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Sunset ~Love Is All~

Hamasaki Ayumi
Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~
Hamasaki Ayumi
Nishimura Hana
Other Information
Original mix
Arrangement: Nakano Yuuta
Programming: Nakano Yuuta
Drums: Tamada Tom
Bass: Mikuzuki Chiharu
Guitar: Akizuki Ryota
Strings: Kajitani Yuko Strings
Mixed by Morimoto Koji
Orchestra version
Arranged by Murayama Tatsuya
Mixed by Kogai Shinichi
Strings: Masatsugu Shinozaki Strings
Clarinet: Naka Hidehito, Nishizaki Tomoko
Horn: Fujita Otohiko, Katsumata Yasuhi
Harp: Asakawa Tomoyuki

"Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~" is a ballad song recorded by Hamasaki Ayumi. The song is the second A-side on her 46th single "Sunrise / Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~". It was used as the CM song for the "LUMIX FX60" by Panasonic.

Live Performances

Music Video

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PV shot

The music video for "Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~" was directed by Takeishi Wataru. It was filmed at the Futtsu-Misaki Tower in the Chiba prefecture. The dancing was choreographed by one of her dancers, Maro. 300 members of her fanclub were selected to appear as part of the audience.

It shows Hamasaki singing while the sun is setting in the background. As opposite from the "Sunrise ~LOVE is ALL~" music video, this time only the female dancers are featured. The entire performance is shown as music video.


The following are the different versions of this song released throughout Hamasaki Ayumi's discography, listed chronologically.

Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~
Found on "Sunrise / Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~" single as track #2, and on Rock'n'Roll Circus album as track #4. This is the standard version of the song, often referred to as "Original mix".
Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~ (Original mix -Instrumental-)
Found on the "Sunrise / Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~" single as track #5. This is the standard version of the song without the main vocals.
Sunset ~LOVE is ALL~ (Orchestra version)
Found on the "You were... / BALLAD" single as track #4 on the 'limited version B' and 'regular' versions. This has an orchestral arrangement by Murayama Tatsuya.

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