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Album: Danceでバコーン! - 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 Danceでバコーン! - EP By Artist ℃-ute

Title Artist Time
1
Danceでバコーン! ℃-ute 3:56 USD 1.29
2
これ以上 嫌われたく ℃-ute 4:07 USD 1.29
3
Danceでバコーン! (Instrum ℃-ute 3:54 USD 1.29

Reviews For Danceでバコーン! - EP By Artist ℃-ute

  • lovin this single

    5
    By x-evilbunny-x
    i actually like this single dance bakoon was good but the second song is better. everyone takes turns singing,the harmonizing is perfect, and up beat. i hope they come out with alot more sounds like this one or even better ones.
  • Wow This is Great

    5
    By Alyssa D Hubbard
    the pv hasen't even been released yet! My love for Itunes has grown now if only they would get the rest of Berryz's and Buono's songs/albums. ahh that would be the best day ever! this is the second thing (that i know of)that has been released early the other being seishun collection
  • Wow!

    5
    By mamegomaluv
    This song was put on iTunes 2 weeks before it's release. Isn't that just GREAT service? (is that even legal?) Go, iTunes, go! I am so surprised! Anyway, this song rocks!

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