My view of the 80s female aidoru scene all the way from Seiko Matsuda（松田聖子）to Wink is that it was somewhat like a massive pyramid with the ones at the peak achieving pop superstardom, a second layer below with some more of those aidoru who never quite became supernovae but maintained enough popularity to keep releasing singles and make moves into TV as tarento. Then there is the humongous bottom layer where perhaps hundreds of teens were able to make their brief 15 minutes of fame for a handful of singles before quietly disappearing and retiring or transferring into other aspects of show business.
As much as I adore the upper echelons of 80s aidoru including Seiko-chan, Kyoko Koizumi（小泉今日子）and Akina Nakamori（中森明菜）, I've also had an interest in seeing and listening to at least a small fraction of those aidoru from the bottom layer. Perhaps, they may not have become stars but I've always wondered whether they did come up with some diamonds in the rough, so to speak.
Marcos V. was the fellow to first bring aidoru Chieri Ito（伊藤智恵理）to "Kayo Kyoku Plus" via her 5th single "Coconuts no Kataomoi"（ココナッツの片想い）. As he wrote, she was a minor aidoru who made her debut in June 1987 with "Paradise Walker". The song itself isn't particularly special (Oricon rank: 23 with 45,000 records sold) although there is some of that hint of what American pop music was like to me back in those days. However, I do like Ito's voice; I find it quite resonant. The late Masami Tozawa（戸沢暢美）and Ken Sato（佐藤健）created the song for her.
As it were, Ito released a total of 7 singles up to 1990 and 2 original albums. However, into the 1990s she did release 5 singles and 1 album under the new name of just Chieri, and even became the vocalist for the band The Rhythm Kings, releasing a couple of singles and albums with them.