Tokyo Star (album)

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Tokyo Star
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Studio album by
ReleasedApril 2, 2008 (2008-04-02)
Genre Pop, Urban
Label Sony Music Japan
Miliyah Kato chronology
Diamond Princess
Tokyo Star
Best Destiny
Singles from Tokyo Star
  1. "My Girl (Feat. Color)"
    Released: May 30, 2007
  2. "Love Is..."
    Released: June 20, 2007
  3. "Lalala / Futurechecka"
    Released: October 17, 2007
  4. "19 Memories"
    Released: February 27, 2008

Tokyo Star is Miliyah Kato's third studio album. It was released on April 2, 2008 and has since become her second best selling album, peaking in its second week at #4. It produced four singles, My Girl, Love Is..., Lalala / Futurechecka and 19 Memories.

Track listing

1."Lalala feat. Wakadanna (Shōnan no Kaze)"Miliyah, WakadannaMiliyah, Wakadanna, MINMI MINMI7:20
2."19 Memories [1] " Tetsuya Komuro, MiliyahTetsuya Komuro, Miliyah3rd Productions5:49
3."Better days -sweet love side- [2] "Miliyah Dohzi-T, Shingo.S, Miliyah3rd Productions4:41
4."You Go Your Way"MiliyahMiliyahYanagiman4:51
6."Love Is..."MiliyahMiliyah3rd Productions4:45
7."Saigo no I LOVE YOU"MiliyahMiliyah3rd Productions4:33
8."Just Wanna Have Fun"MiliyahMiliyah3rd Productions3:58
10."Young Lady"MiliyahMiliyahThe Company5:11
11."Sayonara"MiliyahMiliyah3rd Productions4:21
12."U gatta understand"MiliyahMiliyahTomokazu“T.O.M”Matsuzawa4:58
13."Ai wa Kawarazu"MiliyahMiliyahCro-Magnon5:38
14."Futurechecka feat. Simon, Coma-Chi & Taro Soul"MiliyahSimon, Coma-Chi & Taro Soul, Maurice White3rd Productions4:35
15."Tokyo Star"MiliyahMiliyahJEFF3:29
DVD (Limited edition only)
1."Lalala feat. Wakadanna (Shōnan no Kaze) -Short Movie Version-" (Music video) 
2."Lalala feat. Wakadanna (Shōnan no Kaze) -Myliyah's Premium Version-" (Music video) 
3."19 Memories" (Music video) 
4."making of 19 Memories" 

Notes and references

  1. The cover of Namie Amuro song Sweet 19 Blues
  2. The Miliyah version of Dohzi-T's Better days feat.Miliyah Kato and Roma Tanaka.

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