Synonyms for nami_tamaki or Related words with nami_tamaki

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Examples of "nami_tamaki"
"Believe Reproduction Gundam SEED edition" contains remixes of the song "Believe" by Nami Tamaki.
The song was covered by pop singer Nami Tamaki on 2007's "".
"Realize Reproduction Gundam SEED edition" contains remixes and a TV opening mix of the song "Realize" by Nami Tamaki.
Japanese pop-idol Nami Tamaki produced the song "Identity" as a part of the Delta Astray project.
The second opening theme is "ZoNE-iT" by Kotoko and the second ending theme is "Vivid Telepathy" by Nami Tamaki.
Best Concert: My Graduation is the 2nd concert DVD from Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The DVD managed to become #8 on the Oricon Charts. It is so far the highest budgeted concert from Nami Tamaki, featuring a large screen, two stage levels, and professional dancers, as well as unique costumes.
Make Progress is the second album from Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The album was Tamaki's first Oricon number-one album and the most successful to date.
"Realize" is the second single released by Nami Tamaki. The song was used as the last opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from phase 41 to 50.
"Believe" is the debut single of Nami Tamaki. The song was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from phase 27 to 40.
"Storm" was covered by Nami Tamaki for the 2007 "". It was also covered by Lolita23q on the 2011 compilation "Crush! -90's V-Rock Best Hit Cover Songs-".
Speciality is the third album from Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The album was Tamaki's second to reach number one on the Oricon charts.
"Brightdown" is a single from the Nami Tamaki album "Don't Stay". Brightdown was used as the 2nd opening theme to the anime D.Gray Man.
Graduation: Singles is the first compilation album from Japanese singer Nami Tamaki. It peaked at number six in the Oricon album charts and charted for ten weeks.
As a producer and lyricist, she is known either as meg rock, meg hinata or Megumi Hinata. She has produced songs for a great number of singers, the most famous of which include Chieko Kawabe, Nami Tamaki, and Shoko Nakagawa.
The music in the game was composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, Shunsuke Tsuchiya and Yuki Harada. The opening theme is Negai Hoshi by Nami Tamaki, and the ending theme is Tenshi no Hashigo ~crepuscular rays~ by Yui Makino.
"Reason" is the 6th single released by Nami Tamaki. The song was used as the first ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny, from phase 01 to 13.
"Result" is the 11th single released by Nami Tamaki. The song was used as the ending theme for as well as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD remastered edition.
Greeting is the first album by Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The album was released in Japan by Sony Music Japan, then re-released in America by Tofu Records.
"もしも願いが..." is the 18th single to be released by Nami Tamaki. It is also being used as the image song for the Nintendo Wii Version of VALHALLA KNIGHTS.
In 2007 on her extended play "Sings: Winter, and Luv", Satomi' covered the song, and in 2010 Nami Tamaki covered the song on her single "Omoide ni Naru no?" (2010). In 2012, bilingual singer Beni covered the song in English for her album "Covers 2". She wrote the new English lyrics in collaboration with lyricist Seiji Motoyama.