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|Single by Uverworld|
|from the album Awakeve|
|Released||10 September 2008|
|Songwriter(s)||Katsuya Andou, Takuya Shimizu|
|Uverworld singles chronology|
Koishikute is the 11th Uverworld single, released on 10 September 2008. Despite being freestanding, the song peaked at #3, seling 52,000 copies in its first week. Overall, it has sold 68,000 copies. The song was their highest selling freestanding single until they released 7th Trigger in 2012.
Life thru a Lens is the debut solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams. It was Williams' first solo album following his departure from Take That. Released on 29 September 1997 through Chrysalis Records, it is influenced by Britpop, a departure from the poppier tone of music Take That employed. The album's working name was The Show-Off Must Go On.
Uverworld is a Japanese rock band consisting of six members and originating from Kusatsu, Shiga. "Uverworld" is a term coined by the band members, combining the German word "über" with the English word "world" to form a phrase that means "crossing above the world". They have released nine studio albums and over twenty singles and have sold over three million records worldwide. The band's musical style was influenced by 1960s rock bands like The Beatles, The Zombies, and The Beach Boys, and later influenced by The Cookies, The Kinks, and The Cramps. Vocalist Takuya cited Frank Sinatra, Queen, David Bowie, Weezer, Green Day, and later My Chemical Romance as influences for the band.
"My Sugar Cat" is Mika Nakashima's 19th single. This reggae inspired single was released on 26 July 2006. The single follows the themes of "Cry No More" and "All Hands Together", her earlier 2006 singles. The B-side, "Koishikute", is a Begin cover while the first press of this single will feature a picture label disc.
Kimi no Suki na Uta is the sixth single released by Uverworld under the gr8! records label. The single was released on November 15, 2006 in two different formats, CD only and CD+DVD.
"Jet Boy Jet Girl" is Hitomi Takahashi's 7th single under the Sony Records label, and was released on August 1, 2007 in two different versions - CD only and CD+DVD.
"Shaka Beach: Laka Laka La" is the 8th single by the Japanese band Uverworld and was released on August 8, 2007 in CD and CD+DVD format. The song uses Spanish guitar influences. In the promotional video, people are seen doing the mambo.
"Gekidou/Just Break the Limit!" is the tenth single by Japanese band Uverworld and was released on 11 June 2008 in CD and CD+DVD format. This is the band's first double-A single. "Gekidou" was used as the fourth opening theme for the anime D.Gray-man and "Just break the limit!" was used in a commercial for Pocari Sweat.
"Hakanaku Mo Towa No Kanashi" is the twelfth single by the Japanese band Uverworld and was released on November 19, 2008. Limited edition version contains Mobile Suit Gundam 00 version of the title song with the original cover.
AwakEVE is the 4th full album released by Japanese band Uverworld as well as the follow-up to their third album, Proglution. It was released February 18, 2009. A limited pressing of the album was also released on the same day which includes a DVD containing music videos of Roots, Gekidō (激動), Koishikute (恋いしくて) and Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi (儚くも永久のカナシ) as well as a video featuring the process of filming the music videos for Roots, Gekidō (激動).
"Kanashimi wa Kitto" is the 14th single released by the Japanese rock band Uverworld. Released on October 28, 2009, it reached #2 on Japanese Oricon Weekly Charts.
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Last is the 5th full album released by Japanese band Uverworld as well as the follow-up to their fourth album, Awakeve. It was released on April 14, 2010 under gr8! records label. A limited pressing of the album was also released on the same day which includes a DVD containing music videos of 99/100 Damashi no Tetsu (99/100騙しの哲?), Go-On and Kanashimi wa Kitto (哀しみはきっと?) as well as a video of the filming process for their 3 music videos and a bonus clip "Special Track 09.12.25: Turn Around with Gold" which is a Gold special video.
"Gold" is the 15th single by the Japanese rock band Uverworld. It was released on March 31, 2010. The second track of the single, "Change" is set to be the image song of the upcoming Mobile Suit Gundam 00 movie adaptation. Both regular and limited pressings include a Mobile Suit Gundam 00 illustration-wide cap sticker.
No.1 is a Japanese-language song, and the seventeenth single, by the Japanese band Uverworld and was released on November 19, 2008. This song was also perform at Tokyo Dome as a leading track for Last Tour Final. Limited edition version contains Three live song footage at Zepp Tokyo from Last Tour 2010.
"Go-On" is a Japanese-language song by Uverworld. It is the band's 13th single and was released on 5 August 2009. GO-ON is the 2nd ending theme of the drama, Dr. House. Go-On's Oricon Weekly Ranking is #2 and sold a total of 53k copies which is a little more than 恋いしくて which is a non tie-up. Despite this, the single was well received by fans and pretty much a solid single itself. The limited edition and regular comes with one of the 4 different stickers.
"Qualia" is the 16th single by Uverworld and was released September 15, 2010. This song was used as an ending theme for the film Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer. The B-side song "Ultimate" is the theme song for the PSP game Last Ranker which was released July 15, 2010. Its Oricon top #200 weekly peak is #2, selling a total of 65,525 copies in its first week.
Koishikute(恋しくて / Yearn for You) is the fifty-fourth single by Japanese singer-songwriter Koda Kumi, released on December 26, 2012, pushed back from the original release date of December 5, 2012. The single debuted No. 4 on the Oricon Daily Charts, took No. 7 for the week and remained on the charted for six weeks.
Bon Voyage is the eleventh studio album by Japanese recording artist Kumi Koda. It was released on February 26, 2014 by Rhythm Zone. Bon Voyage is Koda's first album since her 2012 Japonesque, and her longest album in production since her 2008 studio album Kingdom. The album's production was handled by several music producers, such as Joseph Lawrence, Toby Gad, T-Sk, Mats Lie Skare, Figge Bosstrom, Tommy Henriksen, Badur Haberg, and Clarabell. It also features guest appearances from Sean Paul and OVDS. Five different formats were released to promote the album: a standalone CD, a CD and DVD bundle, a CD and Blu-ray bundle, a fan package featuring a live DVD, and a digital release in Japan.
Life Changes is the third studio album from American country pop singer Thomas Rhett. Released on September 8, 2017, through Valory Music Group, Rhett produced the album alongside Dann Huff, Jesse Frasure, Julian Bunetta and Joe London. It includes the chart-topping singles "Craving You" with Maren Morris, and "Unforgettable". The album debuted at No. 1 with 123,000 album-equivalent units, giving Rhett his first number one album on the Billboard 200.
"Touch Off" is a single recorded by the Japanese rock band Uverworld, released through Gr8! Records on February 27, 2019. It reached 3rd place on Oricon chart, selling 33,340 copies in its first week. "Touch Off" was used as the season one opening theme for the 2019 anime The Promised Neverland.