1st Goodsal

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1st Goodsal

Normal edition cover.
Studio album by Ongaku Gatas
Released February 6, 2008[1]
Recorded 2007–2008
Genre Japanese pop
Length 43:38
Language Japanese
Label Zetima
EPCE-5534 (CD+Photobook)
EPCE-5535 (regular edition)
Producer Tsunku
Ongaku Gatas chronology
1st Goodsal
(2008)

1st Goodsal is the first, and to date only, studio album by Japanese idol group Ongaku Gatas. It was released by Zetima Records on February 6, 2008.[1] The album peaked at #24 on the Oricon weekly charts, charting for two weeks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Tsunku except track 7, written by Makoto of Sharam Q, and track 8, written by Yoshiko Miura. 

No. Title Music Length
1. "Dakishimete... Namida" (抱きしめて・・・涙, "Hold Me... Tears") Hiroshi Matsui 4:29
2. "Osaki ni Sunzurei" (お先にすんずれい) Jun Yamazaki  
3. "Narihajimeta Koi no Bell"   Hiroshi Matsui 4:33
4. "Seishun no Custard" (青春のカスタード, "Custard of Youth")
(Performed by Hitomi Yoshizawa and Mai Satoda.)
Shunsuke Suzuki 4:31
5. "Kokoro no Tanima" (心の谷間, "Chasm of the Heart")
(Performed by Arisa Noto and Erina Mano.)
Shōichirō Hirata 4:20
6. "Yattarōze!" (やったろうぜ!, "Let's Do It!") Dance Man 3:56
7. "Chikyū to Tsuki; Kare to Watashi" (地球と月 彼と私, "The Earth and The Moon; Him and Me")
(Performed by Rika Ishikawa, Asami Konno, Minami Sengoku and Yuri Sawada.)
Kōichi Yuasa 4:52
8. "Kara Genki" (カラゲンキ)
(Performed by Hitomi Yoshizawa, Rika Ishikawa, Asami Konno, and Mai Satoda.)
Yuichi Takahashi 5:00
9. "Koi Uranai Dōri ni wa Naranai wa" (恋占い通りにはならないわ, "Love Won't Go As Foretold")
(Performed by Miki Korenaga, Arisa Noto, Erina Mano, Minami Sengoku, Yuri Sawada and Mika Mutō.)
Yuichi Takahashi 4:36
10. "Kiss Shiyō" (キスしよう, "Kiss Me")
(Performed by Rika Ishikawa and Asami Konno.)
Nao Tanaka 4:19
Total length:
43:48

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Up-Front Works Official Website: 1st Goodsal entry" (in Japanese). Up-Front Works. Archived from the original on 31 December 2007. Retrieved 2008-01-11. 
  2. ^ "Oricon Style - Music - Ongaku Gattas: 1st Goodsal" (in Japanese). Oricon Style. Retrieved 2010-09-05. 

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