the album is of remixes and covers of Fresh's music by other people, mostly underground artists. Might seem like a fun idea, but altogether there is so little cohesion in the whole album that it hardly figures as one.

The only real rewards for owning this disk (for me at least) would be 'If You Love Something, Set It Free' and 'Trip To Aloha State'; they're great tracks that fit very well in with Yukari's standard of quality eclectic pop/Shibuya-Kei style.