Kahimi Karie, the trendy star of the "shibuya-kei" pop scene (once a member
of Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her with Takako Minekawa) who relocated to
Paris in 1997, would like to pose like Francoise Hardy but she's more modestly
a sensual singer of Lolita-pop. Like most Japanese pop musicians, her music
is at least self-referential, and strong on humour (bordering on the
Check out Lolilapop Dollhouse.
Momus wrote Le Roi Soleil and Good Morning World
Cornelius wrote Elastic Girl.
Her EPs, like Larmes De Crocodile and I Am A Kitten,
have been compiled on
Kahimi Karie (Minty Fresh, 1998).
The mini-album K.K.K.K.K. (Minty Fresh, 1998) takes advantage of
an all-star cast to supply Karie with silly ditties
(One Thousand 20th Century Chairs, The Symphonies Of Beethoven)
that make Britney Spears sound like a genius.
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