Now, here's a Yoshie Kashiwabara（柏原芳恵）tune with a bit more bite. Songwriter Miyuki Nakajima（中島みゆき）had created the tender-hearted "Haru Nanoni"（春なのに）for the Osakan aidoru earlier in 1983 which became one of Kashiwabara's signature tunes, but then came another Nakajima-Kashiwabara collaboration titled "Camouflage" in December of that year which dipped Yoshie-chan into more of that aidoru rock a la Akina Nakamori（中森明菜）and her musical predecessor Momoe Yamaguchi（山口百恵）.
Enter that wailing guitar, enter the horns and enter that hint of disco rhythm, and one would expect a huskier voice. However, it is indeed Yoshie's light fluttery vocals, but somehow the melding of her aidoru voice and all of that funky music behind her work well just like some of Akina's earlier uptempo hits.
Not sure how long the above video will stick around with us, but for those who have wondered about bringing together Kashiwabara's aidoru tunes with her later career as a racy pin-up model, it's your lucky day! In any case, "Camouflage" peaked at No. 6 on Oricon and ended 1984 as the 72nd-ranked song. It managed to sell close to 200,000 records.