Cutie Queen, Vol. 1 ℃-ute J-Pop Music 2006 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Cutie Queen, Vol. 1

Artist: ℃-ute

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 UP-FRONT WORKS Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For Cutie Queen, Vol. 1 By Artist ℃-ute

Title Artist Time
Massara Blue Jeans ℃-ute 4:06 USD 0.99
Wakkyanai (Z) ℃-ute 3:37 USD 0.99
Soku Dakishimete ℃-ute 3:17 USD 0.99
Ookina Ai De Motenashite ℃-ute 3:13 USD 0.99
Time Capsule ℃-ute 3:52 USD 0.99
Everyday Yeah! Kataomoi ℃-ute 3:54 USD 0.99
As One ℃-ute 3:49 USD 0.99
Yes! Shiawase ℃-ute 4:35 USD 0.99
Endless Love - I Love You More ℃-ute 4:11 USD 0.99

Reviews For Cutie Queen, Vol. 1 By Artist ℃-ute

  • need music video's

    By okami007
    need to put all of j-pops song's and music video's on itunes like c-ute and morning musume and more come on guys need more j-pop ^_^
  • OMG!

    By K313k
    I requested this a month ago and my wishes came true!!!! I love you iTunes.
  • Thanks ITunes!!!

    By The Mozenator
    Seems like the JPop is arriving now by the case loads and I couldn't be happier!!! It's hard to get this in America, so having it available here is a dream! C-ute (the correct spelling btw) are the best! I hope this means more American acceptance and success, Now we need VIDEOS!! Keep it coming ITunes and thanks again!
  • I luv Cute!!!

    By Rachel050
    Omg!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you itunes! I am looking foward to many more songs from this group! I just started to listen to thier music and it's awesome! It makes me happy!!! Goooo Cute!
  • More Hello! Project to i-tunes! : )

    By BrookeFinn
    I love C-ute, and Hello! Project. I was ecstatic to see so many Berryz Koubou and Morning Musume songs being added to i-tunes along with Buono!, Koharu Kusumi, Aya Matsuura, Onganku Gata,Viyuden, and others. I have been waiting for more C-ute songs to come, and they have! C-ute is a fun, talented group like Berryz Koubou. They usually have cute, fun songs, besides Tokaikko Junjou, a genious, wonderful mature song. I already own this album, so I won't be buying any of these songs. But believe me, If I didn't already have this CD, I would all of these songs. I highly recommend this for anyone who likes H!P, C-ute, upbeat songs,a nd j-pop in general. ~5/5~ ^_^

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