Triplane (band)

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Triplane
Genres Rock
Years active2002–present
Labels Tearbridge Records (2004-2017)
Ezogashima Label (2017-)
Ivy Records (2018-)
Website Triplane.jp
MembersHyoue Ebata
Kazuya Takeda
Makoto Hirota
Past membersKenji Kawamura

Triplane is a Japanese rock band who has released multiple singles and albums, as well as performed songs for the soundtracks of anime, dramas, and other Japanese programming. "Moving Heart"(ココロハコブ,Kokoro Hakobu) off of their most recent album and single has been used as the ending theme for Tomica Hero: Rescue Force . [1] Previously, their single "Dear Friends" was used as the ending theme for One Piece episodes 246 through 255.

Contents

Members

Former members

Discography

Albums

  1. ライナーノート
  2. 陽だまりのように
  3. スピードスター
  4. Dear Friends
  5. あの雲を探して
  6. Days
  7. 夏の夢
  8. Raspberry
  9. Reset
  10. いつものように
  11. 僕らの街
  1. モノローグ
  2. 愛の唄
  3. I Am
  4. 扉を開くよ
  5. メトロ
  6. Jump ー線の向こうへー
  7. 僕に出来る事
  8. Yesterday
  9. エアポケット
  10. ココロハコブ
  11. 明日晴れたら
  1. Dare ni Saku Hana(誰に咲く花)
  2. Always
  3. Taiyou no Kisetsu ni(太陽の季節に)
  4. Remon(檸檬)
  5. Natsu ga Owareba(夏が終われば)
  6. Omohide no Sora(おもひでの空)
  7. Around My Life
  8. Akibare no Sora no Shite de(秋晴れの空の下で)
  9. Shiroi Hana(白い花)
  10. Koe()
  11. Kimi ni Saku Uta(君に咲く歌)

Singles

  1. スピードスター
  2. セーター
  1. あの雲を探して
  2. パラダイス
  1. Reset
  2. ゲンジボタル
  1. Dear Friends 
  2. You
  3. Dear Friends (TVエンディング用70秒バージョン)[初回限定盤のみ]
  1. いつものように
  2. monopoly
  1. エナジー
  1. 夏が終われば
  2. ココロハコブ~TV Ver.~
  3. モノローグ~アコーステックver.~

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