I only needed 1 or 2 listens to Hiraku Uchuu Pocket to know for sure that it’s the best album KOTOKO’s made in her decade-long career thus far. That might not seem like high praise when you consider the fact that the four LPs that preceded it were…well, not very good.
This happens to be KOTOKO’s…
Pretty much my thoughts as well, although I still put Glass no Kaze ahead of this one. I think the diversity of arrangement may put it ahead for some, and I probably like more tracks off Hiraku Uchuu Pocket more than Glass no Kaze, it just isn’t as sentimental.
I think more importantly HUP shows off more sides to KOTOKO’s “range” (trance, denpa, rock) than her previous albums.
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