Synonyms for tsumetai or Related words with tsumetai

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Examples of "tsumetai"
From 1990, Saito began collaborating with Hiroko Taniyama, arranging three songs on her album "Tsumetai Mizu no Naka o Kimi to Aruiteiku". He continued to work on arranging songs from her original albums throughout the 1990s.
All songs written and composed by Yōsui Inoue, arranged by Katz Hoshi (except "Tsumetai Heya no Sekai Chizu" co-arranged by Kousuke Onozaki, "Adokenai Kimi no Shigusa" arranged by Inoue)
In 2009, after nine years of departed ways, Every Little Thing began working again with former band member Mitsuru Igarashi. Igarashi composed and produced several songs on the band's ninth album "Change", released in March 2010, including its three promotional singles: "Dream Goes On", "Tsumetai Ame" and the album title song.
"Cold Farewell (Tsumetai Wakare)," released as a single in 1985, was the first song she produced in countries outside Japan. The top 10-charting song features a lengthy harmonica solo performed by Stevie Wonder. He also played the synthesizer on Nakajima's subsequent single "Atai no Natsuyasumi," released the following year.
Morning Musume ’15 released their new single "Tsumetai Kaze to Katamoi / ENDLESS SKY / One and Only" on 29th December 2015. It is a triple A-side single and was Riho’s last single as a member of Morning Musume ’15. "One and Only" was the first Morning Musume song to be sung completely in English.
"Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi / Endless Sky / One and Only" was announced on November 7 during their Morning Musume '15 Concert Tour Aki ~PRISM~ shortly before, 9th Generation member, Sayashi Riho announced her graduation. Hence, this is the last single by the group to feature her.
On February 5, 2016, it was announced that a vinyl version of the single would be released in March as a limited edition webshop item, including a new recording of "Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi". On April 1st, it was opened for preorder in standard record shops for a May reprinting.
Inoue reached the pinnacle of his popularity as a musician in the mid-1970s. The breakthrough providing him with the nickname "Emperor of Japanese Folk-rock", and introduced his more early efforts to listeners (the songs including "Jinsei ga Nido Areba", "Ai wa Kimi", "Kasa ga Nai", "Tsumetai Heya no Sekai Chizu", "Yoru no Bus", "Natsu Matsuri", "Kannazuki ni Kakomarete", "Kami Hikouki", "Nokonoshima no Kataomoi" became popular particularly).
On December 7, producer Tsunku blogged about the liner notes of the single. He mentioned that "Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi" was intended to be the Sayashi Riho solo, but later changed into a group song. For "Endless Sky", it is a song for future members who will decide to graduate and not have regrets on the path they've chosen and look forward to their next challenges in life. On the last part of the blog, he posted the Japanese version of the song "One and Only".
The Brilliant Green take much of their influence from Western music, most predominantly The Beatles, with over half their songs including English lyrics. Their break came in 1998 when their third single, "There Will Be Love There," was chosen as the theme song for the popular Japanese Drama "Love Again" and, as a result, went straight to the top of the charts. After another number one hit with "Tsumetai Hana" they released their self-titled debut album which sold over one million copies in just two days. On the back of this success their first national tour, cleverly titled "There Will Be Live There," sold out across Japan in only three minutes.
The anime began airing on October 5, 2012. The anime has been licensed by Viz Media in North America and by Madman Entertainment in Australia. It is also being streamed on VizAnime video site. The opening theme song is "KINGS" by Angela and the ending theme song is "Tsumetai Heya, Hitori" (冷たい部屋、一人) by Mikako Komatsu. Insert songs include "Circle of Friends" by Yūki Kaji and "Itsuka no Zero Kara" (いつかのゼロから) by Angela. The anime has a movie sequel released in 2014. Viz has also licensed the second season.
During her AV career and after her retirement, Sakuragi also worked extensively in mainstream movies and softcore pink film and V-Cinema productions. In February 1992 she appeared in "Sakuragi Rui: Gushonure Kahanshin", directed by the noted pink film woman director Sachi Hamano. Another early movie was the March 1992 , a drama of romance and revenge set in the Parisian fashion industry where she co-starred with Kayo Matsuo. She also had a leading role in an episode of the long-running TV drama "Kaseifu ha mita" (家政婦は見た!) broadcast by TV-Asahi on December 4, 1997. Later, she was a regular on the NTV love story/suspense drama "Tsumetai tsuki" (冷たい月) which ran in 10 episodes from January to March 1998. In 2002, she had a voice role in the anime erotic-horror film "Youjuu Kyoushitsu Chapter 2" (Demon Beast Invasion Chapter 2) with another former AV Idol, Riria Yoshikawa.
Commercially, the song was a success. "Evolution" debuted at number one on the Oricon Singles Chart, which became Hamasaki's eighth number one in Japan since her 1999 single "" which became her first number one. During the same charting week, Hamasaki's single "M" was at number eight. During the singles second charting week, it fell to number three, being stalled by KinKi Kids' single "Boku no Senaka ni wa Hane ga Aru" and Kuraki Mai's single "Tsumetai Umi/Start in My Life" at number one and two respectively, and had stalled at number three for two consecutive weeks. The song stayed inside the top forty for eleven weeks, and fell to number forty-five in its twelfth week. The song had left the top fifty and the singles last charting position was at number 100 on its seventeenth week. Two other of Hamasaki's singles featured on that last week, which were "Unite!" and "Endless sorrow".
In 1995, after bassist Shunsaku Okuda and guitarist Ryo Matsui heard her sing in an amateur talent contest, Kawase was asked to join The Brilliant Green as the lead vocalist. The first two releases from The Brilliant Green were non-album singles "Bye Bye Mr. Mug", and "Goodbye and Good Luck" which received moderate success. Their break came in 1998 when their third single, "There Will Be Love There" was chosen as the theme song for the popular Japanese Drama "Love Again", and as a result went straight to the top of the charts. After another number one hit with "Tsumetai Hana" they released their self-titled debut album which sold over one million copies in just two days. On the back of this success their first national tour, titled "There Will Be Live There," sold out across Japan in only three minutes.
From September 2000 to June 2001, Kuraki released five singles: "Simply Wonderful", "Reach for the Sky" (both 2000), "Tsumetai Umi/Start in My Life", "Stand Up" and "Always" (all 2001). All of the singles had entered the Top 3. After the string of releases, Kuraki's second album, "Perfect Crime" (July 2001), which included all the singles except "Simply Wonderful". "Perfect Crime" topped the album chart and was another million-selling album for the artist. The album was certified million by the RIAJ and like her debut album it won "Rock album of the Year". A month after the release of "Perfect Crime", Kuraki released her last single of 2001, "Can't Forget Your Love/Perfect Crime: Single Edit", which debuted at number 2 on the single chart.