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Madeleine" (Laurence Bristow-Smith, Kenny Craddock) - 4:23. My Love Is in America" (Chris Leslie) - 4:43. The Happy Man" (Traditional; arrangement by Chris Leslie) - 2:48. Portmeirion" (Ric Sanders) - 5:56. The Crowd" (Anna Ryder) - 6:09.
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Shinji Harada (Harada Shinji、原田真二) is a famous pop music artist in Japan, born in Hiroshima, on December 5, 1958. After three years of practicing guitar, at the age of fifteen he was ready to play guitar with the band Yamaha. Harada became a musical sensation in Japan when he released his debut single Teens' Blues on October 25, 1977 when he was 18 years old. He released two more singles, Candy in November and Shadow Boxer in December same year. The debut album Feel Happy was to become number one in the first week of release in Japan in 1978. A documentary film about him, Our Song, was made in 1978. Harada has been prolific, releasing more than 70 singles from 1977 to 2015. Harada is just as prolific a songwriter, having written or composed for Koji Kikkawa, Junko Yagami, Anri, Hiromi Go, Akina Nakamori, AND many more artists.
An all-new, complete 35th anniversary hardcover box set of one of the most acclaimed and influential comics of all time, with the original Japanese art and right-to-left reading format for the first time! The science-fiction epic that changed anime and manga forever is presented in six beautiful hardcover volumes, plus the hardcover Akira Club art book and an exclusive patch with the iconic pill design.
Shinji Harada (Harada Shinji、原田真二) is a famous pop music artist in Japan, born in Hiroshima, on December 5, 1958. All three singles ranked within the top 20 in the Oricon chart simultaneously, which had never happened before. His song 'Time Travel' from the album 'Feel Happy' was covered by Spitz.
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