Kumi Koda singles

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  1. Kumi Koda
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    Kumi Koda

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    Kumi Koda (倖田 來未 Kōda Kumi, born November 13, 1982), is a Japanese singer from Kyoto, known for her urban and R&B songs. Having debuted in 2000 with the single "Take Back", Koda gained fame for her seventh single, "Real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba", the songs of which were used as themes for the video game Final Fantasy X-2. Her popularity grew with the release of her fourth studio album Secret (2005), her sixteenth single "Butterfly" (2005), and her first greatest hits album Best: First Things (2005), reaching the number-three, number-two and number-one spot respectively.


  2. Can We Go Back
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    Can We Go Back (2009)

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    Can We Go Back is a song written by Adam Watts, Andy Dodd and Shanna Crooks and recorded by Kelly Clarkson during the sessions for her 2009 album, All I Ever Wanted. It appeared as a iTunes Store pre-order song for the deluxe version of the album, as well as a bonus track on the Japanese deluxe version of the album. It was then later recorded in Japanese by singer Kumi Koda in 2009 with differing lyrics.


  3. Anytime
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    Anytime (2008)

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    "Anytime" (stylized as anytime) is the 39th single released by Japanese artist Koda Kumi. It was released on January 23, 2008, a week prior to the release of her sixth studio album Kingdom. It charted at #4 on Oricon and stayed on the charts for five weeks. It was released in both CD and CD+DVD and was of a limited release.


  4. Japonesque
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    Japonesque (2012)

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    Japonesque is the tenth studio album by Kumi Koda. The album was released on January 25, 2012.


  5. No Regret
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    No Regret (2006)

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    "No Regret" is a J-Pop song by singer Koda Kumi and the eighth in her 12 Singles Collection. The song was used as the opening theme to the second season of the Japanese anime series Law of Ueki.


  6. Butterfly
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    Butterfly (2005)

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    "Butterfly" is Kumi Koda's 16th domestic single. "Butterfly" was the theme of TBS's drama Kosume no mahō 2 (コスメの魔法2), and "Your Sunshine" was used in a televised advertisement for Nivea Body Yakyo Whitening UV (ニベアボディ 薬用ホワイトニングUV nibea bodi yakyō waitoningu UV).


  7. Stay With Me
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    Stay With Me (2008)

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    "Stay with Me" (stylized as stay with me) is the forty-second single by Kumi Koda. It is described as a "winter love ballad" by her official site. Limited editions of the single featured an orgel version of stay with me, a poster and a draw card, much how her previous single, TABOO, did. The fan club editions also included a poster, but also gave the buyers the option of a mirror or mousepad with the fan club CD picture on it.


  8. Trick
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    Trick (2009)

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    Trick is the seventh studio album released by J-Urban singer Koda Kumi. It was released on January 28, 2009, available in CD and CD+2DVD format. The CD contains ten previously unreleased songs as well as the CD singles Moon Crying, That Ain't Cool, Taboo, and Stay with Me. The first DVD contains the music videos for "Moon Crying", "That Ain't Cool", "Taboo", "Stay with Me", "Show Girl", and "Just the Way You Are". The second DVD contains concert footage from "Dirty Ballroom: One Night Only," recorded on October 23, 2008.


  9. Taboo
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    Taboo (2009)

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    "Taboo" (stylized as "TABOO") is a song by Japanese recording artist Kumi Koda, taken from her seventh studio album Trick (2009). It was written by Koda, and co-written and produced by Hiro. "Taboo" is a dance-pop song which the lyrics discussing several taboo subjects including sex and homosexuality. It contains numerous elements including electropop and hip-hop, and employs use of vocoder. It was released as the second single from the album on 8 October 2008 by Rhythm Zone. The CD single feature Koda in a black dress with Koda and the song title placed on the side of the image; the DVD single features Koda in a mini jumpsuit.


  10. Crazy 4 U
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    Crazy 4 U (2004)

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    "Crazy 4 U" is Koda Kumi's 10th domestic solo single. The title song was the opening theme of the Japanese anime series Gilgamesh.


  11. Hot Stuff
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    Hot Stuff (2005)

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    "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 were pressed.


  12. Freaky
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    Freaky (2007)

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    Koda Kumi's 36th single, "Freaky", was released on June 27, 2007. On July 4, the single was announced as taking the #1 spot on the Oricon Weekly single charts, making it her 4th #1 single. The first pressing of both versions include a fold out poster.


  13. Come With Me
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    Come With Me (2004)

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    "Come with Me" (stylized as "COME WITH ME") was Kumi Koda's eighth domestic solo single. The title song was used in a television commercial for Choya Umeshu's "Ume jelly". The English versions of "Real Emotion" and "1000 no Kotoba" found on this single are not the ones that were included in the English release of the Final Fantasy X-2 video game; the versions found in the game were sung by Jade Villalon from the group Sweetbox.


  14. You
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    You (2005)

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    "You" (stylized as you) is Koda Kumi's 19th single. It went to #1 in the official Japanese top 200 singles chart making it her very 1st single to hit #1 on the Oricon single chart. It is the first of the twelve singles to be released in succession of twelve weeks. The single also includes the song Sweet Kiss. It has sold over a million copies in Japan in digital sales.


  15. Take Back
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    Take Back (2000)

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    "Take Back" (stylized as "TAKE BACK") is a song recorded by Japanese recording artist Kumi Koda for her debut studio album, Affection (2002). It was written by Koda and produced by Max Matsuura. Prior to her rise to fame, Koda was inspired by her mother's musical interests, and participated in an open audition where she placed second. As a result, Matsuura signed Koda in late 1999. The song was released as Koda's debut single on December 6, 2000 by record label Rhythm Zone. Musically, "Take Back" is a pop and R&B song.


  16. Gentle Words
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    Gentle Words (2003)

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    "Gentle Words" is Koda Kumi's ninth domestic solo single. The single charted at #15 on Oricon and stayed on the charts for ten weeks. The b-side 最後の雨 is a cover of Yasushi Nakanishi's song of the same name.


  17. Dejavu
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    Dejavu (2011)

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    Dejavu is the ninth studio album by Kumi Koda. The album was released in two editions, CD only and CD + 2DVD First Press Limited Edition. After CD + 2DVD is sold out, only CD + DVD will be available.


  18. Ai No Uta
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    Ai No Uta (2007)

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    "Ai no Uta" (愛のうた, Song of Love) is the 37th single released by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Kumi Koda.


  19. Color Of Soul
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    Color Of Soul (2001)

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    "Color of Soul" (stylized as COLOR OF SOUL) is a song by Japanese singer Kumi Koda, released as her third single in Japan.


  20. Koi No Tsubomi
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    Koi No Tsubomi (2006)

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    "Koi no Tsubomi" is Koda Kumi's 31st solo under the Rhythm Zone label. It was the first single to bring in the new era after BEST ~second session~. The single was released in CD and CD+DVD and charted at #2 on Oricon, selling over 140,000 copies in its first week and staying on the charts for twenty-one weeks. The song also managed over 1 million downloads. It became the highest selling song debut for a female artist, until Ayumi Hamasaki surpassed it with her single BLUE BIRD, which also came out that year.


  21. Trust Your Love
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    Trust Your Love (2002)

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    "Trust Your Love" is Kumi Koda's second single.


  22. The Meaning Of Peace
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    The Meaning Of Peace (2001)

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    "The Meaning of Peace" is a single by Japanese pop singer Koda Kumi in collaboration with Korean pop singer BoA and fellow artists on the Avex Trax record label produced by Tetsuya Komuro. It was made to honor the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and earnings from the singles on the Song Nation album were donated to September 11 relief.


  23. Kingdom
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    Kingdom (2008)

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    Kingdom is the sixth studio album by Kumi Koda; it was released on January 30, 2008. The album debuted at number one on the Oricon Weekly Chart with sales of 421,302.


  24. Chase
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    Chase (2004)

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    "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!!.


  25. Shake It Up
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    Shake It Up (2005)

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    "Shake It Up" is a single by Kumi Koda and was used as the ending theme of Nippon TV's informational program THE・サンデー through the month of December 2005. The show was broadcast live every Sunday from October 1, 1989 until September 28, 2008 [in March of 2011, it was renewed as TheサンデーNEXT ].


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