Originally released in 1973, this was the third album by Yosui Inoue. It was the first album in Japan to sell more than a million copies and spent a record number of weeks at number one. It was partly recorded in London, and featured John Gustafson and Pete Robinson of Quatermass with come co-arrangements by Nicky Harrison who had just worked with the Rolling Stones. Kiyoshi Imawano co-wrote a couple of songs and other leading musicians include Shuichi Murakami (drums) Tadaaki Misago (drums) and Haruomi Hosono (bass). Remastering by Ted Jensen.
1. Akazu no Fumikiri 2. Hajimari 3. Kaerenai Futari 4. Chie-Chan 5. Kori no Sekai 6. Shiroi Ichinichi 7. Jiko Ken'o 8. Kokoro Moyou 9. Machibouke 10. Sakura Sangatsu Sanpomichi 11. Fun 12. Koharu Obasan 13. Oyasumi