| March 2, 2011|
No Night Land
2 March 2011
| No Night Land, Pain Killer, It's Our Time, LOVE before we DIE, moumoon|
15 Doors is the second studio album by Japanese pop duo Moumoon. It was released in March 2, 2011 in 3 different editions: 2 CD+DVD (Type A comes with all music videos released until "15 Doors" and type B comes with a live concert) and a Regular edition.
All songs from the album was written by the member Yuka and produced by the member Kousuke Masaki.
The album has a total of 5 singles released. The first single of the album is the song "Evergreen", released in February 25, 2009. The physical single ranked #54 in Oricon's Weekly chart. The song was chosen as theme song for the movie Kafu wo Machiwabite and ending theme song for the TV shows Akko ni Omakase and Megadigi, both from TBS.
The second single is the song "On the Right", released in July 22, 2009. It ranked #50 in Oricon's Weekly chart and stayed on the chart for 1 week. The song was used for Dinos "Fuji TV Flower" TV advertisement.
The third single is the song "Aoi Tsuki to Ambivalence na Ai" (Japanese: 青い月とアンビバレンスな愛), released in November 25, 2009. It ranked #36 in Oricon's Weekly chart and stayed on the chart for 2 weeks. The song was chosen as ending theme song for the 3D anime "To (Too)".
The fourth single is the song "Sunshine Girl", released in May 12, 2010. The single ranked #10 in Oricon's Weekly chart, making the first top 10 single of the duo. The song was chosen as theme song for Shiseido's "Anessa" and Sony Ericsson × MTV "Transform Your Xperia" TV advertisements.
The fifth and last single are the songs "Moonlight / Sky High / YAY", released in November 10, 2010. It is the first triple A-side single of the duo. It ranked #18 in Oricon's Weekly chart. "Moonlight" was used as theme song for Aeon's "Full Moon Rose" TV advertisement. "Sky High" (Japanese: スカイハイ) was used as "H.I.S." campaign song. Although all songs are A-sides, the song "Sky High" didn't entered in the album.
All lyrics written by Yuka; all music composed by Kousuke Masaki.The full version of the track "We Go", previously released as an intro, was released on the following album No Night Land.
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