Antoinette Blue

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"Antoinette Blue"
Single by Nana Kitade
from the album Berry Berry Singles,
and Bondage
Released September 5, 2007
Format CD Single
Genre Rock
Length 4:17
Label SMEJ
Writer(s) Nana Kitade
Nana Kitade singles chronology
"Kibou no Kakera"
(2006)
"Antoinette Blue"
(2007)
"Suicides Love Story"
(2008)

"Antoinette Blue" is the ninth single released by Nana Kitade. It was used as the fourth ending theme for the anime D.Gray-man. The first press of this single comes with trading cards and stickers from D.Gray-man. The title is a reference to Marie Antoinette, who was famous for having a grey-blue diamond ring. The single gained moderate success and lead-up to her first best of album entitled, Berry Berry Singles. The single reached #34 on the Oricon chart and stayed on the chart for a total of five weeks. Two years Later it was featured on her 2009 3rd full length album Bondage as track #4.

Video information[edit]

The music video for "Antoinette Blue" starts out with showing a dark castle, with a bright full moon behind it and the song's title flashes on the screen. It then starts to give the viewer a closer look at the castle, and even takes them inside on the highest towers. In the tower there is a skeleton of a young girl sitting in a chair. As the moonlight shines on the corpse, it begins to move, and skin appears on it. It gets up and is revealed to be Kitade, who starts singing emotionally.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Antoinette Blue (アントワネットブルー)
  2. Wish in the Blood
  3. Kamisama Hitotsu Dake (神様ひとつだけ; Only One God)
  4. Antoinette Blue: D.Gray-man Ending Ver. (アントワネットブルー)
  5. Antoinette Blue (Instrumental) (アントワネットブルー)
Release Title Oricon singles sales chart peak positions and sales Album
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly Debut Overall
09/05/2007 "Antoinette Blue (アントワネットブルー)" -- 34 1,631 Copies 4,466 Copies 4,466 Copies 8,148 Copies Berry Berry Singles, Bondage