Synonyms for ringo_sheena or Related words with ringo_sheena

ukigumo              seiji_kameda              ringo_sheena_ringo_sheena              neko_saito              hideaki_tokunaga              akiko_yano              tokyo_jihen              hi_izuru_tokoro              takashi_matsumoto              utaite_myōri_sono_ichi              tamio_okuda              sanmon_gossip              rie_tomosaka              kiyoshi_hikawa              akihito_tokunaga              porno_graffitti              chatmonchy              koshi_inaba              angela_aki              anna_tsuchiya              miyuki_nakajima              kobukuro              yōsui_inoue              jin_akanishi              muzai_moratorium              heisei_fūzoku              sugizo              kazumasa_oda              yoshiki              tatsuro_yamashita              ken_hirai              yū_aku              haruomi_hosono              ringo_shiina              masaharu_fukuyama              gackt              puffy_amiyumi              tetsuya_komuro              gyakuyunyū_kōwankyoku              greeeen              natsukawa              hitomi_takahashi              haruka_shimotsuki              kyōko_koizumi              ichiyo_izawa              yukihiro_takahashi              ami_suzuki              masayoshi_yamazaki              shikao_suga              tsunku             



Examples of "ringo_sheena"
is a band formed by Ringo Sheena in 2002, featuring Jumpei Shiina (keyboard), Ringo Sheena (chorus), Takashi Numazawa (drums), on piano and Ryosuke Nagaoka (vocals, guitar). Nagaoka was later known as Tokyo Jihen guitarist Ukigumo.
Singer Ringo Sheena provided the theme song for the series, also titled "Carnation."
Ringo Sheena covered "Ketteiteki Sanpunkan" in 2014, on her 2014 album "".
Masahiro Matsuoka's band Tokio performed the theme song, "Amagasa," which was written by Ringo Sheena.
M1 is the song which Ringo Sheena wrote imagining Kabuki-cho before she actually visited there.
Ringo Sheena performed "Tsukiyo no Shōzō" during her solo "Tōtaikai" concerts in November 2013.
In 2002, Japanese musician Ringo Sheena formed the band Yokoshima (邪) solely to play cover of "Georgy Porgy".
In 2014, writer Ringo Sheena released her own version of the song for her album of self-covers, "".
Japanese singer-songwriter Ringo Sheena has produced many songs for other artists, as well as collaborating as a musical director for projects. The following is a list of songs that feature songwriting and/or song production by Ringo Sheena. In 2014, Sheena released an album compiling self-covers of several of these songs, called "".
For Ringo Sheena, this album is the first work after the interval of 1 year 2 months from her maternity leave.
, (English title Kalk Semen Chestnut Flower) is the third studio album of Japanese singer-songwriter Ringo Sheena, released on February 23, 2003, on Toshiba EMI / Virgin Music.
was a collaboration between Ringo Sheena and Neko Saito for her soundtrack album "Heisei Fūzoku" (2007), which performed the song "Sakuran (Terra Ver.)."
, ("English title:" Japanese Manners Premium) is a video DVD album by Ringo Sheena and Neko Saitō released on April 25, 2007 by Toshiba EMI / Virgin Music.
The show was a one-night performance by Ringo Sheena. It took place at the Kaho Theater in Iizuka in Fukuoka Prefecture.
In 2014, writer Ringo Sheena released her own version of the song as the leading track for her album of self-covers, "".
was a collaboration between Ringo Sheena and Neko Saito for her soundtrack album "Heisei Fūzoku" (2007), to record the leading single "Kono Yo no Kagiri."
The song was written for Puffy by rock musician Ringo Sheena. Sheena self-covered the song in 2014 on her album "".
Note this album tracks use the track symmetry (here topic and language mirroring, centered on track 7) as commonly used by Ringo Sheena in many of her albums.
Ringo Sheena composed all 14 songs, and she collaborated with various musicians and producers such as , Takayuki Hattori, Masayuki Hiizumi, Ukigumo, Soil & "Pimp" Sessions.
"Stem," also known by its Japanese translated title is a song written by Japanese singer Ringo Sheena and released in several versions.