|Hakkyo piano||Touhou neko kenban|| |
|Kanashisoude ureshisouna monogatari||Paradise Lost|| |
|Kasho no yume||En|| |
|Akai hitomi||Omatome|| |
|Itsuka mireruyo||Eight|| |
|Kansokusya no inai yamanekoken||FREAKS|| |
|Kakoinakiyo ha ichigo no tsukikage||Neko no anmin disc (Nemurenai hito no tame no junikyoku no touhou piano solo)|| |
|Namida tojikometa sora(zessyou ver)||FREAKS|| |
|Niji no horogurafu||Acoustic gakkyokushu|| |
|jaa matane||Touhou neko kenban two|| |
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