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* WordSaladLyrics: "Asia no Junshin" ("Naive Asia") almost seems like random words thrown together. An example of TropesAreNotBad, as the song was both their first single and a BreakthroughHit.

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* WordSaladLyrics: "Asia no Junshin" ("Naive Asia") almost seems like random words thrown together. An example of TropesAreNotBad, Administrivia/TropesAreNotBad, as the song was both their first single and a BreakthroughHit.


In their native Japan, their act is just called Puffy; they were rechristened as Puffy ''[=AmiYumi=]'' when they traveled to the United States, to avoid confusion with rapper Sean Combs, who occasionally uses that moniker.

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In their native Japan, their act is just called Puffy; they were rechristened as Puffy ''[=AmiYumi=]'' when they traveled to the United States, to avoid confusion with rapper Sean Combs, Music/SeanCombs, who occasionally uses that moniker.


* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''The Very Best of Puffy'', ''Hit & Fun'', and ''15''.

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* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''The Very Best of Puffy'', ''Hit & Fun'', and ''15''. The tie-in album for ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' mostly counts, though it does feature original recordings as well.


* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Ami's English language solos "Always Dreamin' About You", "Be Someone Tonight", and "Security Blanket".

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Ami's English language solos "Always Dreamin' About You", "Be Someone Tonight", and "Security Blanket". Subverted big time in their English version of "Asia no Junshin."



* WordSaladLyrics: "Asia no Junshin" ("Naive Asia") almost seems like random words thrown together.

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* WordSaladLyrics: "Asia no Junshin" ("Naive Asia") almost seems like random words thrown together. An example of TropesAreNotBad, as the song was both their first single and a BreakthroughHit.


* AWildRapperAppears: The song "Wake Up, Make Up" features Ani and Bose from the Japanese rap group Scha Dara Parr. Though, it isn't in the middle of the song, it's close to the beginning.

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* AWildRapperAppears: The song "Wake Up, Make Up" features Ani and Bose from the Japanese rap group Scha Dara Parr. Though, it isn't in the middle of the song, it's close to the beginning.beginning.
* WordSaladLyrics: "Asia no Junshin" ("Naive Asia") almost seems like random words thrown together.


* LoveIsADrug: The song "Your Love Is A Drug" from the album ''Nice.''.

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* LoveIsADrug: The song "Your Love Is A Drug" from the album ''Nice.''.''





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** They also performed themes for ''Anime/TokyoPig" by separate: Ami's song "Tadaima" is the ending theme, while Yumi's "Tsuyoki na Futari" is one of its openings.

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** They also performed themes for ''Anime/TokyoPig" ''Anime/TokyoPig'' by separate: Ami's song "Tadaima" is the ending theme, while Yumi's "Tsuyoki na Futari" is one of its openings.


** They have performed the opening theme for ''Manga/BunnyDrop'', and other songs for ''Anime/OhEdoRocket'', ''Anime/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew'', ''Anime/SDGundamForce'', ''Manga/HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovieInheritorsOfTheWillOfFire'', and ''Shimajiro to Wao!''.

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** They have performed the opening theme for ''Manga/BunnyDrop'', and other songs for ''Anime/OhEdoRocket'', ''Anime/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew'', ''Anime/SDGundamForce'', ''Manga/HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovieInheritorsOfTheWillOfFire'', and ''Shimajiro to Wao!''.


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Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura are a pair of Japanese pop stars that came together and rose to popularity in TheNineties. In their native Japan, their act is just called Puffy; they were rechristened Puffy ''[=AmiYumi=]'' when they traveled to the United States, to avoid confusion with rapper Sean Combs, who occasionally uses that moniker. They have starred in two shows, ''Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Puffy'' (wherein they met and interacted with famous guests such as Creator/HarrisonFord and SylvesterStallone) and more recently ''Hi Hi Puffy Bu'', and [[NotQuiteStarring not quite starred]] in an American AnimatedSeries, ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''. They are also famous for having recorded the theme song for the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series in both English and Japanese.

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Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura are a pair of Japanese pop stars that came together and rose to popularity in TheNineties. TheNineties and have been active for almost two decades.

In their native Japan, their act is just called Puffy; they were rechristened as Puffy ''[=AmiYumi=]'' when they traveled to the United States, to avoid confusion with rapper Sean Combs, who occasionally uses that moniker. moniker.

They have starred in two shows, {{variety show}}s, ''Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Puffy'' (wherein they met and interacted with famous guests such as Creator/HarrisonFord and SylvesterStallone) Creator/SylvesterStallone) and more recently ''Hi Hi Puffy Bu'', and [[NotQuiteStarring not quite starred]] in an American AnimatedSeries, ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''.''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''. They are also famous for having recorded the theme song for the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series in both English and Japanese.



* AnimeThemeSong: They performed the opening theme for ''UsagiDrop''.
** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}'', and ''Shimajiro to Wao!''.
*** Ami's solo song Tadaima is the ending theme to the ''HareTokidokiButa'' anime, while Yumi's solo Tsuyoki na Futari is one of its openings.
* AlbumFiller: Robot Prototype Version 0.2, Natsuyasumi Prototype, and Puffy de Bossa (all from Fever*Fever) are all so short that there's no doubting they're likely filler.
* AutoTune: The girls' voices are Auto-Tuned in the song Wake Up, Make Up.
* BandToon: ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''
* BreakupSong: So Long Zero
* BowChickaWowWow: The backing guitar in Pool Nite sounds like this.
* CarSong: Hayai Kuruma (literally means Fast Car)
* ChristmasSongs: R.G.W.
* CoverAlbum: The Hit Parade and Puffy Ami Yumi x Puffy.

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* AnimeThemeSong: AnimeThemeSong:
**
They have performed the opening theme for ''UsagiDrop''.
** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'',
''Manga/BunnyDrop'', and other songs for ''Anime/OhEdoRocket'', ''Anime/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew'', ''Anime/SDGundamForce'', ''Manga/HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}'', ''Anime/NarutoShippudenTheMovieInheritorsOfTheWillOfFire'', and ''Shimajiro to Wao!''.
*** ** They also performed themes for ''Anime/TokyoPig" by separate: Ami's solo song Tadaima "Tadaima" is the ending theme to the ''HareTokidokiButa'' anime, theme, while Yumi's solo Tsuyoki "Tsuyoki na Futari Futari" is one of its openings.
* AlbumFiller: Robot "Robot Prototype Version 0.2, Natsuyasumi Prototype, 2", "Natsuyasumi Prototype", and Puffy "Puffy de Bossa Bossa" (all from Fever*Fever) ''Fever*Fever'') are all so short that there's no doubting they're likely filler.
* AutoTune: The girls' voices are Auto-Tuned in the song Wake "Wake Up, Make Up.
Up".
* BandToon: ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''
''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''
* BreakupSong: So "So Long Zero
Zero".
* BowChickaWowWow: The backing guitar in Pool Nite "Pool Nite" sounds like this.
* CarSong: Hayai Kuruma "Hayai Kuruma" (literally means Fast Car)
"Fast Car").
* ChristmasSongs: R."R.G.W.
W."
* CoverAlbum: The CoverAlbum:
** Single-Artist Tribute albums: ''The
Hit Parade Parade'' and Puffy ''Puffy Ami Yumi x Puffy.Puffy''.
** Tribute album: ''Puffy Covers'', covered by artists such as Music/ThePillows, Kazuyoshi Saito and Guitar Wolf.



* FadingIntoTheNextSong : The outro of Hatarakuyo fades into Puffy de Bossa

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* FadingIntoTheNextSong : The outro of Hatarakuyo "Hatarakuyo" fades into Puffy "Puffy de BossaBossa".



* GreatestHitsAlbum: The Very Best of Puffy, Hit & Fun, and 15
* IntercourseWithYou: Pool Nite (also known as Swimming Pool) and arguably Kuchibiru Motion.
* JungleDrums: Ai no Shirushi
* LoveIsADrug: The song "Your Love Is A Drug" from the album Nice.

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* GreatestHitsAlbum: The ''The Very Best of Puffy, Hit Puffy'', ''Hit & Fun, Fun'', and 15
''15''.
* IntercourseWithYou: Pool Nite "Pool Nite" (also known as Swimming Pool) "Swimming Pool") and arguably Kuchibiru Motion.
"Kuchibiru Motion".
* JungleDrums: Ai "Ai no Shirushi
Shirushi"
* LoveIsADrug: The song "Your Love Is A Drug" from the album Nice.''Nice.''.



* MetalScream: Yumi at the beginning of her solo cover of Masahiko Kondo's song High-Teen Boogie.

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* MetalScream: Yumi at the beginning of her solo cover of Masahiko Kondo's song High-Teen Boogie."High-Teen Boogie".



* SingerNamedrop: Youkai PUFFY and Puffy no Rule not only have their band name in the title, but the lyrics as well. Several other songs have the name in the title.
* SongOfSongTitles: The outro of Dare Ga Sore O references several of their songs.
* SongStyleShift: Hare Onna. The song starts out with a relatively calm, acoustic verse and the chorus happens and you're blasted with electric guitars.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Ami's English language solos "Always Dreamin' About You", "Be Someone Tonight", and "Security Blanket"
* TheSomethingSong: "Hajimari no Uta", "Haru no Uta", and "Sakura no Hanaga Saku Amai Amai Kisetsu no Uta"

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* SingerNamedrop: Youkai PUFFY "Youkai PUFFY" and Puffy "Puffy no Rule Rule" not only have their band name in the title, but the lyrics as well. Several other songs have the name in the title.
* SongOfSongTitles: The outro of Dare "Dare Ga Sore O O" references several of their songs.
* SongStyleShift: Hare Onna. The song "Hare Onna", which starts out with a relatively calm, acoustic verse and the chorus happens and you're blasted with electric guitars.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Ami's English language solos "Always Dreamin' About You", "Be Someone Tonight", and "Security Blanket"
Blanket".
* TheSomethingSong: "Hajimari no Uta", "Haru no Uta", and "Sakura no Hanaga Saku Amai Amai Kisetsu no Uta"Uta".



* AWildRapperAppears: The song Wake Up, Make Up features Ani and Bose from the Japanese rap group Scha Dara Parr. Though, it isn't in the middle of the song, it's close to the beginning.

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* AWildRapperAppears: The song Wake "Wake Up, Make Up Up" features Ani and Bose from the Japanese rap group Scha Dara Parr. Though, it isn't in the middle of the song, it's close to the beginning.

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* UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade: Appeared in the 2005 edition on a float based on their cartoon series.


** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}'', and Shimajiro to Wao!.

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** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}'', and Shimajiro ''Shimajiro to Wao!.Wao!''.


** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', and ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}''.
*** Ami's solo song Tadaima is the ending theme to the ''HareTokidokiButa'' anime.

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** As well as the themes to ''OhEdoRocket'', the eighth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, ''SDGundamForce'', ''HatarakiMan'', ''GenjiMonogatariSennenki'', and ''Anime/{{Naruto Shippuden The Movie Inheritors Of The Will Of Fire}}''.
Fire}}'', and Shimajiro to Wao!.
*** Ami's solo song Tadaima is the ending theme to the ''HareTokidokiButa'' anime.anime, while Yumi's solo Tsuyoki na Futari is one of its openings.


* DarkerAndEdgier: Shoubijin


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* FadingIntoTheNextSong : The outro of Hatarakuyo fades into Puffy de Bossa


* GratuitousEnglish: Due to them being Japanese, nearly all of their English language songs are this. Mostly due to Yumi, as Ami's English isn't too bad.

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* GratuitousEnglish: Due to them being Japanese, nearly all Some of their Japanese songs will have a few English language songs are this. Mostly due to Yumi, as Ami's English isn't too bad.lines.



* SillyLoveSongs: Love So Pure

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* SillyLoveSongs: Love "Love So PurePure" and "Forever", among others.

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* SillyLoveSongs: Love So Pure

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