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Umi no Yeah!!

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Album Cover
Artist
Southern All Stars
Album
Umi no Yeah!! (海のYeah!!)
Released
1998.06.25
Catalog Number
VICL-60227~8
Price
¥3,900
"SEA SIDE" CD1 Tracklist
  1. Katte ni Sindbad (勝手にシンドバッド)
  2. Itoshi no Ellie (いとしのエリー)
  3. C-chou Kotoba ni Goyoujin (C調言葉に御用心)
  4. Shiori no Theme (栞のテーマ)
  5. Inase na Locomotion (いなせなロコモーション)
  6. Natsu wo Akiramete (夏をあきらめて)
  7. Chako no Kaigan Monogatari (チャコの海岸物語)
  8. Nijiiro THE NIGHT CLUB (匂艶)
  9. Kamakura Monogatari (鎌倉物語)
  10. Bye Bye My Love (U are the one)
  11. Umi (海)
  12. Minna no Uta (みんなのうた)
  13. Inamura Orchestra - Kibou no Wadachi (希望の轍)
  14. Wasurerareta Big Wave (忘れられた Big Wave)
"SUNNY SIDE" CD2 Tracklist
  1. Manatsu no Kajitsu (真夏の果実)
  2. YOU
  3. SHULABA★LA★BAMBA (シュラバ★ラ★バンバ SHULABA-LA-BAMBA)
  4. Namida no Kiss (涙のキッス)
  5. Sayonara Baby (さよならベイビー)
  6. EROTICA SEVEN (エロティカ・セブン)
  7. Suteki na Birdy (NO NO BIRDY) (素敵なバーディー)
  8. Sonna Hiroshi ni Damasarete (そんなヒロシに騙されて)
  9. Manpi no G★SPOT (マンピーのG★SPOT)
  10. Anata Dake wo ~Summer Heartbreak~ (あなただけを
  11. Moon Light Lover
  12. Taiyou wa Tsumi na Yatsu (太陽は罪な奴
  13. Koi no Jack Knife (恋のジャック・ナイフ)
  14. Ai no Kotodama ~Spiritual Message~ (愛の言霊)
  15. Heiwa no Ryuuka (平和の琉歌)


Information

Umi no Yeah!! is the 11th best album released by Southern All Stars. It was released exactly 20 years after their debut single, "Katte ni Sindbad", to commemorate the band's 20th anniversary. The cover is a parody of 10cc's Deceptive Bends album cover art, and the album's title is a twist of 海の家 (Umi no Ie; Beach House). First presses come housed in a digipack.

The album reached #1 on Oricon charts, charted for 382 weeks, and sold around 2,445,000 copies in 1998, becoming the #6 album of the year. As it sold 346,870 copies in 2000 it also became the #60 album of that year, and as it sold 166,263 copies in 2003, it became the #98 album of that year. Overall, the album has charted for a massive 483 weeks and has sold over 3,523,088 copies. Even in august 2018, it reached #6 on the Oricon weekly charts.[1]

External Links

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