Posts tagged ‘Kimura Kaela’

Kimura Kaela – +1

Tracklist
1. NO IMAGE
2. Jasper
3. Yellow
4. STARs
5. Famiredo
6. dejavu
7. Samantha
8. +1
9. No Reason Why
10. Kagami yo Kagami
11. Hayaru Kimochi Teki My World
12. 1115
13. Humpty Dumpty

Kimura Kaela’s fourth album was released on April 2, 2008. It peaked at #3, currently selling over 150,000 copies.
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August 24, 2008 at 10:38 pm Leave a comment

Kimura Kaela – Jasper

Tracklist
1. Jasper
2. Dive Into Shallow
3. Jasper -Instrumental-
4. Dive Into Shallow -Instrumental-

Jasper is Kimura Kaela’s 11th single and was released on February 6, 2008. It peaked at #9 on the weekly charts and sold moderately well, currently around 40,000 copies.

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April 9, 2008 at 12:07 am Leave a comment

Kimura Kaela – Yellow

Tracklist
1. Yellow
2. No Reason Why
3. Dejavu
4. Yellow -Instrumental-
5. No Reason Why – Instrumental-
6. Dejavu -Instrumental-

Yellow is Kimura Kaela’s 10th single and her first to have 2 b-sides. It was released on October 24, 2007 and debuted at#5 on the weekly Oricon charts (though it was #4 for a couple of days), selling almost 20,000 copies in the first week.

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November 4, 2007 at 6:32 pm Leave a comment

Kimura Kaela – Samantha

Tracklist
1. Samantha
2. Honey B ~ Mitsubachi Dansu
3. Samantha -Instrumental-
4. Honey B ~ Mitsubachi Dansu -Instrumental-

Samantha is Kimura Kaela’s 9th single. It was released on July 18, 2007 and peaked at #8 on the Oricon weekly charts. It has currently sold about 23,000 copies. The a-side was influenced by Samantha of the 1960’s American sit-com, Bewitched. The PV also reflected this influence.

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August 10, 2007 at 11:30 pm Leave a comment

Kimura Kaela – Scratch

Tracklist
1. L.drunk
2. Magic Music
3. Snowdome
4. wani to kotori
5. dolphin
6. sweetie
7. kirin tan
8. Scratch
9. SWINGING LONDON
10. never land
11. TREE CLIMBERS
12. JOEY BOY
13. Ground Control Album Mix

The album starts off with L.drunk, an interesting song primarily using guitar and marimba (a xylophone of some sorts). It’s fast and fun, using repetition that only adds to its catchiness. I love the jumps in pitch in the chorus. A strong way to start off the album.

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April 5, 2007 at 7:52 pm 3 comments


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