Emi Wakui（和久井映見） was a familiar face as an actress on a lot of 90s J-Dramas such as "Imoto yo"（妹よ...My Little Sister）, "Pure" and "Virgin Road". But the very first time I actually saw her was not via a weekly hour-long program but on a 3-minute-and-change music video. And yep, I actually did see her on that Japan MTV late-night broadcast. "My Lonely Goodbye Club" was her New Year's Day 1990 debut tune, the first of 13 singles she would release up to mid-1997.
She didn't exactly have the strongest vocals, but "My Lonely Goodbye Club", written by Chinfa Kan（康珍化）and composed by Toshio Kamei（亀井登志男）, had a pleasant enough champagne-and-caviar urban contemporary vibe, and the music video (which unfortunately has been taken down) has the very attractive Wakui decked out to the nines for a night on the town.