Tobira Album

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Tobira Album
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Studio album by
Rie fu (舩越 里恵 Rie Funakoshi)
ReleasedNovember 21, 2007
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Japan
Rie fu (舩越 里恵 Rie Funakoshi) chronology
Rose Album
Tobira Album
Urban Romantic

Tobira Album is J-Pop singer Rie fu's third album, released in 2007. It reached #34 on the Oricon Albums Chart. [1]

Track listing

The album includes the following tracks: [1]

  1. "5000 マイル~Album version" (5000 Miles)
  2. "Come To My Door"
  3. "ツキアカリ" (Moonlight)
  4. "君が浮かぶよ" (You Come to Mind)
  5. "tobira"
  6. "On Its Way"
  7. "Until I Say"
  8. "SMILE"
  9. "Feel The Same"
  10. "dreams be"
  11. "Sunshine of my day~Live version"
  12. "London"
  13. "あなたがここにいる理由" (The Reason You're Here)

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  1. 1 2 Tobira Album (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved January 22, 2014.