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Album: Bye Bye Bye! - EP

Artist: ℃-ute

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 UP-FRONT WORKS Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For Bye Bye Bye! - EP By Artist ℃-ute

Title Artist Time
1
Bye Bye Bye! ℃-ute 4:06 USD 1.29
2
Go Go Go! ℃-ute 4:08 USD 1.29
3
Bye Bye Bye! (Instrumental) ℃-ute 4:04 USD 1.29

Reviews For Bye Bye Bye! - EP By Artist ℃-ute

  • WHAT THA?

    1
    By *Redygirl*
    is this chinese or japanese?……or asian????? its actually funny! but its stupid! sorry crazy people!!!
  • Interesting!

    5
    By Hinomaru
    This album is giving you a taste of a slightly more mature °C-ute, as is shown in their new album, Shocking 5. It's a great song and a sound we haven't really heard of yet from °C-ute, but isn't bad. Recommended! ^^
  • Great not to wait!

    5
    By newyearsintimesquare
    C-ute always is great! It is so good not to have to wait for their newest music!
  • Good But I am annoyed...

    3
    This is a good song and I love c-ute but why did they have 2 take the rest of their albums off of itunes??? This makes me really mad!!
  • wheres tokaikko j.?

    3
    By LovelyRibbons
    i recently bought tokaikko jyunjyo on itunes and it miraculously disappeared 0.0 it was the absolute best of C-ute's songs, and they got rid of it? that was the song that got me into j-pop in the first place! c-ute has tons of albums on itunes japan! i personally dont hink that there was enough jpop to begin with, but now getting rid of it? amazing song, even more amazing music video, more people should know about c-ute's true potential!
  • it's okay i wish it was better

    4
    By KiraRuya
    Arihara Kanna will take some indefinite leave as she has a bad case of hallux vulgas or a bunion as they are more commonly known. The rumoour that she might be returning in Hune for there new single 暑中お見舞い申し上げます on June 24 I hope C-ute don't used more mebemer then they did all ready. There own captian left that was a big blow to this group for a while. Then Kanna and her foot issue. Again not leg but foot. Yets see if she can recover form this. Erika is very Kawaii my oppinoin
  • WooT!

    5
    By Michishige-chan
    It is great that C-ute finally got their newest album on iTunes! There song Bye Bye Bye is one of their best singles out so far. Sadly it doesn't surpass Dakishimete Dakishimete by Berryz Koubou and Naichao Kamo by Morning Musume. I honestly think they could have done better, though it is still their best single by far. I can't believe Kanna Arihara isn't in their new single. Supposively, she hurt her leg and was unable to preform. I hope that Kanna isn't gone for good, she is my favorite C-ute member!
  • "YESSS!! THEIR BACK"!!

    5
    yes Kyuto is back with another great album!!! a must-bye for all Kyuto fans!!!!

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