Synonyms for kome_kome_club or Related words with kome_kome_club

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Examples of "kome_kome_club"
She made her musical debut in September 2005 under the stage name Hiromi Matsuura with the single "Cruel", produced by Joplin Tokuno of Kome Kome Club. Her first release charted at number 3 on the Japanese Singles Chart.
On December 3, 2008, Ya-kyim released a single as part of a "Respect" project where the group collaborated with a variety of artists as a tribute, including Kome Kome Club, Seamo, Spontania, Dohzi-T, and HI-D. The group performed a cover of Kome Kome Club's song "Kimi ga Iru Dake de" and created new tracks with the other artists.
When he worked as a salesperson at a precision instrument measuring manufacturer, he was joined with an acquaintance at the impressionist live house Sokkuri Tate Kisara at Shinjuku, Tokyo, this triggered him to start doing impressions on stage. Kokubu's first impression at Kisara was the members of Kome Kome Club.
The ski resort is home to many concerts. A-Nation (2002), Dreams Come True (band) (2003), Glay (1998), Kaela Kimura (2005), Kome Kome Club (1992), L'Arc-en-Ciel (1999), Masayoshi Yamazaki (2000), Monkey Majik (2008), Morning Musume (2001), Mr. Children (1995), Sharam Q (1996), SMAP (2001), and Tube (band) (1994) held concerts in the resort.
Before graduating from the university, he became interested in playing non-classical music and started performing with Toshihito Nakanishi, who inspired him in many ways. Hijiri also started his career as a composer when he produced an album published together with a photobook by Kenji Ishikawa, "Moonlight Blue". Hijiri handled string arrangements for albums and movies for Kome Kome Club and started his career as an arranger as well.
"Kamen feat. Tatsuya Ishii" is Japanese singer-songwriter Kumi Koda's tenth single in her "12 Singles Collection." It featured Tatsuya Ishii (also known as Tatuya Ishii) from the famed group Kome Kome Club, who had written the lyrics to the song, alongside composer Kazuhito Kikuchi. At the time, Kazuhito Kikuichi had just separated from the rock duo Breath. As with most of the other singles in the collection, the single was limited to 50,000 copies.
While working as both as a salesman and an impressionist, he felt that he prefer impressions more, and later retire from being a salseman to concentrate on his impressions. Kokubu originally doing impressions of the Kome Kome Club members, he gradually increased his repertoire. In about two and a half years after his debut at Kisara, he became a regular of "Bakushō sokkuri monomane Kōhaku Uta Gassen Special".
Unlike its predecessor, "Color The Cover" songs were remastered to have a modern vibe, but still hold the tune of the original tracks. The album contains both electronic songs and ballads. Famous covered songs include hide's (deceased member from X Japan) solo song "Pink Spider" and Shizuka Kudō's "Blue Velvet." It also contains the remastered "Shake Hip!," originally by the famous Kome Kome Club. For promotions, Koda Kumi performed several songs, including "Shake Hip!," with their original artists. It was also the first time Kumi and Kome Kome Club's Tatsuya Ishii shared a stage since Koda Kumi's 2006 single KAMEN.
Kimi ga Iru Dake de (君がいるだけで, lit. "Just by you being here") is a Japanese song by Kome Kome Club released on May 4, 1992. On the Japanese Oricon chart, it sold 924,780 copies in one week and debuted at the number-one position. It held the top rank in total of six weeks. It sold over 2.89 million copies and is the top-selling J-Pop single of the 1990s and sixth best-selling song in Japan since 1968, when the official Oricon sales records start. The song was the best promotion single of their new album "Octave", which sold around two million copies. The song won the grand prix award at the 34th Japan Record Awards of pops and rock genre.