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Yui Horie

Starting out like a tone of voice actor in several anime series, Yui Horie (created Yoshiko Horie) released her first album of sugary J-pop in 2000, coinciding with her main breakout in a respected role in the competitive Japanese tone of voice performing world. Launching an album each year or so in conjunction with her performing career, Horie gradually developed some chart quantities, peaking quickly with high product sales of her second record, Black Kitty and Moon Floating Experience, but returning over and over with solid showings. Spending a couple of years from the documenting studio and only performing and a favorite Tokyo radio present, Horie returned towards the graphs in early 2008 with the very best Ten debut of Darling.

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