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Yumemiru Adolescence Reveals Contents for 1st Album “Dai-ichi Shi-shunki”

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Yumemiru Adolescence Reveals Contents for 1st Album “Dai-ichi Shi-shunki”

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The tracklist and cover art fot Yumemiru Adolescence’s first album, “Dai-ichi Shi-shunki” (first adolescence in English, release date: November 26, 2014), has been released!

Yumemiru Adolescence will release their 1st Album “Dai-ichi Shishunki” on Dec. 29th. The album will be released in two types, normal edition and DVD edition. DVD edition has their all MVs includes new song “Stealth Bukai 25:00.” It will be sold in their concert venue and on official website with limited copies. Normal edition’s cover art is collected in pixiv as collaborate project with TV program “Irakon.”

This album is also best album includes all Yume-ado’s best songs which always makes fans fanatic in the live. Unpublished song “Doko ni demo iru, Itatte Futsuu” is also packed. In total, 15 songs include 2 brand-new songs will be packed.

Track 15 “Himitsu” is composed by famous producer, Jin Nakamura. He also composes great hit songs for Japan’s popular artists EXILE and JUJU. Track 2 “Stealth Bukai 25:00” is composed by Agehasprings, the up-and-coming sound creator’s unit.

Don’t miss the 1st and best album from Yumemiru Adolescence!

Track list 
1.OVERTURE
2.Stealth Bukai 25:00
3.Mawaru Sekai
4.Nakimushi Sniper→
5.Junjou Marionette
6.Syoumei Teenager
7.Zettaiteki Sympathy
8.Candy-chan
9.Himawari Heart
10.17:30 no Anime
11.Heroine
12.Doko ni demo iru, Itatte Futsuu
13.Namida ga Deru Kurai Tsutaetai Omoi
14.JUMP!
15.Himitsu

“Kagayake! Yume Ado Award 2014”
Date: December 29, 2014 (Monday)
Open: 4:45pm Start: 5:30pm
Location: Tokyo International Forum (Hall C); 3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

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Yumemiru Adolescence Official Website : http://yumeado.com/

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Ayaya

Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

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