What's flumpool!

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First Press Cover
Regular Edition Cover
Artist
flumpool
Album
What's flumpool!?
Released
2009.12.23
Catalog Number
AZCL-1002
Price
¥2,480
Tracklist
  1. Calling
  2. Hoshi ni Negai wo (星に願いを; Wish Upon a Star)
  3. Mitsumetetai (見つめていたい; I Want to Be Gazing at You)
  4. MW ~Dear Mr. & Ms. Picaresque~ (MW ~Dear Mr. & Ms. ピカレスク~)
  5. Boku wa Guuzen wo Matteiru Rashii (僕は偶然を待っているらしい)
  6. Kaiten Mokuba (Merry-go-round) (回転木馬 (メリーゴーランド))
  7. Shasou (車窓)
  8. Hills
  9. Natsu Dive (夏Dive; Summer Dive)
  10. LOVE 2010
  11. Quville
  12. Saigo no Page (最後のページ; Last Page)
  13. Konnen no Sakura (今年の桜)
  14. Time Capsule (タイムカプセル)
  15. Siren (サイレン)
  16. Frame (Album Version) (フレイム)


Information

What's flumpool!? is the first studio album released by flumpool. It is the world's longest studio album, being 79 minutes and 58 seconds in length. (The longest non-studio album is livetune's remix album, Re:MIKUS, running at 80 minutes and 45 seconds.)[1] "Konnen no Sakura" was used as the opening theme song for the TV program Minna no Koushien and it is the answer song of "Hana ni Nare". The album reached #2 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 18 weeks.

Oricon Chart Positions

flumpool promoting the album
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 3 2 3 4 5 4 2 90,102
4 8 7 10 9 8 7 9 44,028
7 8 8 9 10 11 12
11 23 22 25 26 26 22 24 6,595
21 44 43 37 45 27 27 35 3,885
27 - - - 45 46 41 57 3,110
39 - - 50 - 44 37 56 2,245
33 - - - 47 42 49 63 2,044
46 - - - - - - 86 1,321
- - - - - - - 120 1,171
- - - - - - - x 994
- - - - - - - x 847

Total Reported Sales: 156,342*

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