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Roppongi Shinjuu

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Limited Cover
Regular Cover
Artist
Ann Lewis
Single
Roppongi Shinjuu (六本木心中; Roppongi Lovers' Suicide)
Released
1984.10.05 (First press)
1984.11.09
Tracklist
  • Side A
  1. Roppongi Shinjuu (六本木心中; Roppongi Lovers' Suicide)
  • Side B
  1. IN PLEASURE


Information

"Roppongi Shinjuu" is a the 25th single recorded by Ann Lewis, and her third composed by the Japanese rock duo NOBODY. The initial printing was first released in October with a limited cover, and a regular edition was released in November. It was used as the commercial theme for Warrika Highball CAN. "Roppongi Shinjuu" was a critical hit for Lewis, and came at a big time in her career and in her personal relationship with Kikkawa Koji.[1] In 1986, a remix version of the song was released as a vinyl single. The original single was reissued on a CD in 1993, featuring instrumental version of both tracks.

The single reached #12 on the weekly Oricon chart, and became the #41 best selling single of 1985. The remix single ranked in at #24 on the weekly chart. The song also reached #16 on the TBS television series The Best Ten.

Song Information

Lyrics
Yukawa Reiko
Music
NOBODY
Other Information
Arrangement: Itou Ginji

Reissues

Remix Cover
Artist
Ann Lewis
Single
Roppongi Shinjuu
Released
1986.01.21
Catalog Number
SJX-7007
Price
1,296円
Tracklist
  • Side A
  1. Roppongi Shinjuu <WILD VERSION>
  • Side B
  1. MIX'N ROLL <ANNIE'S EDIT MASTER MIX II>

Single Cover
Artist
Ann Lewis
Single
Roppongi Shinjuu
Released
1993.09.22
Catalog Number
VIDL-10387
Price
1,049円
Tracklist
  1. Roppongi Shinjuu
  2. IN PLEASURE
  3. Roppongi Shinjuu (Instrumental)
  4. IN PLEASURE (Instrumental)

Cover Versions

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