Category: Alternative


  1. Dusida
    Takahashi's debut album sympathy reached #10 on the charts on March , and she performed live in April of the same year to promote the album. Bamboo Collage era Takahashi Hitomi promoting " Atashi no Machi, Ashita no Machi " ().
  2. Gokree
    This article contains the discography of Japanese punk/rock singer Hitomi Takahashi. Discography Albums. Information Sales 1st / Debut Album sympathy. Format: CD, CD+DVD; Released: March 1, ; Oricon Top Weekly Peak: #10; 39, copies sold 2nd: Bamboo Collage. Format: CD, CD+DVD; Released: October 24, ; Oricon Top Weekly Peak.
  3. Nikolmaran
    View the profiles of people named Hitomi Takahashi. Join Facebook to connect with Hitomi Takahashi and others you may know. Facebook gives people the.
  4. Megor
    Explore releases from Hitomi "Penny" Tohyama at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Hitomi "Penny" Tohyama at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. Kashura
    Hitomi Takahashi (高橋 瞳, Takahashi Hitomi, born April 8, ) is a Japanese pop rock singer from Shiogama, kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo is best known through her songs Bokutachi no Yukue and Aozora no Namida, which were theme songs to animation programs Gundam Seed Destiny and Blood+, kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo the former, she became the third artist in to top the Oricon charts with a debut single.
  6. Vojin
    Feb 24,  · Albums 1st Album: [Sympathy] SRCL Track Listing: 01 Get the Future 02 Aozora no Namida 03 Kodoku na Gunshuu 04 Kotonoha 05 evergreen 06 Beatin'.
  7. Grogar
    Hitomi Takahashi was born on August 23, in Tokyo, Japan. She is an actress, known for Êsu o nerae! (), Anego - Gokudô wo aishita onna: Kiriko () and Kids ().
  8. Kajikasa
    sympathy, an album by Hitomi Takahashi on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  9. Moogugal
    A wide-eyed pop/rocker with a punkish slant, Hitomi Takahashi made a splash on the Japanese scene with her debut in , but failed to replicate her success, although her moderate popularity rarely wavered due to her contribution to anime soundtracks, as well as collaborations with the synth-punk stars Beat Crusaders. Hitomi (her name means "eye"; she was so named, unsurprisingly, because of.

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