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Namie Amuro (1977)

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安室 奈美恵 is a Japanese R&B and pop singer, entertainer, and former actress who at the height of her popularity was referred to as the "Teen Queen" and the title "Queen of Japanese Pop Music". Born in Naha, Okinawa, Amuro debuted at the age of 14 as an idol in the girl group Super Monkey's. Though mostly unsuccessful, the group gained popularity during their final year together with the single "Try Me " . Amuro left Toshiba-EMI after releasing two more solo singles; she continued her music career as a solo singer with the then-small independent label Avex Trax. Under the guidance of producer Tetsuya Komuro, Amuro quickly became a commercial success, producing several million-selling records and starting several fashion trends. Her single "Can You Celebrate?" became Japan's best selling single by a solo female artist. However, in late 1997, Amuro put her career on hold to focus on her pregnancy and marriage.

She returned to music in 1998 with the number-one single, "I Have Never Seen", but faced slowly declining sales. After unofficially severing ties with Tetsuya Komuro in 2001, Amuro joined Suite Chic, which would transform her from a pop idol to a R&B artist. Since reinventing herself, Amuro has achieved newfound interest. Her seventh studio album, Play debuted at the top of the charts and was followed by "60s 70s 80s" .

Over a decade since her musical debut, Amuro has remained one of the longest surviving popular female acts in Japan. She also continues to successfully combat social stigma as a divorced, working, single mother. On July 30, 2008, Amuro released her first greatest hits album, Best Fiction, since transitioning to R&B music. It spent six consecutive weeks at the number-one position on Japan's Oricon weekly charts, and was elected as "the best album of the year" at the 50th Japan Record Awards. From 2008 to 2009, she toured Japan to promote the album. It was estimated that she played to an audience as large as 400,000 people, potentially the largest audience of her career. According to an update list made by Music Station in 2010, she has sold over 30 million copies in Japan alone, making her one of the best selling Japanese artists of all time.


 Early life and career
Namie Amuro was born in Naha, Okinawa, raised solely by her mother, Emiko Taira, as she had divorced when Amuro was 4 years old. Taira worked as a nursery school employee and bar hostess to support her four children.
Through her mother's side, Amuro is one quarter Italian.
While she did not have ambitions to become a performer early in life—dreaming instead of becoming a flight attendant—she was discovered at age 12, while visiting a friend, by Masayuki Makino, the owner of Okinawa Actors School, a performing arts school. Amuro eventually joined the school; after only two years of study, Makino placed her in an idol group called Super Monkey's with five other girls. A year after its September 1992 debut on Toshiba-EMI, the group relocated to Tokyo despite Emiko Taira's disapproval.

The Super Monkey's were largely unsuccessful and constantly changed members. They changed their group name to "Namie Amuro with Super Monkeys" in 1994 to reflect Amuro's individual rising popularity. Aside from group activities, she had bit parts in television dramas and small films. "Try Me: Watashi o Shinjite", produced by Italian eurobeat producer Dave Rodgers and Max Matsuura, was released on January 25, 1995, peaking at the number-eight position and charting for 25 weeks on the Oricon chart. The other four members of the Super Monkey's formed their own group, MAX, under the Avex Trax label. Amuro released two more solo singles under Toshiba-EMI before moving to Avex Trax herself.

 1995-1997: Commercial success, marriage, and pregnancy
Amuro's debut single under Avex, "Body Feels Exit", was released in October 1995 after she switched record labels. The single was the first produced from her working relationship with producer Tetsuya Komuro. A second Komuro-produced single, "Chase the Chance" was released two months later. It became her first number-one, million-selling single. She won the Golden Arrow Award 1995.

In the first half of 1996, Amuro accumulated million-selling singles - "Don't Wanna Cry" and "You're My Sunshine". Her studio album Sweet 19 Blues, released on July 22, 1996, was a commercial success, selling over three million units. Amuro's popularity increased as well: she became a fashion icon, starting a trend called Amuraa characterized by tanned skin, dyed hair, miniskirts and boots. On November 27, 1996, she released the single "A Walk in the Park", which also sold over a million copies. At the end of 1996, Amuro won the Grand Prix Award, the highest honor at the Japan Record Awards, for her song "Don't Wanna Cry", making her the youngest artist to have won the award. She made Okinawa more popular in Japan and many people from Okinawa such as Speed followed her. The members of Speed said that the Okinawa Actors School was changed by her influence.

Amuro's first single of 1997, "Can You Celebrate?", eventually sold 2.29 million copies, making it the best-selling single by a solo female artist in Japan. That year, after the release of another single, "How to Be a Girl", and a second album, Concentration 20, Amuro toured Japan's four domes in the summer. On August 3 of that year, the sales of Amuro's records reached 20 million.

On the 22nd October 1997, Amuro announced at a press conference that she had married Masaharu Maruyama (better known as "Sam" of the band TRF) while three months pregnant; she has since been credited for popularizing shotgun weddings in Japan. At the end of the year, she won the Grand Prix Award at the Japan Record Awards again for "Can You Celebrate?" and made her final appearance on Kouhaku Uta Gassen before beginning her one-year hiatus from the music industry.

 1998–2001: Personal joy and professional struggles
In May 1998, Amuro gave birth to her son, Haruto. She returned to the music industry with the release of "I Have Never Seen" . She made her first televised appearance on Kouhaku Uta Gassen days later, performing a tearful rendition of her hit "Can You Celebrate?". On the Oricon Weekly Chart, the new single debuted at the top position. However, at that time new singer-songwriter Hikaru Utada was revolutionizing the Japanese music industry, and Amuro began to re-focus her career. Amuro's following single, "Respect the Power of Love", was released on March 17, 1999; on the same day, news broke out that her mother had been murdered in Okinawa. Upon hearing the news, Amuro canceled her promotional schedule and flew back to Okinawa in order to identify her mother's body. A week later, the single debuted at the number-two position, being beaten out by "Dango 3 Kyodai". A third comeback single, "Toi et Moi", was used for the Japanese animation movie Pokémon: The Movie 2000.

The following single "Something 'bout the Kiss" featured production by American Hip-hop/R&B producer Dallas Austin. Austin, along with longtime producer Tetsuya Komuro, produced her first album since her hiatus, Genius 2000, released in January 2000. The album still debuted at the number-one position on the Oricon weekly chart. She spent the first half of 2000 touring in support of the Genius 2000 album. After the tour, she released a single, "Never End", in July. The single was used as part of the G8 summit taking place in Okinawa, Japan that year. It was commissioned by late Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, who asked Tetsuya Komuro to write a song conveying "a vision of harmony and interaction in the world in the 21st century". Obuchi later asked Amuro to perform the single at the summit.

After separating from Masaharu in January 2000, Amuro filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences alongside difficulty with Masaharu's relatives, and the two were officially divorced by July 2002.

Amuro's next studio album Break the Rules, released on December 20, 2000, was not able to top the Oricon weekly charts, peaking at the number-two position. Starting in March, 2001, Amuro toured Japan in support of Break the Rules; the tour ended in May. In August, Amuro released the single "Say the Word". For the first time, she wrote the lyrics herself. The single also unofficially marked an end to the working relationship between her and longtime producer Tetsuya Komuro. However, in December she worked with Komuro for the last time on a "Lovin' It", a single released as part of Avex's Song+Nation charity project. The single featured hip-hop artist Verbal of the group M-Flo.

 2002–2006: Decline in sales and popularity
On March 13, 2002, she released her new greatest hits album Love Enhanced Single Collection, but the songs were re-arranged from those original versions. In July 2002, Amuro was divorced from Maruyama. On September 11, 2002, "Wishing on the Same Star", written by Diane Warren, was released, peaking at the number-two position on the oricon weekly chart. The song was originally sung by Keedy in 1991.

From December 2002, fully immersed into the Japanese R&B scene releasing music in the musical project Suite Chic, she collaborated with several of Japan's popular hip hop and R&B artists such as Verbal, Zeebra, Dabo and DJ Muro. They released two singles, an original album and one remix album before ending the project in 2003. She later said that after the project she had begun to do what she had wanted to do.

Amuro returned to solo activities on her own with the single "Shine More", released on March 6, 2003. The subsequent single "Put 'Em Up", released on July 16, 2003, was produced by Dallas Austin. On October 16, 2003, the double a-side single "So Crazy / Come" was released. "So Crazy" was written by American R&B producers Full Force. "Come", used for the Japanese anime InuYasha, was a re-arranged song from Sophie Monk. At the end of the year, she released her first original studio album in three years, Style. From November 29, 2003 to April 11, 2004, she performed on the Namie Amuro So Crazy Tour Featuring Best Singles 2003-2004. In May, she also toured Taipei, Taiwan and Seoul, South Korea. Shortly after the tour, she released the ballad "All for You"; this was followed by the double A-side single "Girl Talk / The Speed Star", released on October 14, 2004. The single debuted at the top position on the Oricon daily chart and reached the number-two position for the week, making it her first Top 3 single in two years. Amuro chose not to appear on Kōhaku Uta Gassen though she had been invited to perform at the event. She had previously attended the coveted event nine years in a row. Amuro explained that while she wished to regain popularity, she did not want to "force" herself on the public anymore.

Following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake disaster in Southeast Asia, Amuro participated as the only Japanese representative at MTV Asia Aid in February 2005. She donated ¥10 million (approximately USD$90,000) to UNICEF for children who were affected by the disaster.

On April 6, 2005, she released the single "Want Me, Want Me". The song was a well-received hit at home debuting at the number-two position. In May 2005, following a three year split from her former husband Sam, it was reported that she would take back full custody of their child, Haruto. In August, it was reported that she officially did that. On May 29, she performed at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan for the fourth consecutive year in a row. She received two awards, "Best R&B Video" and "Most Impressive Performing Asian Artist", making the first artist to receive awards four years in a row at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan. She took home the "Inspiration Award Japan" in 2002, "Best Collaboration" in 2003, "Best R&B Video" for 2004, and 2005 as well as "Most Impressive Performing Asian Artist" in 2005.

On July 13, 2005, she released her sixth original studio album, Queen of Hip-Pop. In collaboration with MGM Studios, Amuro used the Pink Panther character in the album; a female panther counterpart was created for the album as well. When the album was completed, Amuro said that she had not been able to sing the songs very well yet.

In September 2005, Amuro held her seventh national tour, Space of Hip-Pop. Shortly after the start of her tour, she announced that she would contribute to the Japanese theaterical release of Sin City. After viewing the movie, Amuro made an offer to the Japanese distribution company to sing its theme song; the company, feeling that her image fit the movie, accepted her offer. Director Robert Rodriguez was impressed by the song and asked to be a part of it; he can be heard saying "Welcome to Sin City" towards the end of the song. The theme song, "Violet Sauce", was later released as part of a double A-side single, "White Light / Violet Sauce", on November 16, 2005. Shortly after the single, she released Filmography 2001-2005 a compilation of twelve of her music videos from 2001 to 2005.

Amuro collaborated with Zeebra, AI, and Mummy-D on Zeebra's album The New Beginning, released on February 15, 2006, in a song called "Do What U Gotta Do". On May 17, she released the double A-side single "Can't Sleep, Can't Eat, I'm Sick/Ningyo", which debuted at the number-two position on the oricon weekly chart. In August 2006, she began her tour Namie Amuro Best Tour "Live Style 2006". On September 17, she performed to an audience of 12,000 at Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan. She stated that she would do the performance greater than ever before in 2007.

 2007–2009: Revived popularity
Amuro's next single, "Baby Don't Cry", released on January 24, 2007, was used as the theme song of a Japanese Drama Himitsu no Hanazono. On the oricon weekly chart, "Baby Don't Cry" debuted at the number-three position and she achieved a Top 10 single each year for 13 consecutive years, breaking the solo female artist's record in Japan by Kyōko Koizumi and Shizuka Kudō. It sold over a million ringtone digital downloads and was ranked at number seven on the RIAJ 2007 yearly ringtone sales charts. Amuro's 32nd single, "Funky Town", was released on April 4, 2007. She was also featured on M-Flo's album, Cosmicolor, in a song titled "Luvotomy".

Her seventh studio album, Play, was released on June 27, 2007. The album includes 12 songs, four of which are single tracks. The album was said to reflect Amuro's new style, and featured a rock number, and a chic slow song. One of her new songs, "Top Secret" was used as the theme song of the drama series Prison Break Season 2 in Japan. Play took the number-one spot on the Oricon Weekly Chart Rankings, becoming her first number-one album in more than 7 years, with her last number-one occurring in 2000 with her album, Genius 2000. It is also her fourth studio album to reach the number-one position. Play spent two consecutive weeks at the number-one position. From August 18, 2007, to February 27, 2008, she performed her concert tour in Japan Namie Amuro Play Tour 2007-2008 which consisted initially of 53 performances but was increased by 12 performances to 65 performances, making this her biggest tour in terms of number of performances by far.

Amuro's first single of 2008, released on March 12, was an image song for the new Vidal Sassoon marketing campaign Fashion x Music x VS. The title of her new single was confirmed to be "60s 70s 80s", and contained three songs - "New Look", "Rock Steady", and "What A Feeling". These songs have a modern twist from the '60s, '70s, and '80s. The single debuted at the number-two position on the oricon weekly charts with over 114,000 copies sold. In the second week the single gained the number-one spot for that week, making it her first number-one single after 9 years and 3 months since "I Have Never Seen". According to Oricon, "60s 70s 80s" sold nearly 300,000 copies.

On March 25, 2008, Amuro has won the prize for "Best Female Video" for "Hide and Seek" at Space Shower TV music video awards 08. "Hide & Seek" also won the prize for "Best R&B Video" at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2008 which was conducted at the Saitama Super Arena on May 31. In May 2008, Amuro also recorded a collaboration with Double in a song called "Black Diamond". On the ringtone download sales chart, it earned double-platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of Japan. On July 26, about 25,000 people attended the a-nation '08 and saw her performance. This was the first time she was invited to perform on it in seven years. On July 31, she took part in Double's concert.

Amuro released her third greatest hits album Best Fiction on July 30, 2008. It featured all her singles from 2002's "Wishing on the Same Star" to the recently released "60s 70s 80s". It also featured two new songs, "Sexy Girl" and "Do Me More". "Sexy Girl" was the theme song for NHK drama Otome no Punch that aired on June 19, and the other called "Do Me More" was the campaign song for Vidal Sassoon. Best Fiction sold 681,000 copies on the first week and debuted at the number-one position on the oricon weekly charts. Within its third week, Best Fiction outsold a million copies, and Amuro became the only artist who produced million-selling albums in the oricon chart for three decades of her teens, 20s, and 30s. Best Fiction eventually spent six consecutive weeks at the number-one position, becoming the first album to do so in more than 14 years since the Dreams Come True's 1993 album Magic. Best Fiction became the second best-selling album behind Exile's Exile Love on the Oricon 2008 yearly album charts. In addition, it became the second best selling digital-format album by Japanese artists behind Hikaru Utada's Heart Station on the iTunes yearly album charts in Japan. Best Fiction won the award for "the best album of the year" at the 50th Japan Record Awards.

On October 25, 2008, Amuro also started a tour called Namie Amuro Best Fiction tour 2008-2009 at the Makuhari Messe. NHK invited her to the 59th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen, but Amuro declined.

On January 20, 2009, Sanspo officially announced a new Vidal Sassoon CM featuring Amuro, featuring a song from her entitled, "Dr." Her 34th solo single, "Wild/Dr.," was announced on January 21, which was a double A-side single released March 18, 2009. Wild was used in a commercial starring Amuro for Coke Zero entitled "Wild Health". On release, it became her 11th #1 single and second consecutive after 60s 70s 80s. She also broke her own record of having all of her singles debut in the Top 10 for the last 15 years. Amuro collaborated with ravex on a song for their album trax. The song is called U feat. 安室奈美恵 and was released as a radio single. As of June 2009, rumor has begun about the releasing of a summer single with ties to McDonald's. A commercial has been shot for the Quarter Pounder with the tag line being "Big Mouth". On October 1, 2009, hairstyling company Vidal Sassoon released new commercials featuring Amuro and two tracks from her expected album, "My Love" and "Copy That."

Namie released her ninth studio album, Past < Future, on December 16, 2009. Released in CD and CD+DVD format, it contained her latest single "Wild/Dr.", and was supported by airplay and video clips of several of the new songs on the album. The album became her sixth number-one original studio album and in terms of sales, surpassed her last studio album, Play. In April, Amuro launched a large-scale, 9-month-long nationwide tour in support of her album, touring 26 cities.

 2010–present: Checkmate! and Live Style 2011
On May 18, 2010, Amuro attended the World Music Awards on Monaco , receiving an award for "Best Artist From Asia", making her the First Asian Female Artist and second Japanese artist after Chage and Aska to do so , and performed her hit single "Hide and Seek" .
Afterwards , it was announced that a new single was going to be released soon , and on July 28th her 35th single "Break It/Get Myself Back" was released . "Break it" was used in a Coca-Cola Zero commercial and the song reached number "3" on Oricon's weekly chart. The single has been certified Gold for shipment of 100,000 copies, as well as "Get Myself Back" being certified as a gold download to cellphones according to RIAJ.

The live DVD "namie amuro PAST<FUTURE tour 2010″ was released on Decemember 15th and sold 95,000 copies within the first week, ranking first in the Music DVD category of the 12/27 weekly DVD Oricon rankings. It became her second consecutive number one DVD, after "Namie Amuro BEST FICTION TOUR 2008-2009″. The Blu-Ray version sold 18,000 more copies.

2010 ended on yet another success with "PAST<FUTURE" charting at 6th in the Oricon yearly album rankings, her highest position with a studio album since 1996's Sweet 19 Blues .

Namie Amuro is set to release her second collaboration album on April 27, 2011. Titled Checkmate!, the album features nine collaboration songs released from 2003 to 2011, including Do What U Gotta Do, Luvotomy, BLACK DIAMOND, ROCK U and her 2010 collaboration single with AI, FAKE, along with four new songs: "Wonder Woman" featuring AI and Anna Tsuchiya, "Make It Happen" with AFTERSCHOOL, "Unusual" with ex-NEWS member Yamashita Tomohisa and "#1" featuring CHEMISTRY's Kawabata Kaname. The album release was delayed due to the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

Meanwhile, Namie recorded the new theme song of "One Piece". Titled "Fight Together", a 2:30 minutes edit of the song started airing on April 10 as the opening theme of the long running Japanese Anime. "Fight Together" was released as a download to cellphones and got the number 1 position in a whole week.

The 1st six months of 2011 was indeed, another achievement for Namie, according to Oricon, her album Checkmate! is currently the 3rd best selling album in Oricon's 2011 Half Year Ranking Charts for Album, while her DVD Past<Future Tour 2010 is also currently the 3rd Best selling DVD in Oricon's 2011 Half Year Ranking in Music DVD. she's also the Japan's Best Selling Solo Artist for 2011 according to Oricon's 2011 Half Year Sales of Artist with an estimate sales of 2.7 Billion Yen. according to "", her Album Checkmate! top their Half Year Ranking in Music. And at the end of July, she is going to start her arena tour entitled "LIVE STYLE 2011" to commemorate her 20th anniversary in the Japanese Music Industry.

On early July , her official website announced her 36th single entitled "NAKED/Fight Together/Tempest". "NAKED" was used in her CM Campaign for KOSE ESPRIQUE, while "Tempest" is going to be used in a NHK drama series with the same title. The single landed on the Top 2 of Oricon Weekly Charts, extending her record as the only female Japanese artist to have a top 10 single each year for 17 consecutive years. Since the release of the single , it has sold more than 100,000 copies.

During her "LIVE STYLE 2011" tour, two new songs were added to the set list. The songs are "Higher" and "arigatou <thank the world for LOVE... gift song for 2011>."
"Higher" was going to be used as song for her new CM for Coke Zero , but never aired on TV and "arigatou < thank the world for LOVE... gift song for 2011>" was used as song for her new KOSE ESPRIQUE CM Campaign in an acapella version.

Once again, Namie will release her 2nd single and last for 2011 after "NAKED/Fight Together/Tempest" released on July 27th. Her 37th single entitled "Sit!Stay!Wait!Down!/Love Story" goes on sale on December 7, 2011. And it seems that Namie also included two new songs to the single entitled "Higher" and "arigatou <thank the world for LOVE... gift song for 2011>" which both were sang at her Concert, recently.

Her official website announced her new live DVD/Blu-ray entitled "namie amuro LIVE STYLE 2011" and its release date is on December 21, 2011. On November 30 the covers for her DVD/Blu-ray were revealed. Also they announced on November 16th, the official Namie Amuro Youtube Channel and since then, the site has gained a lot of attention from her fans all over the world.

Namie Amuro’s New Single ‘Sit!Stay!Wait!Down/Love Story’, which both are the theme song for the Japanese Drama Series: " Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu", became the first Double A-Side single to occupy the 1st and 2nd position in the Weekly Ranking of Recochoku since the day of release. Making Namie Amuro the first artist to do so. Besides that, "Love story" got the 1st position and Sit!Stay!Wait!Down got the 5th position for its Montly chart.

On November 27, Namie filmed her TV ver. of Love Story for the Japanese Drama Series "Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu" and her cameo is set to air on December 12.

On December 7, along with the release of her single, Namie launched her Official Facebook Page, the page also includes a free download of the song 'arigatou <thank the world for LOVE... gift song for 2011>' which is one of the b-sides from her 'Sit!Stay!Wait!Down!/Love Story' single.

On December 12th , MTV Japan and Space Shower TV aired the Live performances of "make it happen" and "UNUSUAL" which will be included in her "namie amuro LIVE STYLE 2011" DVD.

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Name Duration Released
arigatou <thank the world for song for 2011> 04:13 07/12/2011
Higher 04:29 07/12/2011
Love Story 04:44 07/12/2011
Sit!Stay!Wait!Down! 03:16 07/12/2011
NAKED 04:23 27/07/2011
Tempest 04:38 27/07/2011
Fight Together 04:19 27/07/2011
Do What U Gotta Do 05:12 27/04/2011
ROCK U feat. Namie Amuro 04:12 27/04/2011
AFTER PARTY 04:54 27/04/2011
Make it Happen 03:17 27/04/2011
Luvotomy 05:12 27/04/2011
UNUSUAL 04:29 27/04/2011
BLACK DIAMOND 04:04 27/04/2011
Wonder Woman 03:11 27/04/2011
BLACK OUT 03:45 27/04/2011
FAKE 04:18 27/04/2011
Do or Die 04:06 27/04/2011
Wet'N Wild 04:58 27/04/2011
Break It 03:24 28/07/2010
Get Myself Back 04:37 28/07/2010
Shut Up 04:08 16/12/2009
First Timer 05:24 16/12/2009
Steal My Night 03:32 16/12/2009
Bad Habit 03:10 16/12/2009
Love Game 03:39 16/12/2009
Copy That 04:25 16/12/2009
Defend Love 04:03 16/12/2009
Fast Car 03:20 16/12/2009
The Meaning of Us 04:28 16/12/2009
My Love 04:04 16/12/2009
Dr. 05:41 18/03/2009
Wild 03:20 18/03/2009
What a Feeling 03:49 12/12/2008
Rock Steady 03:29 12/12/2008
New Look 03:58 12/12/2008
Funky Town 03:48 27/06/2007
It's all about you 04:12 27/06/2007
Pink Key 04:40 27/06/2007
Can't Sleep, Can't Eat, I'm Sick 03:46 27/06/2007
Baby Don't Cry 05:21 27/06/2007
Full Moon 03:57 27/06/2007
Violet Sauce 04:01 27/06/2007
Hide and Seek 04:36 27/06/2007
Top Secret 04:30 27/06/2007
Should I Love Him? 04:25 27/06/2007
Hello 03:42 27/06/2007
Step With It 03:47 27/06/2007
Darling 05:03 04/04/2007
Nobody 04:46 24/01/2007
Ningyo 03:35 17/05/2006
Queen of Hip-Pop 03:14 13/07/2005
I Love You 04:16 13/07/2005
Ups & Downs 03:46 13/07/2005
My Darling 04:14 13/07/2005
Free 04:18 13/07/2005
Girl Talk 04:22 13/07/2005
I Wanna Show You My Love 03:39 13/07/2005
No 07:07 13/07/2005
WoWa 04:08 13/07/2005
Alarm 04:10 13/07/2005
Want Me, Want Me 03:10 13/07/2005
All for You 05:47 13/07/2005
Handle Me 03:30 06/04/2005
Butterfly 04:00 22/07/2004
Strobe 04:41 17/03/2004
Uh Uh,,,,,, 00:00 2004
Exist for You 04:19 16/07/2003
Drive 04:24 05/03/2003
Did U 03:57 11/09/2002
Lovin' It (Namie Amuro & Verbal) 05:01 13/03/2002
I Will with piano 06:07 14/02/2002
I Will in L.A. 06:43 14/02/2002
I Will 06:43 14/02/2002
Let's Not Fight 04:14 08/08/2001
Say the Word 03:58 08/08/2001
I TO YOU 04:43 24/01/2001
Love 2000 05:12 26/01/2000
Kiss-And-Ride 03:48 26/01/2000
Make the Connection Complete 01:06 26/01/2000
You Are the One 05:48 26/01/2000
Mi Corazon (Te' Amour) 04:48 26/01/2000
Still in Love 04:17 26/01/2000
Log Off 01:51 26/01/2000
I Have Never Seen 04:36 26/01/2000
Give It a Try 04:24 26/01/2000
Something 'bout the Kiss 04:25 26/01/2000
Asking Why 05:07 26/01/2000
Leavin' for Las Vegas 04:39 26/01/2000
Next to You 04:15 26/01/2000
Respect the Power of Love 05:26 26/01/2000
Things I Collected 06:18 26/01/2000
IMAJIN 05:33 01/09/1999
toi et moi -TV Mix- 04:15 07/07/1999
toi et moi -A&S NY Bounce Remix- 05:17 07/07/1999
toi et moi -Straight Run- 04:17 07/07/1999
Respect the Power of Love - NYC Uptown remix 04:01 17/03/1999
Respect the Power of Love - Straight Run 04:21 17/03/1999
Dreaming I was Dreaming 05:11 27/11/1997
A Walk in the Park 05:50 24/07/1997
No Communication 04:14 24/07/1997
Me Love Peace!! 04:29 24/07/1997
How to Be a Girl 04:24 24/07/1997
Close Your Eyes, Close to You 05:50 24/07/1997
I Know... 03:09 24/07/1997
B w/z You 05:03 24/07/1997
Can You Celebrate? 06:15 24/07/1997
Concentration 20 04:07 24/07/1997
Whisper 05:08 24/07/1997
Storm 03:07 24/07/1997
To-day 04:41 24/07/1997
How to be a Girl -ADULT EDUCATION MIX- 00:00 21/05/1997
How to be a Girl -STRAIGHT RUN- 00:00 21/05/1997
How to be a Girl -INSTRUMENTAL- 00:00 21/05/1997
Joy 04:01 21/08/1996
Interlude: Joy 01:19 22/07/1996
'77 01:45 22/07/1996
Watch Your Step!! 00:04 22/07/1996
Body Feels Exit 08:51 22/07/1996
Chase the Chance 03:42 22/07/1996
You're My Sunshine 05:42 22/07/1996
Rainy Dance 00:00 22/07/1996
Interlude: Don't Wanna Cry Symphonic Style 01:23 22/07/1996
Don't Wanna Cry 05:40 22/07/1996
Present 04:35 22/07/1996
Interlude: Ocean way 01:05 22/07/1996
I Was a Fool 04:36 22/07/1996
Private 05:36 22/07/1996
Interlude: Scratch Voices 00:04 22/07/1996
...Soon Nineteen 01:52 22/07/1996
Let's Do the Motion 04:07 22/07/1996
I'll Jump 05:19 22/07/1996
Sweet 19 Blues 05:38 22/07/1996
Motion 00:50 22/07/1996
You're my sunshine -STRAIGHT RUN- 05:39 05/06/1996
You're my sunshine -TV MIX- 05:36 05/06/1996
You're my sunshine -EDDIE DELENA DANCE MIX- 06:27 05/06/1996
Better Days 04:22
Think of Me 04:46
No More Tears 05:45
Never End 06:26
Rule 8AM 00:30
Girlfriend 04:13
Cross Over 05:02
Never Shoulda 04:21
Please Smile Again 04:43
Looking for You 04:37
No More Tears Remix 08:59
Break the Rules 04:01
HimAWArI 04:45
Lovebite 03:09
Don't Lie to Me 03:42
Wishing on the Same Star 04:58
So Crazy 04:34
Come 04:34
Put 'Em Up 04:03
Shine More 03:39
Indy Lady 05:19
As Good As 03:28
Namie's Style 04:03
Gimme More 03:24
Fish 04:27
Four Seasons 03:47
a walk in the park -BACK TRACK WITH TK- 05:36
a walk in the park -FABULOUS FREAK BROTHERS MIX- 07:01
a walk in the park -STRAIGHT RUN- 05:39
White Light 05:19
Get My Shinin' 04:02
Stop the Music 03:51
Taiyō no Season 03:46
Try Me: Watashi o Shinjite 04:04
Heart ni Hi o Tsukete 03:29
Go! Go! ~Yume no Hayasade~ 04:50
Super Luck! 03:56
Dancing Junk 04:47
Paradise Train 04:31
Aishite Masukatto 04:04
Wagamama o Yurushite 05:00
the SPEED STAR 04:19


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