Tokyo Cramzy Days

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Tokyo Cramzy Days
Studio album by Saori Atsumi
Released March 21, 2007
Label Lantis

Tokyo Cramzy [a] Days(東京クラムジーデイズ) is an album by Saori Atsumi. The album contains multiple tracks previously used in anime: "Biidama" is the ending theme to Genshiken , "Mōsukoshi… Mōsukoshi…" is the ending theme to Midori Days , and "Ai" is the opening theme to Kujibiki♥Unbalance .

Saori Atsumi is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

Anime Japanese animation

Anime is hand-drawn and computer animation originating from or associated with Japan.

<i>Genshiken</i> 2004 film

Genshiken is a manga series by Shimoku Kio about a college club for otaku and the lifestyle its members pursue. The title is a shortening of the club's official name, Gendai Shikaku Bunka Kenkyūkai (現代視覚文化研究会), or "The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture". The series has also been adapted into an anime directed by Tsutomu Mizushima. The manga originally ran in Kodansha's monthly manga anthology Afternoon from April 2002 to May 2006, and has been reprinted in nine bound volumes. The ninth and final volume was released in Japan in December 2006.

Track listing

# English translation Japanese titleTime
Kanji Romaji
1."True Things"ほんとのことHonto no Koto3:50
3."On the Radio in the Middle of the Night"真夜中のラジオMayonaka no Rajio4:30
4."A Little More... A Little More..."もう少し…もう少し…Mōsukoshi... Mōsukoshi...4:18
5."Can't See the Blue Sky"青い空が見えないAoi Sora ga Mienai4:28
8."Love Argument"恋愛論Ren'ai Ron3:28
9."I Wrote a Letter to You Because"君のために手紙を書いたKimi no Tame ni Tegami o Kaita4:06
10."If Tomorrow"明日になればAshita ni Nareba5:22
11."We're So Childish"幼い僕らOsanai Bokura4:36
12."I See God"神様がみてるKami-sama ga Miteru4:33

Notes and references

a ^ : [ sic ] "Cramzy" (クラムジー) is a blend of the English words "cram" (クラム) and "crazy" (クレイジー).

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