|Time to Destination|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 15, 1998|
|Genre||Pop rock, J-pop|
|Every Little Thing chronology|
|Singles from Time to Destination|
Time to Destination is the second full album of the Japanese pop rock group Every Little Thing, released on April 15, 1998. It is the best-selling album from the band, with 3,520,330 copies sold, also becoming the 10th best-selling album of all time in Japan.
All songs written, composed and arranged by Mitsuru Igarashi, unless otherwise noted.
|1.||"For the Moment"||4:33|
|2.||"Ima Demo... Anata ga Suki Dakara (今でも・・・あなたが好きだから)"||4:49|
|3.||"Face the Change"||4:22|
|4.||"Old Dreams" (Instrumental)||0:24|
|5.||"Monokuroomu (モノクローム; Monochrome)"||3:57|
|6.||"All along"||Kaori Mochida||4:35|
|8.||"Deatta Koro no Yō ni (出逢った頃のように)"||4:24|
|9.||"Shapes of Love"||4:57|
|11.||"Time Goes By" (Orchestra Version)||Mitsuru Igarashi, Strings arrangement： Jeremy Lubbock||5:14|
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