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|Studio album by Ai Otsuka|
|Released||12 April 2017|
|Genre||J-pop, Electronic Music|
|Ai Otsuka chronology|
Love Honey is the eighth studio album released by Ai Otsuka on 12 April 2017.
Ai Otsuka is a Japanese singer-songwriter from Suminoe-ku, Osaka, Japan. She is a popular artist on the Avex Trax label and is best known for her 2003 hit "Sakuranbo," which stayed in the Top 200 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart for 103 weeks.
Track list from Ai's official website.
All tracks written by Ai Otsuka.
|12.||"Hibi, Ikite Ireba"|
Love Cook is Ai Otsuka's third album released on 14 December 2005 under the Avex Trax record label. It was released in four formats: CD only, CD+DVD, CD+Photobook and CD+Picture Book. The latter two are limited to 150,000 copies each, and feature different sleeve case covers. The picture book illustrations are hand-drawn by Ai herself.
Love Jam is the second album by Ai Otsuka, released on 17 November 2004 under the Avex Trax record label. This album was available in CD and CD+DVD editions. The first-press of the CD Only edition came with an 80-page illustration book drawn by Ai Otsuka herself. The album hit #30 in 2005, selling 414,513 copies. In total, the album has sold about 656,708 copies.
Love Punch is the debut album by Ai Otsuka released on 31 March 2004 under the Avex Trax record label. This album was released in two formats: a CD Only version and a CD+DVD version. The CD+DVD edition comes with a DVD containing promo clips and interviews. Initial pressings contained a limited edition picture book. The album reached #3 on the Oricon charts and stayed on the charts for a total of 98 weeks. Because the album sold 519,300 copies in 2004, it became the #20 most popular album of 2004. However, it also charted on the 2005 end-of-year charts at #94 as it sold 159,025 copies in that year as well. In total, this album has sold 698,277 units.
"Planetarium" is Ai Otsuka's tenth single, which was released on 21 September 2005. The single had great success and became Otsuka's second #1 hit on the Oricon charts, selling 316,425 copies. In 2005, Planetarium sold 215,114 copies, making it the #41 best-selling single of the year. However, it still charted into the next year and was the #99 best-selling single in 2006, selling 100,555 copies. Planetarium is her second best-selling single after "Sakuranbo."
"Ren'ai Shashin" is the 13th single by Japanese singer Ai Otsuka, released on the Avex Trax label. It is also her third and final single released in 2006.
"Ai am Best" is the first 'Best of' compilation album by Ai Otsuka. The album contains 13 pre-2006 tracks with the respective music video for each. "Ai am Best" was released on March 28, 2007. The title of the album is a pun on her first name, Ai, which is pronounced like the English word "I".
"Chu-Lip" is Ai Otsuka's 14th single under the avex trax label. It is also her first single released in 2007.
The discography of Ai Otsuka, a Japanese singer-songwriter, contains eight studio albums, two compilation albums, eleven live DVD albums, and twenty-two singles.
"Daisuki da yo." is Ai Otsuka's sixth single, which was released on October 20, 2004 under the avex trax label. It peaked at number three on the Oricon chart in Japan.
Love (ラブ) is a fictional female bunny character and singer created by Japanese singer Ai Otsuka. Love was to star in an album originally titled I canChu♥ and a promotional music video from I canChu♥, but the release was changed to a single and titled "Love no Theme" before it was released on April 11, 2007. Otsuka released a second single under Love titled "White Choco" on November 21, 2007. On November 18, 2009, the debut mini-album of Love was released, titled Love It.
Love Piece is Ai Otsuka's fourth album. It was released in two formats: CD Only and CD + DVD. The first press of the CD+DVD version includes a special music video of the song U-Boat from Otsuka's LOVE COOK album, while the first press of the CD Only version includes a 40-page original photo-book. The first press of both versions also includes a box three times the size of a regular CD, with a coloured case in one of six colours.
"Pocket" is Ai Otsuka's 16th single released under the avex trax label. It is her third (fourth) single to be released in 2007. This is her first single to be released after her fourth album, approximately two months after Love Piece. This is Otsuka's first original single since her debut single "Momo no hanabira", which sold 44,822 copies, to sell less than 100,000 copies.
Kurage, Nagareboshi is Japanese pop singer Ai Otsuka's 18th single, released on 10 September 2008. It will include a CD-only and CD + DVD format, as well as four different covers to celebrate her 5-year anniversary. There will be a 5th anniversary limited edition CD-only and CD + DVD version, as well as regular CD-only and CD + DVD versions. It is described as a "heartwarming ballad for the summer". The 5th Anniversary covers pay homage to the covers of her debut single, Momo no hanabira, whose release this single is meant to commemorate. Kurage, Nagareboshi is similar in style to Kingyo Hanabi and Planetarium; people often group the three songs together. It was used as the theme song for the TBS series, Koisuru Hanikami!.
Love Letter is the fifth studio album released by Ai Otsuka on 17 December 2008. It come in a CD-only format and CD + DVD format. Thirteen songs are included; four from her singles Pocket, Rocket Sneaker / One × Time and Kurage, Nagareboshi.
"Bye Bye" (バイバイ) is the 19th single from Japanese singer Ai Otsuka, and the fourth single to be released from her Love Letter album. It is her second re-cut single, and it will be the CM song for the Asahi Breweries LTD new low-alcohol beverage, Asahi Slat.
Love It is the debut mini-album of Ai Otsuka under her pen name Love. It was released on November 18, 2009 under the label Avex Trax, and was released only one week after the release of Otsuka's compilation album Love Is Best.
Love Fantastic is the sixth studio album released by Ai Otsuka on 16 July 2014. It was her first album released in 6 years, as the previous one—Love Letter—was released in 2008.
Love Tricky is the seventh studio album released by Ai Otsuka on 22 April 2015. It's her first studio album, that has not any single release prior release of the album. It was released in both a CD+DVD edition and a CD edition; if purchased through her official fan club is came with a bonus CD featuring remixes. The album was co-produced by Abe Noboru from Studio Apartment and presents a sound that is slightly more electronic than her older works. The album reached #24 on the weekly Oricon chart, and it continued to rank for a total of three weeks.
The following is an overview of the year 2008 in Japanese music. It includes notable awards, lists of number-ones, yearly best-sellers, albums released, groups established and disestablished, deaths of notable Japanese music-related people as well as any other relevant Japanese music-related events. For overviews of the year in music from other countries, see 2008 in music.