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Sakura Saku Machi Monogatari

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Recorded  2006
Producer  Eiji Saibara
Artist  Ikimono-gakari
Label  Epic/Sony Records
Length  63:58
Sakura Saku Machi Monogatari (2007)  Life Album (2008)
Release date  7 March 2007
Genre  Pop music
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Released  March 7, 2007 (2007-03-07)
Similar  Ikimono-gakari albums, Pop music albums

Sakura Saku Machi Monogatari (桜咲く街物語), also known as The Story of Town Where Cherry Blossoms Bloom, is the debut album of Japanese pop music trio Ikimono-gakari. It was released in Japan on March 7, 2007 under the label Epic. The album peaked at number four on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for nearly two years.

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Tie-ups and theme songs

Many of the songs in this album were used as theme songs or in commercials. "Hanabi" was used the seventh ending theme song for the anime series Bleach. "Ryūsei Miracle" was used as a theme song for the anime Ghost Slayers Ayashi. "Seishun no Tobira" was used as the theme song to Japanese release of the movie Monster House.

The title song "Sakura" was used in a commercial advertisement promoting NTT Denpo115. "Uruwashiki Hito" was used in a commercial to promote Coca-Cola.

Songs

SAKURA5:54
KIRA★KIRA★TRAIN5:28
HANABI4:26

References

Sakura Saku Machi Monogatari Wikipedia


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