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In the early 1980s, with the spread of car stereos, the term City Pop came to describe a type of popular music... a breezy, mellow mixture of smooth jazz and album-oriented rock – often with elements of jazz fusion, jazz-funk, or boogie – which appealed to an older and more affluent Japanese audience. Essentially a "mood" or "lifestyle" genre, its themes reflected a life of luxury in a sophisticated urban environment.
artwork is topboy shampoo and spray rinse - eizin suzuki (1984)
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