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The Blue Hearts  - Train-Train flac album
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The Blue Hearts - Train-Train flac album

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Train-Train
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Style:
J-pop
MP3 archive size:
1633 mb
FLAC archive size:
1718 mb
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4.4
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Train-Train
Keyboards – Yoshinobu KojimaLyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利*Violin – Masatsugu Shinozaki
4:24
A2 メリーゴーランド
Lyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*, 真島昌利*Piano – Dr. Kyon*
3:14
A3 電光石火
Handclaps [& Footstomps] – Chihiro Tanikawa, Motoya Nakamura, Satoshi Mannen, Seiji Watanabe, Tatsunori Tohyama*Lyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*
2:45
A4 ミサイル
Lyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*
3:49
A5 僕の右手
Lyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*
3:07
A6 無言電話のブルース
Lyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利*
4:01
B1 風船爆弾 (バンバンバン)
Chorus – Satoshi Mannen, Seiji WatanabeLyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*, 河口純之助*Music By – 河口純之助*
2:54
B2 ラブレター
Arranged By [Strings] – Yoshinobu KojimaCello – Masaaki ShigematsuKeyboards – Yoshinobu KojimaLyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*Viola – Yukiko Matsumoto Violin – Hiroyuki Koike, Yumiko Hirose
3:27
B3 ながれもの
Fiddle – Masatsugu ShinozakiLyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト*
1:59
B4 ブルースをけとばせ
Lyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利*Piano – Dr. Kyon*
4:42
B5 青空
Keyboards – Yoshinobu KojimaLyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利*
4:45
B6 お前を離さない
Arranged By [Horns] – Yosinobu Kojima*Horns – Sea UrchinsKeyboards – Yoshinobu KojimaLyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利*
4:14

Credits

  • Arranged By – Chihiro Tanikawa, The Blue Hearts
  • Art Direction – Itsuo Sugiura
  • Bass – 河口純之助*
  • Computer [Manipulator] – Takashi Furukawa
  • Concept By [oncept Director] – Chihiro Tanikawa
  • Crew [Equipment] – Masaki Mori , Motoya Nakamura, Seiji Watanabe
  • Drums – 梶原徹也*
  • Engineer [Assistant, Lahaina] – David Russel
  • Engineer [Assistant, Onkio Haus] – Kohji Fukuda*, Teruhiko Hirokane
  • Engineer [Assistant, Sony St.] – Akira Asaeda, Toshiyuki Sekiguchi
  • Engineer [Mixing] – Edward De Lena*
  • Engineer [Recording] – Yasuhiro Abe
  • Executive-Producer – Sekiji Murata
  • Guitar – 真島昌利*
  • Management – Tatsunori Tohyama*
  • Management [Director] – Satoshi Mannen
  • Management [Pomotion Director] – Lucy Tonegi
  • Photography By – Junichi Takahashi
  • Producer – Chihiro Tanikawa, The Blue Hearts
  • Technician [Sound] – Kenji Yamamoto
  • Vocals – 甲本ヒロト*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MEL-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(LP, Album) Meldac MEL-50 Japan 1988
MEJR-30003 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Meldac MEJR-30003 Japan 2017
MEC-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(Cass, Album) Meldac MEC-50 Japan 1988
MED-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(CD, Album) Meldac MED-50 Japan 1988
MED-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Meldac MED-50 Japan 2007

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Train-Train
Music By, Lyrics By – 真島昌利*
4:24
2 メリーゴーランド
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*, 真島昌利*
3:14
3 電光石火
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*
2:45
4 ミサイル
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*
3:49
5 僕の右手
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*
3:07
6 無言電話のブルース
Music By, Lyrics By – 真島昌利*
4:01
7 風船爆弾
Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*Music By, Lyrics By – 河口純之助*
2:54
8 ラブレター
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*
3:27
9 ながれもの
Music By, Lyrics By – 甲本ヒロト*
1:59
10 ブルースをけとばせ
Music By, Lyrics By – 真島昌利*
4:42
11 青空
Music By, Lyrics By – 真島昌利*
4:45
12 お前を離さない
Music By, Lyrics By – 真島昌利*
4:14

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Meldac Corporation

Credits

  • Bass – 河口純之助*
  • Drums – 梶原徹也*
  • Guitar – 真島昌利*
  • Vocals – 甲本ヒロト*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988030400501
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MT 10A1 ++ MED-50
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould): J
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MEL-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(LP, Album) Meldac MEL-50 Japan 1988
MEJR-30003 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Meldac MEJR-30003 Japan 2017
MEC-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(Cass, Album) Meldac MEC-50 Japan 1988
MED-50 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Meldac MED-50 Japan 2007
MEJR-2006 The Blue Hearts Train-Train ‎(LP, Album, RE) Meldac MEJR-2006 Japan 2004


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Keyboards – Yoshinobu KojimaLyrics By, Music By – 真島昌利 Violin – Masatsugu Shinozaki. Lyrics By, Music By – 甲本ヒロト, 真島昌利 Piano – Dr. Kyon. Arranged By – Chihiro Tanikawa, The Blue Hearts (3). Art Direction – Itsuo Sugiura. Computer – Takashi Furukawa. Concept By – Chihiro Tanikawa. Crew – Masaki Mori (3), Motoya Nakamura, Seiji Watanabe.

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