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Album Review

More! More! More!, the 11th album (including the 2007 remix album) by Tokyo-based electronic duo capsule (apparently always written with a small "c") shows the group at its most self-assured with producer Yasutaka Nakata taking the electro sound that he seemed to have perfected on More! More! More!'s predecessor, Flash Back, and pushing it further, with the seven-minute "Jumper" and the Chemical Brothers-like "e.d.i.t." both standout dancefloor killers, and "Phantom" making a welcome change of tempo with its menacing schaffel beat replacing the more typical techno rhythms that dominate elsewhere. Sampled vocals abound throughout the album, often pushing regular vocalist Toshiko Koshijima aside entirely, as on "The Time Is Now." When Koshijima does step to the foreground, the similarities with Nakata's work as producer for idol trio Perfume are notable, with "Pleasure Ground" displaying the lingering influence of Daft Punk that informed early Perfume singles so strongly and closing track "Adventure" recalling the mid-paced near-balladry of tracks like Perfume's "Baby Cruising Love." While More! More! More! fails to noticeably improve on its predecessor, it is nevertheless the work of a group operating at the peak of its confidence, and the development into new musical areas ensures it isn't merely treading water.

Customer Reviews

More electronic than previous albums but..

Capsule is where it's at right now in Japan, latest album is more electronic sounds than previous one but this album is pure fun. If you like the sounds of Daft Punk you will love this, Yasutaka Nakata is amazing, check out the group 'Perfume' for more of his work. Enjoy!

Electro genius.

Capsule are very famous in Japan, and it's easy to see why, even though they cater for a very spacific genre. Yasutaka Nakata (Producer) has the golden touch, using ultra simple synths and riffs, Nakata creates a unique style that is bliss for the ears. Club friendly tracks such as 'Jumper','E.D.I.T.' and 'Time is Now' are fantastic examples of crafting and attention to detail, whilst creating a powerful energy in the song. Other slightly down-tempo tracks like 'Mutations of Life' and 'Phantom' show that quirky sound of Toshiko Koshijima. 'More More More' is a testiment to Nakata's pure golden skills as a producer. If you like electro I highly recommend this album and Capsule's other albums 'Flashback','Sugarless Girl' and 'Fruits Clipper'. With a new single coming out in February and a new album coming out in March, I for one shall be waiting with baited breath!


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Japanese electronic pop duo capsule formed in 1997 with Nakata Yasutaka acting as composer, arranger, and lyricist, and Koshijima Toshiko providing vocals. Given the time of the band's formation, it is perhaps understandable that their earlier work provokes frequent comparisons with the then popular and influential "Shibuya-kei" movement, whose most well-known proponents include Cornelius, Pizzicato 5, and Fantastic Plastic Machine. Capsule's debut album, High Collar Girl, was released in 2001,...
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