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Your Name. (Deluxe Edition / Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Your Name. is the eighth studio album by Japanese rock band Radwimps and the soundtrack for the 2016 Japanese animated film Your Name, released on August 24, 2016, by Universal Music Japan. It debuted at #1 on Oricon's weekly album rankings on September 5, 2016, with 58,000 copies sold. It received a digital download album certification of Gold from the Recording Industry Association of Japan for sales of 100,000. The album also charted on US Billboard. It peaked at #16 on Billboard Heatseekers Albums, #15 on Billboard Soundtracks Albums, and #2 on Billboard World Albums chart. The vocal tracks were re-recorded in English and became available digitally on January 27, 2017, with a CD release date of March 10, 2017.
The Rising of the Shield Hero Original Soundtrack “Dusk”
Future Pop is the sixth studio album by Japanese girl group Perfume, released on August 15, 2018 by Universal Music Japan sublabels Universal J and Perfume Records. The album debuted at the top spot of the Oricon Weekly Albums Chart with 79,282 copies on its first week of release, making it their seventh number-one album in Japan. The album also yielded its first number-one release on the Oricon Weekly Digital Albums chart with 7,396 downloads. The album comprises a total of twelve tracks, with three of them being released as maxi singles: "Tokyo Girl", "If You Wanna", and "Mugen Mirai", plus their respective B-sides "Houseki no Ame", "Everyday", and "Fusion", and six previously-unreleased tracks, with one of them being the album's promotional single, "Let Me Know".
Poppy.Computer is the debut studio album by American singer and YouTube personality Poppy. It was released on October 6, 2017, by Mad Decent, and she then went on what eventually became a 40-city Poppy.Computer Tour to promote the album.
Ultra Blue (Remastered 2018)
Ultra Blue is the fourth Japanese studio album by Utada Hikaru, released in 2006. It debuted at #1 on the Oricon daily, weekly and monthly charts and sold 500,317 copies in its first six days of sales. Ultra Blue had sold more than one million copies worldwide and almost four million digital single tracks and ringtones as of July 13, 2006 according to EMI.
Ultra Blue was also a strong online digital seller. After two months of digital downloads, Ultra Blue remained in the top ten album downloads in Japan's largest online music store, iTunes Japan. This album also became the fourth most downloaded album on iTunes Japan of the year and won an "Album of the Year" title at the 2007 Nihon Golden Disk Awards. On July 30, 2007, EMI Group released its Annual Report for 2007, and in it reported that Utada’s album Ultra Blue had sold 1.3 million units worldwide, making it EMI Music’s 10th-best selling album of 2006. Despite its success in terms of promotions, "Ultra Blue" is Utada's least commercially successful Japanese album to date in terms of physical sales, until it was surpassed by Utada Hikaru Single Collection Vol. 2 in 2010.
Naruto (Piano Solo)
Rimjhim Gire Saawan (From "Music Teacher")
Loveholic Arijit Singh
Vaddi Sharaban (From "De De Pyaar De")
Sunidhi Chauhan & Navraj Hans
Galliyan-Dil Mein Ho Tum (From "T-Series Mixtape Season 2")
Jojo Sono Chino Sadame
Hiroaki Tommy Tominaga
Simple And Clean
Simple And Clean
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