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This article contains the discography of Japanese punk/rock singer Hitomi Takahashi.
Two pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: one opening theme and one ending theme. The anime's opening theme is by Hitomi Takahashi. The ending theme is "Changes" by Base Ball Bear.
Hitomi Takahashi was born on April 8, 1989 in the Miyagi Prefecture of Japan. By the influence of her father, she grew up listening to his favorite music, which was classic rock such as Eric Clapton and the Beatles.
"Bokutachi no Yukue" is the debut single of Hitomi Takahashi. The song was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny from phase 25 to 37.
"" is Hitomi Takahashi's 6th single, and is the 4th ending theme song to the anime Gintama as of January 7. The single came with a wide "Gintama" sticker, along with an original "Gintama" calendar that dates from April 2007 to March 2008. Also, to commemorate the release of this single, Hitomi held a special live titled HITOMI TAKAHASHI LIVE "Candy Line" on March 29, where Takuya made a guest appearance. For promotion of this single, various commercials with Gintoki from Gintama and Hitomi Takahashi herself have aired on Japanese televisions.
The novel was adapted into a film, also called "The Setting Sun", which was released by Kaerucafe on June 13, 2009. Directed by Masatoshi Akihara and with a screenplay by Yukie Ochiai, the film starred Eriko Sato as Kazuko. Other cast members included Yōichi Nukumizu, Yosuke Ito, Sera Rinka, Kota Masago, Ichiro Ogura, and Hitomi Takahashi as the mother.
"" is the 9th single released by Japanese punk/rock singer Hitomi Takahashi under the Sony Records (gr8! records) label, and is her first release for 2008 and since her graduation from high school. This single was released over seven months after her album Bamboo Collage, and over eight months after her last single. Tsuyoku Nare
"Jet Boy Jet Girl" is the 7th single released by Japanese punk-rock singer Hitomi Takahashi, and her 2nd single to be released in 2007, five months after "Candy Line". The song replaced Uverworld's "endscape" as the opening theme song for the anime "Toward the Terra", making "Jet Boy Jet Girl" the second opening theme for the anime. First pressings of the CD+DVD version included an animation video clip of "Toward the Terra", along with a sticker and tarot card.
"evergreen" is the second single released by Japanese singer, Hitomi Takahashi. The a-side song was used as the first theme song for the Japanese TV drama "New Kids War". Though this single did not sell as well as her 1st, it still managed to appear in the Top 30 on the Japanese Oricon Charts and overall almost sold 30,000 copies. "evergreen" is currently her third best selling single in terms of sales.
sympathy is the debut original studio album released by the Japanese singer Hitomi Takahashi. The album was released in Japan in two formats, CD+DVD and CD Only, both of them containing the same cover. As information about the album was unveiled, Hitomi's Official Site announced that the album song "Yakusoku" would be used as the ending theme for the Japanese TV Program "THE SUNDAY."
The anime's opening theme is , performed and written by Hitomi Takahashi, with Satoru Hirade on composition and arrangement and produced under Sony Music Records. The opening theme single was released on June 4, 2008. The ending theme is "Changes" performed and arranged by Base Ball Bear of EMI Music Japan with lyrics and composition by Yūsuke Koide. The ending theme single was released on May 8, 2008. The anime's original soundtrack was released on June 25, 2008.
On January 25, 2006, Sony released Kondō's tribute album "Matchy Tribute", in which Hitomi Takahashi covered the song "Midnight Shuffle". He also released his greatest hits album "Matchy Best" on February 6, 2006. The album "Matchy Best" debuted at number fifteen on the Oricon album charts. On May 9, 2007, he released his first DVD work, "Kondō Masahiko '07 Valentine's Day in Budokan", which was shot at his live concert at the Nippon Budokan on February 14, 2007. The DVD debuted at number one on the Oricon weekly music DVD charts.
Each season uses different songs for its opening and ending themes. For the first season of "Blood+," the opening theme is by Hitomi Takahashi and the ending theme is by Chitose Hajime. "Seasons’ Call" by Hyde is used as the opening for the second season, and "Cry No More" by Mika Nakashima is used for the ending. For the third season, the opening theme is "Colors of the Heart" by Uverworld and the ending theme is "This Love" by Angela Aki. Final season episodes open with by Jinn and close with "Brand New Map" by K. For the series finale, however, "The Things I Pass Down" is reprised for the closing sequence.
"" is the 8th single release by Japanese punk singer, Hitomi Takahashi. The song was known for quite sometime before the announcement of the single, and had already been chosen as the ending theme song for the movie "Hōtai Club". The a-side song was also used as the ending theme song for the Japanese variety TV show, "KING's BRUNCH" during the months of August and September. First pressings of the CD came with a complimentary ticket for the showing of "Hōtai Club", though the ticket was not available for those living outside Japan. Upon its first week of release, "Tsuyoku Nare" charted at #68, making it her lowest charting single to date.
This season uses six musical pieces: two opening themes and four ending themes. The first 24 episodes feature "Pray" by Tommy heavenly6. Since episode 25, the opening theme is by YO-KING. The first ending theme is by Captain Straydum. It is replaced in episode 14 by "Mr. Raindrop" from Amplified, which used until episode 24. It is then followed by by redballoon. Since episode 38 the ending is by Hitomi Takahashi. Besides the regular themes, episode 12 uses a remixed version of "Fūsen Gamu". Episode 49 changes "Kyandi Line" as an opening, while the ending is a remix of ""Tōi Nioi"".
Bamboo Collage is the second original studio album to be released by Japanese punk/rock singer Hitomi Takahashi. The album came out just over a month after the release of her 8th single, "Tsuyoku Nare", and over a year and a half after her debut album "sympathy". The album contains a total of six new songs - the other seven were already released on the five singles released for the album's promotion. As with the singles released for this album, all songs were produced by Takuya, while music and lyrics were written by punk/rock artists such as shogo.k from 175R and Maeda and Yamamoto from GagagaSP.
This season has been using six musical pieces: two opening themes and four endings themes. The first opening is "Stairway Generation" by Base Ball Bear and is replaced by "Light Infection" by Prague in episode 177. The first ending is by Pengin, while in episode 164 it replaced with by Hitomi Takahashi and Beat Crusaders. Since episode 177 the ending theme is by One Draft and by Qwai is used since episode 190. Episode 184 exchanges the use of the themes; with "Wonderful Days" as the opening and "Light Infection" as the ending theme.
The first studio album from the singer, "Sympathy", was released on March 1, 2006. The album came in two formats, CD only and CD+DVD (limited edition), and contained 12 tracks in total, with 7 of them being previously unreleased songs. The album debuted at number ten for its first week on the Oricon Charts, and sold over 30,000 copies. For the release of the album, Hitomi held her first live concert on April 1, 2006. Commenting on how much she enjoyed the concert, Hitomi soon decided to hold more concerts for her "sympathy" album. The concerts were named the "Hitomi Takahashi Live "Sympathy" ~BOXX Series~", and became a way for her to promote new songs. In total, the tour had six lives.
"Toward the Terra" was adapted into an animated TV series in 2007, co-animated by Minamimachi Bugyōsho and Tokyo Kids, and produced by Aniplex, SKY Perfect Well Think and Mainichi Broadcasting System. It was directed by Osamu Yamazaki, written by Satoru Nishizono and featured character and conceptual designs by Nobuteru Yuki ("Vision of Escaflowne") and Yutaka Izubuchi ("RahXephon") respectively. The first opening theme, spanning episodes 1-13, was "endscape", performed by the band Uverworld, while the first ending theme is "Love is", performed by Miliyah Kato. These were replaced from episodes 14-24 onwards, with the second opening theme being "Jet Boy Jet Girl", performed by Hitomi Takahashi, and the second ending theme being "This Night", performed by Chemistry.
On March 8, 2011, a musical based on and featuring hide's music debuted, named "Pink Spider" after his song of the same name. The show stars both Nao Minamisawa and Hitomi Takahashi as Meru, a girl who likes rock music, struggling between the real world and a fictional one. Other cast members included Taka (defspiral) and J (Luna Sea), with the backing band being the rest of defspiral. The production ran from March 8 to the 27 at the Tokyo Globe Theater and was then brought to Fukuoka, Kobe, Nagoya, Niigata, Sendai, and Sapporo in April. A compilation album of the songs used in the musical (the original versions by hide) was released on March 2 and is titled ""Musical Number" -Rock Musical Pink Spider-".