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Album Review

Bonnie Pink has been pumping out J-pop bilingually for ten full albums. That hasn't dimmed her energy level whatsoever, as evidenced by the tracks contained herein. There's high energy and bounce in the tracks, which focus on simple, short, enjoyable bits of pop-ready fluff with light R&B-inspired dance vocals laid over the top. There are indeed a few surprises here, like a vaguely darkened "One Last Time" that hints toward Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game" in the guitars, and a guitar track in "Himitsu" that could have been stolen from Ric Ocasek. There's light balladry, pop, and dance, all held up by the pretty vocals from Pink. It's nice and it's listenable.

Biography

Born: 16 April 1973 in Kyoto, Japan

Genre: J-Pop

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

Bonnie Pink is currently one of Japan's strongest female rock singer/songwriters in a country not known for such a thing. Blessed with a keen ear for melody and a voice that hints at Suzanne Vega, Chrissy Hynde, and Alanis Morissette but ultimately remains her own, Bonnie Pink has gone on to attract worldwide acclaim and the attention of producers including Tore Johhansen (the Cardigans) and Mitchell Froom (Suzanne Vega). Born in Kyoto, Japan, she snagged her first recording contract while still...
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ONE, BONNIE PINK
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  • £8.99
  • Genres: J-Pop, Music
  • Released: 13 May 2009

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