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Examples of "hitomi_shimatani"
This is the discography of Japanese pop singer, Hitomi Shimatani.
"Delicious!: The Best of Hitomi Shimatani" is the fourth studio album from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani. It was released on December 25, 2003, and hit #2 on the Oricon charts. It sold 462,668 copies.
"Yasashii Kiss no Mitsukekata" is the fifth single of J-pop singer, Hitomi Shimatani, under Avex Trax. It was released September 12, 2001.
"Gate: Scena III" is the third studio album from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani. It was released on August 8, 2003, and hit #2 on the Oricon charts. Since then, it was last recorded as having sold around 194,000 copies.
"Viola" is the fourteenth single from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani, and the first single from her 2004 album "Tsuioku+Love Letter". It peaked at #17 on the Oricon charts and has sold around 22,000 copies.
Papillon is the first studio album from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani. It was released on June 27, 2001, and hit #7 on the Oricon charts. Since then, it was last recorded as having sold around 147,030 copies.
"Destiny: 太陽の花" is the 22nd Single released by Hitomi Shimatani. It was released June 1, 2006. The single title was used as an opening theme for the anime series Black Jack 21.
"Smiles" is the thirtieth single from Japanese pop singer, Hitomi Shimatani. It was released on March 4, 2009. The title track is the theme song for the Japanese movie, "Parallel", starring Shimatani.
Nakitai Nara ("If I Want to Cry") is the twenty-seventh single released by J-Pop singer Hitomi Shimatani. It peaked at #34 on the Oricon charts and sold around 3,754 copies. To date, it is currently her lowest-selling single.
As a guitarist, he works with many musicians: Yuki Isoya (ex-Judy and Mary), Shiina Ringo, Yano Maki, Ayumi Hamasaki, Do As Infinity, Mika Nakashima, Tanpopo (appearing on the single Motto), Elephant Kashimashi, Ikimono-gakari, Chara, Puffy AmiYumi, Kaela Kimura, Maaya Sakamoto, Ayaka, Do As Infinity, Hitomi Shimatani, Yuki Kajiura and so on.
"Angelus" is the sixteenth single from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani, and features the b-side "Z! Z! Z! (Zip! Zap! Zipangu!)". Both songs are featured on her 2004 album, Tsuioku+Love Letter. This was the third and final single released to promote the album. It peaked at number 8 on the Oricon charts and went on to sell around 53,000 copies.
"Jewel of Kiss" is the fifteenth single from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani, and the second single from her 2004 album, "Tsuioku+Love Letter". Released in mid-June, it managed to take the no. 21 spot on the Oricon charts and has since sold roughly 17,000 copies.
Hitomi Shimatani covered this song and released it as her 11th single on June 4, 2003. It was as a theme song for 7 of the 27 serial dramas in NHK's special "" serial dramas, over a period of 6 and 1/2 months.
"Amairo Maxi" is the 8th single of J-pop singer Hitomi Shimatani under Avex Trax. It was released 2 months after her most successful single Amairo no kami no otome. This single contains the ukulele version of Amairo no kami no otome, an upbeat song and a ballad.
The cover version by Hitomi Shimatani was released as her 7th single under Avex Trax on May 9, 2002. The single hit #4 on the Oricon charts and sold 375,000 copies. The A-side is Amairo no kami no otome, a cheerful and upbeat dance track. The B-side, Ashita to Kyou no Aida(Between Tomorrow and Today) is a soft ballad.
The opening themes for this season were "One Day, One Dream" by Tackey & Tsubasa for episodes 139-153 and by Hitomi Shimatani for episodes 154-167. The ending themes were "Come" by Namie Amuro for episodes 139-147, "Change the World" by V6 for episode 148, "Brand-New World" by V6 for episodes 149-166, and "My will" by Dream for episode 167.
"Shinku/Ai no Uta" (深紅/愛の詩) is a single by Hitomi Shimatani released on the day after her 27th birthday, September 5, 2007. It is her 26th single and the title tracks were used as soundtracks in the PS2 Mecha Game Another Century's Episode 3 which was released the day after this single was released.
"シャンティ" (Shanti) is the second studio album from Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani. It was released on June 12, 2002, and hit #1 on the Oricon charts. Since then, it was last recorded as having sold around 438,447 copies. Thus far, it is her highest-selling studio album, and her only one to top the Oricon weekly charts.
"Mahiru no Tsuki" ("Midday Moon"), is the 20th single released by Japanese pop singer Hitomi Shimatani. Its ranking debut was #12 on the Oricon charts, on August 31, 2005. There are four tracks: Two are the regular versions, the other two are instrumentals. The first song, "Mahiru No Tsuki," is a soft ballad. The B-side, "Prayer," is also a soft, slow-sounding song.
Japanese singer Hitomi Shimatani covered the song under the title "Papillon." The song became the biggest hit of Shitamani's career at the time, and made her one of the biggest acts on the Avex Trax label. Néstor Torres recorded a jazz version of the song for his seventh album "This Side of Paradise". An instrumental piano version composed by David Newman for "" film score is heard several times throughout the film.