"Bokura" ranks 13th.
"Bokura" ranks third and "everyhome" 14th.
http://mora.jp/ (in the lower left corner)
"Bokura" ranks 15th.
"Listen to her deep and clear voices and her songs that have changed and matured through the collaboration with Takeshi Kobayashi."
"Bokura" ranks ninth.
As previously announced, the latest issue of the ROCKIN'ON JAPAN magazine carries a four-page interview with four full-page photos, along with Chihiro's advice section.
The advice column called "Namida no Kyu-Yamate Dori" (The Kyu-Yamate Dori street in tears) showcases absurdly funny "advice on life that carves out brutally frank 'truths.'"
It appears the "Bokura" promotion video was aired by Space Shower TV last night.
"Bokura" was written two or three years ago with the intention of giving the impression of rose petals turning around and around. LAS VEGAS as a whole is meant to create an impression of a journey. This title has already been given during the time of Sugar High. Please don't be curious about the meaning of this title since she put it without any logical intention as always.
Opens tomorrow at http://www.universal-music.co.jp/onitsuka_sp/. Install the latest Shockwave and ConnecteD plug-ins. Place your "Bokura" CD in your PC's CD-ROM drive and click the button.
and other two or three songs will be included in the new album.
Incidentally, "A Horse and A Queen" is a long-awaited rock tune that we have only been able to hear at her concerts.
"Ro no Tsubasa," "A Horse and A Queen" and "Angelina" can already be heard. [9/18 9 p.m.]
RO69, a music portal site run by rockin'on inc. has a report on a photo session for its ROCKIN'ON JAPAN magazine (http://www.ro69.jp/mag/index.html?2007/08#a31). These photos, according to the staff, capture the essence of Chihiro Onitsuka.
New Chaku-uta ringtones are available for Japanese cell phones: "Bokura" and "NOW."
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