Ken Hirai - Life Is... album FLAC
Ken Hirai finally makes an album comeback and it's.
Ken Hirai (平井 堅 Hirai Ken, born January 17, 1972) is a Japanese R&B and pop singer. Since his debut, Hirai has worked as a model, actor, composer, lyricist, singer, and spokesperson. During his career, Hirai has released 45 singles and nine studio albums as of January 2019.
Hirai Ken - THE STILL LIFE (2016).
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The discography of Japanese R&B and pop singer Ken Hirai consists of nine studio albums, two compilation albums, one remix album, three cover albums, thirteen video albums and numerous singles and promotional singles. Hirai debuted as a musician under Sony Music Records in 1995 with the single "Precious Junk", but found success five years later with the single "Lakuen" and his third album, The Changing Same.
Artist: Ken Hirai (平井堅) Title (Album/Single): THE STILL LIFE Release Date: 2016. 01 Plus On. 4a ~ . 6 MB 02 魔法って言っていいかな. m4a ~ . 9 MB 03 告. 4 MB 04 かわいいの妖怪. 8 MB 05 桔梗が丘. Related Posts: Ken Hirai – Ken Hirai Singles Best Collection Utabaka 2. Dai Hirai – WAVE on WAVES. Dai Hirai – The Gift. Ken Hirai – half of me. Ken Hirai – Shiranaindesho? Twitter.
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Born 17 January 1972 in Higashiosaka (Osaka prefecture, Japan), Hirai began his musical career in 1993 and has established himself through the years as a successful musician.
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Kiss of Life" is the thirteenth single to be released by Japanese singer Ken Hirai. It was released on May 16, 2001. The single's title song was the theme song to the drama Love Revolution. The song sold a total of 650,000 copies and reached number 2 on the Oricon weekly chart, remaining in the chart for a total of 29 weeks. It remained Hirai's most successful single until August 2002, when he released his first single, "Ōkina Furudokei" (大きな古時計), a cover of My Grandfather's Clock.
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Lyrics By – Taku TadaMusic By – Ken Hirai, Masahito Nakano
Lyrics By – Sean GarrenMusic By – Sean Garren, T. Kura
Music By – Shinichiro Murayama
Music By – Ken Hirai
Lyrics By – Angie IronsMusic By – Angie Irons, T. Kura
Lyrics By – Shoko FujibayashiMusic By – URU
|B1||I'm So Drunk
Music By – Akira
|B2||Missin' You ~It Will Break My Heart~
Music By – Babyface
Lyrics By – Taku TadaMusic By – Makoto Kuriya
Lyrics By – Masaru SuzukiMusic By – Ken Hirai, Masaru Suzuki
Music By – Ken Hirai
Lyrics By [Translation] – Kohgo Hotomi*Lyrics By, Music By – Henry Clay Work
- Artwork By [Art Direction & Design] – Koichi Tominuki
- Artwork By [Hair Make] – Kenji Ishida
- Artwork By [Illustration & Design] – Kiyoshi Kuroda
- Artwork By [Styling] – Hirotaka Kajiwara
- Executive Producer – Hiroyasu Chinone, Takashi Yoshida
- Lyrics By – Ken Hirai (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, B4, B5)
- Mastered By – Yasuji "YASMAN" Maeda*
- Other [English Lyrics Advisor] – Hiro-e
- Photography – Satoshi Minakawa
NotesManufactured And Printed In Indonesia.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 099751 079941
|DFCL 1092||Ken Hirai||Life Is... (CD, Album)||DefSTAR Records||DFCL 1092||Japan||2003|
|DDCF 80036||平井堅*||Life Is... (CD, Album, Promo)||DefSTAR Records||DDCF 80036||Japan||2003|
|SMD 8513||Ken Hirai||Life Is... (CD, Album)||DefSTAR Records||SMD 8513||Taiwan||2003|