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Perfume wishlist vol. 1: 9 things I want from their music

At time of writing, Perfume have been in the game for 17 years. Which is 17 years longer than I think many had thought they would last when they first showed up dancing in tutu's and Converse to Lil' Kim's "How many licks". It's almost unprecedented for a J-Pop girl group in Japan to last this long without the rotational member system that AKB-48 employ and even they haven't been in the game as long as Perfume.

Whilst Perfume's live performances have evolved significantly over the course of their 17 year tenure in J-Pop, their music hasn't quite mirrored this. Whilst each album Perfume put out features songs I love, I can't wholeheartedly say that I think their music as a whole gets better with each release. A new Perfume album is always sure to have a song or two which features a style or a sound that Perfume haven't done before and sounds great, but this never goes across an album. Perfume's music has become a jukebox of inconsisten…

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