Truthfully, "UNBALANCE+BALANCE" never quite bowled me over like "Cruise" or some of her earlier albums during her aidoru era but I can always give it another listen. However, the two tracks that hit me immediately was the vibrant "Aibu"（愛撫）created by Tetsuya Komuro（小室哲哉）. It sounded just like it was made for an action sequence in the city, and one of my friends immediately pegged it as a Komuro production without even checking the liner notes just on sound alone.
The second track was the cool and urbane and slightly technopoppy "Not Crazy To Me" which was also one half of a double A-side single...her 27th to be exact...with "Everlasting Love" released in May 1993. With lyrics by NOKKO from rock band Rebecca and music by Ryuichi Sakamoto（坂本龍一）who can probably dream up great music during the briefest of power naps, Nakamori provided another musical voyage through the metropolis but not for an action sequence. This was more of a determined walk through the happening places in town. The sultriness of her voice was perfect here and I do like those keyboards in there.
In fact, I could see Akina herself as the tough cop or world-weary denizen of the streets if there had been a music video. Michael Douglas could sidle up to her as someone in the know about a certain crime and suggest something for which Akina could mutter through cigarette smoke, "Not crazy to me, man, not crazy at all..." Well, OK, I never intended to become a screenwriter.
"Not Crazy To Me" made it to the Top 10 of the week by reaching No. 10. I would be interested in finding out whether there were other Sakamoto/Nakamori collaborations since then.