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Life (Angela Aki album)

Life
Studio album by Angela Aki
Released September 08, 2010
Genre J-Pop
Length 50:00
Label Sony Music Japan
(Regular: ESCL-3520)[1]
(Limited: ESCL-3518/9)[1]
Angela Aki chronology

Answer
(2009)
Life
(2010)
White
(2011)
Singles from Life
  1. "Ai no Kisetsu"
    Released: September 16, 2009
  2. "Kagayaku Hito"
    Released: April 14, 2010

Life is the fourth full studio album by Angela Aki released on September 8, 2010.[2]

Singles

  • Ai no Kisetsu (愛の季節; Seasons of Love) is the first single from the album. Released on September 16, 2009, it was used as a theme song for NHK drama "Tsubasa".[3]
  • Kagayaku Hito (輝く人; Shining One) is the second single, released on April 10, 2010. For the first time Aki plays the guitar in a song. he title track was used as a theme song for NHK drama "Kokoro no Idenshi".[4]

Other Songs

  • Life was used as the CM for Nissay campaign "Mihai Support".[5]
  • Every Woman's song was released to promote the album. It reached the second position on the USEN J-Pop Chart; it's the first song with English lyrics to made it in the top three.[6]

Track listing

CD
No. Title Length
1. "Ai no Kisetsu"   5:04
2. "Kagayaku Hito (輝く人; Shining One)"   5:21
3. "Every Woman’s Song"   4:45
4. "Sign (サイン?)"   3:44
5. "Remember Me"   4:38
6. "Unbreakable"   4:04
7. "What Are The Roses For?"   3:37
8. "Ai to Bansoukou (愛と絆創膏; Love and Plaster)"   4:50
9. "Mad Scientist"   4:15
10. "The Truth Is Like A Lie"   4:53
11. "Bop Bop Bop (Colors Of Your Soul)"   3:33
12. "Haha naru Daichi (母なる大地; Mother Earth)"   6:41
13. "Life"   4:38

Charts

Chart Peak
Position
Japan (Oricon Daily Charts)[1] 5
Japan (Oricon Weekly Charts)[8] 5
Japan (Oricon Monthly Charts)[9] 12
World Albums Top 40[10] 30

Release History

Country Date Format Label
Japan[11] September 8, 2010 CD, CD+DVD, Digital Download Sony Music Japan
South Korea[12] September 10, 2010 CD, CD+DVD Sony Music Korea
Hong Kong[7] September 14, 2010 CD Sony Music Hong Kong

References

External links

  • Official Site
  • Sony Music Profile: Limited
  • Oricon Profile: Limited

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