2 Cute Shinseinaru Best Album

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2 Cute Shinseinaru Best Album
Regular Edition cover
Compilation album by Cute
Released November 21, 2012 (2012-11-21) (Japan)
Genre J-pop, pop
Length 65:46
Label Zetima
Producer Tsunku
Cute chronology
Dai Nana Shō "Utsukushikutte Gomen ne"
(2012)
2 Cute Shinseinaru Best Album
(2012)
8 Queen of J-pop
(2013)

2 Cute Shinseinaru Best Album (2℃-ute神聖なるベストアルバム Ni Kyūto Shinseinaru Besuto Arubamu?, "Two. Cute's Divine Best Album") is the second compilation album by the Japanese girl group Cute, set for release on November 21, 2012.[1]

Background[edit]

The album is primarily a compilation of Cute's hit songs. The older songs were remixed with new vocal tracks, some were-arranged. The album also contains one new song,[1] titled "Daisuki no Imi o Oshiete".[2]

Release information[edit]

The album was released in three versions: Regular Edition and Limited Editions A and B. The regular edition is CD-only, both limited editions include a DVD.[1] All editions will include a randomly seeded trading card (of 5 types total).[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Tsunku (except "Edo no Temari Uta II", written by Osamu Yoshioka and composed by Ryudo Uzaki). 

CD
No. Title Artist(s) / Notes Length
1. "Massara Blue Jeans (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (まっさらブルージーンズ(2012神聖なるVer.))    
2. "Soku Dakishimete (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (即 抱きしめて(2012神聖なるVer.))    
3. "Ōki na Ai de Motenashite (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (大きな愛でもてなして(2012神聖なるVer.)) Saki Nakajima, Mai Hagiwara  
4. "Wakkyanai (Z) (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (わっきゃない(Z)(2012神聖なるVer.))    
5. "Sakura Chirari (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (桜チラリ(2012神聖なるVer.))    
6. "Jump (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (JUMP(2012神聖なるVer.), originally from the single "Sakura Chirari")    
7. "Tokaikko Junjō (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (都会っ子純情(2012神聖なるVer.))    
8. "Lalala Shiawase no Uta (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (LALALA 幸せの歌(2012神聖なるVer.)) Maimi Yajima, Chisato Okai  
9. "Namida no Iro (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (涙の色(2012神聖なるVer.))    
10. "Edo no Temari Uta II (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (江戸の手毬唄II(2012神聖なるVer.)) Airi Suzuki  
11. "Seishun Song (2012 Shinseinaru Ver.)" (青春ソング(2012神聖なるVer.), originally from the album "4 Akogare My Star")    
12. "Dance de Bakōn!" (Danceでバコーン!) 13th single  
13. "Kiss Me Aishiteru" (Kiss me 愛してる) 15th single  
14. "Sekaiichi Happy na Onna no Ko" (世界一HAPPYな女の子) 17th single  
15. "Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku" (君は自転車 私は電車で帰宅) 18th single  
16. ""Daisuki" no Imi o Oshiete" (「大好き」の意味を教えて!) new song  

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
Debut
sales
(Oricon)
Oricon Daily Albums Chart 5
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 12 16,708
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart[4] 35 19,834
Billboard Japan Hot Top Albums[5] 13

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Tower Records Online (2012-09-29). "℃-ute、新曲入りセルフ・カヴァー集〈神聖なるベストアルバム〉11月発売" (in Japanese). Excite News. Retrieved 2012-10-19. 
  2. ^ "℃-ute 公式ブログ-2012-10-18 23:42:45 - GREE" (in Japanese). Cute's official blog. 2012-10-18. Retrieved 2012-10-19. 
  3. ^ "②℃-ute神聖なるベストアルバム (official profile)" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. Retrieved 2012-10-19. 
  4. ^ "CDアルバム 月間ランキング-ORICON STYLE ランキング / 2012年11月のCDアルバム月間ランキング(2012年11月度)" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2013-05-24. 
  5. ^ "Billboard Japan Hot Top Albums│Charts│Billboard JAPAN" (in Japanese). Billboard JAPAN. 2012-11-30. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 

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