By the 1970s, kayokyoku singers had become younger and younger and the term 'idol' became widely used for such singers. These were young, good-looking singers, and by the late 70s a never-ending succession of teenage singers appeared one after another. Generally speaking, 'idols' don't necessarily have musical talent, their fans not caring about such a minor detail. The image and presence is what counts. High quality studio musicians, composers and producers are usually employed to compensate for whatever talent the idol is lacking. Their success or not, is usually linked to their promotion, an idol being little more than a product.
Disc 1 : 1. Minako Honda / 1986 Nen no Marilyn 2. Eriko Tamura / Locomotion Dream 3. Risa Tachibana / Kimi wa Don't Cry 4. Chiemi Kai / Star 5. Maiko Ito / Binetsu Kana 6. Hiroko Yakushimaru / Tantei Monogatari 7. Yoshimi Iwasaki / I Think So 8. Iyo Matsumoto / Toki ni Ai wa 9. Tomoyo Harada / Mamotte Agetai 10. Miyoko Yoshimoto / Shiroi Basket Shoes 11. Eri Aikawa / Junai Count Down 12. Kaori Tsuchiya / Koi to Namida no 17 sai 13. Tomomi Nishimura / Yumeiro no Message 14. Yasuko Kuwata / Datsu Platnic 15. Pati / Ashita Saku
Disc 2 : 1. Eriko Tamura / Sukiyo 2. Risa Tachibana / Gimon 3. Minako Honda / Temptation (Yuwaku) 4. Tomoyo Harada / Aijo Monogatari 5. Keiko Okuda / Plastic 6. Yasuko Sawaguchi / Follow Me 7. Shojo-Tai / Can't Take My Eyes Off You 8. Naomi Kawashima / Gemini 9. Minako Fujishiro / Furimuite Daring 10. Kaori Sakagami / Lace no Cardigan 11. Helen Sasano / Kokoro-bosoi na 12. Tomoko Ishizaka / Arigato 13. Megumi Kawashima / Mr. Fushigi 14. Koyuki Matsumoto / Ai ga arukara Ikiteikeru 15. Hiroko Yakushimaru / Main Theme