Today (Angela Aki album)

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ReleasedSeptember 19, 2007 (Japan)
Genre J-pop
Label Epic Records Japan
Angela Aki chronology
Singles from Today

Today is the second studio album from Angela Aki. This album was released in two different versions. A limited edition CD+DVD version and a CD only version. It has topped the Oricon Top 200 Weekly chart and has so far sold over 200,000 copies.


Track listing

1."Sakura iro (サクラ色, Cherry Blossom-colored)"5:18
4."Ai no Uta (愛のうた, Love Song)"6:01
5."Tashika ni (たしかに, Surely)"4:58
6."Silent Girl"3:47
7."Moral no Sōshiki (モラルの葬式, Funeral of Morals)"5:46
8."Otome Gokoro (乙女心, Maiden Heart)"4:16
9."One Melody"5:34
10."Tomo no Shirushi (友のしるし, Symbol of Friendship)"4:53
11."Kodoku no Kakera (孤独のカケラ, Fragments of Solitude)"5:23
12."On & On"4:55
(+DVD)(First Press Limited Edition)
1."Sakura iro (サクラ色) Music Video" 
2."Kodoku no Kakera (孤独のカケラ) -Special Ver.- Music Video" 
3."Tashika ni (たしかに) Music Video" 
4."Again (Live 2007.4.30 In NHK Hall)" 
5."Sakura iro (サクラ色) (Live 2007.4.30 in NHK Hall)" 
6."Kodoku no Kakera (孤独のカケラ, Fragments of Solitude) (Live 2007.4.30 in NHK Hall)" 
7."Making Of Sakura iro (サクラ色)" 
8."Making Of Kodoku no Kakera (孤独のカケラ)" 
9."Making Of Tashika ni (たしかに)" 
10."Today Recording Document" 

Promotional Performances

  1. 09/14 - Music Station (Again)

Release history

RegionDateFormatDistributing labelCatalogue codes
Japan September 19, 2007 [1] [2] CD, CD/DVD, digital downloadSonyESCL-3030, ESCL-3028~9
South Korea September 20, 2007 [3] [4] CD, digital download2353486
Taiwan September 21, 2007 [5] CD88697160762
Hong Kong September 25, 2007 [6] [7]
Singapore 88697202832
JapanOctober 1, 2007 [8] Rental CDESCL-3030

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