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Enfleurage

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Artist
Hayashibara Megumi
Album
Enfleurage
Released
1995.03.03
2005.03.16 (re-release)
Catalog Number
KICS-475
KICS-91156 (re-release)
Price
¥3,000
Tracklist
  1. It's DESTINY -Yatto Meguri Aeta- <New Version> (やっと巡り会えた; We Were Finally Able to Meet)
  2. Reincarnation <New Version>
  3. Harikitte Trying! (はりきって Trying!; Trying to Be Enthusiastic)
  4. Forever Dreamer
  5. Touch and Go!!
  6. Watashi Dake no Yume e (私だけの夢へ; Only to My Dream)
  7. Dare mo Shiranai Mirai wo Dakishimete (誰も知らない未来を抱きしめて; A Future That No One Holds)
  8. Sunday Afternoon
  9. Yoru wo Buttobase <New Version> (夜をぶっとばせ)
  10. Space Lonely Soldier <Aki version>
  11. Until Strawberry Sherbet <DUAL VOCAL Version> (Hayashibara Megumi with Greg Lee)
  12. My Dear <New Version>
  13. Kokoro no Planet <Nuku Nuku Version> (心のプラネット; Heart of the Planet)
  14. Fai Fai Tu!
  15. Machi e Deyou (街へ出よう; Let's Go Out to the Town)


Information

Enfleurage is the sixth studio album released by Hayashibara Megumi. All the songs on the album had previous tie-ins with different anime series, except for the final track "Machi e Deyo". The songs "It's DESTINY -Yatto Meguri Aeta- <New Version>" and "Reincarnation <New Version>" are a covers of Okui Masami's songs (whom recorded backing vocals for some songs on Hayashibara's previous album). The version of "Until Strawberry Sherbet" found on the album is a duet with American singer Greg Lee.

On 2005.03.16, a limited edition re-release was issued along with all of Hayashibara's other albums up through the VINTAGE albums. This version of the album featured all the tracks remastered and a 24 page album booklet, and a 16 page photo booklet, all of which located inside a special box.

The album reached #6 on the weekly Oricon chart, and stayed on the chart for a total of four weeks, selling 97,260 copies. The re-release of the album failed to chart on the Oricon.

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