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Album: First Message

Artist: Ayaka

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 WARNER MUSIC JAPAN INC.

Tracklist For First Message By Artist Ayaka

Title Artist Time
1
Start to 0 (Love) Ayaka 3:58 USD 1.29
2
Real Voice Ayaka 3:58 USD 1.29
3
Sha La La Ayaka 3:29 USD 1.29
4
Bluedays Ayaka 4:54 USD 1.29
5
I Believe Ayaka 4:57 USD 1.29
6
Stay With Me Ayaka 3:47 USD 1.29
7
Melody Ayaka 3:29 USD 1.29
8
Kiminopowertootonanofuri Ayaka 4:09 USD 1.29
9
Eiennomonogatari Ayaka 2:13 USD 1.29
10
Tokiwomodoshite Ayaka 4:19 USD 1.29
11
1 2 3 4 Ayaka 3:43 USD 1.29
12
Story Ayaka 3:47 USD 1.29
13
Lai La Lai Ayaka 3:16 USD 1.29
14
Mikazuki Ayaka 4:39 USD 1.29
15
Message Ayaka 1:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For First Message By Artist Ayaka

  • definition of AWESUM!!

    5
    By hybrid10101
    ♪=<3
  • Its about time!

    5
    By RedNails82
    Wow... Im blown away that iTunes is finally getting the J-Pop sound through. Its still not enough... but this Woman should be proof that its worth getting more and more cultural talent in here. Her voice is wonderful, rich and full of life. I cant wait to get the next album. Bring it on iTunes! WE WANT MORE!
  • Lovely!!!

    5
    By L'Arc~en~Ciel-rocks-my-socks!!!
    Beautiful music!!! Not many Japanese artists are lucky enough to hit it big in the United States. L'Arc~en~Ciel, BoA, Gackt, Miyavi and of course, ayaka are some of the artists that have been lucky enough to be in that group. Love it!!!
  • Please bring more Ayaka to iTunes!

    5
    By RubyVerona
    Great album! esp. like NO.14. Ayaka's new songs are already out on Japanese iTunes, and I would buy them all. So, please please bring them over. Also, Thelma Aoyama, Bennie K and Tokugawa are still missing from iTunes.
  • amazing

    5
    By alpacaficus
    ayaka's voice is phenomenal!!!!! i listen to jpop/jrock all of the time, and i would have to say that here voice is one of the clearest, most beautiful of them all! (i'm also my school's choir). however, i would like it if the american itunes store would put up more of her songs that are only on the japanese itunes store.
  • :D!!!!!!! ayaka

    5
    By hangengfighting
    Yay! I don't know alot about her, but this stuff is the bomb! I hope they will have the song Why on iTunes soon... i really like that song....it's sad because it reminds me of of some-one dieing.... and i LOVE her voice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... unless i'm really stupid and the song is right under my nose... I love how she doesn't sound like all the other J-pop singers out there. her voice isn't all really high and stuff... you know what i mean..? I can't pick any favorites off of this album, i love all of them! but i DO love Story ALOT.. i want the whole cd but i don't have enough money...:(
  • Absolutely Superb!

    5
    By Hiroshima
    I had first heard about ayaka from her amazing song Why which was one of the themes on the hit PSP game Final Fantasy: Crisis Core. Her voice is so flexible it just brings soothing tunes to my ear. Her voice is deeper than most Japanese pop singers, but that makes it all the better. Not only does she have a wonderful voice but shes just so damn cute XD. I definitely recommend this album to anyone with a taste in good music!
  • ayaka the great

    5
    By CantoPop
    I heard several songs from her and watched her concert videos. I was trying to figure out why she has that raspy voice and who she sounds like. Then it clicked: Patty Smyth. The same raspy voice. Soulful and sexy.
  • american japan

    5
    By Carrotycarrot
    wow. i only listened to the samples of the songs, and its, like, ameircanese. i think she is going to be one of my new favorite artists. its like she deided, "you no what? i think im gonna bring country music to the japanese," and she did just that.
  • Yosh!

    5
    By ~Kairi-Twilight~
    Awsome songs!! Ayaka has such a beautiful voice and her music is awsome! But the one song they need to get is "Why" from Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. *^_^*

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