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Artist: Show Ya

Title: White

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Category: AOR/Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Eastworld (Japan)

Catalog Number: TOCT-8408

Personnel

Keiko Terada lead and backing vocals
Miki Nakamura organ, synthesizers, backing vocals
Miki Igarashi guitar, guitar synth, backing vocals
Miki Tsunoda drums
Satomi Senba bass

Tracks

1.  title in Japanese  4:53
2.  Blow Away  4:30
3.  title in Japanese  5:08
4.  title in Japanese  4:33
5.  Everybody Someday  5:38
6.  title in Japanese  4:01
7.  Actor  4:41
8.  title in Japanese  5:37
9.  title in Japanese  7:28
10.  Go  4:20
11.  Mr. J  3:32
  
Total Running Time:  54:21

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nanteau Date: November 2, 2003 at 17:45
What's all these for??? --I guess it's a quite commercial idea to nurse the hunger of japanese fans for that kind of music & moreover to make a lot of money. (--I can't believe it: three albums in just one year; got they nuts???)

From: Kip Date: August 26, 2004 at 13:01
No, no. This was their first Greatest hits CD. Aieshitayo (Song 3) is their best in my opinion. Its a great AOR ballad sung in Japanese. The opening track is solid too. Unfortunately this album is quite rare and goes for good money on Ebay if one ever does surface.

From: JonniJigolo Date: January 2, 2009 at 14:19
No Kip, this was actually the third greatest hits album in 18 months! ("New Best Now" & "New Best Now 70" coming before it). This was aimed at the Christmas '88 market and features way too many ballads, although Show-Ya did some amazing ballads. My favourite track would have to be track 6 "Mizu No Naka No Toubousha". Although The album would have been much better if "Shidokenaku Emotion" was on here, which was their first major hit from the "Queendom" album. I'd give it 90/100


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