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Album: キャンパスライフ〜生まれて来てよかった〜 EP

Artist: ℃-ute

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 UP-FRONT WORKS Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For キャンパスライフ〜生まれて来てよかった〜 EP By Artist ℃-ute

Title Artist Time
1
キャンパスライフ〜生 ℃-ute 3:42 USD 1.29
2
立ち上がれ 乙女達 ℃-ute 4:21 USD 1.29
3
キャンパスライフ〜生 ℃-ute 3:40 USD 1.29

Reviews For キャンパスライフ〜生まれて来てよかった〜 EP By Artist ℃-ute

  • WOW!~

    5
    By colin72193
    i love campus life!~ get song 1 & 2! we cant forget about song 2!~
  • C-ute!!! ^_^

    5
    By Joe-anthonyyyy
    ah! im so happy itunes has this the day its released! C-ute is deffinetly my favorite J-pop group and i love this song! :)
  • This is a great song!

    5
    By Saki Bomb 1212
    I love both of these songs! I just wish itunes USA would offer their PV's too.
  • Old C-ute is back!

    5
    By Hinomaru
    I'm so glad that iTunes got this up so early! Thanks so much! I love this song, as I believe everyone has a solo line (except for Nakky, maybe, although I'm not sure) and it's just an up-beat, happy song! It's called "Campus Life ~Umarete Kite Yokatta", the B-side is "Tachi Agare Otome Tachi" and the third is "Campus Life ~Umarete Kite Yokatta~ (Instrumental)" I really liked the music video, the girls look beautiful in it and it's really a quality video. iTunes should get it, and if they do I highly suggest buying it!

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