Synonyms for anna_tsuchiya or Related words with anna_tsuchiya

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Examples of "anna_tsuchiya"
"The Letter" feat. Anna Tsuchiya appears on Hoobastank's greatest hits album "" (Deluxe edition).
The Japanese singer and lyricist Anna Tsuchiya sang the ending theme for the film, titled GUILTY.
Anna Tsuchiya Inspi' Nana (Black Stones) is an album released by rock recording artist Anna Tsuchiya. It was released on Mad Pray Records, February 28, 2007. It is possible that it is both a soundtrack for the NANA anime, as well as her second solo studio album.
On 21 April 2012, Shin started his tour titled "" (Shin Fearless Rock Tour) in Taipei at Taipei Arena with Anna Tsuchiya and A-Lin as guests.
"Carry On" by Japanese-American Artist Anna Tsuchiya is played during the credits. The film was released theatrically in Japan on October 27, 2012.
Another duet version of the song was released in Japan by Universal International on 5 August 2009 with Japanese singer, lyricist and actress Anna Tsuchiya.
"LUCY" is the fifth single of singer Anna Tsuchiya released 14 February 2007 under the pseudonym of "ANNA TSUCHIYA inspi' NANA (BLACK STONES)" for the MAD PRAY RECORDS label, a sub-label to Avex. It is her third single to be released under the NANA franchise, the first being "Rose" and the second being "Kuroi Namida". It debuted at #12 on the Oricon Singles Daily Chart.
"Kamikaze Girls" centers on two students, Momoko Ryugasaki (Kyoko Fukada) and Ichigo "Ichiko" Shirayuri (Anna Tsuchiya), who are from completely different backgrounds: one is a Lolita-fashioned girl, the other, her antithesis, a Yankī. The story showcases their friendship.
"Slap that Naughty Body / My Fate" is the second single of singer Anna Tsuchiya released 23 March 2006 under the Mad Prey Records label, a sub-label to Avex. Its highest "Oricon Style" ranking was #68.
Ju-ken (born June 27, 1971 in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese session bassist. He was a support member of Gackt, The Wanderers and Anna Tsuchiya. He is one of the most in-demand bassists in Japan.
In October, Berryz Kobo participated at the Asia Song Festival 2008 in South Korea, representing Japan along with W-inds and Anna Tsuchiya. Berryz won the festival's Best Asian Newcomer Award along with the SM Entertainment group Shinee.
In 2002, K.A.Z formed the short-lived rock unit Spin Aqua with singer, actress, and former model Anna Tsuchiya. After producing three singles and one album, they dispersed in mid-2004.
Her brother, Joshua, was a model, married to Japanese singer and actress Anna Tsuchiya, but he died of heart failure in Tokyo at the age of 25 on May 20, 2008.
The song was conceived when Amuro had an idea ofor a collaboration featuring a chorus of strong female vocalists. When thinking of such musicians in Japan, Ai and Anna Tsuchiya came to mind. Amuro felt a collaboration with Ai, as she had worked so many times in the past with her,
The song has also been covered by Japanese pop-rock singer Anna Tsuchiya, who changed the lyrics to keep only the music from the original song. The song in question is called "BLUE MOON" and is present on the track list of her 2006 single "SLAP THAT NAUGHTY BODY/My Fate".
A live-action film adaptation was released in Japan on February 24, 2007. The film stars Anna Tsuchiya and marks the directorial debut of photographer Mika Ninagawa. Ringo Sheena is the music director, her album "Heisei Fūzoku" acting as the soundtrack.
Strip Me? is the debut studio album by Japanese recording artist Anna Tsuchiya. A CD+DVD version of the album was released that included all of Tsuchiya's music videos that were released prior to the album, as well as the documentary "SING or DIE".
Kazuma also started his solo career after the disbanding. In 2003, he performed a duet with Vivian Hsu, "Moment", which was used as the second opening theme to the anime "Mobile Suit Gundam SEED". He has also played support guitar for Anna Tsuchiya and Damijaw (solo project of Janne Da Arc member Ka-yu).
As a songwriter, Rylin has worked with artists like Jesper Strömblad, Magnus Karlsson (guitarist), Fredrik Åkesson, Peter Wichers, Harry Hess, Bobby Ljunggren, Peter Kvint and Magnus Funemyr. She has written songs both for her solo project, her band and other international bands and artists. For example the famous Japanese singer/actress/model Anna Tsuchiya and Japanese pop duo Tackey & Tsubasa.
On June 25, 2011, Amuro attended the 2011 MTV Video Music Aid Japan award ceremony, performing "Wonder Woman" with Ai and Anna Tsuchiya. This was the first performance of the song, as well as the first performance of any of the new songs from the album.