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I love this album!

This is amazing. If you like electronic/club music, you're definitely going to adore this album.

A Bit Disappointing

I have to admit, I was really excited for this album to drop- maybe that made my expectations too high. After listening to Step on the Floor and Feelin' Alright I thought this album would be killer, but it has fallen drastically short of that mark. While World of Fantasy had some repetitiveness to it, it was edgy and had a lot of different styles and elements. While I'm not upset this is traditional Capsule, some of the songs here are just lackluster and annoyingly repetitive. Dee J is absolutely the most grating track on this record. I can't stand it at all. I hope this will grow on me in time, but for now it's just decent.

Nakata has done it again~

To begin, I got this album yesterday and matched it with iTunes Match today. When I first got the album...none of the songs really clicked (except Feelin' Alright and Step on the Floor) BUT as I really started playing more of the album, I really liked more of the other tracks Tapping Beats for example, it was a really good track that reminded me of World of Fantasy (which to me is still one of the best capsule albums, and it tells a story) I also loved In the Rain, and Never Let Me Go I just think it lacked with not having enough Toshiko, and also a lot of the tracks were more calm. The weakest track to me was Dee J. And other than that, it's a pretty good album for any capsule fan. (Or if you really like Electronic, Dance lolo) I hope to see more capsule either later this year or next year! They keep doing an awesome job!


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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