Synonyms for shiori_takei or Related words with shiori_takei
Examples of "shiori_takei"
All songs has been written by
(expect track #5, originally written by Yumi Matsutoya).
"" is the second single by
and released May 19th, 2004 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #90 rank first week. It charted for 1 weeks and sold over 1,292 copies.
"" is the third single by
and released January 19, 2005 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #70 rank first week. It charted for 2 weeks and sold over 2,277 copies.
"" is the sixth single by
and released February 1st, 2006 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #56 rank first week. It charted for 3 weeks and sold over 3,737 copies.
"" is the fourth single by
and released July 6, 2005 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #99 rank first week. It charted for 2 weeks and sold over 2,208 copies.
"Like a little Love" is the eighth single by
and released November 8, 2006 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #59 rank first week. It charted for 1 weeks and sold over 1,605 copies.
"" is the debut single by
and released 18 February 2004 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #88 rank first week and sold 1,495 copies. It charted for 2 weeks and sold over 2,116 copies.
"" is the seventh single by
and released August 30, 2006 under Giza Studio label. The single reached #88 in the first week. It charted for 1 week and sold over 1,518 copies.
"" is the fifth single by
and released August 10, 2005 under Giza Studio label. Her second album, second tune added this title of song as part of name of album. The single reached #27 rank first week. It charted for 6 weeks and sold over 13,820 copies. This is the most successful song during her career.
Documentary is the first mini album released by Japanese pop singer
on 12 September 2007 under Giza Studio label. The album consists of four original songs and one cover song by Japanese singer Yumi Matsutoya. The album charted at #90 on the Oricon charts in its first week. It charted for 1 week and sold 1,702 copies.
The eight pieces of music are I Just Wanna Hold You Tight by Miho Komatsu from episodes 1-13, by Sayuri Iwata from episodes 14-26, by Sparkling Point from episodes 27-39, by
from episodes 40- 51, Miracle by Rina Aiuchi from episodes 52-62, by Garnet Crow from episodes 65-77, by Aiko Kitahara from episodes 78-90, and by Garnet Crow from episodes 91-102.
The episodes use nine pieces of theme music: four opening themes and five ending themes. The first opening theme is "Start" by Rina Aiuchi until episode 393. The second opening theme is by Zard until episode 414. The third opening theme is "Growing of My Heart" by Mai Kuraki until episode 424. The fourth opening is by B'z for the rest of the season. The first ending theme is by Garnet Crow until 397. The second ending theme is by U-ka Saegusa in dB until episode 406. The third ending theme is by
until episode 416. The fourth ending theme is "Thank You for Everything" by Sayuri Iwata until episode 424. The fifth ending theme is by Zard.
On July 13, 2009, Tori Amos covered the song live during her Sinful Attraction Tour at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, California. On October 15, 2009, Kris Allen covered the song for the first time at a concert in Seton High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. His rendition received positive reviews. An excerpt was used in 20th Century Fox's CGI-animated comedy film "Robots", but was not included on the soundtrack album. Swedish humorist heavy metal band Black Ingvars covered the song for their 2000 album "Kids Superhits". The same year, British death metal cover band Ten Masked Men included a rendition of the song on their "Return of the Ten Masked Men" album. A cover by Ahmet and Dweezil Zappa was featured in the soundtrack of the 2000 film "Ready to Rumble". In 2003, the song was covered by American pop punk band Bowling for Soup for the soundtrack of the remake film "Freaky Friday" and commented that their version was "really, really, dark and really rock, [..] not the kind of 'pop'-py stuff that we usually do." In 2005, power pop band Fountains of Wayne covered the song for their compilation album "Out-of-State Plates". Robert Christgau of "The Village Voice" highlighted their rendition saying the song is "as redolent and fetching as any of [Fountains of Wayne]'s peaks". Japanese pop singer
covered the song of her 2005 album "The Note of My Nineteen Years".
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