Synonyms for unmei or Related words with unmei

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Examples of "unmei"
While "Cherry Girl" was an upbeat pop/rock mix, "Unmei" was a power ballad.
The theme song, "Unmei", was written and sang by Kumi Koda
Rina Rahman covered her song "Akai Unmei" in malay language, entitled "Ku Ingin Bahagia".
Currently, there are four renditions of "Cherry Girl" and three for "Unmei"
"Amai Unmei" features a cover of Chiga Kahoru's 1969 hit "Mayonaka no Guitar".
"Unmei" carried a theme of love, telling the story of two people separated by fate, hence the song's title (unmei means "fate" in Japanese). The imagery and feel of the music video would later be the inspiration for other famous artists, including American singer Kelly Clarkson's song "Already Gone."
Kumi Koda, the main focus of the film, released a music video centered around the film's theme on her "Cherry Girl/Unmei" single.
The song, "ambiguous" by Japanese music duo GARNiDELiA, includes the lyrics "unmei no ito" which literally translates to "thread of fate".
Elminage II DS Remix: Sousei no Megami to Unmei no Daichi was developed and released by Starfish SD in Japan in 2010 for the Nintendo DS.
In late 2012, Anza was featured on the song "Unmei no Megami" from the group "Dragon Guardian", at the album "The Best of Dragon Guardian Saga".
Kumi Koda, the main focus of the film, released a music video centered around the film's theme on her "Cherry Girl/Unmei" single.
"Amai Unmei" is Ua's highest selling single. It debuted with 43,920 units sold at #18 on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart and later peaked at #10, becoming first top 10 entry and highest charting single. Despite the success of the single, "Amai Unmei" was not included in Ua's second album "Ametora". It was included for the first time in an album on Ua's first compilation "". In 1998, an English-language version was recorded by the then-duo Double for their single "For Me".
Included is the song "Unmei no Hi~Tamashī vs Tamashī", which was used in episode 184 for Gohan's Super Saiyan 2 explosion, and the song "Aoi Kaze no Hope" which was used as the closing theme to the .
Cherry Girl / Unmei is Koda Kumi's 34th single under the Rhythm Zone label. This was her last single released before the release of her 2006 album, "Black Cherry." The single charted #2 on the Oricon charts.
Elminage II: Sousei no Megami to Unmei no Daichi (エルミナージュII 〜双生の女神と運命の大地〜) was developed by Opera House and released by Starfish SD in Japan in 2009 for the PlayStation Portable.
On television, most of Yamaguchi's appearances were in a series of dramas with Ken Utsui. Each of these dramas went on for about twenty-six episodes, or half a year. Starting with "Kao de waratte" and going on to the so-called "Akai Series", in each serial drama she and Utsui played a different father and daughter. Echoing Yamaguchi's real-life family issues, all of the "Akai" series consisted of complex, melodramatic family circumstances such as hidden adoption ("Akai Meiro", "Akai Giwaku", "Akai Kizuna"), mistaken identity ("Akai Unmei"), murder ("Akai Meiro", "Akai Unmei") or illness (leukemia via radiation poisoning in "Akai Giwaku", paralysis via an accidental shooting in "Akai Shogeki").
The music video for "Ai o Tomenaide" carried a very soft and sensual theme, with much of the imagery being inspired by her 2006 video "Unmei." Much of the camera work and angles closely resembled the prior music video. In the video, Kumi is seen both alone and embraced by a man.
A PlayStation 2 video game, was developed by Marvelous Interactive and released in Japan on June 30, 2005. This adventure game follows a storyline different from the anime and manga series. A remake, "Mai-Hime - Unmei no Keitouju Shura", was released for the PC.
Deep Love is a Japanese cell phone novel series written by Yoshi, and is officially the first in its literary genre. The series includes four novels which were later published by Stars Publishing from December 2002 and July 2003. The series launched with "Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari", followed by "Deep Love: Host", "Deep Love: Reina no Unmei", and "Deep Love: Pao no Monogatari".
"Cherry Girl" became the theme song for Koda Kumi's debut drama "Cherry Girl," which was later placed on the CD+2DVD version of her album "Black Cherry." "Unmei" was used as the theme for the movie "Oh! Oku". "Cherry Girl" was composed by Kumi along with Curtis A. Richardson, Charlene Gilliam, Andreao "Fanatic" Heard and Sherrod Barnes.