Akina Nakamori - Stock album flac
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Akina Nakamori (中森明菜 Nakamori Akina, born July 13, 1965) is a Japanese singer and actress. She is one of the most popular and top selling artists in Japan. Akina achieved national recognition when she won the 1981 season of the talent show Star Tanjō!. Her debut single "Slow Motion" was released to moderate success, peaking at number thirty on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.
Best is the second greatest hits album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. Warner Pioneer released it on April 1, 1986. It contains all of her singles from 1982 to 1985. It was number one on the Japan album chart for three consecutive weeks. It won the Grand Prix Album of the Year and the Best Album of the Year – Pop (Solo) at the 1st Japan Gold Disc Awards.
Akina Nakamori ( 中森明菜, Nakamori Akina, born 13 July 1965 in Kiyose, Tokyo, Japan) is a multi-award winning j-pop singer and actress who debuted on May 1 of 1982.
森明菜 (Akina Nakamori) - 中森明菜 (Akina Nakamori) track listing: FIRE STARTER, 夢のふち, まだ充分じゃない, I WANNA CHANCE, 処女伝説 . Album Cpop Artist Jpop Artist Kpop Artist Best K-POPs 2016 korean drama Chinese drama. tumblr Blog Google USUK. JPOP /. 中森明菜 (Akina Nakamori) /. Stock (1988). 森明菜 (Akina Nakamori) - Stock. Description, Informantion. singer/artist: 中森明菜 (Akina Nakamori).
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The albums discography of Japanese recording artist Akina Nakamori consists of 25 studio albums, 11 compilation albums, 11 cover albums, two live albums, one box set, and six extended plays. Nakamori's music career began when she won the 1981 season of the talent show Star Tanjō!. After signing to Warner Pioneer, she released "Slow Motion" in 1982. Since its release, all of Nakamori's studio albums had achieved number one, until Stock (1988) peaked at number two. Her third studio album Fantasy (1983) spawned her biggest hit, "Second Love". Her fourth studio album New Akina Étranger (1983) yielded three number-three hits: "1/2 no Shinwa", "Twilight (Yūgure Dayori)", and "Kinku", which won a Japan Record Awards for Golden Idol at the 1983 ceremony. Her first compilation album, Best Akina Memoir was released in 1983 and debuted at number one in Japan.
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- Record Company – Warner Music Japan – WPJL-10096
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music Japan Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Warner Music Japan Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4943674279562
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|L-12652||Akina Nakamori||Stock (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||L-12652||Japan||1988|
|32XL-193||Akina Nakamori||Stock (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||32XL-193||Japan||1988|
|LKF-8152||Akina Nakamori||Stock (Cass, Album)||Reprise Records||LKF-8152||Japan||1988|