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Album: Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi - EP

Artist: berryzkobo

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 UP-FRONT WORKS Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi - EP By Artist berryzkobo

Title Artist Time
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Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi berryzkobo 3:55 USD 0.99
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Warera! Berryz Kamen berryzkobo 3:35 USD 0.99
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Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi (Inst berryzkobo 3:54 USD 0.99

Reviews For Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi - EP By Artist berryzkobo

  • THANKS ITUNES! MORE H!P & JPOP PLEASE!

    5
    By The Mozenator
    Berryz is awesome, I hope we get Dschinghis Khan soon! It seems like the people are responding to the addition of more and more JPop, especially the Hello! Project groups like C-ute, Berryz, Morning Musume, etc. I hope ITunes just keep adding more and more. MUSIC VIDEOS would be AWESOME!!! These groups all have amazing music videos...I would buy 'em! (hint, hint!)
  • VERY BEAUTY!!

    2
    By Blackie-Chan
    Can u put up very beauty as the song and seperately as the mv? I realy like that song!
  • YES!

    4
    By hey hey hey :)
    Good...they have it on itunes finally! There's just one thing wrong with this. The title of the CD on itunes is "Tsukiatterunoni Kataomoi" when in fact the name of the song is not only two words. The real name of the song is "Tsukiatteru no ni Kataomoi". I'm not even sure if "Tsukiatterunoni" is a word, it sounds more like a pasta to me. Anyway, good CD, bad titles...
  • Karen Berry

    5
    By I*RHCP1723
    japanese pop-techno is the greatest concept since the VeggieTales!!!!!!!
  • Berryz Koubou on i-tunes! YAY!

    5
    By BrookeFinn
    I am extremely shocked and pleased that they are putting more Hello! Project songs on i-tunes, and Berryz Koubou is my favorite group! I have some of their CDs and am so glad their new single is on i-tunes! I love this song, very upbeat and wonderful. The video is cool too, but the scenery doesn't make a lot of sense. It's a beautiful, calming moonlight background with an upbeat song. But oh well, I love Berryz Koubou, this song, and the video! The dance is pretty complicated too. I really like Miyabi Natsuyaki and Momoko Tsununaga. If you watch the video, Risako Sugaya looks much older and very pretty as well. Thanx i-tunes! MORE HELLO! PROJECT! ^_^

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