|"W-B-X (W-Boiled Extreme)"|
|Single by Aya Kamiki and TAKUYA|
|from the album Individual Emotion|
|Released||November 11, 2009|
|Songwriter(s)||Shoko Fujibayashi (lyricist), Shuhei Naruse (composer, arranger), TAKUYA (arranger)|
|Aya Kamiki singles chronology|
|TAKUYA singles chronology|
|Kamen Rider Series theme songsingles chronology|
"W-B-X (W-Boiled Extreme)" Aya Kamiki w TAKUYA (上木彩矢 w TAKUYA, Kamiki Aya w TAKUYA). The song is Kamiki's first release under the Avex Trax label and is used as the opening theme for Kamen Rider W . It is also a single from her first album released under Avex titled Individual Emotion .(stylized as "W-B-X ～W-Boiled Extreme～") is the eleventh single by Japanese singer-songwriter Aya Kamiki and the first as a collaboration with TAKUYA, former guitarist of the Judy and Mary, as
In its first day of release, the single sold 7000 copies and reached #8 on the Oricon daily charts. [ citation needed ] The single has sold 54,176 copies during 27 weeks and has been downloaded more than 100,000 times (Gold) on mobile.It also became the #1 theme song downloaded as a ringtone for the week of November 25 to December 1.
All lyrics are written by Shoko Fujibayashi; all music is composed by Shuhei Naruse.
|1.||"W-B-X (W-Boiled Extreme)"||3:19|
|2.||"W-B-X (Hard Boiled Jazz Edit.)"||3:53|
|3.||"W-B-X (W-Boiled Extreme) (Instrumental)"||3:18|
|1.||"W-B-X (Video Boiled Extreme)"|
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