History Music / PizzicatoFive

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* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: Naturally, since they Since they happen to be ''from'' Tokyo.

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* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: Naturally, since they Since they happen to be ''from'' Tokyo.
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* EpicInstrumentalOpener: The original 11 and a half minute version of "Darlin' of Discotheque" is instrumental for the first seven and a half minutes. The radio edit reduces this to about 30 seconds.
* GratuitousEnglish / GratuitousFrench: Not uncommon. Some of their videos even credit them as "Les Pizzicato V".



* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: Since they happen to be ''from'' Tokyo, [[JustifiedTrope this trope is justifed]].

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* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: Naturally, since they Since they happen to be ''from'' Tokyo, [[JustifiedTrope this trope is justifed]].Tokyo.
10th Jan '15 12:09:21 PM notahandle
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''Partial Discography:''

''Albums:''

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''Partial Discography:''

''Albums:''
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''Singles'':

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22nd Sep '14 1:01:22 AM tenryufan
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* ThrowItIn: Maki and Yasuharu stumbling over their catchphrase at the start of "Happy Sad": "A new stereosonic found... bam!"
26th Jul '14 1:48:21 PM Quag15
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A Japanese pop group active from 1986 to 2001, and one of the main groups of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibuya-kei Shibuya-kei]] scene.

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A Japanese pop group active from 1986 to 2001, '''Pizzicato Five''' (often known simply by the initials P5) was best known to audiences in the West in their later incarnation as a duo of Maki Nomiya and one Yasuharu Konishi. The group, widely credited (along with Flipper's Guitar) with spearheading the Shibuya-kei movement of Tokyo in the 1990s, was influenced by genres as distinct as Bossa Nova, Soul, Yé-Yé, Chanson, Funk and 60's English pop music.

''Partial Discography:''

''Albums:''
* ''Pizzicatomania!'' (1986)
* ''Couples'' (1987)
* ''Bellissima!'' (1988)
* ''By Her Majesty's Request'' (1989)
* ''Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You'' (1991)
* ''This Year's Girl'' (1991)
* ''Sweet Pizzicato Five'' (1992)
* ''Overdose'' (1994)
* ''Romantique 96'' (1995)
* ''Happy End
of the main groups of World'' (1997)
* ''The International Playboy & Playgirl Record'' (1998, [[MarketBasedTitle released in
the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibuya-kei Shibuya-kei]] scene. US]] in 1999 as ''Playboy & Playgirl'')
* ''Çà et là du Japon'' (2001)

''[=EPs=]'':
* ''Lover's Rock EP'' (1990)
* ''This Year's Model EP'' (1991)
* ''Readymade Records EP'' (1991)
* ''London-Paris-Tokyo'' (1991)
* ''A Television's Workshop EP'' (1994)
* ''Sister Freedom Tapes'' (フリーダムのピチカート・ファイヴ freedom no Pizzicato Five?) (1997)
* ''A Message Song EP'' (1996)
* ''Darlin' of Discothèque EP'' (1999)
* ''Nonstop to Tokyo EP'' (1999)
* ''A Perfect World EP'' (1999)
* ''Voyage á Tokyo EP'' (2000)

''Singles'':
* ''Pizzicato V in "The Audrey Hepburn Complex"'' (1985)
* ''Pizzicato V in "Action"'' (1986)
* ''Sweet Soul Revue'' (1993)
* ''The Night Is Still Young - 7:00pm Tokyo'' (1993)
* ''Happy Sad'' (1994)
* ''Triste'' (1995)
* ''Twiggy Twiggy'' (1995)
* ''Baby Portable Rock'' (1996)
* ''Mon Amour Tokyo'' (1997)
* ''I Hear a Symphony'' (1997)
* ''La Règle du Jeu'' (1998)
* ''Such A Beautiful Girl Like You'' (1998)
* ''Week-End'' (1998)
* ''Playboy Playgirl'' (1998)

''Matador exclusive releases'':
* ''Five by Five'' (1994)
* ''Made in USA'' (1994)
* ''Quickie EP'' (1995)
* ''Unzipped EP'' (1995)
* ''The Sound of Music by Pizzicato Five'' (1995)
* ''Trailer Music'' (1997)
26th Jul '14 1:32:14 PM Quag15
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A Japanese pop group active from 1986 to 2001, and one of the main groups of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibuya-kei Shibuya-kei]] scene. Best known of one of their hit singles, ''Sweet Soul Revue''.

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A Japanese pop group active from 1986 to 2001, and one of the main groups of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibuya-kei Shibuya-kei]] scene. Best known of one of their hit singles, ''Sweet Soul Revue''.
2nd Jul '14 1:54:36 PM Quag15
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* BeehiveHairdo: Maki has one in the music video for "Happy Sad".
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* {{Retraux}}: Present in their music and their artwork as well as some videos.

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* {{Retraux}}: Present in some of their music music, videos and their artwork as well as some videos.artwork.
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* {{Retraux}}: Present in their music and their artwork as well as some videos.
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