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Tsukitenshin (album)

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Hitoto Yo
Tsukitenshin (月天心)
Catalog Number
  1. Accordion (あこるでぃおん)
  2. Morai Naki (もらい泣き; Infectious Crying)
  3. sunny side up
  4. Ima Doko (イマドコ; Now, Where?)
  5. Inu (犬; Dog)
  6. Tsukitenshin (月天心; When the Moon is Directly Above the Earth)
  7. Jungle Gym (ジャングルジム)
  8. Kokorogawari (心変わり; Faithlessness)
  9. Arigatoutou (アリガ十々; Thankyou2)
  10. Bang Chhun-hong (望春風; Hope, Spring, Breeze)


Tsukitenshin is the first studio album released by Hitoto Yo. The song "sunny side up" was later used in 2004 as the opening theme song to the anime Aishiteruze Baby. The last track, "Bang Chhun-hong", is a cover of a traditional Taiwanese folk song, which was used for "Kirin" beer commercial song in Taiwan. Hitoto was most likely inspired by David Tao's cover of the song (who she cites as one of her favourite artists) to cover it herself. This album reached #4 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 87 weeks. It became the #17 album of 2003, selling 539,648 units.

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