Unmei no Shizuku (Destiny's Star)/Hoshizora Keikaku

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"Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~"
Single by Girl Next Door
B-side "Hosizora Keikaku"
ReleasedDecember 22, 2010 (Japan)
Genre J-pop
Label Avex Trax
Girl Next Door singles chronology
"Ready to Be a Lady"
(2010)
"Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~"
(2010)
"Silent Scream"
(2011)
CD + DVD

Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~ (運命のしずく~Destiny's star~, lit. "Drop of Fate ~Destiny's star~") is the tenth single by the band Girl Next Door and released by Avex Trax on December 22, 2010. The song is used in the movie Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial.

Contents

CD track listing

  1. Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~ (運命のしずく~Destiny's star~, lit. "Drop of Fate ~Destiny's star~")
  2. Hoshizora Keikaku (星空計画)
  3. Hoshizora Keikaku (星空計画) ~Merry X’mas thanks daddy ver.~
  4. Be your wings (Hi-NRG Attack Remix)
  5. FRIENDSHIP (BE MY FRIENDS Remix)

DVD track listing

  1. Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~ (Music Video)
  2. Hoshizora Keikaku (Music Video)

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