Birthday Eve
"Birthday Eve" is a limited edition single by Koda Kumi, 50,000 copies available. "Birthday Eve" was used in a television advertisement for NTT DoCoMo Tokai (エヌ・ティ・ティ・ドコモ東海, enu ti ti dokomo t...
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Ima Sugu Hoshii
"Ima Sugu Hoshii" (今すぐ欲しい) is the 9th single of Koda Kumi's 12 single releases. It is limited to 50,000 copies. The song was originally a hit for the band Sugar Soul in 1997. The song made its de...
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Yume no Uta/Futari de...
"Yume no Uta/Futari de..." (夢のうた/ふたりで…, "Dream Song/Together") is Koda Kumi's 33rd single under the Rhythm Zone label. Both songs have their own covers for both the CD-only version and CD+DVD ...
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"But" / "Aishō" is Koda Kumi's 35th single and was released on March 14, 2007. It was her first single of 2007. The single was a time-limited purchase, only being sold from March 2007 to May 2007. "Ai...
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Stay with Me (Kumi Koda song)
"Stay with Me" is the forty-second single by Kumi Koda. It is described as a "winter love ballad," by her official site. It features an orgel of "Stay with Me," and the B-Side "Winter Bell." The first...
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Hands (Kumi Koda song)
Koda Kumi's 14th domestic single, "Hands", was the end theme of ANB's television program Uchimura produce (内村プロデュース, uchimura purodyuusu), and Through the Sky the end theme of NTV's The Sunday...
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Pop Diva
"Pop Diva," (stylized as POP DIVA) is the limited, forty-ninth single by J-pop singer Koda Kumi, released on 2 February 2011. And the Audio sneak peek was shown on 16 December 2010 and some Informatio...
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Ai no Uta (Kumi Koda song)
"Ai no Uta" (愛のうた, Song of Love) is the 37th single released by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Kumi Koda.Ai no Uta was released on September 12, 2007 in Japan. It follows 2006's Yume no Uta as an ...
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Shake It Up (Kumi Koda song)
"Shake It Up" is a single by Kumi Koda and was used as the ending theme of Nippon TV's show 'The Sunday' (THE・サンデー, sandee).
Each of the twelve singles' covers represent a traditional dres...
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Trust Your Love
"Trust Your Love" is Kumi Koda's second single.
All lyrics written by Koda Kumi. 
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No Regret (song)
"No Regret" is a J-Pop song by singer Koda Kumi. The song's lyrics are written by Tōru Watanabe and the music is written and arranged by H-Wonder. The song is also the opening theme of the 2nd season ...
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It's All Love!
"It's All Love!" is a collaboration single by Koda Kumi and her younger sister Misono. The single was originally set to be released on March 4, 2009, but was pushed back to March 31, 2009. The singl...
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Real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba
"Real Emotion/1000の言葉"[stylized as real Emotion/1000の言葉 (romanized as Real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba and translated as Real Emotion/1000 Words)] is a double A-side by Koda Kumi, consisting of the songs "...
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Promise/Star is a double a-side single by Koda Kumi.
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Alive/Physical Thing
"Alive/Physical Thing" is Koda Kumi's forty-fifth single. It was released on September 16, 2009. This is Koda's sixth double A-side single. The CD+DVD edition of "Alive/Physical Thing" include the mu...
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Chase (Kumi Koda song)
"Chase" is Kumi Koda's 12th domestic CD single. The title song is the ending theme for ANB's program Summers to Yuka no ayashii××kashi chau no kayo!!.
It features two versions of Kuu: a hotel maid...
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Music of Final Fantasy X-2
The music of the video game Final Fantasy X-2 was composed by Noriko Matsueda and Takahito Eguchi. Regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu did not contribute any of the music, despite having composed th...
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Feel (Kumi Koda song)
"Feel" is a J-pop song with lyrics written by Japanese singer-songwriter Kumi Koda and Hitoshi Shimono; Koda & Shimono wrote the lyrics together while Shimono wrote the music and arranged the song...
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Moon (EP)
Moon is the 40th single released in Japan by Koda Kumi. The single followed a similar pattern to previous releases "Freaky" and "4 Hot Wave."
The single contains "Moon Crying," the theme for...
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Hot Stuff (Kumi Koda song)
"Hot Stuff" is Kumi Koda's 15th domestic single. The song was in April 2005 the ending theme to TX's television program Ryuha-R (流派-R). The single was a limited edition release, only 30,000 copies...
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Love Across the Ocean
"Love Across the Ocean" (stylized as "love across the ocean") is Koda Kumi's fifth domestic solo single. It was used in a television advertisement for Kanebo Cosmetics' "Testimo" (カネボウ化粧品 「テスティモ」,...
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Anytime (Kumi Koda song)
"Anytime" is the 39th single released in Japan on 23 January 2008, just a week before her 6th studio album Kingdom. "Anytime" was the originally scheduled to be released on her 2007 summer single "Fre...
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Koishikute (Koda Kumi song)
"Koishikute" is the fifty-fourth single by Japanese singer Koda Kumi, released on December 26, 2012, pushed back from the original release date of December 5, 2012. The single debuted #4 on the Orico...
Color of Soul
"Color of Soul", is a song by Japanese singer Kumi Koda, released as her third single in Japan.
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Won't Be Long
"Won't Be Long" is a collaboration single by Japanese boy band Exile and Koda Kumi. It is a cover of the song originally sung by the Japanese band Da Bubblegum Brothers in the early 1990s. It is a ...
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Kamen (song)
"Kamen" (stylized as "KAMEN) is the tenth single of Koda Kumi's 12 single releases. It is limited to 50,000 copies. The song features the Japanese band Kome Kome Club's frontman Tatsuya Ishii (石井...
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