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Album: 夢見る15歳 - EP

Artist: S/mileage

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

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

Tracklist For 夢見る15歳 - EP By Artist S/mileage

Title Artist Time
1
夢見る15歳 S/mileage 3:43 USD 1.29
2
サンキュ!クレームブ S/mileage 3:50 USD 1.29
3
夢見る15歳 S/mileage 3:41 USD 1.29

Reviews For 夢見る15歳 - EP By Artist S/mileage

  • Great Single!

    5
    By Rini ♥
    S/mileage has only been making their debut! Their songs are really fun and I am very glad iTunes USA was able to get this one! The major song in this single is fun and peppy. The PV is excellent as well! I am very glad I can now have it on my iPod!
  • Awsome

    5
    By Sapphiregirl101
    their making quicker process then any other hello project group yey. usually it takes 3-4 months before a new single!! but their on a roll which is a good sign
  • Pretty Good! ~:D~

    5
    By colin72193
    i like this album itunes. i like how you are getting more japanese music now!!!
  • The best yet!

    5
    By Minimoni♥
    This is the B-E-S-T! It's great! One happy song, one angry song! This is great! S/mileage is the latest up and coming j-pop group around! It's my favorite group iTunes carries! I highly,highly, highly, highly recommend it. All I can hope is that iTunes continues to carry more S/mileage and possibly the new group Lilipri.
  • "arigato arigato"

    5
    S/mileage is on iTunes is can't believe this!!! this is a good single!!

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