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Examples of "nanase_aikawa"
Nanase Aikawa, Goto Maki, MINMI and Tomiko Van have covered "Oh My Little Girl."
He remixed the song, "Like a Hard Rain" for Japanese artist Nanase Aikawa, and played on two songs for the Japanese band Slut Banks.
As of August 2004, Nanase Aikawa has released six albums, plus two compilation albums and the mini-album, a total of 24 singles, and no less than three separate concerts and two music video collections on video and DVD.
Nanase Aikawa was born on February 16, 1975, in Osaka, Japan. Throughout her school years, Nanase had sung and participated in a several singing competitions. When Aikawa auditioned for Sony Music Entertainment at the age of 15, she failed, but met a well-known music producer Tetsuro Oda.
The opening themes for this season were by Nanase Aikawa and "Grip!" by Every Little Thing for episodes 96-110. The ending themes were by BoA for episodes 83-85, by Do As Infinity for episodes 86-108, and by Day After Tomorrow for episodes 109-110.
"Bye Bye Boy" was a single released in 2004, by Jennifer Ellison. It is her second, and so far, final single. It is a cover of Japanese rock/pop song "Bye Bye." by Nanase Aikawa. It reached number 13 on the UK charts.
A year later, in February 2005, she released The First Quarter mini-album. This album focused more on ballads and soft music than her well-known rock edge. In November of that same year she released R.U.O.K?!, a mini-album with seven songs. In July 2007, Nanase Aikawa began work on her new album.
The opening themes for this season were "I Am" by hitomi for episodes 55-64 and by Nanase Aikawa for episodes 65-82. The ending themes were "Dearest" by Ayumi Hamasaki for episodes 55-60 and by BoA for episodes 61-82.
Soon after she debuted as a singer, she was sometimes dubbed "The Second Nanase" because of her resemblance to Nanase Aikawa. Spin Aqua released three singles, one album, and a video collection, without commercial success. In 2004, Tsuchiya became pregnant, and the group disbanded.
Less than a year after forming, Gacharic Spin made their national television debut in July 2010 performing "Lock On!!" on NHK General TV's "Music Japan". The members have also served as backing band to Nanase Aikawa, as motion capture models for the 2011 video game "", and coached members of AKB48 for their 2012 music video "Give Me Five!".
December 8, 2010, is the release date of "Fine Fine Day," the first single from the "Rockstar Steady" project. A break from her previous image, Rockstar Steady is an all-girl rock band with Aikawa as its singer, and with songs such as "Fine Fine Day" entirely in English . For the music video, Nanase Aikawa went to Paris to work with the fashion film duo of Antoine Asseraf & René Habermacher, who gave the video a lesbian-chic aesthetic.
In the late 1980s, Oda gained prominence as a songwriter. He composed over 50 top-ten hit singles on the Japanese Oricon chart during the 1990s, including 12 of which have sold over 1 million copies. At the commercial peak of successful career, Oda produced a string of popular hit songs with artists like Zard, Wands, Deen, and Field of View. He also discovered and collaborated with Nanase Aikawa, one of the best-selling Japanese female pop icons from the latter half of the 1990s.
After success in television and men's magazines, Ellison pursued a pop music career. She released two pop rock singles before giving this venture up for acting and glamour modelling. Her first single was "Baby I Don't Care", released in June 2003, which reached #6 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was originally released by Transvision Vamp in 1989. The following year in July, after being brought back into the public eye after winning "Hell's Kitchen", Ellison released her second single, "Bye Bye Boy" a song originally recorded by the Japanese singer Nanase Aikawa - which reached #13 in the UK chart.
Shinya played drums for the track "Back Line Best" on his fellow Luna Sea bandmate J's 1997 debut solo album, "Pyromania". Also in 1997, Shinya started a solo career where he was vocalist and drummer, his first release was the single "Rakkasuru Taiyou" released on September 26. The single "Hyôryûsha" followed on November 21, however, since the release of his first album "No Sticks" in December 1997, there hasn't been any material released by his solo career. After Luna Sea disbanded in 2000, Shinya worked as support drummer for musicians such as Miyavi, Nanase Aikawa, Maki Ohguro, Kyosuke Himuro, and numerous others. He also occasionally teaches drums to students at the Osaka School of Music.
A closed memorial service was held on 26 June at a funeral hall in Aoyama, Tokyo for members of the entertainment industry. This was attended by celebrities such as Maki Ohguro (another female vocalist who, like Sakai, rarely appears in public and writes most of her own material). Almost as if to illustrate Sakai’s impact on the Japanese music scene and the depth of her presence, singers Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba, members of the popular B'z group, pop-singer Mai Kuraki, and even baseball giant Shigeo Nagashima all left moving messages of their encounters with Sakai. Singers Hikaru Utada and Nanase Aikawa, though not personally acquainted with Sakai, also issued memorial statements on their official web pages, describing how Sakai’s death had shocked them.
Avex Group, as part of "Decade"s soundtrack, is releasing a series of albums featuring the songs of the previous nine Heisei Rider series titled the "Masked Rider series Theme song Re-Product CD SONG ATTACK RIDE" series. Each album features the original opening theme song, as well as a rearrangement of each by "Kamen Rider's official band" Rider Chips and by "Climax Jump" composer Shuhei Naruse. The first album, released on May 20, 2009, features originally performed by Masayuki Tanaka for "Kamen Rider Kuuga", "Break the Chain" originally performed by Tourbillon for "Kamen Rider Kiva", and "Alive A life" originally performed by Rica Matsumoto for "Kamen Rider Ryuki". The second album, released on June 24, 2009, features "Round ZERO~BLADE BRAVE" originally performed by Nanase Aikawa for "Kamen Rider Blade", "Justiφ's" originally performed by Issa of Da Pump for "Kamen Rider 555", and originally performed by Shinichi Ishihara for "Kamen Rider Agito". The third album was released on July 22, 2009, and features the "Climax Jump" by AAA DEN-O form for "Kamen Rider Den-O", "NEXT LEVEL" by YU-KI for "Kamen Rider Kabuto", and by Akira Fuse for "Kamen Rider Hibiki".