One of the biggest idol stars on the 1990s, Namie Amuro even created a new word - Amura- her followers. She is from Okinawa and went to the Okinawan Actor's School that also created the popular groups Max and Speed. She has proven to be more durable than most idol stars, arguably eclipsed by others now, but is still setting trends. Sweet 19 Blues is her second album including 'Body Feels Exit', 'Chase the Chance' and 'Don't Wanna Cry'.. All tracks written, composed and produced by hit machine Tetsuya Komuro, with his trademark programmed dance beats. Released in 1996.